Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is the world’s largest hotel franchisor with over 9,000 hotels worldwide.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has celebrated the launch of the Wyndham Grand brand in North Vietnam with the reopening and rebranding of Flamingo’s resort development formerly known as Forest in the Sky Villas.
The newly rebranded Wyndham Grand Flamingo Dai Lai Resort is owned by Flamingo Holding Group and operates under a franchise agreement with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, the world’s largest hotel franchisor with over 9,000 hotels worldwide.
The resort joins the Wyndham Grand portfolio of upper-upscale hotels and resorts which are known for its approachable luxury, distinctive experiences and exceptional service in sought-after destinations all over the world – including Shanghai, Yangon, Istanbul and Orlando.
Located on a sprawling 123-hectare plot of land, the Wyndham Grand Flamingo Dai Lai Resort is nestled in a lush natural environment just north of the romantic Dai Lai Lake. Since its opening in 2018, the resort has clinched several accolades including the title of “Landmark with the Most Hanging Gardens in Vietnam”.
The resort offers a collection of 179 premium Forest in the Sky villas with one to three bedrooms, boasting plush furnishing, state-of-the-art facilities, contemporary design and spacious terraces, 10 restaurants, bars and wine cellars, and event facilities that can accomodate to up to 2,000 people.
"Flamingo is proud to have over a decade of hospitality experience in Vietnam – our partnership with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts to launch the Wyndham Grand brand is an affirmation of the high quality of our resort development, and is part of our larger business direction to leverage the strength of Wyndham’s global expertise and distribution to attract international guests when travel returns.”, said Hanh Nguyen, General Director of Flamingo Holding Group.
Joon Aun Ooi, President, Asia Pacific, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts said, "We are confident that the Wyndham Grand Flamingo Dai Lai Resort will become a leading resort destination, attracting both international and domestic guests in the years to come.”