Mercure Ba Na Hills French Village wins The Guide Awards 2016

Mercure Ba Na Hills French Village has recently received the prestigious The Guide Awards 2016 from The Guide (Vietnam Economic Times) for best complex for families and resort with unique French architecture.

To win the awards, Mercure Ba Na Hills French Village had most votes of reporters of Vietnam Economic Times and The Guide magazine and received good response from international tourists who stayed and worked in Vietnam in surveys carried out in one year by The Guide.

Operated in 2015, the hotel Mercure Ba Na Hills French Village consists of 494 rooms designed with luxurious European style. The hotel managed by AccorHotels- the world's leading hotel operator- offers services conforming to international standards.

Moreover, Mercure Ba Na Hills French Village focused on activities to protect environment and recycling soaps to raise fund for supporting poor children and its cafe “Le Planet 21” decorated with recycled items aiming to send message of environment protection.

Launched in 1999, The Guide Awards are presented annually to enterprises, companies, organisations, individuals and localities throughout Vietnam that contribute to the development of Vietnamese services and tourism. The Guide Award is presented by The Guide magazine, a leading Vietnamese travel and hospitality magazine. Winners of the annual Guide Award are first nominated by readers of The Guide magazine and subsequently selected by the executive board of the magazine in consultation with representatives from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as well as experts from the travel, hospitality, food and beverage and retail sectors.

By Thuy Dung - Translated by Uyen Phuong

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