Formerly known as Forest in the Sky Villas, the award-winning property in northern Vietnam has reopened as Wyndham Grand Flamingo Dai Lai Resort.
Wyndham Grand Flamingo Dai Lai Resort is sprawled over 123 hectares in a lush natural environment just north of Dai Lai Lake.
Suitable for MICE and corporate events, the resort offers 10 event venues that can accommodate gatherings of 20 to 2,000 guests. For instance, The Symphony Hall is its largest indoor venue with a stage that can hold up to 600 guests comfortably for a gala dinner. Meanwhile, outdoor venues include the lakeside grassland next to the beach club that can hold up to 1,900 guests.
Delegates can stay in the hotel’s collection of 179 premium Forest in the Sky villas with one to three bedrooms, all furnished generously with state-of-the-art amenities. There are 10 restaurants, bars and wine cellars to choose from.
Various exhilarating watersports, from kayaking to canoeing, are offered at the resort after a long day of meetings. If a relaxing bleisure trip is preferred, guests can retreat into the SEVA Spa & Beauty Destination, where physical rejuvenation can be sought at unique facilities including the Gemstone sauna, the Oxy Hinoki room, Snow room and Infrared Cave.
For business guests with their families in tow, the resort charms with its Virtual Reality Game Park, where go-kart and racing car simulators, shooting halls, eagle flight machines can be found. Active children can also be kept busy at the outdoor wonder park or the kids’ club; as well as with a plethora of outdoor activities like cycling, football and basketball.
There is even an art museum onsite, home to a collection of nearly 120 sculptures, paintings and artworks by emerging domestic and foreign artists.
The Phu Yen commune in the Vinh Phuc province, where the resort is situated is approximately an hour’s drive from Hanoi and 30 minutes from Noi Bai International Airport.
Since its opening in 2018, the resort has clinched several accolades including the title of Landmark with the Most Hanging Gardens in Vietnam thanks to its iconic vertical garden architecture, covered by more than 7,000 trees and plants.