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Below are a selection of hotels and resorts that we recommend in Vietnam, grouped by region. Our dedicated team have hand picked the best hotels for your Vietnam holiday, each one of them has been visited and we are available to answer any questions you may have.
Located a short stroll from the heart of Hoi An and only a 30 minute drive from the Cua Dai beach overlooking the South China Sea, the elegant Anantara's riverside location is an ideal base from where to explore the charming UNESCO World Heritage old town, full of restaurants, cafes, shops and wonderful cultural sights.
Weaving along an infinitely glorious stretch of beach sprawl a strand of visually striking villas, which sit amongst some of the richest cultural heritage in Vietnam. With an architectural design inspired by over 2,500 years of history, the Nam Hai is perfectly placed to devour the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hoi An, My Son and Hue.
It almost sounds too good to be true doesn’t it – a resort where your spa treatments are all inclusive but that’s exactly what happens here! Fusion Maia Da Nang is an ‘all-pool villa’ beachfront resort just 30 minutes from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hoi An and is the first resort in Asia to offer the all spa-inclusive concept.
At the heart of central Vietnam, surrounded by sleepy fishing villages, rice paddy fields and the impressive Annamite mountain range, lies the newest edition to the Angsana portfolio; Angsana Lang Co. Located in Lang Co bay, this stunning beachfront property built in 2012, boasts a wealth of accommodation options, eateries and activities as well as a prime position in an unexplored stretch of untouched Vietnamese coastline.
Banyan Tree Lang Co is a new luxury resort set near a quiet fishing village on a large, crescent shaped bay, between Vietnam's ancient imperial capital Hue and the atmospheric heritage town of Hoi An. Part of a larger complex called Laguna Lang Co, the Banyan Tree offers complete privacy, exclusivity and the most luxurious accommodation in this stunning setting.
For anyone wanting to base themselves in the heart of Hoi An, the Hotel Royale Hoi An is a beautiful new boutique hotel on the banks of the river. Built in harmony with the original Vietnamese and French architecture of Hoi An with an art nouveau design fused with Vietnamese touches, it is ideally located within walking distance of this charming old town.
A stay at Intercontinental is a complete escape from the busy bustling cities of Vietnam and this is definitely the place for stay for those seeking looking to inject a luxurious and peaceful interlude to their Vietnam holiday. Located about 30 minutes north of Danang, tucked away on its own hidden cove and fronting a stunning unspoilt stretch of beach, all rooms have exquisite views of the ocean and every luxury has been catered for.
La Résidence Hotel & Spa is Hue’s first boutique hotel, a unique property, with an eclectic mix of Art Deco and Oriental design it enjoys a fabulous location on the banks of the Perfume River.
With one of the best locations on a gorgeous stretch of sandy beach just 15 minutes’ drive from Hoi An, the charming five star Naman Restreat is a welcome addition to Turquoise’s books. We love the way they have used a lot of bamboo, natural stone and plants to create a contemporary escape with an authentic Vietnamese charm.
This lovely resort is situated on a secluded stretch of Hoi An’s white sand beach, just three miles from the historic old town. Victoria Hoi An features 105 rooms, with premier category rooms enjoying a view of the South China Sea. Lower category rooms offer a view of the charming Hoi An river. For true beach lovers, there are beach front rooms on offer. All rooms at the Victoria Hoi An are decorated in one of three stylish themes: Classic French, Vietnamese or Japanese.
Following a top to toe revamp luxury Apricot Hotel offers a charming new boutique option in the centre of Hanoi. Located across the street from Hoan Kiem Lake and its island pagoda, a few minutes south of the Old Quarter with its labyrinth alleys and street food stalls, and just east of the boulevards of the French Quarter its location couldn’t be better - no matter what part of Hanoi you want to explore, almost all of it is within easy walking distance.
Ninh Binh is home to the scenic landscape complex called Trang An, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2014. Trang An complex is best known for its spectacular landscape of limestone karst peals and include Hoa Lu, the capital of Vietnam in the tenth century, as well as temples, pagodas, paddy-fields, villages and sacred sites.
There are not many places in the world that have been recognised twice by UNESCO but Halong Bay is one and therefore understandably commands more of your time. Most visitors allocate one night but this is almost to undermine its unique place in the world and we urge you to stay longer in a place that really does deserve your attention.
This gem of a hotel, perfectly located in the Old Quarter, is new addition to the boutique hotel scene in Hanoi – a stylish boutique hotel which embodies luxury, charm and the friendliest Vietnamese hospitality.
The Sofitel Legend Metropole has been an institution on the Hanoi hotel scene since its inception in 1901. With its elegant colonial style architecture and ideal location, just one block away from Hoan Kiem Lake in the heart of Hanoi, this is deservedly one of Hanoi's most popular hotels. The fascinating Old Quarter is within short walking distance and there are also many excellent restaurants and boutiques nearby.
Occasionally we stumble upon a hidden gem and when we first saw Tam Coc Gardens we knew we had found somewhere special. This charming boutique hotel has beautiful setting in the middle of rice paddies, surrounded by waterways and spectacular limestone karst scenery, it is remote and beautiful and nearby Tam Coc town is just 10 minutes’ drive away. Just one and a half hours south of Hanoi but a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city, we would urge anyone looking for a few days to discover some of Vietnam’s most understated, but beautiful scenery to visit Ninh Binh Province. It is the perfect retreat for a few days chill out in the midst of your Vietnam journey and guests can drive to Halong Bay from here, making it an easy addition between Hanoi and Halong Bay.
Sapa’s prime luxury resort, the Victoria, is situated on a picturesque hillside against a backdrop of mountains overlooking the town. The resort has been styled as a traditional mountain chalet and features wooden décor and a welcoming stone fireplace in reception.
Located deep in the spectacular Sapa Valley, about 45 minutes from Sapa town, this rural eco lodge commands breath-taking views of the surrounding valleys covered with terraced rice fields, and is the perfect place to base yourself and explore this beautiful region of Northern Vietnam. Spend your days trekking or cycling in the mountains of Sapa, a great way to get closer to the culture and experience the daily life of the hilltribes.
Since the life of the local people in the Delta is almost entirely river-based, one of the best ways to explore the region and to experience the lifestyle of its inhabitants is by boat. There are three beautiful wooden Bassac boats, one with 6 cabins and the other two with 12 cabins each. Accommodation is cosy but comfortable with dark wooden décor and simple furnishings. All cabins feature air-conditioning and have private en suite bathrooms with a 'wet-room' style shower.
Hotel Des Artes is a stylish new hotel with a great location just outside of District 1 and within walking distance of the city’s top attractions. We love it for its unique style, you could almost call is an art museum as the owner has hung his personal collection of artworks and antiques through the hotel giving I its own individual style.
The Majestic is one of Saigon’s most historic and iconic properties. Built in 1925, the property was the hotel of choice for visiting dignitaries and discerning travellers. Used as barracks by Japanese soldiers during World War II, the Majestic was later home to the many foreign correspondents and journalists who covered the Vietnam War.
One of the most important factors for us when choosing a city hotel is location and this fantastic new four star hotel is perfectly placed to explore the city. Within walking distance of many of the city’s attractions, including Ben Thanh Market, the Reunification Palace and the War Remnants Museum, it is also steps from plenty of local restaurants and bars.
Benefiting from possibly the best location in the entire city, the Park Hyatt is surrounded by many excellent shopping and dining options. The historic street of Le Loi is just opposite and the hotel itself faces Saigon’s iconic Opera House.
Located at the top of Saigon’s famous Dong Khoi Street, just opposite the cities beautiful colonial Opera House, the Caravelle is one of Saigon’s grandest 5 star hotels. Although very much a modern hotel these days, it does have an interesting history and retains an old world charm, making it one of our favourite hotels in Vietnam. The original 10 storey building was the premier location for grand balls and functions and played host to war correspondents in the late 1950’s and 1960’s.
Located on the banks of the Hau River (a tributary of the mighty Mekong River), the Victoria Can Tho is at the heart of the Mekong Delta. Although a newly built hotel, it has been constructed in the style of an elegant colonial mansion. The c-shaped resort has a pool at its centre, which overlooks the river itself. The river is, of course, a hub of activity for the local people.
The Victoria Chau Doc hotel is another riverside property from the Victoria group. Located on the banks of the Bassac River, the hotel is near the Cambodian border and is an excellent overnight stop for those making the iconic journey from Saigon to Phnom Penh or vice versa, or for those who wish to see more of the picturesque Mekong Delta region. The resort even offers its own speedboat, making the four hour journey from Chau Doc and over the border, ending in the Cambodian capital city.
Situated on the quiet and untouched tropical island of Phu Quoc, an easy one hour flight south from Saigon, La Veranda is the first up-scale hotel to open at this up and coming destination.
This rustic, yet luxurious tropical retreat is on the smallest island in the Con Dao archipelago and has been protected for decades as a national and marine park. Con Dao is a little ‘off the radar’ but just a short flight from, and the perfect antidote to, the frenetic pace of Saigon. National Geographic laud this idyll as one of the top eco lodges in the world – true sustainable luxury!
This envy-inducing eco-chic resort is set in a sublime bay accessible only by boat – dramatic, smooth, granite boulders frame a picture perfect crescent of golden sand. You share the sea here with just a few other guests and a handful of local lobster fishermen in their traditional coracles. This is a total escape from reality.
The iconic Aman Resorts debuts its first property in Vietnam in some style. Comprising a contemporary beachside resort and an all singing all dancing Aman spa the Amanoi is a simply stunning resort on Vinh Hy Bay, considered one of the most beautiful in all of Vietnam. For those who are passionate advocates of Aman Resorts this property is the perfect partner to the South East Asian circuit which already includes Cambodia, Laos and Thailand.
Cham Villas is a stylish boutique retreat located in Phan Thiet, which is situated between Saigon and Nha Trang – just a three to four hour drive from either city. Only a stone’s throw from a beautiful stretch of white sand beach, this intimate property makes for a relaxing finish to an exciting Vietnam itinerary. The 16 rooms all feature king-sized beds and day loungers on a private patio and all have air-conditioning and satellite television.
Tucked away on its own private beach on the lively tropical island of Phu Quoc, this charming four star boutique resort is a hidden gem. With only 36 spacious villas the Chen Sea Resort is a Turquoise favourite for its lovely beach and quiet location away from some of the more lively areas of Phu Quoc, but within easy reach of the islands most important landmarks and attractions, including the Suối Tranh falls, Dương Đông, with its bustling harbour and riverside markets, or the Nguyễn Trung Trực temple. On-site, guests can enjoy a range of water-sports, including kayaking, windsurfing, wake boarding and sailing, along with snorkelling and scuba diving with professional instructors. Spa Cenvaree offers a number of pampering and feel-good treatments, and the resort also boasts a large outdoor infinity pool.
Ana Mandara is Vietnamese for a beautiful home for guests. And it’s true, with its warm welcome, delightful hospitality and beautiful setting, Evason Ana Mandara is the only resort sitting on Nha Trang’s beachfront with stunning views of Nha Trang Bay.
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