Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam
Vietnam has made leaps and bounds in their development to now become a pristine vacation location for people around the world.
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - Hôtel des Arts Saigon
The hotel blurs the boundaries between a hotel that is simply a luxurious escape and one that creates a memorable lifestyle experience for its discerning guests.
Located in city centres or popular tourist areas, all the hotels in the collection enjoy exceptional locations, offering guests a unique trip.
After weeks of enduring a forced staycation in our own homes, it’s only natural to want to flee the city. But hear us out. If it’s socializing and a change of scene you’re after, Saigon offers plenty of both. At the Social Club Rooftop Bar, martinis and conversations flow as locals mix with tourists against the backdrop of a glittering skyline. During the day, the rooftop infinity pool is reserved for the use of Hôtel des Arts Saigon guests but everyone is welcome to stop by for a casual drink. The vibe changes from laid-back to glitzy when the sun sets and resident DJ takes to the deck.
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - Six Senses Ninh Van Bay
The dramatic rocky bay of Van Bay in Khanh Hoa gives visitors to the Six Senses the sense that they are on an island unto themselves. The secluded nature of this tropical paradise includes such experiences as the renowned sauna and fitness center, playing tennis, volleyball or badminton, and long mountain walks around the bay area. They also specialize in watersports such as scuba diving, paddle boarding, sailing, kayaking, snorkeling, waterskiing, tubing, and even fishing charters. From the front desk, you can also schedule an excursion into Nha Trang City for a tour or take a guided trip to the Cai River and Mud Baths nearby. Also available are world-class restaurants and spa treatments
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort
This hotel is built around lush gardens, a private beach, is inspired by Vietnamese temples and traditional villages in its blended designs. The hotel itself boasts a classy stay in one of their world-renowned rooms, classic suites, or executive rooms. But even the standard room in this hotel boasts a balcony view of the East Sea and incredible Vietnamese architecture, and they start at around $500 US dollars a night.
In addition to immaculate suites, this resort boasts access to some of the finest restaurants in the country. Treat yourself to an experience at La Maison 1888, where your tastebuds will be caressed by the artistry of three-star Michelin chef, Pierre Gagnaire. You can also take advantages of the many spa treatments available at this location, including the HARNN Heritage Spa or partake in the ultimate pedicure regimen by world renowned posiatrist, Bastien Gonzalez.
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - Amanoi Resort
No one does wellness quite like Aman Resorts. From private aqua yoga sessions to healthy lifestyle coaching, they’ve got it down to science. Amanoi, in Ninh Thuan Province, delivers all this and more thanks to their Asia’s first wellness villa concept. In a nutshell, it’s a private spa facility with a double treatment room, steam room and outdoor pool, as well as a hammam or timber-clad Russian banya. You read it right — inside your private villa. Oh and a dedicated spa therapist is on hand to curate personalized spa treatments, of course.
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - The Reverie Saigon
This hotel is best known for its incredible hospitality and absolutely stunning list of services offered during your stay here. From spa getaway suites to expensive luxury car chauffeuring services, the Reverie has thought of nearly everything. And with luxury suites starting in the $600 ballpark, it’s easy to see why this is such a popular destination. And don’t even get us started on the food; the acclaimed Reverie Lounge and dozens of high end traditional and international restaurants will leave you with an experience that will last you a lifetime, and yet leave you wanting to come back for more
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - Park Hyatt Saigon
We could never turn down a chance to gorge ourselves on a hotel breakfast buffet. Unless, of course, the hotel in question is the Park Hyatt Saigon and breakfast can be upgraded to brunch.
The hotel has 245 rooms including 23 suites, which recently underwent a complete upgrade to French-colonial style rooms that combine elegant, traditional “old-world” comfort with the latest in technology, including in-room mini iPads, Nespresso machines, and sensor lighting systems. The Suites are large and spacious, perfect for making an extended stay as comfortable as is humanly possible.
The Hyatt’s signature restaurant, Square One, features authentic Vietnamese and French cuisine, while Opera offers traditional Italian dishes prepared in a large open kitchen. If the nightlife is what you crave, the 2 Lam Son brags itself the liveliest nightspot in Ho Chi Minh City. Even the Lounge is alive with local live musicians several nights of the week.
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - Mango Bay Resort
Rustic and unpretentious, Mango Bay positions itself as the antithesis of luxury. Well before international hotel chains took over Phu Quoc beaches, Mango Bay had made a name for itself as a popular bolthole for the Saigonese. Guests come here to be close to nature and away from air conditioning (sea breeze and ceiling fans do the job just fine) and television. Located on ten hectares of beachfront land 10km north of Duong Dong, the island’s main town, there are only 44 rooms and villas, each unique and each hidden away from the beach
Located on 10 hectares of beachfront land 10km north of Duong Dong, the island’s main town, the ethos of Mango Bay is to create something close to nature, an unpretentious resort that is the antithesis of luxury. Here, despite the size of the land, there are only 44 rooms and villas, each unique and each hidden away from the beach.
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - The Nam Hai
A great base from which to explore central Vietnam’s UNESCO heritage sites of Hoi An, Hue and My Son, the uber luxurious The Nam Hai is your classic beach resort with exceptional leisure facilities. From singing bowl rituals (“earth music” played on no fewer than eight synchronized, quartz-crystal alchemy bowls) to decadent kids’ wellness experiences and everything in between, the pond-facing spa is a destination in its own right. If day trips to nearby attractions sound like too much work, your time can be well spent alternating between The Nam Hai’s gorgeous swimming pool and its pristine beach.
Ideally located in Vietnam’s rich central coast, The Nam Hai offers a portal to some of the most popular and celebrated beaches in this coastal country. They offer sunsets on the East Sea by kayak, historic trips of imperial Hue and world-class restaurants in the area. Their villas are proclaimed as the best in central Vietnam and a stay in this exotic utopia starts at only around $700 US. The Four Seasons is also known for its fantastic culinary options and state of the art luxury dining facilities.
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - The Lake House Da Lat
A humble bed and breakfast, The Lake House Dalat features free WiFi and breakfast but little else in terms of the usual hotel amenities. What it possesses in bucketfuls is attentive service, warm hospitality and tranquil lakeside setting. Situated in Da Lat, near Tuyen Lam Lake and Truc Lam Temple, the guest house comes with a garden and a deck overlooking the water. The nuns and monks at the monastery next door usually don’t mind an occasional guest joining them for a meditation session.
Top Resorts And Hotels In Vietnam - Anantara Hoi An Resort
Another location steeped in tradition and history, Anantara Hoi An Resort is less than a kilometer from the historic quarter of Hoi An, in lush gardens fronting the Thu Bon River. Riverfront dining, blissful spa treatments, and sunset river cruises along the river are only a couple of the things this enticing resort has in store for its guests. Enjoy the views as you saunter down the promenade past shrines, modern art galleries, teahouses, and small cafes, An Bang Beach, one of the country’s most famous beach fonts, is just down the way from the resort’s own private jetty. Whether you plan on spending the day in one of their elegant 93 rooms or venturing out to see all that Hoi An has to offer, Anantara Hoi An is a fantastic option.
If like us you can’t wait to revisit the beaches and swimming pools in our backyard, here is a round-up of Vietnam’s hotels and resorts we will be hitting as soon as making travel arrangements becomes de rigueur again.