Hotels in Vietnam
On verdant hills that seem to tumble down to the sea, 54 thatched-roof villas face Ninh Van Bay’s natural rock formations, which stand like sentries in the distance.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2009, this slightly corporate feeling but exceedingly comfortable hotel on Lam Son Square is the runner-up to the Park Hyatt for the title of the city’s top hotel.
Set on the banks of the Hau River in the Mekong Delta, this colonial-style hotel embraces its surroundings with riverboat tours and panoramic water views.
This high-design property arrived on the South China Sea in 2006, and its sleek style is a testament to the impressive talent behind its inception.
Located across from the U.S. and French embassies, the Sofitel Saigon Plaza is a 10-minute walk from the center of downtown.
Formerly the residence of the French colonial governor, this 1930s manse opened its doors as a hotel in 2005 after a painstaking restoration.
Business hotel with a neo-Baroque façade in a prime downtown location adjacent to the Hanoi Opera House, just steps from the central business district.