Hotels in Vietnam
With the trade embargo lifted in the 1990’s, Vietnam saw an influx in trade, economics, and construction. With this construction came new Vietnam hotels and visitors now have plenty of options to choose from. Hotel accommodations in Vietnam range from a quaint bed and breakfast to the opulent splendor of the Furama Resort located on Vietnam’s famous China Beach. The Furama Resort is located in Da Nang and features 198 rooms and is one of the best hotels in Vietnam. The beachfront hotel is a neat combination of colonial and traditional Asian design that offers its guests night time dives with the sea turtles, tours of local attractions, and tai chi classes.
Visitors staying the night in Ho Chi Minh City have the option of staying at the glamorous Hotel Majestic. It first opened its doors in 1925, and still provides guests with a luxurious retreat from the hectic pace of downtown Ho Chi Minh. French architect, Reda Amalou helped design hotel Nam Hai’s 100 free standing villas, all comfortably nestled along the white beaches of Hoi An. What really sets this hotel apart is its constantly rotating chef’s schedule. Every day the hotel’s chef will make a trip into town for the latest in fresh produce, chicken, and rice noodles to make an authentic Thai lunch for the resort’s guests.
An Lam Ninh Van Bay Villas are the absolute best hotels in Vietnam. This unbelievably private resort can only be reached by boat, and offers some of the best views of the South China Sea. Guests can actually spend their entire stay in Vietnam without seeing another tourist. Private chefs are available to prepare meals in the guest’s private kitchens, and there are plenty of activities to keep anyone from becoming bored. Butlers and private pools are also available for ultimate seclusion.