Top 5 Resorts for Honeymoon

Le Résidence Hotel and Spa in Hue

Perched on the banks of the Perfume River just upstream from Hue’s famous citadel, this 122-room hotel takes its identity from the former French colonial governor’s mansion at its core.

The same nautical modern architecture that makes the villa so charming is reprised in the two modern wings, which were added during a thorough yet sensitive renovation of the original building so that the place is pure Indochina.

The original villa includes a reception area decorated with framed photos of Old Hue and an adjacent bar with deep club chairs and eight dreamy rooms, plus a presidential suite.

These have a colonial feel, with ceiling fans, mosquito netting (for atmosphere more than necessity), and dark stained wood furnishings.

An additional 112 rooms are housed in the new wings, which frame a large pool overlooking the river.

Hue is the home of Vietnam’s finest cuisine and the chefs at Le Residence use the freshest market ingredients to create delicious local, regional and international dishes.

Add to that the stunning view from the restaurant across the Perfume River to the Imperial Hue Citadel and you have the perfect recipe for a memorable meal!

Nam Hai Resort – Hoi An

The Nam Hai is no ordinary beachfront getaway.

This is a benchmark setting for sybarites in search of real class.

Sprawled across 35 hectares, this splendid spa resort opened in December 2006 offering 60 elegant Villas and a further 40 Pool Villas each within landscaped gardens with unobstructed views across the South China Sea on to the misty Cham Islands.

Bedrooms are spacious with en suite baths, walk-in closets, and high ceilings, all adding to a sense of space.

The Pool Villas additionally offer a kitchen, a maid’s room and temperature-adjustable pool for a dip anytime of the year. All villas are stylish yet inviting in a warm and personal way. Welcome to Vietnam cool.

Running down the east coast of Central Vietnam in a seemingly unbroken swathe of alluring soft white sand, China Beach has captured the imagination like no other sun-and-sand playground. And it is here, on a prime stretch of Ha My Beach near historic Hoi An that The Nam Hai is sited, 30km south of Danang.

Evason Ana Mandara Villas Dalat

Set in the cool climate of the rural highlands of Central Vietnam, Evason Ana Mandara Villas Dalat offers 17 French colonial villas each originally constructed between the 1920’s and 1930’s and lovingly restored to their former glory, with all care taken to preserve original design, décor and charm.

The surrounding countryside and town provide beautiful views from all areas of the gently sloping hillside property.

Located on approximately 35-acres of suburban parkland that forms its own unique compound, the villas offer 64 individual accommodations comprising between three and five en-suited rooms plus an individual kitchen allowing butlers to attend to all requests – from breakfast through to privately arranged in-villa dining. Various room types include dedicated spa suites for additional pampering.

Reviewed by :

Christopher Clark – February 16, 2007 – “One of the most unique hotels in Vietnam, the Evason Ana Mandara Villas at Dalat has a collection of classic villas that were nicely renovated.

The staff were very friendly and accommodating. The food was wonderful and the atmosphere was really delightful”.

Novotel Coralia Ocean Dunes and Golf Resort in Muine

Discover the charm of a traditional Vietnamese fishing village on the Southern coast of Vietnam.

The town of Phan Thiet, 200 kms northeast of Ho Chi Minh City, has been a fishing village for centuries.

Strolling through the village along the river, visitors will discover a simpler lifestyle, where cycles still ply the streets as fishing boats bob in the harbor.

Located on a private beach, the resort is surrounded on three sides by the superb 18-hole Ocean Dunes Golf Club, and commands spectacular views of ancient volcanic mountains and coastal plains.

Recently re-furbished, the 135-room beachfront hotel (incorporating 12 bungalows) is located 200 kilometres northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. It is Vietnam’s first international resort offering watersports, a swimming pool, a private beach and a superb 18-hole golf course designed by Nick Faldo.

Six Senses Hideway Ninh Van in Nhatrang

Six Senses Hideaway Ninh Van Bay sits on dramatic Ninh Van Bay, with its impressive rock formations overlooking the South China Sea, white sand beach and towering mountains behind, all adding to the sense of being luxuriously at one with nature.

The exclusive property also presents the reality of the destination, with an architectural style reflecting the traditions of Vietnam.

Accommodations at Six Senses Hideaway Ninh Van Bay provide generous personal space and present an uncompromised standard of luxury.

Accessible only by water, the 58 pool villas are situated on the beach front, on the hillside and over rock formations in which private swimming pools have been crafted. Several hilltop villas located near the Six Senses Spa have personal Spa Suites.

This article written by Lanh Nguyen from Vietnam Heritage Travel

For original article, please visit:

Vietnam Honeymoon Tour

People also view

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *