Posted on March 30, 2011
The prestigious Condé Nast included four large Vietnamese hotels on the list of the world's best. Luxury, design and location, among its strengths.
Long since Vietnam became a favorite destination for travelers worldwide. Its beautiful beaches (especially southern) and its unique cuisine, the country is gaining its own profile to differentiate Thailand tourism hub in the region.
This positioning fortunately has grown alongside its hotel infrastructure. Proof of this is that, in early 2011, the Condé Nast magazine selected four hotels in Vietnam on its list of "gold." Worth stopping at each.
The first is the Sofitel Metropole Hanoi . Located in the heart of the Vietnamese capital, perhaps its greatest merit is the excellent preservation and renovation of the building, built in 1901. It has 364 rooms and cuisine is first rate (has three specialized subtracted French, Vietnamese and Italian cuisine).
In Ho Chi Minh (the most populous city, formerly Saigon) hotel distinguished by the readers of Condé Nast is the Park Hyatt. Has 244 luxury rooms and the "Xuan Spa" which offers all kinds of beauty treatments . Its location is more than convenient: just 7 kilometers from the airport and meters in District 1, key point of the city (where it is, among other important buildings, the landmark Reunification Palace).
In beautiful natural scenery found the third "winner": the Life Heritage Resort Hoi An A hundred kilometers from the "imperial city" of Hue, this resort is located in a well-founded in the fifteenth century port whose colonial architecture remains intact. Project design and magnificent sea views. It is in the geographic center of Vietnam.
Finally, the Evason Ana Mandara Charm & Six Senses Hotel, located in the Bay of Nha Trang , is mainly due to its stunning setting of mountains and beaches with blue waters. It has 74 rooms divided into 17 villas and provision is designed to ensure maximum privacy and relaxation. They do.