THE BEST VOTED HOTELS AND RESORTS IN VIETNAM BY THE TIMES.

Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai The Times described the resort as ‘best for romance, which spreads over 35 hectares and overlooks Ha My Beach in the central province of Quang Nam. With an idyllic location on Vietnam’s culturally rich central coast, The Nam Hai offers a portal to three extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage sites and a breezy respite on the country’s most celebrated beach. You’ll have a chance to reconnect with your loved ones – whether you take to the East Sea by kayak. 



Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho on a secluded peninsula in the central province of Phu Yen is described as ‘best for a secret retreat. Immersing in Vietnam’s rich history and traditions in our 245-acre nature and beachfront resort, set on a secluded peninsula of the Phu Yen province. Choose ancient rice paddy fields, verdant hilltops or mile-long powder white beach as your own private setting, from our collection of 73 free-standing villas.




Amanoi Resort is nestled in Nui Chua National Park beside Vinh Hy Bay in south-central Ninh Thuan Province. Vietnam's first six-star resort is described as 'best for one-percenters, from its remote location - a rich and diverse mosaic of ecosystems – the resort’s clifftop restaurants and pool, lakeside Aman Spa and private golden sand beach, offer limitless opportunities for outdoor exploration, cultural immersion and serene time out.



Tam Coc Garden Resort in Ninh Binh Province, around two hours to the east of Hanoi, is hailed by the British newspaper as 'best for country living. Nested between lumbering limestone peaks and glistening rice paddies, Tam Coc Garden is a charming oasis that is endowed with rich natural and cultural heritage.



An Lam Retreat Ninh Van Bay is located on a secluded peninsula where natural surroundings create ultimate privacy and tranquility, An Lam Retreats Ninh Van Bay offers a private hideaway of sensory, filled with rich experiences and intimacy. Infused with understated luxury, simple yet elegant, this serene sanctuary comprises 37 spacious, eco-friendly villas, representing the essence of Vietnamese heritage.



Six Senses Con Dao on Dat Doc Beach is the only five-star beach resort in the Con Dao archipelago off Vietnam's southern coast. Located inside Con Dao National Park, it has 50 beach villas, built mainly with natural materials and each with a private swimming pool. It is described as 'best for beaches.



The Reverie Saigon in Ho Chi Minh City is described as 'best for glitz.'
The hotel on Nguyen Hue Boulevard has 286 rooms, suites and residential suites that combine modern design and traditional Italian craftsmanship.
It has a 24-meter-long swimming pool decorated with unique tiles on the sixth floor where guests can enjoy music from an underwater sound system.



Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi is 'best for history, which was founded in 1901, it is one of the few capital hotels featuring French architecture and has garnered numerous travel awards in recent years. The hotel is home to a two-meter-high wartime bomb shelter discovered by chance in 2011. It was where many famous figures of the Vietnam War, including actress Jane Fonda and author Tom Hayden, both anti-war activists, took refugee as bombs rained down on Hanoi.




JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort & Spa on the southern island Phu Quoc is described as 'best for style.' Lying only 15 minutes from Phu Quoc International Airport, the resort stretching along Khem Beach has 234 rooms, suites and stand-alone villas. Construction of the French-style resort started in 2015, with its doors opening in 2016.



Azerai La Residence in the former imperial capital Hue is described 'best for boutique vibes.'
Set on a two-and-a-half-hectare site with 200 meters of frontage on the Huong (Perfume) River, the hotel was built in a colonial style.The mansion at the heart of the hotel was built in 1930 as part of the residence of the French Resident Superior. Its distinctive facade, long horizontal lines and nautical flourishes are hallmarks of the streamline modern school of art decor.




Anantara Quy Nhon near Bai Xep beach is 'best for getting off the beaten track.'
The resort has 26 beach-view villas with private outdoor swimming pools. And it is near Bai Xep fishing village that was listed by Business Insider as "one of the 16 hidden gems" of Asia.



InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort in the central city of Da Nang is described as 'best for monkeying around. It has 201 rooms, suites, penthouses, and villas along a 700-meter-long private beach.
Located within Son Tra Nature Reserve, home to some critically endangered species including red-shanked douc langur, the resort has strict policies to protect the wildlife.



Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is 'best for barefoot luxury. 
Situated in the eponymous bay around 60 kilometers from downtown Nha Trang. It consists of 62 villas built entirely of wood and rattan and with thatched roofs.
No plastic bottle is allowed inside, making it one of the few eco-friendly resorts in Vietnam.



Regent Phu Quoc, which opened in April this year, is described as 'too fancy for mere rooms. It features 302 suites and villas, six restaurants and bars, swimming pools overlooking Long Beach, one of the most beautiful on Phu Quoc, next to a UNESCO-recognized world biosphere reserve.



Topas Ecolodge in northern highlands town Sa Pa is described as 'best for gorgeous views. Opened in 2005, the five-star resort offers 41 bungalows built with white granite that resemble ethnic minority stilt homes. All furniture is made from natural materials like wood, bamboo and rattan. All rooms offer views of Hoang Lien Son mountain range and terraced rice fields.



 
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