Destinations in Vietnam

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Vietnam

— Hanoi, Vietnam

(Rated 9.7, 592 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Hanoi – and a guest favourite. Hanoi La Siesta Hotel & Spa offers a selection of cosy rooms and suites with free WiFi in ...

— Hanoi, Vietnam

(Rated 9.7, 503 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Hanoi – and a guest favourite. Well located in Hanoi, Hanoi La Siesta Central Hotel & Spa provides air-conditioned rooms ...

— Hanoi, Vietnam

(Rated 9.7, 91 reviews)
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Hanoi Garden Boutique Hotel & Spa is situated in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, within a 6-minute walk of Dong Xuan Market and Hoan Kiem Lake. This family ...

— Hanoi, Vietnam

(Rated 9.7, 184 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Hanoi – and a guest favourite. Featuring a terrace, Delicacy Hotel & Spa is located in Hanoi in the Ha Noi Municipality ...

— Hanoi, Vietnam

(Rated 9.6, 193 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Hanoi – and a guest favourite. Conveniently located in the Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi, Shining Boutique Hotel & Spa is ...

— Hanoi, Vietnam

(Rated 9.5, 516 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Hanoi – and a guest favourite. Value-for-money soundproof rooms with free Wi-Fi are provided at Hanoi Trendy Hotel & Spa ...

— Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

(Rated 9.4, 471 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Ho Chi Minh City – and a guest favourite. Located in lively and vibrant District 1, The Hammock Hotel Ben Thanh provides sty ...

Vietnam - The Land Of The Ascending Dragon

Welcome to a land where past, present and future mix seamlessly together. Home to incredible cuisine (which is worth the cost of your trip alone), stunning beaches, mysterious caves and vibrant cities, Vietnam is a land not to be underestimated. Start with the ancient city of Hoi An in central Vietnam. This city is one of the most photogenic areas in the country, home to plenty of restaurants, stores and historic sites to keep you busy. Next you have to check out one of Vietnam’s most recognisable sites, Halong Bay. Go for a boat cruise and marvel at the mammoth limestone mountains scattered all throughout the waters of this stunning bay. For a taste of local city life, walk around the Old Quarter of the capital Hanoi, where you’ll experience controlled chaos. Expect crowded sidewalks and streets, as well as exotic and colorful food for sale. All part of the Vietnamese experience. Finally you can’t get the full Vietnamese experience without trying the local food. Vietnamese food is unmatched and the cuisine varies from area to area. In Hanoi dig into food like sweet sticky rice, bún cha (grilled pork and noodles) and fried dumplings. In Saigon, feast on bánh mì (Vietnamese baguette sandwich) or bánh tam bì (thick noodles with pork and coconut cream sauce). And no matter where you are, try Vietnamese “Pho,” which is always delicious.

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Explore Ho Chi Minh City

If you’re a fan of bustling cities and urban life you can’t go passed Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. The commercial hub of this country, the streets are clogged full of motorbikes, cars and other vehicles. The cafe and restaurant scene is cosmopolitan and the shopping is the best you’ll find in the country.

Kick Back And Relax On Nha Trang Beach

If you’re looking for some beach fun while in Vietnam, look no further than Nha Trang. This clean and well mainted beach stretches for six kilometers along the shoreline of Nha Trang city, and during the summer it’s packed with locals and visitors on vacation. Designated swimming and lounging areas mean soaking up the hot has never been easier on this beautiful beach.

Visit The Historic Town Of Hue

Hue is one of Vietnam’s most historic towns and is packed full of relics from when the 19th century Nguyen emperors reigned. The most popular attraction in this town is the Imperial Enclosure. While touring the grounds be sure to check out the Ngo Mon Gate, and the Halls of Mandarins, with its compelling ceiling murals.

Tips And Travel Information For Vietnam

Money The currency in Vietnam is the Vietnamese dong (VND). Before you travel ask your bank or provider whether or not your cards will work in Vietnam. But in most cases, ATMs in Vietnam accept most debit and credit cards. Getting Around There are many modes of transport to choose from when navigating Vietnam, train is the most comfortable, flying is the quickest, and buses are the most affordable. Hiring your own car or bike, or catching a taxi are other easy ways to travel through the main cities. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (July - Aug) Moderate (Dec & Mar) Quiet Season (Apr - Jun & Sep - Nov) High season in Vietnam lands in the months of July and August. During this time prices can increase by as much as 50% and hotels will be booked well in advance. Low season is between April and June, as well as between September and November. This can be a great time to tour Vietnam, however there is a risk of typhoons.

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Stay somewhere just as beautiful as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Vietnam.