Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam encapsulates the exotic, the astounding and the sheer beauty of Southeast Asia.
The coastline offers pearl after pearl of lovely fishing villages and rural delights as well as cultural gems such as
Vietnam’s countryside is a veritable palette of startling green rice paddies, undulating hills and lush jungle.
Here is a list with short descriptions of hotels to stay at while exploring this amazingly beautiful country.
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<p>The beachfront Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel & Spa offers easy access to a 7-kilometer stretch of golden sand and picture-perfect waters.</p>
<p>The traveling time to the resort is 25 minutes by car from Da Nang International Airport and another 5 minutes to Hoi An Ancient Town.</p>
<p>The resort style mixes modernist sensibility and post-colonial ambience. With its 57 exclusive villas, 8 swimming pools, 2 restaurants, and a spa complex.</p>
Hanoi, on the banks of the Red River (Song Hong), provides a complete contrast to bustling Ho Chi Min City. The capital of Vietnam is more like a quiet charming
Da Nang is easily accessible from anywhere in Vietnam. There are many good hotels to choose from, no matter the type of accommodation you’re looking for.
Ho Chi Minh (formerly Saigon) is Vietnam's largest city and a thriving metropolis. Originally named Saigon after the river on which it stands.
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<p>Conveniently located in the heart of Hanoi's business district, a 40-minute drive from Noi Bai International Airport, Moevenpick Hotel Hanoi is specially tailored to meet the needs of discerning corporate travelers.</p>
The old imperial capital close to Danang, is a cultural treasure. A must on every travellers itinerary.
Recent years have seen many new hotels opening along the bay and on some of its islands. We have a selection of hotels that would suit both your taste and budget.
We have a wide selection of hotels for you to choose from in both Cua Dai Beach and Hoi An City, whatever suits your pocket and style.
Mui Ne is next to Phan Tiet, a slightly larger town, and between the two they offer a wide range of different accommodation.
With its status as Vietnam’s most popular seaside retreat, comes a big choice of hotels – something for everyone.
<p>Phu Quoc – an island that technically lies south of Cambodia, but belongs to Vietnam – until recently mostly consisted of a fishing community, and known among Vietnamese for the fish sauce that is produced there. The last decade or so, however, has seen many changes and development, and today there are a number of good hotels and resorts. It has remained a little paradise though, with aquamarine water, idyllic beaches, romantic sunsets and a serene island-style atmosphere. </p>
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