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Nestled on secluded peninsulas and islands not far from popular tourist spots, 10 Vietnamese hotels and resorts have won top honors in different categories at this year’s World Travel Awards.
Amanoi Ninh Thuan in the south-central province of Ninh Thuan was crowned “Asia’s leading boutique beach resort.”
Nestled inside Nui Chua National Park, recognized as a world biosphere reserve by UNESCO, the resort has 36 villas overlooking Vinh Hy Bay. Its most luxurious villa costs $8,000 a night, while the cheapest starts at $1,150.
Each is designed in contemporary style in combination with Vietnamese architecture and has two to five bedrooms, a living room, private swimming pool, and an outdoor dining room.
Hotel de la Coupole – MGallery in the northern highlands resort Sa Pa won “Asia’s leading design hotel” category.
Its design takes inspiration from the 1920-1930 period in France.
The hotel has 249 rooms and suites that allow tourists to enjoy breathtaking views of the Hoang Lien Son mountain range and rice terraces.
From the hotel, guests will be ferried to the Muong Hoa cable car station from where they can make a seven-minute trip to the Fansipan cable car station, enjoying the beauty of the Hoang Lien Son range with its rolling forests and valleys from a great height.
Hoi An Memories Resort & Spa was named “Asia’s leading entertainment resort.”
Located on Hen Islet in the ancient town of Hoi An, the resort has 102 rooms with yellow walls and red-titled roofs.
While staying at the resort, visitors can watch the “Hoi An Memories” live-action show that recreates the 400-year history of Hoi An from its early days as a small village to its golden era of global integration.
The Grand Ho Tram Resort & Casino was awarded the tile of “Asia’s leading fully integrated resort.”
Around a 2.5-hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City, the resort in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau has over 540 rooms overlooking Ho Tram beach with turquoise waters.
It has over 15 restaurants and bars, eight swimming pools, two spas, a golf course and a casino with 90 live-gaming tables and more than 500 electronic gaming machines.
Six Senses Con Dao, the only five-star beach resort in the Con Dao archipelago, was named “Asia’s leading honeymoon resort.”
Spread over 12 hectares along Dat Doc Beach off the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, it has 50 beach villas, built mainly with natural materials and each with a private swimming pool.
Guests can kayak, dive to explore coral reefs, release turtles into the sea, and trek through pristine forests inside the national park.
Ville De Mont Mountain Resort in Sa Pa Town was named “Asia’s leading lifestyle resort.”
Standing 1,500 meters above sea level with a year-round cool climate, the resort is home to 39 villas overlooking Muong Hoa Valley and Ham Rong Mountain.
All villas here are built from stone, indigenous wood in combination with handmade ethnic brocades.
Located along Khem Beach on Phu Quoc Island, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emeralda Resort & Spa was voted “Asia’s leading luxury wedding resort.”
It was designed by architect Bill Bensley, with the concept of a fictional Lamarck University that was abandoned and then restored.
There are 234 rooms, suites, apartments and villas with private swimming pools.
Capella Hanoi was crowned “Asia’s leading luxury boutique hotel.”
Located on Le Phung Hieu Street in the capital’s Old Quarter, the resort opened last year with inspiration from Hanoi Opera House, a symbol of past extravagance.
It has 47 rooms and suites, each individually styled with operatic artifacts and custom portraiture that pay tribute to legendary opera artists, composers, designers, and performances.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay was named “Asia’s most romantic resort.”
Located on Ninh Van Bay in the south central province of Khanh Hoa, the resort consists of 62 villas covering an area of lush greenery.
All villas facing the sea have a private swimming pool, garden or sun terrace.
The only way to access the resort is by boat, which takes around 20 minutes.
Regent Phu Quoc, which opened in April this year, claimed “Asia’s leading new resort” title.
Situated next to a UNESCO-recognized world biosphere reserve off the southern island of Phu Quoc, the resort has 302 suites and villas.
Its six restaurants and bars serve Japanese and French cuisine in addition to traditional Vietnamese food.
Article written By Hoang Phong for E.VnExpress.net
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