Tourists return and depending on the destination will avoid 1) North Vietnam from July to August: less good period, torrential rains, sometimes very violent, 2) the Center from November until the end of January because it rains a lot and 3 ) the south from July to September: less good period, rainiest time. It does not rain all day, but only at certain times (late afternoon). On the other hand, the rain brings freshness. Bon voyage and comment on your stay by joining our community Must See in Vietnam Editor … PS: we add the website of the resorts for an easier search 😉
In a list of 10 best resorts in Vietnam as voted by travel experts at this year’s World Travel Awards, Phu Quoc accounted for the majority with four representatives.
FLC Quy Nhon Beach & Golf Resort was voted “Vietnam’s leading beach resort.”
Covering an area of over 1,000 hectares along the coast of Nhon Ly Beach in Quy Nhon resort town, the resort has over 500 villas and 1,000 hotel rooms surrounded by green trees.
It also has a 36-hole golf course.
Salinda Resort Phu Quoc Island was chosen as “Vietnam’s leading boutique beach resort.”
Just a few steps from Long Beach on Phu Quoc Island off the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang, the resort features 121 luxury rooms, suites, and villas designed in contemporary style.
Each room has unique wall art, showcasing the beauty of the island’s natural wonders.
Legacy Yen Tu – MGallery in the northern province of Quang Ninh, located at the foot of Yen Tu Mountain, was voted “Vietnam’s leading boutique resort.”
The resort’s architecture carries royal touches of the Tran Dynasty that ruled the country in the 13th century.
It has 133 rooms, each designed with wooden furniture, latched wooden doors and ceramic floors.
It also features handcrafted materials from northern Vietnamese villages.
Premier Village Danang Resort was selected “Vietnam’s leading family resort.”
Located on Vo Nguyen Giap Street, the most beautiful road in Da Nang, the resort covers an area of 15 hectares and has 111 sea and garden villas that overlook My Khe Beach.
Six Senses Con Dao off the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau was voted “Vietnam’s leading honeymoon resort.”
Stretching along Dat Doc Beach, inside Con Dao National Park, it is the only five-star beach resort in the Con Dao archipelago off Vietnam’s southern coast.
The resort has 50 beach villas, built mainly with natural materials.
Its reputation catapulted to global fame after Hollywood couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie along with their children stayed there in 2011.
InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort was voted “Vietnam’s leading luxury resort.”
Built on the hills of Son Tra Peninsula in Da Nang City, it comes with a private beach stretching 700 meters and an infinity swimming pool.
The resort has 201 luxurious rooms, suites, penthouses, and villas that offer views of sandy beaches and tropical forests covering Son Tra Peninsula, which acts as a natural shield for Da Nang.
Lying only 15 minutes from Phu Quoc International Airport, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort & Spa along Khem Beach was voted “Vietnam’s leading resort.”
It has 234 rooms, suites and stand-alone villas.
Construction of the French-style resort started in 2015, with its doors opening in 2016.
It has four restaurants serving French, Japanese, Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine.
Premier Village Phu Quoc Resort was voted “Vietnam’s leading villa resort.”
The resort opened in 2018 and has 215 villas.
It has an outdoor swimming pool that takes inspiration from terraced rice fields of northern Vietnam.
InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort was named “Vietnam’s leading luxury family resort.”
It has 459 rooms and villas surrounded by green trees that make it an ideal choice for nature lovers.
One of the highlights of the resort is its spa villas made of bamboo and floating on the water surface.
It also has the highest skybar in Phu Quoc with glass doors from where visitors can enjoy a panoramic skyview.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay in the central province of Khanh Hoa was selected “Vietnam’s most romantic resort.”
Located on Ninh Van Bay, around 60 kilometers from Nha Trang, the resort is home to 62 villas surrounded by lush greenery and is one of few resorts in Vietnam to protect troops of critically-endangered black-shanked douc langurs.
The only way to access the resort, around 60 kilometers from Nha Trang, is by boat, which takes around 20 minutes.
Written by By Hoang Phong for E.VnExpress.net with a special touch of Must See In Vietnam Photos courtesy of the resorts
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