5 best hotels and resorts in Vietnam as voted by The Times – a British newspaper

The Times introduced the 5 best hotels & resorts in Vietnam for a wellness retreat.

1. Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai – Best For Romance

The resort spreads over 35 hectares and overlooks Ha My Beach in the central of Quang Nam province. The Times described the resort as ‘best for romance’.

Surrounded by coconut palms and green trees, Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai has 100 villas and eight separate spa rooms all designed in traditional Vietnamese style.

The resort has its own vegetable garden and uses eco-friendly materials. At the heart of the resort is a small temple where fishermen pray for peace before each voyage.

2. Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho – Best For A Secret Retreat

Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho on a secluded peninsula in the central of Phu Yen province is described as ‘best for a secret retreat’. The resort has 73 suites and villas wearing the architecture of traditional Vietnamese villages with thatched roofs and woven bamboo walls.

Its interior decorations highlight unique local culture with items like dried calabash gourds, traditional braided baskets and coconut shell tools made by local artisans.

3. Capella Hanoi Hotel – Best For Drama

Located on Le Phung Hieu Street, Capella Hanoi Hotel is described as ‘best for drama’.

The hotel has 47 rooms and suites, each individually styled with operatic artefacts and custom portraiture that pay tribute to legendary Opera artists, composers, designers and performances. Each has a balcony, overlooking Hoan Kiem Lake.

4. Tam Coc Garden Resort – Best For Country Living

Located in Ninh Binh Province, around two hours to the east of Hanoi, is hailed by The Times as ‘best for country living’. The resort is in Hai Nham Village of Hoa Lu District, around 5km from Bich Dong Pagoda and Tam Coc Area.

One of the highlights of the resort is the surrounding rice fields, ancient villages and fruit orchards.

5. An Lam Retreat Ninh Van Bay – Best For Nature

Located on a secluded peninsula in Ninh Van Bay – Khanh Hoa province, the only way to reach the resort is by boat. An Lam Retreat Ninh Van Bay has 37 villas made of eco-friendly materials like wood and bamboo. The Times described it as ‘best for nature’.

Source: Vnexpress International