Asia’s best value destination! Vietnam is a good place to stay for travelers!

Asia’s best value destination! Vietnam is a good place to stay for travelers!

Updated on August 12, 2022 11:20 AM by Ella Bina

Regent Phu Quoc - $365per night!

Phu Quoc is a UNESCO-designated World Biosphere Reserve and the home of the first resort in Southeast Asia. Regent Phu Quoc, located near Long Beach, offers 176 suites and 126 villas in tranquil tropical surroundings and an ocean view. It is a villa with a range of one bedroom to the seen bedroom where all large extended family and friends can enjoy luxuries. You can choose your favorite from six restaurants and on the food front bars.

Related: Top new Vietnam hotel openings in 2019

Wink Hotel Saigon Centre - $70 per night!

Wink Hotel Saigon Center is opened in 2021 and targets young, local Vietnamese. They offer luxury hotel rooms with space efficiency and no expense spared inside them. A Paris-based agency designed this hotel with luxury mattresses, fine linens, and a power shower. Wink honors Vietnam’s famous food culture through Wink Carts for easy breakfast and lunches.

Maia Resort Quy Nhon - $185 per room!

The resort is in the city of Quy Nhon, and most international travelers are not familiar with this resort. This Maia Resort is famous for foodies. It has 94 villas with a beautiful wide and long sandy beach view. The resort's chefs are excellent renditions of local dishes and are familiar with global comfort food, so you can enjoy all types of food inside the resort.



Anantara Quy Nhon Villas!

The resort offers 26 sleek one and two-bedroom villas across seven hectares of tropical gardens. The restaurant's signature celebrates seafood cooked over an open flame, and you are never far from a bite. The look was very beautiful with white sand beach and emerald waves beyond.

Capella Hanoi - $300!

The Vietnamese capital is the home of Capella Hanoi, a boutique hotel with 47 bedrooms designed by American architect Bill Bensley to celebrate the world of opera. The hotel restaurant with backstage, and a salon called Diva's with glamorous tableware set designs and costumes. The hotel has immersive experiences featuring landmarks like the Temple of the Hade Mound and the French Quarter.

Related : 

add Block

What's New : Entertainment