Our tailor-made specialists have extensively travelled and researched Vietnam to find the best hotels so you don’t have to. Be charmed by Hanoi’s French colonial-era masterpiece buildings that have been lovingly converted, experience true intimate luxury on a private beach at Con Dao, and enjoy boutique retreats across Central Vietnam’s coastal region. Call one of our consultants today to begin planning your luxury Vietnam holiday and see how just some of the hotels below could fit in with your plans.
Six Senses Con Dao
Tropical island getaway where barefoot luxury abounds and exquisite beachfront lodgings allure the senses. The villas have private pools and attentive butlers at your service so you won’t have to do more than turn the pages of your book, unless you want to.
Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi
Without a doubt the best hotel in Hanoi, and a grande dame of Southeast Asia, this fine hotel is centrally located in the city’s French Quarter. While its sumptuous, elegant interiors speak to another era, the hotel effortlessly blends old-world glamour with modernity.
Four Seasons The Nam Hai
This ultra-luxurious all-villa property from the Four Seasons group sits on a world-class beach with a divine oceanfront pool. The villas are as extravagant as you would expect and there are three top-notch restaurants and two utterly stylish bars.
Azerai La Residence Hue
Immerse yourself in history in this three-storey riverside mansion in the old imperial city of Hue. Oozing class and sophistication, this Art Deco masterpiece is the best hotel in town with extremely well-appointed accommodation and an award-winning spa.
Park Hyatt Saigon
The grandest hotel in the city with newly renovated guest rooms and suites, all in a first-rate location on Lam Son Square. You’ll be hard pushed to find better accommodation and with lots of fabulous eateries and an indulgent spa it’s easy to see why it’s won myriad awards.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay
Accessible only by boat, the gloriously private Six Senses resort on Ninh Van Bay is an oasis of tranquillity and irrefutable luxury featuring 59 thatched villas located in either in the jungle, beachside or over the sea. Did we mention each villa has its own private pool?
Fusion Maia Da Nang
Indulgent pampering awaits you in Vietnam’s first spa-inclusive retreat where every irresistible treatment is complimentary. The resort’s concept of fusing healthy living with extravagant luxury makes for a holistic wellness experience like no other.
Anantara Hoi An
Overlooking the Thu Bon River, the Anantara is just a short stroll from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hoi An. The rooms and suites here are arranged over two and three storey French colonial style buildings, adding further appeal to a lovely location.
In the breath-taking natural setting of Vinh Hy Bay with its unusual rock formations and pristine coastline the accommodation here is utterly stylish, set in pavilions designed to look like traditional Vietnamese village houses dotted high on the hillside.
An Lam Saigon River
A fusion of traditional Vietnamese architecture and contemporary refinement, you’ll feel cocooned in luxury at the exquisite riverside retreat of An Lam. With sumptuous villas and suites, some with private plunge pool, it’s a world away from the city.
Hotel de l'Opera Hanoi
Showcasing theatrical glamour with French colonial accents, this extravagant hotel located opposite Hanoi’s Opera House aims to impress with its flamboyantly stylish interiors, fabulous restaurants and a decadent bar that embodies Paris at the turn of the 20th century.
A romantic experience awaits you aboard the Princess Junk, where you can have your own private adventure from this exclusive one-suite vessel. The boat is perfect for two to explore one of Vietnam’s most iconic destinations, Halong Bay.
Explore the caves, islands and bays of mystical Halong Bay in a first-class authentic Vietnamese junk. Tastefully decorated with more than a nod to 1930s Indochine styling and fashion, the junk has six ultra-luxe cabins and suites, all with private butler.