Hanoi (Hoan Kiem)
A charming little hotel full of character and antiques. Oriental throws adorn the beds, whilst exposed brickwork give rooms a vintage feel. Unbeatable location slap bang in the busy old quarter is a bonus whilst the tranquil roof terrace allows you to get away from it all. Delicious local cuisine.
Hanoi (Hoan Kiem)
A small, and perfectly formed, boutique hotel in the heart of the Old Quarter. Chic rooms feature hardwood floors, clean design and large double windows leading onto private balconies. A real gem of a hotel, at an excellent price, to explore the city from.
Ho Chi Minh City (Phu Nhuan District)
An elegant boutique hotel, slightly off the beaten track. The decor focusses around their extensive library, with flashes of colonial French accents. Comfortable and stylish rooms with classic and fresh look. An unusual and pleasing find. The Bookmark restaurant is popular amongst guests.
Ho Chi Minh City (District 3)
A quaint 70 year old French villa where charming rooms have been lovingly decorated to reflect Provencal life. Think pastel yellow exteriors with white shutters and wrought iron balconies. Enjoy Vietnamese and European breakfast at a rustic wooden table. An oasis of calm in a bustling city.
Tropical paradise with private beach, this newly opened heavenly hideaway is exceptional in every way. Award winning architect, divine breezy suites, each with Pacific views. Family orientated, children's rooms. Contemplate the ocean, relax with a coffee grain or coconut oil massage. Pure indulgence
Just minutes from Nha Trang town centre yet it feels like an isolated oasis. Romantic beachfront villas with muslin drapes, private balconies and views across the bay. Wonderful local, regional, and international cuisine. Specialty Vietnamese treatments in the Six Senses Spa. Paradise!
Traditional Vietnamese architecture and decor with modern twists and amenities. Exposed brick and wood give it an eco feel. Rooms made for lounging in and extensive spa treatments ensure a relaxing stay. Foodies can get a taste of rural Vietnam by trying their hand at a cooking class.
Hue's most luxurious hotel. A large Indochine era property on the banks of Perfume River. The rooms are simple yet elegantly designed and the suites large and airy. The restaurant's food is noteworthy and the pool exceptionally large. The perfect base for exploring Hue's ancient sites in style.
Phu Quoc (Phú Quốc)
A hamlet of thatched huts spread across a wild garden, sloping down to the private beach, on Phu Quoc island. Private huts with luxurious open air bathrooms, well situated terraces and netted fourposter beds. Cuisine and views are second to none. Simple, beautiful and wonderfully unspoilt.
Phu Quoc (Duong To Commune)
Ten minutes from the airport, the Salinda Resort blends traditional Asian charm with cutting edge design, all on a beautiful tropical island. A magical retreat from everyday life, with a serious injection of style. Stylish rooms feature state of the art bathrooms and private balconies.
Da Lat (Lâm Đồng)
A collection of villas dotted amidst the surrounding Da Lat hills, boasting stunning views. Decorated in a French colonial style rooms feature capacious four posters, antique furnishings and roll-top tubs with open fire places. Gourmet and private dining, plus a spa, completes the package.
Da Lat (Phường 3)
A unique converted palace set in five acres of gardens, overlooking Xuan Huong Lake. Traditional rooms with fireplaces, large beds and fine artwork throughout. The decor evokes a glamorous 1920's French colonial vibe as does the menu. Elegance throughout.
Hoi An (Quang Nam Province,)
Delightful boutique hotel on the banks of the Thu Bon river, in a historic part of Hoi An. Light and airy rooms feature separate seating areas, private balconies and jacuzzi tubs. There is an inviting outdoor pool and spa plus fine dining at Lanterns restaurant. A stylish city setting.
Hoi An (Quảng Nam,)
Equal parts immaculate and stylish. A beach hotel that's great for families or couples. Contemporary Vietnamese artwork adorns the walls alongside hand spun silks & polished local wood. Rooms are palatial with state of the art bathrooms. Plus three pools, four tennis courts, a spa and fine dining.