Top 12 Luxurious Hotels/ Resorts In Vietnam

1. Amanoi Vinh Hy Bay – Ninh Thuan

Situated on the coast of one of Vietnam’s largest natural conservation sites, Nui Chua National park, lies Amanoi. One of Vietnam’s most salubrious locations. The resort is surrounded by rolling evergreen hills, looking over the East Sea waters of the pristine Vinh Hy Bay. 

Amanoi, a contemporary beachside resort combines wellness and self-indulgence in everything offers and an extensive Aman branded wellness and spa centre.

2. An Lam Retreats Ninh Van Bay – Nha Trang

Rejuvenate your body, mind and soul amongst the natural landscapes of this secluded jungle peninsula at An Lam Retreats Ninh Van Bay. Tranquillity, harmony, and the utmost privacy await you at this perfect destination for those looking to disconnect from the outside world.

A natural stream and beachfront create the perfect environment to relax and enjoy the 37 private eco-friendly timber villas, and each villa is furnished with handcrafted wood furniture that is not only sustainable but also homey.

The resort features its very own Jungle Spa, a perfect place to re-energise your inner peace.

For active customers, you can enjoy some scenic hiking, fishing, or sunset adventures at majestic bay, or complete your stay with a unique dining experience at An Lam stream.

3. An Lam Retreats Saigon River – Ho Chi Minh City

A short 25-minute boat ride from the hectic commercial centre of Ho Chi Minh lies An Lam Retreats Saigon River. The retreat offers a mixed blend of privacy, serenity and barefoot luxury nestled under a shaded tropical canopy.

Whether you’re a couple, family or just friends wanting to embrace the beauty of nature, the 32 spacious villas and suites spread across a well-appointed lush garden and offer a tranquil sanctuary for its guests.

Satisfy your taste buds with a western and Vietnamese fusion restaurant and relax at the outdoor swimming pool or tropical spa, all which offer the perfect escape from city life.

“Än” is the hotels bespoke guests experience manager who will take care of all your needs and requests and will ensure your stay is that bit more enjoyable.

4. The Sofitel Legend Metropole – Hanoi 

Since its opening in 1901, the Sofitel Legend Metropole has been an icon of Hanoi, Vietnam. The property is popular for hosting prestigious events, conferences and a hot destination point for travellers. This is all due to its luxurious interior design such as a neo-classic elegance of the Opera Wing. The hotel location is in the heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter and mere steps away from the Opera House, Hoan Kiem Lake and other landmarks. 

5. Four Season Resort The Nam Hai – Hoian

Inspired by 2,500 years of history, Four Seasons The Nam Hai’s architecture and interior designs present a dramatic play on wind and water inspired by ancient feng shui philosophy and the grandeur of the Tu Duc royal tombs of Hue.

The resort has 100 beach facing villas including 60 one-bedroom villas and 40 pool villas spread over 35 hectares of tropical gardens and along the pristine shoreline of Ha My Beach. Top-notch butlers assigned to each pool villa ensure all guests receive unsurpassed hospitality with expectations exceeded.

The property’s open kitchens, world-class chefs and culturally designed dining outlets epitomise luxury of the Four Seasons brand. Combined with the uniqueness of the property’s The Heart of the Earth Spa, offering one-of-a-kind treatments including a crystal singing bowls harmonic technique, add to the elements that define this unique property.


6. Banyan Tree Lăng Cô – Danang

Set beside a crescent-shaped bay sandwiched between the sparkling East Sea and Truong Son mountains, multi-award winning Banyan Tree Lăng Cô offers the ultimate in privacy, unparalleled exclusivity and unspoilt natural beauty. Part of the Laguna Lăng Cô integrated complex, this five-star all-pool villa resort is designed and conceptualised for the sophisticated traveller, yet is recognised for its commitment to stringent environmental practices and social responsibilities, including EarthCheck certification.

The stunning collection of 49 lagoon, hill view or beach villas feature private pools, sun decks and generous living spaces, each inspired by the cultural legacies of former Vietnamese dynasties and architectural style of Hue’s traditional houses. With numerous restaurants throughout the complex, plus signature Destination Dining experiences, guests can enjoy countless culinary options, while diverse outdoor activities range from boat excursions to Sir Nick Faldo-designed 18-hole golf course. This luxurious hideaway also makes an ideal base to explore Central Vietnam’s UNESCO-listed World Heritage Sites in Hue, Hoi An and My Son.

7. Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort – Danang

Known for being just as much as a work of art as it is a resort, the five-star InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is hidden in the myth-filled hills of Monkey Mountain. The hotel boasts four magical levels, Heaven, Sky, Earth and Sea by the famous architect Bill Bensley, who has reinvented Vietnamese design in this magnificent property, combining both myth and highlighting history of the land. The hotel is located on 39 hectares (96 acres) of stepped gardens and a private beach, ensures all 201 rooms enjoy dramatic sea views. Unparalleled amenities and complete pampering personal service all greet you from the moment you arrive and lets not forget the artistic culinary delights that are available at La Maison 1888, with world acclaimed chef Pierre Gagnaire at the helm.

8. JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Phu Quoc

A hidden paradise of Vietnam and home to this pristine beach idyllic getaway retreat. The JW Marriott Emerald Bay promotes an early 20th design by Bill Bensley with exquisite detail in all 234 rooms, suites and villas. Based on the mythical concept “Lamarck University” the hotel offers a world of fantasies of resort campus living. Boasting contemporary bars and five restaurants, the chefs prepare authentic flavours from the finest ingredients and produce sourced locally enabling customers the most culinary experiences. The hotel also differs from many other resorts with its very own private beachfront, so you can experience and explore many water activities, or for those who wish to relax and indulge themselves with ultimate pampering, Spa by JW is the place for you.

9. Anantara Quy Nhon

Surrounded by mountains on three sides overlooking Quy Nhon Bay, five-star Anantara Quy Nhon Villas offers seclusion and a luxurious gateway to the hidden treasures of this relatively undiscovered central region. Cascading down landscaped tropical gardens fronting a private beach, the 26 beachfront and ocean view villas seamlessly blur into the natural environment and merge locally sourced materials and traditional craftsmanship with well-appointed modernity. Each of the one or two-bedroom villas indulge with a dedicated butler, private infinity pool and panoramic bay views through floor-to-ceiling windows. Dining at this gourmet destination comes inspired by the ocean surrounds and abundance of fresh seafood.

A pioneer for the region, this boutique all-villa sanctuary focuses on guest wellness, with visiting practitioners and wellness programmes, plus holistic alternative therapies administered at cliff-side treatment pavilions. Anantara also hosts a range of daily resort activities and cultural and artistic performances showcasing Vietnam’s rich diversities and heritage. Beyond, ancient Champa-era ruins, fishing villages and uninhabited islands are waiting to be discovered.

10.  Hotel Royal Hoi An MGallery – Hoian

Strategically positioned beside Hoi An’s majestic Old Town and bordered by tranquil Thu Bon River, Hotel Royal Hoi An – MGallery brings a touch of five-star luxury to this UNESCO World Heritage Site. This MGallery-brand boutique hotel beautifully captures the essence of this 16th century port town’s architecture, exquisite beauty and centuries-old love story of a Japanese merchant who married a Vietnamese Princess. Elegant decorations and intuitive architecture skillfully balance delicate Japanese touches with Vietnamese culture and Indochine-inspired design.

Each of the 187, beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites merge historic charm with modern comforts, with many providing a private balcony to admire the river or Old Town views. The Royal Executive Lounge offers a new level of refined services and exclusive experiences for discerning leisure and business travellers, including those booked in the opulent Presidential Suite.  Dining options reflect Hoi An’s multi-cultural culinary heritage, while the rooftop bar-lounge offers unparalleled views of the Thu Bon River and an infinity pool.

11. Park Hyatt Saigon – Ho Chi Minh City

Park Hyatt Saigon offers exceptional standards in service, design and cuisine, fusing contemporary values with a definitive Vietnamese character. This elegant French colonial-style hotel is comprised of a mix of 245 guest rooms and suites. It redefines urban luxury with a sophisticated design, handcrafted detail and modern day comforts.

The attentive yet discreet staff offer a warm welcome and incredible service, while beautiful Vietnamese art pieces complement the sophisticated colonial style. World-class facilities include an outdoor pool nestled in beautifully landscaped gardens and an elegant Xuan Spa, which offers blissful relaxation after a day spent exploring the city’s main attractions, which are all within easy reach.

12. Hotel De La Coupole Mgallery – Sapa

Hotel de la Coupole – MGallery is a Bill Bensley masterpiece designed by fusing the local culture, French history and vibrant ambiance of Sapa into one impressive property. Boasting incomparable views of the Sapa valley and the famous rice fields, the Hotel De La Coupole Sapa with 249 rooms, will become the new benchmark of luxury in this up and coming destination and will change its perception across the region.

Design inspiration from the minority tribes of Sapa and French Haute Couture welcomes you with an enchanting mix of fashion, culture and heritage. All rooms have spacious balconies where one can view Sapa’s landscape, town square or hotel courtyard.

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