Vietnam Hotels and Accommodation
Stay in our Vietnam hotels and experience this amazing country, where east meets west, where tradition meets modernity and where cultural relics and scenic beauty exist side by side.
Stay in our Vietnam accommodation and explore the capital of Hanoi. While staying in our Hanoi hotels, be sure to visit the Temple of Literature, built in 1070, the Hanoi Citadel, the Hanoi Opera House and the Mausoleum where the embalmed body of Ho Chi Minch is displayed. Also, be sure to visit some of the city's 600 pagodas, especially the famous One Pillar Pagoda, built in 1049.
Relax on the beautiful beaches of "Vietnam’s Mediterranean" by staying in our Nha Trang hotels. The area boasts white sand beaches; deep, calm waters dotted with islands and boasting amazing coral, great for snorkelling or scuba diving. Or stay in our Halong Bay hotels and explore this spectacular bay of limestone pillars, which has been recognised for its scenic beauty by being added to UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Stay in our Hue hotels and explore this amazing city which was the established as the capital of unified Vietnam in 1802. It remained the capital under the Nguyen Dynasty until 1945. During this time Hue was the centre of cultural, political and religious life in Vietnam, and thus there are many ancient relics and sites and the city has been recognised as a World Heritage area.
Experience Central Vietnam by staying in our Da Nang or Hoi An hotels. The area boasts beautiful beaches, rare animal and bird species, as well as many relics of the Sa Huynh and Champa cultures. Visit the Cham Museum to see sculptures dating from the 4th to the 15th century. The museum was built in 1915 in the Cham style, but the most significant example of Cham architecture is My Son, located near Hoi An. Also in the area are the hauntingly beautiful Marble Mountains, also known as the Mountains of the Five Elements (Ngu Hanh Son).
Stay in our Dalat hotels and discover this quaint town in the highlands, which bears the look of an old French town. Dalat was established by the famed French doctor Alexandre Yersin as a place of relaxation, and even though French architecture is prominent in the area, the local tribes and native Vietnamese are now the main inhabitants.
Explore Vietnam's second most important city, by staying in our Ho Chi Minh City hotels. The city boasts numerous attractions including the Ho Chi Minh Museum, the Saigon Water Park, Cu Chi Tunnels (used by rebels during the war) and various other museums, pagodas and cultural relics.
Wherever you go, don't forget to get a flight to Vietnam!
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