Pan Pacific Hanoi
Situated in Central Hanoi, the Superior First-Class Pan Pacific Hanoi forms a recognized landmark, tucked in between West Lake and the Red River. It contains 317 tastefully decorated rooms, showcasing wall-to-wall windows which provides guests panoramic views of the city. The hotel has two restaurants, three bars and offers complimentary wireless Internet in public areas. It's the only hotel in Hanoi that features a fitness center with an all-weather swimming pool and spa. All guest rooms offer genuine sophistication with luxury French bathroom amenities, LCD TV, complimentary
in-room broadband Internet access, a daily newspaper, fully-stocked
minibar and nightly turndown services.
InterContinental Asiana Saigon
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
The Deluxe InterContinental Asiana Saigon enjoys a prime location in the center of Ho Chi Minh City, just a short stroll from such landmarks as Notre Dame Cathedral and the Saigon Opera House, and not far from the Saigon Zoo & Botanical Gardens. This 5-star luxury hotel also boasts three international restaurants, spectacular views of Saigon from the InterContinental Club Lounge, an on-site spa, health and fitness center, Concierge services, and much more. Its 305 well-appointed rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, elegant marble bathrooms with a walk-in shower and separate tub, air-conditioning, cable/satellite TV, phone with voicemail, high-speed Internet access, minibar, coffee-maker, in-room safe, iron and ironing board.
Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Located near the magnificent Angkor Wat World Heritage Site, this Deluxe hotel beautifully combines Khmer and French architectural design and boasts landscaped gardens, five restaurants, two bars, an indulgent spa, Cambodia's largest free-form swimming pool, and a world-class golf course. Amenities include a barber/hair stylist, concierge services, laundry/dry cleaning service, currency exchange, gift shop, and room service. Your room includes air-conditioning, phone, safe, TV, high-speed Internet access, minibar, balcony/terrace, and coffee-maker.
Le Méridien Chiang Mai
Le Méridien Chiang Mai blends classic European style and forward thinking originality with reflections of ancient Lanna culture and heritage. Multi-sensory elements stimulate the imagination and inspire local discovery. Conceptual lighting, fragrance and soundtracks, as well as scenes of visual intrigue and an interactive lobby hub, reveal a new kind of travel experience.
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Bhaya Cruise, Traditional Junk
Bhaya Cruises offers a fleet of new vessels with a direct link to Vietnamese imperial history. A true traveler of his time, the Vietnamese Emperor Khai Dinh defied the custom of taking thousands of courtiers on a royal trip. In 1917, he took just 12 of his most trusted advisers on a very exceptional trip to Halong Bay, and his vessel was one of the most wonderful wooden junks to have sailed these waters. Inspired by the romantic landscape of the limestone karst islands rising out of the emerald-green waters, Khai Dinh commissioned a poem in praise of the Bay’s beauty to be carved on the cliff of Dau Go Cave.
The embodiment of an ancient Halong dream, the Bhaya vessels are a flawless combination of traditional Vietnamese aesthetic delicacy and western luxury and comfort. Sailing in the midst of the wonder and natural beauty that distinguishes Halong Bay, the Bhaya vessels play a considerable role in the embellishment and protection of this glorious World Heritage Site.
Each Bhaya Classic vessel has just 20 cabins with hotel-style beds and European linen and duvets to ensure intimate privacy and comfort for all guests. Deluxe cabins offer all the amenities necessary for you to feel comfortable, including twin beds (convertible into double bed) or a queen bed, air conditioner, wall fan, refrigerator, and en-suite bathroom with shower. Each features a picture window, providing added light and memorable views.
Luang Prabang, Laos
Located in the most tranquil area of Luang Prabang, the Xiengthong Palace Hotel is one of the few hotels in the world that was once a royal palace. Set beside a Buddhist monastery and facing the Mekong River, this hotel offers luxury amidst tranquility — and is within walking distance of the city’s shopping district and the popular markets. Guest rooms feature air-conditioning and heating, cable TV, telephone, minibar, iron and ironing board, safe, and private bath.