Newly-opened Vietnam resorts offer summer retreats

Located in Vietnam’s emerging tourist destinations, these four newly-opened resorts aim to bring tourists new experiences this summer, according to recommendations made by online booking travel agencies.
Photo by Duc Nguyen
Located in Pu Nhu Village in the northern mountainous district of Mu Cang Chai, famous for its terraced rice fields, Garrya Mu Cang Chai Resort will begin receiving guests Aug. 2.
The resort has 110 rooms, allowing guests to admire the beauty of the terraced rice fields. They change color depending on the time of the year, from green in late spring and summer to golden yellow in October during the harvest season.

Situated 1,000m above sea level, and part of the Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range, Mu Cang Chai is home to several ethnic minority peoples. It is about a seven-hour drive northwest of Hanoi.

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While staying at the resort, visitors can participate in activities such as yoga and meditation, as well as experience the culinary traditions of northern highland dishes at the getaway’s restaurant.

Room rates start at VND3.9 million (US$153). Guests who book rooms before July 31 will receive a 30% discount.

Photo courtesy of Garrya Mu Cang Chai


The above picture is a walkway in the resort beside two rows of cherry trees blooming.

From the resort, visitors can easily explore popular spots in Mu Cang Chai such as Mam Xoi Hill, Horseshoe Hill, and Mo Waterfall

In the photo is Mam Xoi Hill in the village of La Pan Tan.

Photo courtesy of Angsana Quan Lan


Tucked away on a pristine, quiet beach on Quan Lan Island in Bai Tu Long Bay, the Angsana Quan Lan Resort boasts 156 rooms.

The resort is designed in a style that blends into nature, with highlights that honor local craft villages.

Photo courtesy of Angsana Quan Lan


From Hanoi, guests travel by road to Ha Long Bay, a world natural wonder recognized by UNESCO, and from there continue to the island by seaplane or speedboat.

The resort begins welcoming guests July 1, with room rates starting from VND1.8 million.

Photo courtesy of Angsana Quan Lan

Enjoying Vietnamese cuisine, chilling at bars overlooking the Gulf of Tonkin, or watching the sunset behind the Tra Ban mountain range are must-try experiences while staying at the resort.

Tourists who are passionate about outdoor activities can try the coastal zipline (pictured), or play golf on a rooftop mini-court.

Quan Lan Island is known for its old village scenery, pristine beaches, primeval forests, steep cliffs and fresh seafood

Photo courtesy of La Festa Phu Quoc


Visitors can explore communal houses, pagodas, and shrines, built by locals on the island hundreds of years ago to pay respect to the gods, kings, and heroes who came there to reclaim land and settle down.

Photo courtesy of La Festa Phu Quoc


La Festa Phu Quoc off the coast of the southern province of Kien Giang opened in December last year. Its design style features Mediterranean accents blended with local cultural elements.

Room rates start from VND3.2 million.

Photo courtesy of La Festa Phu Quoc


The hotel has 197 rooms. In addition, La Festa also offers a panoramic view of Kissing Bridge (pictured), an emerging tourism symbol of Phu Quoc recently praised by CNN.

The hotel is located near tourist spots such as Hoang Hon Town, the Vui Phet beach night market and the Hon Thom cable car.

Photo courtesy of Flamingo Ibiza


Nestled along an one-kilometer-meter coastline in the north central province of Thanh Hoa, Flamingo Ibiza Hai Tien City Resort opened its doors May 4 with 3,500 rooms.

Room rates start from VND2.3 million.

Photo courtesy of Flamingo Ibiza


The buildings are painted eye-catching colors. In this picture, a rooftop swimming pool has been painted vibrant colors.

In addition to the swimming pool, favorite experiences for children are Lala Ice Cream Fairy World, the Lala Kingdom entertainment area, and the Lalamingo park.

Parents can rest at health spas or Japanese-style hot mineral complexes.

Photo courtesy of Flamingo Ibiza

The resort is located 30 minutes from the Thanh Hoa city center, convenient for summer trips by road. The Ninh Binh – Thanh Hoa Expressway has now been completed, shortening travel time from Hanoi to 2 hours.

The newly-opened hotel features luxury designed interiors and nature-friendly beach views.

Source: VNexpress

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