Michelin Guide’s top 10 luxury hotels in Vietnam20/07/2023
The Michelin Guide has recommended 10 luxury hotels in Vietnam for travelers seeking exquisite accommodation. Nha Trang, Hanoi, and Hue have the highest number of hotels featured.
These selections are based on expert and visitor ratings across four categories: the resort’s public spaces, accommodation quality, services, and overall guest experiences.
The room rates provided were surveyed by the Michelin Guide in July, but guests are advised to directly contact the hotels for the most accurate rates.
Situated in Lang Co Town, Phu Loc District, Thua Thien Hue, this coastal resort offers 82 villas with private pools, overlooking the East Sea and the Annamite Range. It is approximately 60 kilometers from three UNESCO-recognized cultural heritages: Hoi An Ancient Town, Hue Citadel, and My Son Sanctuary. Room rates start from VND8.5 million ($250) per night.
This resort, regarded for its eco-friendly ethos, is a three-minute walk from East Beach and a 25-minute drive from Cam Ranh International Airport. Surrounded by lush gardens and a private palm-fringed beach, it offers a retreat tucked away in the quiet hills. Room rates start from VND4.5 million ($190) per night.
Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai is in Dien Ban Commune, Quang Nam Province, just 15 minutes away from Hoi An. This resort boasts modern and minimalist villas that stretch along a palm-fringed beach. Room rates start from VND17 million ($716) per night.
Situated on Ninh Van Bay, a 20-minute boat ride from Nha Trang, this resort offers a coastal location that provides privacy and luxury. The Michelin Guide also appreciates its proximity to the sea. Featuring 59 accommodations designed in eco-chic fashion, each villa offers a private plunge pool. Room rates start from VND17 million ($710) per night.
Located in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City, this hotel features French colonial-style architecture and is praised for its prime city center location. The hotel, opened in 2005, embraces traditional Vietnamese elements and motifs while maintaining a contemporary aesthetic. Room rates start from VND6.3 million ($265) per night.
This hotel, built in 1901 and situated in the heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, exudes a charming Parisian ambiance. Divided into two blocks, it offers 364 rooms, each with its own unique style. The hotel’s highlights include an outdoor swimming pool, as well as a spa and fitness center for guests to unwind and stay active. Room rates start from VND6.5 million ($260) per night.
Located on Da Nang Beach, this resort, which was reconstructed from the Fusion Maia resort, focuses on physical and mental health care programs. It features an array of facilities, including 22 treatment rooms, two beauty treatment rooms, a steam room, a sauna, and a large swimming pool. Room rates start from VND13 million ($550) per night.
This resort, representing Khanh Hoa Province, offers tranquil beaches that are considered among the most beautiful in Southeast Asia. Reaching the resort requires a one-hour car ride from the airport followed by a boat trip. Room rates start from VND7 million ($295) per night.
This hotel is situated by West Lake, just a 10-minute drive from the center of Hanoi. The Michelin Guide suggests exploring the hotel’s surroundings, which offer a variety of dining options, including a French brasserie, a Vietnamese restaurant, and an Italian restaurant serving wood-fired pizza. Room rates start from over VND3 million ($125) per night.
Located on a 2.5-hectare area by the Perfume River in the ancient capital of Hue, this hotel features over 120 rooms. The mansion showcases the hallmark of streamlined modern art deco architecture with its facade, long horizontal lines, and nautical touches. The property also boasts a tropical garden and a salt-water swimming pool. Room rates start from VND4.7 million ($200) per night.