|Most expensive month:||January|
|Average price in Vietnam:||€82/night|
|Cheapest price found:||€5/night|
|Most expensive day:||Monday|
Bizu Hotel District 1 - City Center - 183 De Tham Street
183 De Tham St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Hotel Nikko Saigon
235 Nguyen Van Cu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Vinpearl Resort & Spa Phu Quoc
Bai Dai, Gach Dau, Phu Quoc, Vietnam
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From palm-fringed beaches and pristine national parks to bustling night markets and ancient temples, Vietnam is a country of incredible diversity. It’s a firm favourite on South East Asia’s Banana Pancake Trail and offers a fascinating history, incredible food and heart-warming hospitality.
Hanoi is a lively city where you can discover more than 1,000 years of history. In the atmospheric Old Quarter, you’ll see handsome French colonial buildings standing alongside traditional wooden shopfronts and ancient Buddhist temples.
Sailing around Halong Bay in a traditional wooden “junk” boat is a signature experience. The soaring limestone islands and emerald bays feel like something from a dream. A short boat ride from Cat Ba Island is Lan Ha Bay, a lesser-known but just as beautiful alternative.
For a fix of sun, sand and saltwater head to Phu Quoc, a postcard-perfect island known for its sugar-white beaches and crystalline water. Sip cocktails at a Long Beach resort or escape to a hidden bay. Divers love exploring the colourful coral reefs just offshore.
Adventure seekers will find plenty of action in UNESCO-protected Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. You can hike through lush tropical rainforests and discover one of the most extensive cave systems in the world. Venture to the Northern Highlands to relax in picturesque mountain towns and discover the rich ethnic diversity of Vietnam on a hill tribe trekking expedition.
Vietnam is a paradise for foodies and serves some of the best cuisine in Southeast Asia. Signature dishes include pho, a flavourful soup featuring rice noodles and herbs. Bahn mi is another local favourite, combining French-inspired crusty baguette with pickled vegetables, fresh coriander and meat. Vietnamese coffee sweetened with condensed milk is always a good way to start your morning.
Taxis are usually the fastest and most comfortable way to get around cities and large towns. Auto-rickshaws, motorbike taxis and cyclos are also an option, as well as long-distance buses. Ho Chi Minh City Airport in Saignon and Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi are the two major airports.
Ha Tinh, Phu Quoc, and Ho Chi Minh City are some of the most favoured places to stay in Vietnam.
Vinpearl Hotel Ha Tinh is a very popular hotel in Vietnam, with a score of 9.1 from 215 reviews. Villa Lien Tho (8.3 from 94 reviews) and Vinpearl Hotel Lang Son (9.0 from 151 reviews) are also highly rated Vietnam hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.
Hotels in Vietnam give you the chance to stay close to the best nightlife in the country. One of the most popular cities for nightlife is Hoi An, which has some very modern clubs despite its ancient streets. Dive Bar in the Old Town is a great place to go for Vietnamese food and a range of cocktails. You can stay at Pho Hoi 1 Hotel, a short walk from this bar. The capital Hanoi also offers a big city nightlife experience. Bai Hoi Junction in the Hang Bo district is somewhere where you can enjoy partying into the early hours. If you want to be a short journey away, you can stay at Hanoi Holiday Diamond Hotel. Another top destination for parting is Ho Chi Minh City, where you can dance into the night at venues like Lush Nightclub. Silverland Sakyo Hotel and Spa will place you close to this club.
There are loads of things to do in Vietnam for families. Take your kids to Asia Park, a vast theme park with rides for all ages. If you want to base yourself a short car journey from the park, you can stay at Minh Toan Galaxy hotel. In Hanoi, you can take your family to the Vinpearl water park to cool down. With a range of slides for all the family, there are hours of fun to be had here. On Phu Quoc Island, you can also visit the Vinpearl Safari, where your kids will love the wildlife on show. You can stay at Chez Carole Beach Resort and Spa if you want to be located close to this attraction.
There are some great things to see in Vietnam. One of the most popular events is Tet Nguyen Dan, which is the Lunar New Year. With events taking place across the whole country, you can pick a city like Nha Trang to celebrate. You can stay at the Sea Light Hotel to be close to the action. Another great thing to do in Vietnam is to take a boat trip on Halong Bay, where there are more than 2000 mini islands. You can stay in a hotel like Saigon Halong Hotel, which will mean you’re close to the harbour. You should also check out the Datanla Waterfall near Dalot, where you can enjoy hiking and swimming. You can stay at Vietnam accommodation such as Terracotta Hotel and Resort Dalat in this scenic area.
There is some great accommodation in Vietnam which puts you close by to beaches. Halong Bay has one of the country’s most picturesque beaches, as it overlooks a range of islands. Phu Quoc also has many scenic beaches where you can enjoy golden sand, palm trees and turquoise waters. Whist Doc Let Beach is also a beautiful beach with miles of white sandy beaches for you to enjoy. Vietnam hotels like L’Alya Ninh Van Bay place you close to beaches in this area.