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Seldom does one experience a culture so authentically as in Vietnam’s major cities, or witness such profound natural beauty as one does on Vietnam’s beaches, or feel so at peace as one does in Vietnam’s wonderful selection of spa hotels: from the vibrant capital Hanoi to the financial powerhouse Ho-Chi-Minh-City, from the world-famous Da Nang beach to the perfectly still waters of Ha Long Bay, a spa hotel will ensure you are perfectly set up to get the most of your stay in this diverse and amazing place.

Spa Hotels Vietnam

When it comes to natural beauty, nowhere has Vietnam beat — this where you’ll find landscapes like out of a dream, from breathtaking beaches to rolling countrysides, from the “Roof of Indochina” Fansipan Mountain to the unbelievably beautiful Con Dao island. A spa hotel ensures you’ll get the most of your experience in this tranquil and culturally rich location. Some with a private beach, most with sprawling pools and hot tubs, and all with first-rate spa centers, these establishments take wellness seriously and act as a perfect complement to a replenishing stay.

Where to stay at a spa hotel in Vietnam? Top locations at a glance:

Middle Vietnam: World’s-best Da Nang & more beautiful coastline

© Fusion Maia Resort Central or Middle Vietnam is known for its out-of-this-world natural beauty and amazing beaches, perfectly developed for a relaxing and enriching holiday. The spa hotels in Middle Vietnam are extremely luxe, most located directly on a fine-sanded beaches and some even with personal, private pools connected to each suite. My Khe beach outside of Da Nang was named one of world’s six most beautiful by Forbes Magazine; it’s easy to see why at this perfect location backed by the soft rolling mountains, blessed with water bluer than you’ve ever seen, and covered with fine white sand – the kind you want in your socks. Elsewhere along the central coast, find spa hotels built in the classic Vietnamese style, homing in on a confluence between European and Asian architectural traditions. If you’ve somehow had enough of the hot-air saunas, steam rooms, jacuzzis, and infinity pools at your spa hotel, the city of Da Nang is worth a visit for first-rate cuisine, a bustling nightlife scene of clubs and bars, and a suite of exciting marketplaces like Han Market and Con Market. Also in the region is Vietnam’s Demilitarized Zone, the Imperial Citadel and royal tombs of Hue, and the special spirit of Hoi An, a UNESCO-listed coastal city home to a well-preserved ancient town and the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge.

Ho-Chi-Minh-City & Southern Vietnam: Discovery in the big city & coastal dreamscapes

Those looking to strike the perfect balance between the excitement of a city break and a slow-paced, wellness-oriented holiday should head to a spa hotel in Ho-Chi-Minh-City, or Saigon as it is commonly referred. Whether right in the center, looking out over the cityscape from a skyscraper, or in a quieter part of town, sitting pretty in a converted Taoist temple, Saigon itself offers nonstop excitement — this is Vietnam’s commercial hub and an energy of discovery emanates. A spa hotel is the perfect place to wind down from a day spent in the thick of it. Outside of the city on Southern Vietnam’s serene coastline and islands, settle in at a sprawling resort in the beautiful countryside or at a spa hotel right on the pristine beach. In the slow-paced Mekong Delta, life exists on the water and the rolling farmland is a sight to behold. Down on the beach of Mui Ne, practice your kiting skills in the company of nonstop sunshine and a long history of fishing. Try your hand at kitesurfing, go for a bike ride along the sandy coast, or while away a day or two with a glass of Bia hơi (unpasteurized beer originating in Northern Vietnam). Con Dao is a tiny archipelago off the coast of Southern Vietnam — not many visitors make it there, but if you do, you’re in for a treat. This paradise of hidden beaches and dreamy hotels is a prime location for much-needed self-rejuvenation.

Hanoi & Northern Vietnam: Lively capital city & otherworldly landscapes

© Paradise Suites Hotel The spa hotels in Hanoi are royal in every sense of the world — like the vibrant city, they operate at the meeting point of old and new, traditional and innovative. Vietnam’s lively capital city has its roots in Southeast Asian, Chinese, and French influences and is home to the famously mystical Hoan Kiem Lake, an abundance of restaurants serving up the best Banh Mi you’ll ever have, and a suite of fascinating museums including that of the Hoa Lo Prison, which sheds light on the history of US-American prisoners of war in Vietnam as well as the Vietnamese struggle for independence in the 50s. Your spa hotel in the center or straddling the Red River will exceed all standards of luxury, boasting sprawling pool complexes, amazing spa centers, and/or world-class in-house dining. Outside of the city, Northern Vietnam is host to some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes, including the famous Ha Long Bay, which is extraordinary in its spectacularity, and the mountain town of Sapa, one of the area’s many hill tribes and home to the mighty Love Waterfall and sensational views over rice fields and mountain peaks. The northernmost Ha Giang Province is one of Vietnam’s more remote areas; it shares a border with China and is characterized by magical, bright green countryside and mind-boggling mountain-scapes.

Getting there

There are three main airports in Vietnam, Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi (HAN), Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Saigon (SGN), and Da Nang International Airport (DAD), to which you can fly from most places in Europe. It is not recommended that you rent a car and drive yourself around Vietnam; this should be left to the locals. If are set on renting a car, know that it will be very expensive and difficult to manage. Instead, there are agencies which rent out cars with drivers. Train travel is also possible and quite affordable.

Good to know: Visa

Note that you will need to get a tourist visa to enter Vietnam — this 30-day visa begins on the day of issuance, so you should make sure to get it as close to your travel date as possible.

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