You’ll quickly fall under Vietnam’s spell with its dazzling cities shrouded in history, bustling life on the Mekong River, energetic markets, fascinating fishing towns and stunning coasts adorned with amazing bays and indescribable islands.

A luxury holiday in Vietnam will take you beyond the ancient scenery of Hanoi in the north and dynamic southern metropolis Ho Chi Minh to discover wild jungle-clad provinces and unspoilt beaches peppered with towering limestone outcrops.

Vietnam’s myriad of enriching experiences cements it as a firm-favourite of ours for those looking to experience South East Asia.

A few of our top highlights include exploring the once-lost caves of Hang Son Doong – so big sixty-eight airplanes could fit, learning about the hill tribes in Sapa, and wandering the street food markets to try the real flavours of Vietnam – crickets and scorpions included. Board a private boat to cruise the jade-coloured waters pausing at floating villages and for kaleidoscopic snorkelling and watching a traditional water puppet show.

A luxury holiday in Vietnam promises the most unique and memorable experiences for all, be it with family or friends.  

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Luxury Vietnam holidays & honeymoons

Let us inspire you with our luxury Vietnam holidays & honeymoons. All our holidays are tailor-made, this means you can completely customise your itinerary to suit your interests and preferences. If you have a specific idea in mind or just want to chat through your options, we’d love to hear from you so please get in touch.

12 days Nov-Apr

Vietnam in style

Journey across Vietnam in style, from Hanoi to Saigon on this twelve-day trip where you’ll discover its fascinating cultural heritage and captivating natural wonders as you delve deep into the history of this vibrant South East Asian country.

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12 days Nov-Apr

Luxury Vietnam honeymoon

Vietnam may be a thin sliver of a country but it’s somewhere jam-packed with once-in-a-lifetime memories, spanning from its top to its toe, fit for any honeymoon.

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    Vietnam hotel recommendations


    Ginger Cruise, Lan Ha Bay

    The Ginger is a Heritage Line’s new vessel cruising Lan Ha Bay, one of the most peaceful parts of the famous Halong Bay in Vietnam. The boat has elegant suites, naturally light-flooded, and a luxury atmosphere with warm timber floors and marble bathrooms. On board, they also offer exquisite cuisine, an indoor bar as well as a pool on the terrace deck.


    Hotel Royal Hoi An, Hoi An

    Inspired by the rich heritage of Hoi An town and the love story between Sotaro and Wakaku, Hotel Royal Hoi An is an iconic 5-star hotel in the heart of the city. Combining the delicacy of Japanese touch and the luxury of Indochina architecture, this hotel is the first and only MGallery property in Hoi An, as well as a proud member of the elite collection in Vietnam.


    Emeralda Ninh Binh Resort, Ninh Binh

    Located about 30 minutes by car from Ninh Binh city, sitting on the edge of the Van Long Nature Reserve, a primeval tropical forest, is the Emeralda Resort. Styled after a traditional Vietnamese village with large sized bungalows, the Emeralda offers a charming environment and a perfect base for exploring the Ninh Binh area.


    Park Hyatt Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City

    You can’t get a more well-placed hotel in Saigon than the Park Hyatt. Just moments from some of Saigon’s most iconic sights like the Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Reunification Palace, the hotel itself expertly showcases French colonial architecture. The hotel was also used as a US base during the Vietnam War and the regular broadcasts made from there by DJ Adrian Cronauer were immortalised by Robin Williams in the hit film Good Morning, Vietnam.


    Four Seasons The Nam Hai, Hoi An

    The Four Seasons The Nam Hai blows your socks off the moment you walk into its lobby, greeting you with a stunning tribute to traditional Vietnamese architecture, with silver-hued stone, pagoda-style roofs and bejewelled lanterns hanging from palm trees. The resort’s location also wows, with sprawling tropical gardens and twenty five miles of platinum-blonde sand just begging to be strolled along, where you might bump into a fisherman hauling in his daily catch.

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