Huong Giang is a large resort near the banks of the Perfume River. Go here for an opulent experience a short distance from the city’s ancient citadel.
You can leave from the banks of the Perfume River for tours of the some of the area’s most interesting cultural and religious sites. The Thien Mu Pagoda is Hue’s most famous pagoda. Climb up the many steps to the main tower and wander around the grounds, which still serve as a working monastery. The boat ride there is a scenic way to see the Hue countryside. Since Hue served as the capital city for many years, you can also visit some impressive royal tombs. The Tomb of Emperor Minh Mang is an elaborate example, with a complex of 40 buildings.
This resort has four luxury restaurants. These are old-school chic, with fancy table linens and gold cutlery. While you’re here you can try the city’s well-known delicacies. There’s a daily breakfast buffet included in your stay.
Your visit begins with a welcome drink. There is a swimming pool surrounded by comfortable loungers and a garden. Sidle up to the poolside bar and get a fruity happy hour cocktail. Guests who want to maintain a fitness regime can visit the on-site health club.
Rooms have designs inspired by traditional design and polished wood floors. All of the rooms are equipped with international direct dial telephones and a satellite TV. Guests can help themselves to the tea and coffee making facilities. Each room has a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.
This enormous hotel has ample room for events and meetings. The conference center comes with audio-visual equipment. Banquet halls have room for 50 to 500 people.
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