Indochine Palace lives up to its name with stately columns and luxurious trappings. Come here to see the Hue countryside as well as the city’s 19th-century citadel.
Hue is best known for its central citadel, where the imperial family used to live. Take a road trip just outside of Hue to see the interesting royal tombs. The Tu Duc tomb is the closest to Hue and makes a scenic place to wander. Tu Hieu Pagoda is an elaborate religious site that eunuchs from the Nguyen dynasty helped to build. It's surrounded by Hue’s lush greenery.
Dark wood accents and warm colors make accommodations here feel extra inviting. All of the rooms come with air conditioning. You can help yourself to the minibar. You’ll find the bathroom fully stocked with amenities, including the hotel’s very own signature fragrance.
Order from the convenient room service menu. The hotel also provides a laundry and dry cleaning service. If you brought young travelers with you, talk to the staff about arranging for a babysitter to give you the night off.
Downstairs, you can find a spacious dining room and a lounge. Breakfast is included in your stay.There is a congenial bar where you can order from a long list of drinks. While you stay here, you’ll be surrounded by restaurants and cafes. Plush furniture and colorful accent pieces make the communal spaces attractive places to socialize.
Visit the gym and the swimming pool during your downtime. There’s also a billiards table if you feel like a game. Visit the state-of-the-art fitness center for a workout. The spa has skin treatments that incorporate native ingredients and a Jacuzzi.
Indochine Palace is equipped for large conferences and events. You can also visit the business center to use a computer.
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