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Condé Nast Traveler readers name 5 Vietnam hotels among Asia's top 30

Created 10 October 2021
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Two hotels each in HCMC and Hanoi and one in Hue have been voted among Asia's top 30 by readers of British magazine Condé Nast Traveler.

The Reverie Saigon is designed in European architectural style. Photo courtesy of the hotel.

Park Hyatt Saigon overlooking the Saigon Opera House in downtown HCMC ranked eighth with an overall score of 98.65 out of 100 in the Readers' Choice Awards this year.

InterContinental Hanoi Landmark 72 in Hanoi was in 10th with 98.39.

Azerai La Residence Hotel by the Huong (Perfume) River in Hue in central Vietnam was in 12th with 98.26.

The Reverie Saigon on Nguyen Hue Boulevard in HCMC was 15th with 97.66, and the colonial-era Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, which used to serve as a bomb shelter during the Vietnam War, ranked 27th with 91.66.

The Reverie Saigon is designed in European architectural style. Photo courtesy of the hotel.

The Reverie Saigon is designed in European architectural style. Photo courtesy of the hotel

More than 800,000 Condé Nast Traveler readers submitted responses rating their travel experiences across the globe and sharing their opinions on the top cities, islands, hotels and resorts, cruise ships, spas, airlines, and other topics.

The Readers’ Choice Awards are the longest running recognition of excellence in the travel industry.

 

Source: VNE

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