Planning a trip to Vietnam? Are you desirous of knowing the best ways of resting your weary head after a long day of sightseeing or work? With no dearth of accommodation facilities, Vietnam beckons with a host of high-end as well as budget options and is a great destination for tourists of all ages and from all walks of life. Here we rush you through a few of the best spas and resorts of Vietnam.
La Veranda Resort, Vietnam
The country’s largest island, Phu Quoc, ranks high on the tourist radar. However, it has managed to retain its small-town essence that managed to draw intrepid travelers to its serene and balmy shores. La Veranda Resort -an elegant two-story haven for nature lovers and family vacationers radiates French charm -one that succeeds in taking you back to the colonial era. With airy and well equipped rooms complete with net-draped beds; panoramic views of oceans and tropical gardens; dining areas serving Pan Pacific cuisines long verandas beneath lazy ceiling fans; a clubby lounge bar boasting of scarlet walls-this resort surely attracts, and in many more ways than one. (image by La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc)
Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa, Puerto Rico
Occupying a prime oceanfront property, Copamarina lures tourists to Puerto Rico’s less-explored southern coastlines, palm-fringed beaches and over 20 acres of well landscaped tropical gardens. If at all there are any shortcomings in the designs of Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa, it is more than made up by the region’s exotic settings. This recently updated resort offers the many benefits of an on-site spa, several pools and two seafood-oriented restaurants. If you would like to venture farther afield, then reach out to the seaside town of Guánica, located within walking distance of this very popular resort, delve in the delights of bird-watching in Dry Forest Reserve or go snorkeling in snorkeling Gilligan’s Island-enjoy!
Fairbanks House, Amelia Island, FL
Amelia Island is a melting pot of the Spanish moss-draped southern romance and a totally laid-back tropical culture and ambience. This well appointed Italianate-style villa is the best place to experience the same and take it all in. established in 1885, this historic building displays an elegant combination of over-the-top details: bay windows, dormers, massive chimneys, a 15-foot tower and balustraded balconies. Here, the rooms feature four-poster or canopy beds, bathrooms with Victorian-era claw-foot tubs and fireplaces too. Nostalgic, eh?
Fishers’ Loft, Newfoundland, Canada
Overlooking the scenic harbor of Ship Cove and Trinity Bay, the Fishers’ Loft stands stoic one of Atlantic Canada’s most idiosyncratic and fascinating islands. Its design reminds tourists of the clapboard-and-shingles and evokes fond memories of Newfoundland’s seafaring past. While relaxing in this cozy facility, try to watch out for icebergs and whales– through large-sized windows gaping outdoors-the sightings are indeed awesome and depend on the prevailing seasons. (image by Sarah Mulholland)
These and a host of many other comfortable places in Vietnam make the going nice and easy for you. So, stop thinking and freeze your plans -you will not be disappointed by staying in one of these beautiful hotels/resorts/inns.
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