For those able to travel in style, Vietnam has some lovely choices to enjoy many of the country’s features in unabashed luxury.

On any Haivenu tour, we will always meet and greet you at the airport, and transfer you to your chosen hotel in a comfortable and decent modern vehicle, but if you want something more extravagant, we can arrange a variety of chauffeured top spec modern vehicles, including limousines, or perhaps make an entrance with the timeless class of a heritage vintage model.

For VIP travellers requiring the utmost discretion or as a top luxury welcome service, we can greet you on the runway and expedite your transit through immigration, luggage collection and check-in.

As you would imagine, the choice of truly high quality luxury hotels in Vietnam invariably varies depending upon location. If you arrive in Hanoi, the colonial era magnificence of the famous Sofitel Legend Metropole, which has hosted many a cultural luminary and celebrity guests since 1901, has sumptuous suite and room options, highly refined dining, business and leisure facilities, and is the city’s premier hotel elegantly situated close to the Opera house.

If you arrive in Ho Chi Minh City, the palatial Reverie Saigon and the Park Hyatt Saigon, built on the site of the former Brinks hotel, designed in the French Indochine style and lavishly equipped for the most exacting guest, are the premier luxury choices.  


In the central coast area, the best beach resort style luxury can be found at the Nam Hai Resort in Hoi An, on Ha My beach, the Danang Sun Peninsula Resort on Monkey Island near Danang, and the Laguna and Banyan Tree resorts at Lang Co near Hue, where you can also indulge in a round on the Nick Faldo course if your golf minded.

Further south, near Quy Nhon, the Bai Tram Hideaway Resort is an exclusive ‘away from it all’ secluded beach escape.

Nha Trang is the country’s most developed beach area and has a number of exclusive luxury options, including the Six Senses Evason Ana Mandara Resort on Nha Trang’s main Beach front, or the more secluded six senses sister resort at Ninh Van Bay across the water, where you’ll also find the An Lam Ninh Van Bay luxury eco-resort.  

Another luxurious option in Nha Trang can be found on Hon Tre Island, in the form the Vinpearl Nha Trang Luxury Resort, which, aside from its stunning beach, provides well for families with its own amusement park and Championship golf course, though if quietude is your thing, this resort can often be very busy.

To the south of Nha Trang, near Cam Rang, the Amanoi provides a very secluded hideaway in its private pavilions, set beautifully on the coast in the protected area of Nui Chua National Park, and is perfect for those who want luxuriant tranquillity in a natural setting.

If you’re staying at Mui Ne, the nearest of the beaches to Saigon, the Princess D’an Nam is a tasteful luxury boutique resort extolling pleasant quietude as its virtue and the finest choice in the area for discerning travellers.

On Con Dao Island, the Six Senses lives up to its legendary status as a luxury spa hotel in this remote location off the southern tip of Vietnam.

On Phu Quoc, La Veranda Resort and the boutique Chen Sea Resort are both high-class locations from which to discover this tranquil island.  


One of Vietnam’s star natural features is Ha Long Bay, and one the favourite things on any visitor’s wishlist. For the luxury traveller, the best options are the colonial style grandeur of the Au Co Cruise ship or if you prefer a more intimate or even wholly private cruise a number of finely crafted luxury Junks ably fulfil the brief.

A novel way to get to Ha Long Bay is via the Seaplane from Hanoi airport to the bay, which includes an overflight of many of its features before skimming across the waters to connect with your cruise vessel. A Helicopter Charter is also an option.

Private flights can also be chartered from Danang, Nha Trang, Phan Thiet, and Saigon. The private charter of yachts is also available.

Cruising is not confined to Ha Long Bay, and there are luxury options for cruising the Mekong Delta, and if you want something more intimate, private speedboat cruises can also be arranged for this.

The wonderful fine dining options of the premier restaurants, hotels and resorts provide amazing ways to imbibe Vietnamese and other cuisines, but if you want to dine in an unusual location such as a remote beach or cave in Ha Long Bay, for example, just let us know your wishes, and we’ll provide the first class cuisine and service to accompany you.