Surrounded by gardens full of vivid flowers, including many indigenous species, the Victoria Can Tho sits right on the banks of the Hau river and is the only luxury resort in the lush heart of Vietnam's Mekong Delta. The colonial-style building has a breezy, open-air lobby and is arranged around a central courtyard with a lovely pool. There are 92 rooms and eight suites, each featuring authentic Vietnamese decor and equipped with a balcony. The hotel's Spices restaurant is helmed by a French chef and overlooks the river; there is also an open-air bar, and a floating restaurant aboard a converted antique rice barge, the Lady Hau, which is open for special occasions. The Victoria has excellent amenities, with wi-fi in all rooms and public places, a fitness center, and an elegant spa with seven treatment rooms.
Location: The Victoria Can Tho is based in the center of the Mekong Delta in South Vietnam, where the gargantuan river ends and empties into the sea.
History: The first settlers in this region are believed to have set up camp as early as 4th century BCE.
Service: Here at the Victoria Can Tho, the staff strive to give the best possible service and advice, whether it’s sights and sounds guests are after or just a glass of champagne, they will accommodate it all here.
The hotel consists of 92 rooms, including eight luxurious suites. All designed with traditional Vietnamese interior decor and artifices, these suites truly give the feeling of being in the center of the spiritual capital of Vietnam.
The spacious 301-square-foot rooms feature a comfortable and relaxing sitting area and expansive writing desk. The elegant balcony has spectacular views of the nearby river, as well as the hotel’s pool or garden.
The hotel’s most prestigious suites offer 678-square-feet of room, containing a spacious living room complete with plush furniture and an expansive writing desk. Two elegant balconies overlook the picturesque Mekong River.
The spacious Victoria Superior Rooms, featuring 301-square-feet of room, provide guests with a comfortable sitting area with a sofa and large writing desk. The elegant balcony has spectacular views of the nearby river, as well as the hotel’s pool or garden.
There is plenty on offer for guests at the Victoria Can Tho, from relaxing in the gorgeous spa during a well-deserved massage or perhaps catching up with some work at the resort’s top-of-the-range meeting and business facilities.
There are a host of other fun activities available at the Victoria Can Tho, from a Kids Corner, to a tennis court, table tennis, a billiard table, mountain bikes, and more.
Guests who need to mix business with pleasure will do so with ease at the Victoria Can Tho, with their fully-equipped meeting facilities, with tripod screens, overhead projectors, portable wireless microphones, and more.
The Victoria Can Tho’s Spa provides guests with a long list of treatments, including massages, reflexology, body scrubs, and wraps. There is also a fitness facility for guests wanting a good workout, and sauna and steam baths as well. Bath towels, robes, and more are provided.
Guests can enjoy the various tastes of Vietnam with the culinary selection at Spices restaurant, and also indulge in a buffet breakfast while floating down stream, taking in the sights and sounds on board the Lady Hau barge.
This open-air dining venue serves up a wide selection of refreshing beverages, as well as traditional Vietnamese drinks. Guests can enjoy a game of billiards on the bar’s pool table, or lounge poolside and be served from the bar.
Guests can enjoy their meal on a traditional rice barge, which floats past the markets and villages set up along the Mekong River. The Lady Hau serves a great breakfast and is also a fabulous place to enjoy sunset drinks with friends.
This casual all-day dining restaurant serving European and Vietnamese cuisine overlooks the Hau River. Guests have a choice here of sitting in the well-appointed indoors, or alfresco in the outdoor dining area.
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