Vietnam has a wide array of accommodations, suitable for a short holiday stay or extended multi-month stint. These include luxurious five star hotels for the higher end traveler to cheap hostels, and everything in between. Whatever your flavor, you can find something suitable.
No, this is not the Hobbiton in New Zealand. The “Lord of the Rings” franchise is not its particular inspiration, but Bach Ma’s Hobbit houses look like them. It’s located in south of Hue in Central Vietnam. The Bach Ma Village, or more popularly known as the Hobbit Village, has just opened this year. Though …
Places To Stay in Vietnam
There are a range of apartment rentals and hotels, as well as one-of-a-kind local homestays. All budgets will be able to find proper lodging. With a more affordable rate of living than many western countries, upscale accommodations are often within reach in Vietnam.
Guide to Hotel and Lodging in Vietnam
Vietnam has had a massive surge in tourism from a low amount several decades ago, to a huge growth in their economy in the last couple decades. There are hotels and vacation of every size and level to accommodate travelers.
Five stars can be had for around $100 a night for some and well up from there. It’s more affordable than traveling and staying overnight in the U.S., in terms of what you get for your money. Four and three star hotels also offer the amenities business and pleasure travelers desire.
If you looking to do Vietnam on a thinner budget, their are more than enough options ranging from hostels and reliable hotels to one-of-a-kind homestays with the locals.