A country growing in tourism, Vietnam has a myriad of unique accommodation styles, ranging from glamping tents and tiny houses, to a hobbit village based on Lord of the Rings. For some people the hotel is the destination. And even if it’s not, it’s still important to have some that’s unique and interesting, versus dull and repetitive.
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Unique, Interesting and Quirky Hotels in Vietnam
There are a wide array of cool and unusual places to stay in Vietnam. From the typical hostel to traditional homestay, those are just a few of the lodging types. Want to step outside your hotel room into a medieval village? Try Sun World Bana Hills; or VinWonders Nha Trang if you’re looking to walk onto a sandy beach.
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Guide to Vietnam’s Cool and Unusual Hotels
Vietnam seems to have fun with their tourism and lodging options reflect this. Prices are generally reasonable too for these unique, quirky hotels.
From hotels to homestays and hostels, there are many different types of accommodations in Vietnam. However, why not go the extra mile and find an unconventional place to spend your nights?
Tourists searching for a next-level experience should look into some of the more unique hotels options throughout the country. These properties provide that extra touch of excitement that makes it more fun to share photos and posts on social media and are basically destinations on their own.
Accommodations at Tourist Attractions
Vietnam has several interesting attractions, some of which have accommodations right on their premises. The Sun World Ba Na Hills has a four-star hotel located in their French Village area, making guests feel like they are transported back to medieval times.
At VinPearl Land Nha Trang there’s another hotel right on the property that allows guests easy access to the park and beach. This five-star accommodation has the ambiance of a resort with its rooms overlooking the ocean and is within walking distance of VinPearl Land’s attractions. Room types range from deluxe rooms to three-room villas for larger families.
Recently opened, the Bach Ma Village is a stop that all Lord of the Rings fans should include on their itinerary. This Hobbit-themed resort village is a perfect way to feel like you’re alongside Bilbo Baggins, staying nearby huts and majestic waterfalls at a designated campsite with a firepit. There are plans to expand these accommodations soon to provide guests with an even better, more immersive experience.
Camping in Vietnam is typically a more rural activity than other countries, requiring visitors to have permits for many locations. However, there are a few other designated places to set up a tent and spend the night, and this is one of the best ways to see the country’s beautiful environment up close.
Camping trips can be arranged through tourism companies, or renting a motorbike and making the self-guided camping tour is another option for more experienced travelers.
With more tourists traveling to Vietnam in recent years, the number of visitors is only likely to increase in years to come. This means that it’s safe to expect more fun and unique hotels to stay at all over the land, so keep your eyes peeled for information on new additions.