Three Traveler-Approved Hotels in Vietnam
From its vibrant cities and tranquil mountain towns to its lush deltas and countryside abound in sweeping rugged landscapes, Vietnam is one coveted destination that must be on everyone’s travel list. But while it already attracts millions of travelers from all over the world, this country that borders the South China Sea on the East still has a lot of growing to do.
Finding the most comfortable accommodations in Vietnam may not be as easy as in the more developed countries. Travelers could, for example, end up in a four-star hotel that uses wheeled beds hard enough they might as well be sleeping on a hardwood floor. While this may be good enough for backpackers and the adventurous set, it could certainly be an issue for those who expect or are used to a certain level of comfort.
Quang Binh – Chay Lap Farmstay
Known for the beautiful Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park and its staggering caves, Quang Binh attracts travelers with a healthy appreciation for the outdoors. Farmstays are, therefore, a hot commodity in this region, and sustainable Chay Lap Farmstay is among the highly rated ones. Located not far from the famous Paradise Cave and the exciting Dark Cave, this beautiful property just off of Ho Chi Minh Tay treats guests to the most basic luxuries like an outdoor pool, a poolside bar and lounging area, a restaurant serving a set menu of traditional Vietnamese dishes, and air conditioned guest rooms and cottages. It also offers extra treats such as mountain bikes for guests’ use to explore the nearby area.
Chay Lap boasts 27 guest rooms in four categories: standard, superior, deluxe cottage and deluxe—each with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and complimentary bottled water. A deluxe double room, airy, modest and minimalist, is flourished with several windows with blackout curtains, comfortable beds, lovely-smelling lemongrass in a wall planter, and an ultra spacious bathroom with rainfall shower.
Source: Travel Pulse