Honeymoons in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos
What Southeast Asia does better than anywhere we know is combine relaxation and cultural interest in one place. Across the region many of our favourite destinations have both fascinating historic sites to stimulate the mind and beautiful, relaxing resort-style accommodation to soothe the senses - the perfect combination for a wonderful honeymoon. In Vietnam we know you'll love ancient Hoi An and its neighbour Hue; head over to Cambodia to combine temple discovery with relaxation at Siem Reap or visit Luang Prabang, the spiritual heart of Laos.
The key to any honeymoon is stress-free travel and relaxation so that you and your partner can concentrate on having the very best time together. Our packages are designed to ensure that all the complicated matters are taken care of, leaving you to enjoy your precious holiday time without having to worry about the logistics.
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Honeymoons accommodation across Indochina
La Residence Hotel & Spa (Hue)
The elegant, art-deco La Residence, is widely considered the finest accommodation in the historic city of Hue. Originally constructed in 1930 as the official residence of the French regional governor, the property has been thoughtfully extended in recent years and transformed into a sophisticated but relaxed luxury hotel on the banks of the Perfume River. The grounds are tastefully landscaped around an attractive pool; the lobby and public spaces decorated in dark wood and Imperial purple (including a claret-beize pool table in the lounge) with elegant art-deco touches. Rooms are well-appointed, spacious and comfortable with their own private balconies.
Bassac cruise (Mekong Delta)
The converted rice barges that comprise the small fleet of Bassac Mekong cruise boats provide our favourite setting from which to explore the waterways and floating markets of the delta. Ranging from 6 to 24 cabins, each of the dark-wood Bassac boats has two dining rooms, a sun deck, bar and lounge area providing plenty of space to relax and make the journey your own.
Six Senses Con Dao (Con Dao Islands)
The elegant and luxurious Six Senses is indisputably the finest resort in the Con Dao archipelago, providing a sophisticated base from which to soak up the beauty and peace of this remote island paradise. In keeping with the Six Senses brand, the low-rise resort sits unobtrusively in its environment, providing guests with space and privacy in a glorious setting. Diving and snorkelling at the pristine reefs nearby can be arranged from the resort, with the best visibility during the February to July period. From May to November guests can also witness the nesting and hatching of the Green and Hawksbill turtles, protected under the Con Dao National Park.
Paradise Elegance Cruise (Halong Bay)
The Paradise cruises are amongst the finest and the new Elegance ship provides superb quality accommodation on the beautiful waters of Halong Bay.
The steel Elegance boat features 31 all balcony cabins. These are spacious, comfortable and elegantly designed with Vietnamese touches, they feature separate dressing rooms, rain showers and floor to ceiling glass doors. Paradise Elegance boasts an array of upscale amenities, including an artfully sectioned dining room with piano bar and a spa with four treatment rooms. One of the unique features of the ship is the top deck, which is equipped with a circular bar that sits under a large shade sail. A la carte menus offering a wonderful range of authentic Vietnamese dishes are served for both lunch and dinner and dinning is flexible, in terms of both time & location.
The River Resort (Champasak)
The River Resort is a delightful property, pleasantly situated in Champasak on the banks of the Mekong River. Designed with large spacious rooms, The River Resort is comprised of clean, elegant and modern villas with modern conveniences and unrivalled views of the mighty Mekong. A large outdoor pool set amongst tranquil grounds entices guests while just 20 minutes away is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Wat Phou and a number of other local attractions.
Settha Palace (Vientiane)
The former 1930's family mansion is finest place to stay in the capital.
The Settha Palace is Vientiane's most historic hotel set in a beautiful colonial building constructed in 1932. The hotel exudes classical elegance of a bygone era. Guest rooms are spacious with high ceilings, beautiful rosewood four poster beds, writing desks and sofas. Boasting the largest swimming pool in Vientiane set in an exotic garden, an elegant restaurant and relaxing spa on site, it's the perfect place to base yourself while exploring Laos' sleepy capital.