Honeymoons in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos
What Indochina 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.
Recommended Honeymoons Experiences
Enjoy the very best that Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia have to offer as you relax and discover Indochina on your honeymoon.
This itinerary provides a great mix of romantic relaxation and exciting cultural experiences, with luxurious accommodation throughout.
Honeymoons accommodation across Indochina
Mercure Phu Quoc Resort is surrounded by tropical gardens on a beautiful stretch of beach in front of the Gulf of Thailand
Mercure Phu Quoc Resort & Villas (Phu Quoc Island)
Located on Phu Quoc Island, just a short drive away from Duong Dong Airport, the resort offers peaceful and luxurious villa accommodation with spa facilities to aid relaxtaion. Facilities include an outdoor pool and two tennis courts, a BBQ on the beach can be arranged and the large reatsrant serves both Western and Vietnamesee meals.
Shinta Mani Shack (Siem Reap)
This stylish and minimalist property provides a great retreat after a day at the temples
Across the road from the original Shinta Mani Angkor hotel, the Shinta Mani Shack is a brand new hotel just a short walk or tuk tuk ride from downtown Siem Reap and the night market. The hotel opened in summer 2013 and offers 62 rooms with either first floor balcony views or direct access to the large central swimming pool and tropical gardens. Designed by the renowned architect Bill Bensley, the modern minimalist style reflects the square architecture of the Angkor temples. Rooms are very sleek with concept lighting and smart shower rooms. The hotel has an all-day café/restaurant and guests can also visit the bars and restaurant across the road at the Shinta Mani Angkor. The hotel has a strong focus on responsible tourism and a percentage of each stay goes to the Shinta Mani Foundation which provides hospitality training, healthcare and funding for start-up businesses for disadvantaged Cambodians.
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.
Maison Souvannaphoum (Luang Prabang)
This historical and refined boutique hotel in the heart of Lunag Prabang is great for exploring the nearby markets
The Maison Souvannaphoum is a charming and historic boutique hotel in a great location not far from the night market. Fortunately it sits just outside the protected UNESCO World Heritage area which means this hotel can have a swimming pool, and it's a lovely oasis of tranquillity in a quiet spot behind the restaurant. The main building was once the residence of the late Prince Souvanna Phouma, four-time Prime Minister of Laos, and so the whole hotel offers a refined blend of French colonial architecture with Lao motifs. Guest rooms are not huge, but well designed and decorated with traditional dark Lao furniture and modern red touches. All have good en-suite shower rooms.
Knai Bang Chatt (Kep)
The elegant Knai Bang Chatt Hotel is a wonderful oasis to be found in the sleepy fishing village of Kep.
Situated right on the waterfront this stylish hotel, with it's Art Deco influences, offers a wonderful sanctuary to relax in. This boutique hotel has a fantastic pool and spa, private access to the beach and an on-site restaurant serving some of the freshest seafood in Cambodia! You may choose to dine in the main area or arrange a romantic meal to be taken down on the jetty. If you get tired of relaxing beside the pool the hotel can arrange a range of local experiences for you from boat trips, to cookery classes to sightseeing trips into the nearby tropical forest!
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.