Victoria Hotels & Resorts connects guests with the real Indochina in ways no other hotel can. Proud of our Indochina roots, our boutique properties embrace the best aspects of colonial heritage while showcasing local culture and landscape. We are dedicated to helping our guests along their Journeys of Distinction through heartfelt service, pride in our culture, and generosity of spirit.
From the pristine mountains of Sapa to the historic Hoi An Ancient Town, from the coastline backed by desert-like sand dunes in Phan Thiet to the exotic floating markets of the Mekong Delta or Luang Prabang, one of Asia’s most beautiful and peaceful towns, each property offers genuine hospitality and a lively energy that are trademarks of the real Indochina. Mixing French-colonial styles of architecture with flourishes of local tradition, our captivating properties blend history, culture and landscape into a gently unforgettable experience.
Even beyond the boundaries of our hotels, we seek to bring the magic of Indochina alive by creating opportunities for guests to truly experience our destinations and meet local people. We use vintage vehicles, traditional sampans and rice barges, bicycles, motorcycle sidecars and even our own Pullman-style train carriages to transport our guests in style. The Victoria Express Train links Hanoi to Lao Cai (Sapa) and Victoria also operates boutique coach services in the Mekong Delta (between Saigon – Can Tho – Chau Doc) and between Hanoi and Sapa in Vietnam’s north.
Victoria Cruises offers day trips aboard converted rice barges and 1-3 night sampan cruises throughout the Mekong Delta, visiting places like charming Sa Dec, the setting of “The Lover” in Marguerite Duras’ celebrated novel, and Rach Gia, the gateway to the island of Phu Quoc. The cruises also provide opportunities for shore excursions, visiting small cottage industries, historical sites and quaint restaurants. Along the Saigon River, the Lady Hau offers gastronomic sightseeing Lunch, Sunset and Dinner Cruises.