This is the first time I've been to Hue. I did a quick trip to Hue, just to see the Citadel and other historical areas of the former imperial city. Arrived around 20:00 (8PM) on the 13th and departed on the 14th late afternoon. The name Imperial is fitting of this hotel, the staff was extremely helpful and friendly. Had an excellent dinner of Peking duck upon arrival. The breakfast buffet was also excellent. I elected a morning tour and it fit perfectly into my schedule. I would strongly recommend this hotel to anyone.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hue, the ancient capital of the Nguyen Dynasty, is the junction where northern and southern ecosystems meet. Hue boasts charming rivers, verdant hills, ancient pagodas and churches, and a rich history. Hue remains a must-see destination when visiting Vietnam, not only because of its cultural values and history, but also for its beautiful landscape and people. The majestic 16-floor Imperial Hotel Hue is nestled along the famous Perfume River, conveniently close to all the historical sites this UNESCO World Cultural Heritage city has to offer. Imperial Hotel’s well-appointed rooms and suites come beautifully furnished with classic wooden floors and panoramic river and city views. The extensive hotel facilities comprise of the Prince Club Casino, Royal Spa, Yoshihara Restaurant, Imperial Restaurant, Piano Bar and Cafe, Panorama Bar, four state-of-the-art meeting rooms, and much more. Come and explore the best Hue has to offer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Imperial Hotel Hue