IMPERIAL Hotel Vung Tau

Vung Tau is one of the coastal towns closest to Saigon, which makes it a popular weekend getaway for many locals, expats and tourists who are searching for beautiful beaches.

However, with all this demand, the beachfront can get a little too crowded. Fortunately, IMPERIAL Hotel Vung Tau has just the solution for you - a luxuriously private beach and sumptuous food that can be enjoyed with your friends and loved ones.

The One and Only

Opened in 2009, IMPERIAL Hotel Vung Tau is the only 5-star hotel with a private beach club in Vung Tau. Here, guests can soak in the sun in total privacy, or sip on cocktails while chilling out and watching the waves tease the Bai Sau coastline in the company of loved ones. If you don’t feel like jumping into the sea, you can also check out the swimming pool overlooking the beach.

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The two towers feature over 310 luxurious rooms with spectacular views of the sea or the city, ranging in size from 40 to 250 square metres. If you’re traveling with little ones, the IMPERIAL Hotel’s deluxe grand room is perfect for family bookings because of its ample size and triple bed configuration, including a king and queen-sized bed.

IMPERIAL provides services and amenities of the highest international standards, while ensuring you get a truly local experience.

An Eye-Catching Landmark

The hotel’s Victorian-style is one of its defining characteristics. With exquisite handcrafted furnishings, regal finishes of marble, stone and wood and Victorian-inspired artwork throughout, walking through the lobby is like visiting an 18th-century British estate.

For some peace and quiet head to the Royal Garden. It’s a beautifully landscaped space that delightfully harmonises blues and greens. With the soothing greenery of well-manicured plants flanking the swimming pools and jacuzzis, the garden is the perfect setting for a little relaxation.

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You Will Never Go Hungry

Great food is readily available at the IMPERIAL Vung Tau’s four flagship restaurants.

La Sirena Seafood Bar and Grill offers some of the best seafood in the city, while Shi Fu Chinese Bistro provides authentic Southern Chinese cuisine. Besides typical Cantonese fare like dim sum, you can also find homemade Peking duck and Sichuan-style stir-fried tofu here.

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Asia Selection, located just off the lobby of the King’s Tower, offers a tasty selection of Thai, Japanese and Indian cuisines. Guests can dine in a spacious setting with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Royal Garden. The restaurant also hosts a breakfast buffet. Lunch and dinner are served à la carte.

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The IMPERIAL Dining Room, the top fine-dining option in Vung Tau, radiates elegance and class. Specialising in excellent local fare, the Dining Room serves upgraded classics from the various regions of Vietnam, including local favourites like chả cá, Hanoi’s famous grilled fish, bún bò Huế, the popular beef noodle soup from Hue and grilled rice cakes straight from the beaches of Vung Tau.

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A Western menu is also available, featuring international favourites, such as pasta, salads, sandwiches, grilled beef, lamb, Norwegian salmon and more.

Rich jewel tones of maroon and gold highlight the restaurant’s posh setting. Including both indoor and alfresco dining areas, the restaurant can seat 250 to 300 guests.

Facilities and Services

Whether you’re visiting Vung Tau for work, or need a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of Saigon, IMPERIAL Vung Tau has got you covered.

With services and amenities such as an airport transfer, laundry and dry cleaning services, a business centre, an e-gaming club, a Kid’s Club and two lounges, IMPERIAL Hotel Vung Tau is an excellent choice for your next visit to Vung Tau.

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What Others Say

The hotel has a 4.5 out of 5 score on TripAdvisor with most of its reviews praising the hotel’s private beach club, the spaciousness of its rooms and the touch of luxury that’s evident throughout the property. Notable mentions also include the friendliness and professionalism of the staff.

The hotel scored 8.5 out of 10 on Agoda with most of its reviewers raving about their rooms’ excellent coastal views, as well as the ease of access to the beach, and the available facilities.

What City Pass Guide Says

The only 5-star hotel with a private beach in Vung Tau, IMPERIAL is an excellent choice if you want a relaxing getaway from the city. The beach club is clean and not too crowded, ensuring enough space for you and your family.

There are also excellent culinary options in the hotel, whether you’re looking for Asian or Western food and their fine-dining take on local cuisine is something worth trying.

 

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