Four Seasons Comes To Hoi An

Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts marked its official arrival in Vietnam with the debut of the new Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An.   Previously managed by boutique operator GHM, the celebrated resort in Vietnam’s cultural heartland was successfully rebranded under the Four Seasons flag after upgrades over the past few months that … Continue reading

Anantara Opens New Vietnamese Resort

Thailand-based Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas has announced the opening of the Anantara Hoi An Resort, its second Vietnamese property. Positioned on the banks of the Thu Bon River, the resort is a short drive from Danang International Airport and combines Chinese, Dutch, French and Japanese influences revealing the city’s cultural diversity.   93 guestrooms … Continue reading

Tauck Partners Compagnie Du Ponant For Southeast Asian Cruise

American travel and river cruise operator Tauck has teamed up again with French small-ship cruise line Compagnie du Ponant to offer a new 16-day Southeast Asian land and sea itinerary in October and November 2013. Taking place aboard the new Le Soleal, scheduled to launch this summer in Italy, the journey explores the metropolises of … Continue reading

3 World Cruises From P&O Cruises In 2014

P&O Cruises has unveiled its 2014 cruise offering, which will feature 3 world cruises collectively visiting 81 unique destinations in 41 different countries. Sailing roundtrip from Southampton, Arcadia and Aurora will conduct full circumnavigations while Adonia will explore Asia with a port-rich itinerary.   Arcadia At 92 nights, Arcadia’s cruise is shorter than many other … Continue reading

InterContinental Expands In Vietnam

Travellers to the central Vietnamese city of Danang now have even greater choice for accommodation with the opening of a new luxury resort. Nestled within rainforest-covered mountain slopes and the South China Sea in a natural amphitheatre, the Bill Bensley-designed InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort becomes the third property for the brand in Vietnam.   Taking … Continue reading