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Vietnam Summer Special at Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa

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Luxury Indochina retreat specialists Victoria Hotels & Resorts has launched a summer holidays promotion for its property on the pristine white sands of Vietnams famous China Beach at Hoi An.

Nightly rates are US$215++ for Deluxe Beach Front Rooms and US$275++ for Suites until September 30 at the resort styled after a traditional fishing village close to Danang International Airport.

Value-added extras at the beach retreat neighbouring the uniquely preserved 15th century trading port of Hoi An also include free mini-bar, replenished daily, along with free laundry and wi-fi, a gift of a leather notepad and a daily complimentary cocktail.

Along an idyllic private beachfront, the resort with small streets, water ponds and village houses with clay-tiled roofs is ideally located to discover UNESCO World Heritage-listed Hoi An, which can be visited by private shuttle-boat.

Also nearby are the World Heritage temple ruins of My Son, historic capital of Vietnams ancient Champa civilization, and the former Imperial capital of Hue.

The resorts Tamarind Spa is a sanctuary for body and soul offering a wide range of pampering and treatments including foot reflexology and massage.

A new excursion option is a two-night motorcycle sidecar adventure to Vietnams remote border with Laos, traveling over 400 kms of beautiful countryside and highlands rarely visited by foreign tourists including the infamous wartime battleground of Hamburger Hill.

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