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Address : 159 – 163 Thuy Van Street , Vung Tau City, Viet Nam
Telephone : 84.64.36 28 888
Fax : 84.64. 35 61 111

Room Type Occupancy Internet Price Extra Bed Book Room

If you are looking for somewhere in Vietnam to spend the summer holidays your should choose a destination that ensures stress-free and relaxing holiday experience. Set in Vietnam's best beach city and an emerging destination for MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions & Exhibitions), Vung Tau on Vietnam's southern coats is at the tip of a peninsula and only two hours drive of an hours and 15 minutes by hydrofoil from Ho Chi Minh City. The Imperial Hotel overlooks Vung Tau' s popular ‘' Back Beach'', known for its 10 kilometres of fine sand and the preferred swimming and recreational area for local and foreign tourists alike.

The Imperial accepts booking from March 1 and is Vung Tau's first and only five-star hotel. It has set a new benchmark in luxuryous, comfortable and spacious accommodation and outstanding servise excellence that revives the affluent, old world charm of the Victorian age in an exquisite fashion.

The Imperial Hotel offers 143 ocean and garden view rooms and suites ranging from 33 to 100 square metres.

On entering the driveway the Lucky pond sits  in front of the main entrance of the hotel, capturing the attention of all passerd-by and providing a chance for you to  make your wishes come true with a throw of a coin over your shoulder into the crystal clear water.

Once in the Hotel, the choice of outlets, each with a unique experience and capturing, the real essence of a particular way of life that once was and still is, allows you to explore the world in the past and the present without leaving.

‘'One of very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating,''  said Mr Aino Deutsch, General Manager of the Imperial. Indeed, the comfort of eating at home, treated with fresh ingredients and exciting flavours, your favourite  dishes and hand picked specialities from around the world.

The Lobby Lounge captures the excitemen of children's imaginations like pictures jumping out of a Charles Dickens novel, and yet retains a certain comfort and poise that allows for a conveniently located seating area for that informal yet important business meeting pastries, exquisite teas or champagne and in the evening live piano recitals with superb cocktails and rare drinks.

The Havana Bar resembles a typical elite Cuban social club, with relaxed colonial atmosphere a classy drinking space. As the sin sets, seek out the birthplace of the  Daiquiri and enjoy it with fresh tropical fruits, savour the aroma of Cuban cigars and listen to South American music both indoors and out doors.

The Music Room provides two separate experiences: the silence of the daytime, when people unintentionally speak quieter while lounging in deep leather armchairs with a coffee or light beer and newspaper, and thud of billiards followed by the by the beat if live music will raise the tempo as the sun goes down.

The Shi fu Chinese Bistro is where you ern authenticity, honouring the  traditions of the past while having no fear of change.

The gym, an American Boxing Studio and the first of its kind in Asia, mirrors urban life and society, with a gritty, tough melting pot of race, clad and culture. It's a refreshing change from slick, franchise gyms.

After exercising The Imperial Spa allows you to retreat into the days of Roman Empire, when socializing, reading, talking politics and relaxing were all  done in the same place.

The recreation continues in the beautifully maintained European Garden surrounding the inspiring lap and fun pool, and the Beach Club, with its private Cabana Rooms.

The rooms follow through the Victorian lifestyle theme and offer the luxury of space and heavenly comfort.

The exceptional management of the hotel provided by Celadon International, known for creating model hotel developments in Vietnam such as The Furama  Resort Danang and The Celadon Palace, Hue, once again provides services unmatched in Vietnam. “The Imperial Hotel is exceptional in all aspects and will lead tourism development in Vung Tau,” said Mr Paul Stoll from Celadon. “It's the first real five- start hotel, with 143 rooms and suites, there is the plan to add 150 minimalistic yet luxurious and functional apartments and an international standars convention centre.”

Together with The Imperia Plaza, a shopping paradise, the Imperia Hotel has become many destinations within one destination.

According to Mw Huynh Trung Nam, CEO of The Imperia Group, besides the Imperia Hotel group  will build the five star Imperial Beach Club, Stretching along 75 metres of seaside. “ Vung Tau beach is less competitive than others like Mui Ne and Long Hai because and hotels” he said.” Therefore we decided to cooperate with the Vung Tau Tourist JSC to build a five – star beach to attract more international tourists.”

He added that the Imperial Beach Club will have a pool and beach with white, clean sand. The group will also build a seafood restaurant, Which have performances for tourists.

Previously the group opened its first trade centre, the 7,400 square metre Imperial Plaza, which is a part of a larger project, the Imperial Complex Vung Tau. The complex was designed by Graham Taylor Designs, a well known architecture company.

The opening of the Imperial Hotel and other facilities of the Imperial Complex will provide a new look to Vung Tau's. Back Beach and also Vung Tau tourism, presenting  the opportunity for international tourists to come and visit the city.'' Vung Tau has great potential to develop into a  tourism and convention satellite town of Ho Chi Minh City, which suffers the problems of an international metropolis,” said Mr Stoll. “ Vung Tau Will be the Sea Gateway to the Southern Economic Zone,”


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