Time magazine recommends 2 hotels of Sun Group when visiting Vietnam

Right this morning, Time magazine announced the list of “100 best destinations in the world in 2021” and Vietnam was honored to have 03 representatives as Hanoi capital, Ho Chi Minh City and Phu Quoc pearl island. Cities in Vietnam are appreciated for their hospitality, majestic natural landscapes, long-standing cultures, and prospects for recovery and adapment with the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition to honoring wonderful cities, Time magazine also mentioned Capella Hotel and New World Phu Quoc Resort as two representatives that create the attractiveness of Vietnam’s tourism to world tourists.

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New World Phu Quoc, the fairy tale of a sea village

Phu Quoc is mentioned by Time magazine because of its outstanding tourism potentials with attractive natural landscapes, synchronous infrastructure planning and extremely special tourism development policies. In 2019, Phu Quoc pearl island is also the fastest growing tourist destination in Southeast Asia with the number of tourists reaching 5 million, an increase of 30% over the same period in 2018. In 2021, Phu Quoc pearl island is the selected destination to pilot the Vaccine passport model with the visa exemption policy for the first 30 days in Vietnam, which opens up a great potential for tourism to develop after the pandemic.

In Phu Quoc, Time magazine mentions the New World Phu Quoc resort complex, a high-class resort villa complex with only 375 villas embracing the poetic Bai Kem beach space, which is rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and 50 most beautiful beaches on the planet. New World Phu Quoc impresses visitors with a traditional design where the thatched-roofed villas are nestled next to coconut groves, recreating the image of a peaceful fishing village by the beach of Kem beach that is both familiar and comfortable, attractive to domestic and foreign tourists.

Capella Hanoi is an old Hanoi inside Hanoi

Hanoi capital with more than 1000 years of civilization is a tourist destination not to be missed when coming to Vietnam. Here, visitors will immediately feel the continuous development of a modern city with high-rise buildings, but besides, in the center of Hanoi is the peace with bold ancient features with old streets. There are shops that still sell only one item after decades or iconic architectural works with bold Indochinese imprints

The project that represents the combination between modernity and tradition in Hanoi is Capella Hanoi Hotel, a small hotel with only 47 rooms on Le Phung Hieu Street, next to Sword Lake, a work of art of the Sun Group with architectural wizard Bill Bensley. Entering the world of Capella Hanoi, visitors will be immersed in the flow of 1920s Opera art where each room is a symphony that stores a part of Hanoi’s history. Diva’s Lounge bar is where visitors choose for themselves soft cocktails like the song lyrics of world-famous divas or at Backstage restaurant, it is a burst of flavor in a warm red space with chests, costumes and antiques which recall a lavish space where artists gather, apply makeup and prepare before each stage.

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