Where can we go to rediscover the handiwork of skilled artisans while resting in a place of exotic beauty and unanticipated tranquility? May we suggest Pilgrimage Village...
A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Pilgrimage Village is an inspiring place to call home in Hue. A family project-turned boutique resort, the “Village” is designed by local artisans and materials, creating a luxurious modern take on the traditional Vietnamese home. Located just outside the old city, the environment is tranquil, relaxing and chic. You’ll enjoy their finest room, the Vietnamese Pool House, featuring a separate house with private kitchen, dining room, spa, pool and outdoor shower. A butler is also at your disposal – this is living!
Junrei restaurant is one of Central Vietnam’s largest traditional houses crafted with authentic imperial columns. With laterite-built, the restaurant provides a spacious atmosphere of calm sophistication.
Enjoy our renowned Vietnamese fusion cuisine or delight in specialties of Hue. Compliment your meal with one of our selection of imported wines.
Valley restaurant: Setting next to lily lake, Valley restaurant is an inclusive modern art concept, which is a completely different style in the resort. Here is the place where you can have a breakfast in the open space and fresh air beginning a new day of your journey. Western menu are served for lunch and dinner.
Candle bar: All natural material in the warm glow of candle, Candle bar serves tea, coffee or cocktails all day while you can access high- speed internet.
Peanut bar: Set in opening tropical surroundings with gardens and a beautiful waterfall. A comfortable and casual place to enjoy with a cool refreshing drink anytime.
Slope lounge: With exclusive modern art design , Slope lounge provides an intimate and sophisticated settings for cocktails and wine. Before dinner or after, the perfect place for romantic cocktails or peaceful glass of wine. The touching sound of the piano will accompany you throughout your evening.
An imperial city during the Nguyen dynasty, Hue still retains much of its royal heritage and laidback atmosphere. Straddling the banks of Song Huong River (Perfume River) in Central Vietnam, it is best known for its historic monuments and architecture and has been appointed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.