Close to the city of Can Tho, Victoria Can Tho Resort is a quiet retreat on the banks of the Hau River, set amidst magnificent gardens featuring a plethora of exotic plants.
This magnificent four-star resort blends colonial-style architecture with the natural beauty of the river.
The resort features 92 rooms, including eight luxurious suites, all designed with wooden f looring, authentic Vietnamese decoration and balconies offering spectacular views of the river, pool or garden. All rooms are equipped with satellite television, free Wi-Fi, direct dial telephone, in-room safety deposit box, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, ceiling fan, and private bathroom with bathtub.
The elegant Spices Restaurant overlooks the Hau River, with both indoor and outdoor seating. The restaurant offers all-day dining featuring international and Vietnamese favourites. The semi open-air Cuu Long Bar features a vintage chic vibe with pool table and plush seating and serves up a wide range of light fare, refreshing cocktails and other beverages.
Relax with a rejuvenating spa treatment at the riverside spa with an indulgent selection of massages, wraps, scrubs and facials. Other facilities and services at the resort include swimming pools, tennis courts, a fitness centre, souvenir shop, kids club, tour services and more.
Located close to Can Tho town, but still a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, the resort lies on the banks of the Hau River. The centre of Can Tho with its many restaurants, museums, temples and pagodas is just a 10-minute complimentary shuttle boat ride away or reachable by a short walk via a pedestrian bridge. With a large network of waterways, discover Can Tho’s scenic f loating market, quaint riverside and picturesque countryside, home to many small cottage industries.
Get to know the f lavours of the Mekong Delta with a hands-on cooking class. Take a bike tour along small countryside paths, green fields and tropical fruit orchards with Victoria Can Tho’s mountain bikes, or explore the Delta by boat, with stops in remote non-touristic sites, such as a golden Khmer Pagoda reminiscent of a setting from a Kipling story, or a village of gardens on stilts overlooking the river. Meet local people and learn about cottage industries.