Two Vietnam resorts win at International Travel Awards
A resort in Hanoi and another in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau have been named winners in different categories of the 2022 International Travel Awards.
Melia Ba Vi Mountain Retreat, a short ride from Ba Vi National Park on the outskirts of Hanoi, won the "best wellness resort" title.
The resort's architecture is a combination of French colonial and ancient Vietnamese designs.
It has eight rooms and three- to five-bedroom villas with views of green mountain ranges.
Wind Boutique Resort & Spa in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau was the winner of "best boutique resort" category.
Just a few meters from the 32-meter-tall Statue of Christ, a symbol of Vung Tau, the resort on a mountainous hill has 20 rooms overlooking the beach.
Lyall Hotel and Spa in Australia won the "best luxury boutique hotel" title while Fairmont Mayakoba in Mexico was crowned best spa hotel and Hoar Cross Hall in the U.K., best spa resort.
Silavadee Pool Spa Resort in Thailand won the "best honeymoon hotel" title.
This year's awards saw a record-breaking season as the hospitality and tourism industry witnesses a comeback, with over 2,000 nominations from six regions including Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Oceania and Americas, along with 300 winners.
Organized by Dubai-based Golden Tree Events Organizing and Managing Company, International Travel Awards is one of the most prestigious in the global travel and hospitality industry.