Inle Princess Resort: "Everyone is right"

Review by: rhfdb | Source: Trip Advisor

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"It's gorgeous. We looked out on the lake to see sunsets. Food in restaurant was very good. Staff are lovely. We had an A&K guide meet us at the dock each day and take us various places. Highly recommend. Getting spa treatments tomorrow - high hopes. Prices reasonable for spa compared to US.Weather cool in the mornings and evenings (need a jacket) but gets warmer as the day goes on. Hot but not horribly hot. We had to ask for flatter pillows as theirs' were too big for our necks. Outdoor shower is great! Room Tip: Ask for lake view."

Mekong Villas: "Hidden Gem"

Review by: Sandemansgirl | Source: Trip Advisor

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"Lovely people at a lovely spot. The only thing unfortunate was the cold wheather and Thai brick beds. Other than that plain lovely! If you like quiet the slightly steep price is definitely worth it! They organized dinner and a boat trip for us, both very reasonably priced."

Muang La Resort: "well worth the long trip!"

Review by: Martin B | Source: tripadvisor.com

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As you bump along a main road for hours to cover what looks like no distance at all on a map, you wonder what possessed anyone to build a resort out there in the sticks. And when you finally get there, have a welcome drink and a guided tour around the place, settled into your bungalow and are blissfully soaking in an outdoor hot tub fed from a natural spring, you realise that this resort is an extraordinary achievement of vision and hard work. It is managed and animated by two young men, who make it all look deceptively easy. Food is outstanding, imaginative and fresh; accommodation is large and comfortable, care is attentive and personal, nothing seems too much. We have only one regret: we should have stayed longer.

Hotel Tugu Bali: "Again…. FANTASTIC !"

Review by: Olivier B | Source: Trip Advisor

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"Second time at Tugu Amazing moment at Ji restaurant Extreme quality sushi and best view of Canggu to see the sunset; the rooftop is gorgeous. On Thursday, you have à Balinese spectacle, a “must see” The staff is smily and professional I am sure you will enjoy "

VILLA SONG SAIGON: "A luxurious and peaceful escape from the bustle of the city"

Review by: Kerry B | Source: tripadvison.com

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"Our first two nights in Vietnam were spent at Villa Song. This was the most idyllic way to kickstart our holiday. The location beside the river is specatular. We had the suite on the top floor with the little parlour. Our two girls slept in the parlour which worked perfectly - leaving us in the four poster bed. This is a very romantic, charming hotel - the furnishings and fittings are beautiful. But the key for us was that it is away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The first day we were collected by tour company Les Rives to take us by boat to the Chi Chi Tunnels – this was perfect because they could simply collect us and drop us back at the hotel’s private pier. The restaurant is fabulous – a beautiful al fresco location for dinner and breakfast. "

Villa Song: "Lovely Saigon hotel in quiet location."

Review by: Ray L | Source: Trip Advisor

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Quiet location right on river, lovely Colonial - style hotel with many pluses. Friendly, helpful staff with a high service ethic. Good dining experience, attractive room overlooking the Mekong. Own fast motor boat for complimentary speedy transfer to City.

Tugu Lombok: "Quirky and very special"

Review by: Amanda H | Source: Trip Advisor

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This is such a quirky hotel. I was slightly alarmed on guest impressions because this is definitely not a sophisticated, one dimensional hotel. This is a one off. Beautiful situation right on the beach, big rooms with outside bathrooms and plunge pools, huge grounds, two pools - the new one bring a large infinity pool with fresh water and I always had it to myself). Plenty of sunbeds so you never had to rush anywhere and the staff were all completely charming. We were made to feel very welcome and everyone knew our names. The manager was very visible and personable and, like all the staff, seemed to genuinely enjoy his job. A very special place. Recommend the BBQ on the beach (the staff went to great lengths to make it special and the food was fab). Also recommend Gillian Island snorkelling trip where we saw lots of turtles which was a highlight

Mie Cafe: "Excellents plats"

Review by: Mamat83 | Source: Trip Advisor

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"Service de qualité, plats délicieux surtout le risotto au fish! Une merveille. Le chef est venu nous voir à la fin du repas."

Manukan Island Resort: "Paradise island and resort"

Review by: Ariane V | Source: Trip Advisor

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"This was a great place to be. Everything was just perfect. The hospitality of the staff is great. They really want you to have a good time. At the restaurant you could also ask for things beside the menu and the cook would look what was possible. The guests of the resort have their own private beach and swinmingpool. You can use the towels of the resort so not necessary to bring your own. The resort is not too large and that is exactly what gives it a charm. We stayed 4 nights and everybody knew us. The room was perfect also. Looking out at the beach and with a large bathroom. At daytime the island has a lot of day visitors (depending on the day and season how many) but after 5 pm the island is deserted except for the residents of the resort. We did also the jungle track to the sunset point and that was allright and took aprox 50 minutes. And there are possibilities to snorkel and dive. "

Bassac Cruises: "Not too big, not too small, just right for couples – highly recommend"

Review by: E K | Source: Trip Advisor

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My wife & I were running out of time and only did a 2 day/1 night but we were glad we did the Bassac Mekong Cruise (we were on Bassac II) . BestPriceTravel organised a lovely guide Annie and we were so very pleased with the boat quality, the crew service and Annie's informative talks (Annie spent college years in Melbourne - so a good english speaker). The boat looks older but inside it is very modern and although the rooms are small, these are more than enough for a 1 or 2 day cruise as ideally, you will be up on deck watching the interesting Mekong river activities, waiting for an excellent dinner. We stopped of in a village, did a floating markets and a land market and a couple of candy factories. I'd taken several pens and paper 'packs' in ziplock waterproof bags to distribute to young ones and Annie help pick a some candidates that were less fortunate and even convinced the guy driving the boat to pull alongside a floating market trader - the smiles from the children and their mums were worth all the effort of taking and giving. We had based ourselves in Saigon and although the drive to and from the Mekong was a few hours each way the journey was worth it. Great food, educational, and some really interesting sights.
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