Best Western International-The World’s Largest Hotel Chain is expanding its presence in Vietnam, with the signing of a new hotel in a new destination. The former Celadon Palace Hotel was officially rebranded as BEST WESTERN PREMIER Indochine Palace from the 1st October, 2011 in the historic city of Hue.
A 5-star international hotel standards, blending a new Vietnam mood and creating an atmosphere of colonial elegance with totally 222 rooms and suits, including 39 connecting rooms. It is embedded in a lush exotic designed garden which makes the hotel to an outstanding landmark in Hue and is going to set new standards of excellence in the hotel industry of Vietnam.
The hotel is designed to appeal to affluent travellers on leisure and business, with excellent facilities for MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, events). Besides, there are a lot of food and beverage facilities and meeting banquet facilities.
In down town Hue City – a UNESCO listed World Heritage site, close to Perfume River and the former Royal Citadel, surrounded by shops, banks, markets, parks, bus and train stations, only 15 minutes to drive from Phu Bai Airport.