Ratings based on 62 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby D J from Auckland, New Zealand
LuxuryPosted Dec 3, 2013
Pros: the pool, the room .. the layout of the hotel over a large area (nice change from the usual multi-storey building)
Location: dairy across the road for beer and water or laundry. otherwise its a taxi to town which is cheap as chips.
We enjoyed our stay at the Pilgrimage. It was a few km's from Hue but taxi fares are so cheap it didn't really matter and we booked our cars to pick us up from the hotel anyway. We went in November so it was a little cool to really enjoy the poolside area which was really pretty. We did go for a swim in the pool anyway. Our room had the hugest bathroom and a balcony as well as a couch inside to enjoy the air con. The staff were very polite and helpful. The only drawback was the pricey mini-bar and restaurant, but at a luxury hotel such as this it was expected. Also the breakfast was expensive and not included but everywhere else we stayed included breakfast. Overall we would loved it and would go back.
for Everyoneby Fussy Dodo from near the forest
an oasis of exquisite minimalism and supelativesPosted Nov 25, 2013
I politely leave to other guests reviews of the various features of Pilgimage Village, so that I may specifically focus on the product and service of the intra-muros Vedana Spa, itself a reflection of the resort. The staff is helpful to the extreme, display great restraint, efficacy and politeness. The therapists appear to be highly qualified, caring and gentle for the daily treatments I experienced (facial shaving, full body scrub, massage both aromatherapy-style and deep tissue, pedicure, manicure). Like the spa reception, alley ways and additional facilities (such has Swedish style sauna, Turquish bath, hot and cold Jacuzzi) are set in a fusion-blend of tropical Vietnam and Japanese Zen. I will remember this little piece of Heaven along with the ominous beauty of the Imperial City's Citadel forever. Thank you to my lovely Hue hosts and I truly hope we can meet again.
for Everyoneby Paul from Sydney, Australia
Stunning resortPosted Nov 7, 2013
This is a beautiful resort about 10 minutes from the downtown area where the main sights are located. It is very relaxing and luxurious with an excellent restaurant and a huge pool. The grounds are large and filled with tropical gardens.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Glorious hotel, great setting, great staff.Posted Sep 20, 2013
Beautiful setting. Love the Japanese feeling of the place. Staff so polite.
for Everyoneby Nancy from Tulsa, OK
A week in paradise!Posted Sep 11, 2013
Location: Shuttle,bus takes you into Hue for all of the fine dining and a walk along the Perfume River.
We had a week in Hue and stayed here. My husband served in the US Army and lived in Hue in 1970 and 1971 so we were looking for a great place as this was his return to this area.. This was a dream come true and the entire staff gave us the tender care we oth needed!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Absolutely stunningPosted Aug 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
Beautiful, comfortable, in the nature. Bedrooms immaculate. Staff went out of their way to make our stay comfortable and relaxing. However, dinner in restaurant overpriced. Inflated prices for mediocre wine. Breakfast overpriced too. Bathroom a bit peculiar, we experienced flooding because the drain wasn't very effective. Pool was pretty and not busy. Felt so relaxed after staying there for 2 nights. Definitely worth spending a bit more money for this kind of luxury.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sydney
Beautiful resort, catering for all needsPosted Jul 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
Enjoyed the facilities, friendly, unfortunately too noisy with loud late night men's party and screaming loud children during the day
for Everyoneby Christine from Sydney
A very comfortable oasis in a busy cityPosted Jul 8, 2013
Pros: Size and comfort of rooms, great swimming pool good food
Cons: Having to leave
Location: A little far from the town centre
A most enjoyable stay in a very welcoming hotel. Hidden oasis in a busy city. Beautiful pool, lush gardens and very enjoyable breakfast. Shuttle bus into town was a great benefit also. a very family friendly resort. Would highly recommend to all travellers
for Everyoneby Linda from Ausy
Pilgramage resort stayPosted Jul 4, 2013
Pros: Nice pools , helpful staff, big rooms and bathrooms
Cons: Restaurant food not very good
Location: A little out of town but hotel provides shuttle service
Overall enjoyed our stay, but was annoyed at having to pay for two rooms we were told that was what a family room is . we were a party of 3 and fitted in one room easily, Ate at the restaurant once and the food was expensive and average.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Raleigh
One of the best resort that I have stayedPosted May 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
The resort design is fantastic. The place is filled with tropical fruit-bearing trees such as mango, jack-fruit, banana, coconut, etc. the infinity pool is amazing. It is beautiful. The room is large enough. I love the bathroom. However, the best attribute of the resort is the friendly staff. They always greet you with a smile. The breakfast is decent with different types of fruit. In general, I would love to stay here again. Well, definitely will come back.