Known as the queen of the last feudal dynasty in Vietnam, Queen Nam Phuong (1914-63), who was known for her matchless beauty, was born Marie-Thérèse Nguyen Huu Thi Lan in Go Cong, a Mekong Delta town.
Later Imperial Princess Nam Phuong, became the first and primary wife of Bao Dai, the last Emperor of Vietnam, from 1934 until her death. She also was the first and only empress consort of the Nguyen Dynasty. Before marrying the emperor, Queen Nam Phuong was honored as Miss Indochina three times.
The same size as the neighbouring King Suite on the upper deck, the Queen Suite is more feminine, intimate and elegant, but just as luxurious and spacious, with the flourish of Indochina. The bedroom features an elegant bed with romantic net drapes, lamps, old telephones, dressing table, colonial armoires, antiques and beautiful hand-made artworks, all working together to create a sumptuous and stately atmosphere - one fit for a Queen.
On passing through the large entrance you will find a bar area, a table with the powerful Queen’s seal in the living room and a separate bedroom with a double bed, and en-suite bathroom with large pedestal sink, jacuzzi and separate standing shower.
The Queen Suite offers the best views from its private balcony and sundeck. The bedroom features huge windows, a magnificent queen-sized bed and hand-painted wooden floors. The spacious living room has original-style wooden floors, a fireplace and bookcases.
One of the two largest suites on Emperor Cruises at 60 m2, with styles that blend traditional French classical architecture and Vietnamese flair, your stay will be enhanced with luxury amenities including WiFi, LED TV with DVD, iPad and iPod as well as butler services.