The architecture of Emperor Bao Dai’s royal villas, which were located in some of the most visited destinations in Vietnam, was in harmony with the surroundings.
The White Palace Vung Tau is located in Vung Tau, Southern Vietnam, formerly called Cochinchine in the French protectorate. Now it takes just 2 hours from Saigon by speed boat or car to reach Vung Tau. Bao Dai used to stay here periodically from 1926 to 1954 for family vacations and state affairs.
The Vung Tau Suite is located on the main deck of the vessel and is 42.9 square metres, maximizing the natural light with two windows with ocean views, and is decorated with old pictures of Hue, bringing a touch of nostalgia for this glorious period.
With more space and privacy for an exclusive and intimate cruising experience, the Vung Tau Suite has a double bed and its own private balcony and sun deck. This suite is designed for honeymooners, romantic lovers, and sophisticated travellers.
The luxurious styles and its individual design ensure a comfortable stay for guests. A spacious sitting area provides room to stretch out and watch television, read a book or simply enjoy the magical sunsets while enjoying a chilled glass of wine.
The suite is decorated in warm colors with leather headboards, plush sofas, chairs and drapes, new lighting features, window coverings, fancy carpeting, new artwork, stylish bed cushions and throw pillows.
The suite also features typical Indochine décor, old black-and-white photos, wooden flooring, stylish tiles and marble bathroom. Air-conditioning, a mini-bar and smart TV are included as well.