Located on a beautiful hill, Bao Dai Villa was the emperor’s royal residence on Do Son Beach near Hai Phong in Tonkin Bay. Do Son is just a few hours by boat from famous Halong Bay. Emperor Bao Dai used to stay here for vacations and to relax with his family between 1933 and 1954, when he was Emperor of Annam and Chief of the Vietnam State.
The Do Son Suite is located on the main deck of the vessel and is 37.6 square metres in size. Every suite is designed individually with the character reflecting the history of the original royal villas. The interior design is inspired by the 1930s and the isolated former royal summer residence overlooking Do Son Beach, which was the most popular beach destination in Northern Vietnam.
The Do Son Suite has twin beds and is adjacent to the Vung Tau Suite complete with its own private sun deck. This is just perfect for families. The suite also features typical Indochine décor, old black-and-white photos, wooden flooring, stylish tiles and a marble bathroom. Air-conditioning, a mini-bar and smart TV are included.
The Do Son Suite is spacious with its own private balcony affording spectacular ocean views. The old-fashioned bathroom is tastefully designed, gold in color and fit for royalty with a tub or walk-in shower. The ocean can be viewed from any corner of the bathroom.