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Five hotels with unique architecture and interior in Vietnam
Mai Nguyen - VOV 18:30, 2017/10/08
Hoa Binh Green Da Nang, Alas Hoi An and Crazy House Da Lat, to name a few, are some of the unforgettable destinations for visitors due to their unique architecture and dazzling interior design.
The infinity pool is located on the roof of the 29-storey building, which has 24K gold plated tiles.
The infinity pool is located on the roof of the 29-storey building, which has 24K gold plated tiles.
Hoa Binh Green Danang. The newly opened hotel impresses visitors with the world’s highest and largest gilded swimming pool. The infinity pool is located on the roof of the 29-storey building, which has 24K gold plated tiles.
The infinity pool is the crowning jewel of a hotel complex boasting 1,600 rooms. Gold is a theme throughout the opulent hotel with gold plated elevator doors, decorative lights, vases, chopsticks, showers, sinks and even toilets.
The Alas in Hoi An, designed by architect Vo Trong Nghia, won the Green Good Design Awards 2017 and received high praise from the world’s famous magazine Archdaily and it’s easy to see why! The façade, lobby and hotel roof are overflowing with the greenery, hanging vines drape down and enhancing the architecture. The rooms inside the hotel also have green areas to bring fresh space for visitors.
The Hoi An Alas has 48 rooms and is with a swimming pool, restaurant, entertainment and fitness complex. Enjoying this luxury does not come cheaply, with nightly rates beginning at VND1 million per night.
Crazy House, Da Lat is consistently voted one of the most impressive destinations by many foreign tourism websites. Entrance for visitors is modestly priced at around VND40,000. Each room in Crazy house is priced from VND800,000 per night. The hotel was designed by architect Dang Viet Nga.
Bird cage hotel in Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City is named by visitors. It has 17 rooms with different styles but the room number 304 is the most eye catching among visitors with birdcage-shaped beds. The room rate is VND440,000 per night.
TajmaSago Castle is located in district 7 of Ho Chi Minh City and is reminiscent of the Taj Mahal. With a colour scheme of black and white, the Castle  has nearly 20 rooms for relaxation and other functional rooms such as movies, spa and restaurants. The luxury of The Castle does come at a cost, with rooms being VND2.5 million per night. During their stay, visitors can enjoy Italian and French cuisine, when it comes to wine they are spoilt for choice with a wine list offering more than 150 options. 
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