At the height of 16 meters, the pool offers an open grand view of the city below. Snack and beverage of all kinds are served poolside. The fitness centre next door is fully furnished with up-to-date exercise equipment. If you're not feeling active, try your luck at the in-house casino, or indulge in some retail therapy at the souvenir shop.
"Located in the heart of Hue, the Imperial Hotel offers panoramic views of the poetic Perfume River, the Ngu Binh Mountain and the ancient Royal Palace."
The hotel's design reflects the mixture of elegant Eastern Asia and classically imperial culture of Hue with architecture of lines, patterns, cubes and restored ancient materials.
Interiors are enriched & furnished in the hearty warmth and wealthy calm reflecting the exact character of Hue, the Imperial City of Country. All 194 rooms including 168 Deluxe Rooms, 20 Suites, one Grand Presidential Suite and three apartments are well equipped with modern facilities.
The Imperial hotel has 194 rooms, including 168 deluxe rooms, 20 suites, 1 Grand presidential suite and 3 apartments. All are well equipped with modern facilities. Among them are 36 non-smoking rooms located on the two floors. The rooms combine modern with classic elements, blending historic architectural details and earthy décor. All rooms have classic and polished wooden floors, natural fabric, as well as classy furnishing. All have spectacular panoramic views of the serene Perfume River, the magnificent Ngu Binh Mountain and ancient monuments of the city.
- Fitness centre
The dining facilities include several restaurants and bars. 'The restaurant' can be taken as a small Japanese house, with ingredients and seasoning imported from Japan. All dishes are deliciously prepared by renowned Japanese national chefs and are the best places in town to enjoy Japanese food. Nestling inside the lobby and garden, the Piano Bar and Cafe offers you a wide variety of exotic drinks as well as homemade cakes and snacks.
Hue's unique location within a mountain range gives the city its notoriously bad weather of gloom and drizzle for the majority of the year. The region does see a dry season however, and temperatures peak between May and August. Visiting during the dry months will also allow you one of the best Hue experiences - swimming in the river that runs through the Phong Nha caves.
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"Set against a mountainous backdrop, the royal city of Hue is a fascinating exploration into Vietnam's past."
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