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Vietnam Puts 6 Hotels And Resorts On Conde Nast Traveler List

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4 hotels are among top 15 hotels in Southeast Asia (not including Singapore and Bangkok) and two resorts scoring places on the ‘Top 25 Best Resorts in Asia’ list, according to readers of Conde Nast Traveler.

More than 128,000 travelers took part in the 28th annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey, up more than 50,000 from last year – the most in its history—submitting millions of ratings and tens of thousands of comments to help create a list of winning favorites about the best cities, hotels, resorts, islands, airlines, cruise lines in all around the world.

On October 20th 2015, the prestigious international travel magazine unveiled the results of its annual Readers Choice Awards.

According to this year’s list, Sofitel Legend Metropole Ha Noi (3rd), Sofitel Saigon Plaza (8th), Park Hyatt Saigon (10th) and MGallery La Residence Hue Hotel and Spa (13th) making the Top 15 hotels in Southeast Asia (excluding Bangkok, Singapore). Cambodia lands 6 hotels make it the country has the most hotels on the list and Shinta Mani Club (Siemreap – Cambodia) is recognized as the best hotel in SEA. As with last year, Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi ranked the 1st place in the Top 30 best hotels in Southeast Asia (including Bangkok and Singapore), meanwhile, Mgallery La Residence Hue Hotel ranked 19th and Spa Park Hyatt Saigon was 20th.

The Nam Hai is ranked 12th and Anantara Hoi An stands in 15th on the ‘Top 25 Resorts in Asia’ list. Thailand and Bali (Indonesia) together to put 14 resorts on the list.

Last year, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa was highest rated Vietnamese resort (6th), The Nam Hai Hoi An was 10th and Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa was ranked 13th on the Top 20 Resorts in Asia in 2014.

About Conde Nast Traveller Reader’s Awards.

Conde Nast Traveller was first published by Conde Nast Publications Ltd, from Vogue House in Hanover Square, Mayfair, London in 1997. It is a luxury travel magazine aimed at the upmarket, independent traveler. The magazine runs several industry-recognized awards, the most important being the Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Awards, which take place every year. Other annual awards include the Readers’ Spa Awards, The Gold List (most luxurious hotels) and The Hot List (best new hotels).

Voting is conducted through a secure website, with responses tabulated by Equation Research. Readers evaluate candidates on a set of criteria using a standard five-point scale. Properties had to receive a required minimum number of responses to be eligible for an award.

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