Sustainable tourism is a trend of global interest. Vietnam is also not out of that flow when many eco-lodge and eco-resorts have been continuously born in recent years.
Not long ago, a hotel was said to be luxurious with its crystal chandeliers, gilded interior and marble columns. Today, the wooden houses, bamboo furniture, hidden in the mountains, in the jungle, or along the coast, express a new aesthetic perspective.
In addition to the architecture and interior in harmony with nature, a true eco-lodge or eco-resort also has resource-saving policies, supports the local economy and seeks to spread good values to guests. row.
Let’s iDesign take a trip from North to South to discover beautiful architectural “gems”, representing the cultural regions of Vietnam.
Topas Ecolodge (Sapa)
Topas Ecolodge like a small, poetic village located on two hills, among clouds, sky, mountains and terraced fields. The bungalows are built of white stone of Hoang Lien Son mountain, with beautiful views of the valley and the village. The simple yet convenient rustic house architecture and furniture are the combination of the Sapa identity, the common home of many ethnic minorities, and the Nordic contemporary style, reminiscent of the homeland of the founder (Denmark).
The restaurant and lounge are two old stilt houses of the Tay, meticulously transported and assembled. Another highlight of eco-lodge is the infinity pool, one of the most famous “photogenic” swimming pools in Vietnam.
Hue Ecolodge (Hue)
Hue Ecolodge located in a peaceful village along “Huong river, Ngu mountain”. The houses are both idyllic, friendly and hinting at the elegance of the old capital’s garden house architecture. Wooden furniture, ceiling tile walls, and floral tile floors create a cozy and classic atmosphere. Main color brown soil blends with the green garden, faintly smells of grapefruit flowers. The space is more meditative with bamboo rows and a calm lake.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort (Nha Trang)
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, a favorite destination for many recent entertainment stars, bears the spirit of contemporary Chill Aesthetic. After setting foot on a private island about 20 minutes from the mainland by speedboat, it feels like entering a separate world full of relaxation.
Spa, restaurant and some villas blend in with nature and large coastal rocks – a feature of the terrain here. The design of the reception area and the common buildings was inspired by the Vietnamese village communal house. Simple interior, all of which is wood with thatched roofs, creating a natural, spacious and elegant space. Carpentry is crafted in traditional style, with wooden pegs, without using rivets. Are you ready to awaken six senses in Ninh Van Bay?
Lak Tented Camp (Dak Lak)
On an area of nearly 5ha, “campsite” is convenient Lak Tented Camp includes wooden buildings and large tent-shaped houses. Each house is built as high as a stilt house and has its own balcony, a perfect place to relax with a morning cup of coffee while watching Lak Lake. Inside, the cream-colored curtains balance the dark wooden floors and light floods from the spacious windows.
Ethnic sounds in the interior show rough logs reminiscent of sunny and windy mountains and forests in the Central Highlands. Y Lak Restaurant was originally a long restored Mnong building.
Amanoi Resort (Ninh Thuan)
The work of a famous designer Jean-Michel Gathy and Denniston Associates, Amanoi expressing the quintessential architectural language of Vietnam and the world, on a dangerous terrain.
Jean-Michel Gathy share: “Amanoi’s design aesthetic reflects a contemporary vision of traditional Vietnamese architecture. The elegant interior contrasts with the ruggedness of the mountain, evoking a sense of tranquility for a resort. The vast landscape of trees, rocky outcrops, mingle with the villas, while the terrace and the swimming pool are the highlight to create the magnitude. ”
Symbol of Amanoi is the central building of Central Pavilion with a charming Vietnamese-style pointed tile roof. When stepping up here, guests will be overwhelmed by the scenery of the sea and the surrounding Nui Chua National Park.
Victoria Nui Sam Lodge (Chau Doc)
Victoria Nui Sam Lodge It was built stretching vertically from low to high on the slopes of the sacred mountain. The building is made entirely of local stone and wood.
The interior is decorated in a gentle country style. Each room has French-style doors, leading to a separate outdoor patio area, with an ideal view down to the vast fields of the Cambodian border.
The simple design makes the hotel blend in well with the surrounding beauty. “Green concept” is also shown in the fact that the restaurant is naturally ventilated, without air conditioning to save energy. The herb gardens come from the Sam Mountains themselves, which provide ingredients for guests’ meals.
Mango Bay Resort (Phu Quoc)
Located on 10 hectares of coastal land, Mango Bay Resort brings simplicity and simplicity with luxurious services. The villas are roofed, overlooking the Gulf of Thailand or the garden. Indochine style furniture evokes warmth and nostalgia.
The architectural feature of the resort is terracotta wall. The thick walls, combined with the rotating wooden door system, create a cool space inside the room, flooded with natural light, and do not need air conditioning.
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