Celebrate the charms of art deco's golden age. A member of the MGallery collection of memorable hotels by Accor, La Résidence Hue Hôtel & Spa is an enchanting boutique hotel on the banks of the fabled Perfume River overlooking the former Imperial Citadel – once home to Emperors and now preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Endowed with opulence and warmth, this former residence of the French Colonial governor has been painstakingly restored and refashioned into an exceptional design hotel. The hotel's distinctive bowed façade, long horizontal lines and nautical flourishes are hallmarks of the 1930's Streamline Moderne school of art deco architecture.
With 122 rooms and suites, La Résidence Hôtel & Spa is truly a boutique hotel and great care has been taken to preserve the charm, comfort and atmosphere of a classic colonial villa.
Whilst all rooms boast every modern convenience, the atmosphere of a bygone age is captured through sensitive use of local materials, art deco inspired design and careful attention to detail.
Most rooms have breathtaking views across the Perfume River to the imposing flag staff of the Citadel beyond.
Recognized by UNESCO as a cultural treasure worthy of protection, the tombs of the Hue Kings and the city's stunning imperial citadel retain the majesty and elegance of the Imperial Dynasty. The renown of the former Imperial Capital is born of much more than history and scenic beauty. Famed for the quality of its cuisine, artisanal handicrafts, education system and unique local aesthetic, Hue is known throughout Asia as a cultural treasure and a charming destination.
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