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Pilgrimage Village Hotel

Pilgrimage Village Hotel, Hue, Vietnam

The Pilgrimage Village offers a harmonious combination between the natural environment and local culture; modern and traditional Vietnamese art. It is a place where you can relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Village has 99 rooms and bungalows with either garden or countryside views each offering modern facilities including air - conditioning, IDD Telephone, individual electronic safe box, mini - bar and tea/ coffee making facilities. The detached Bungalows are more modern in style, and some have private plunge pools.

There are two large swimming pools - one for adults only - a spa, yoga and meditation pavilion, and range of interesting handicraft shops. Located 4km from central Hue, the hotel offers a complimentary shuttle bus into the city center five times daily. It is worth double checking the times when you arrive at the accommodation.

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