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Luxury Hotels for Vietnam - recommendations

Old Feb 7, 19, 5:29 am
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for visiting Hanoi./Da Nang/HMC would people suggest March/April is the best time to travel? For sunshine and particularly the beach area ( Da Nang)

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I think Danang would be fine. It was scorching hot when I went there last April.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 8:07 am
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Originally Posted by Rachel2019 View Post
for visiting Hanoi./Da Nang/HMC would people suggest March/April is the best time to travel? For sunshine and particularly the beach area ( Da Nang)
Here's a weather app I like that gives the best month for travel to a destination.

https://www.weather2travel.com/whent...am/da-nang.php
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Old Feb 8, 19, 8:27 am
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great thanks! Just trying to avoid rain as much as possible, get enough of that in the UK
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Old Feb 11, 19, 1:29 pm
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Would there be anywhere in Vietnam with decent weather in mid-late July and a good resort option?

One of the last countries we haven't visited in the region and we wont be too far away.
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Old Feb 11, 19, 10:29 pm
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Originally Posted by damaxer91 View Post
Would there be anywhere in Vietnam with decent weather in mid-late July and a good resort option?

One of the last countries we haven't visited in the region and we wont be too far away.
Yes, most of it - Hoi An/Danang down to Nha Trang region (Amanoi etc).
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Old Feb 25, 19, 4:17 am
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Trying to decide between Sofitel and JW Marriott - over New Year.

JW Marriott would provide two level suite for 5 nights, vs almost entry level at Sofitel.

I am leaning towards Marriott. Am I making a big mistake?
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