Vietnam's Reverie Saigon has been called out as the fourth Best
Hotel in the World by Condé Nast Traveler in its annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
The recognition is the most prestigious finish for a Vietnamese hotel ever in
the Condé Nast Traveler awards, which are widely hailed as one of the top two
awards in the travel industry.
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Announced in New York on Oct. 17, Condé Nast Traveler’s 30th annual compendium
is the result of a voting process that began April 1 and ended July 1, with
participation by more than 300,000 readers.
While no other hotel from Vietnam claimed a spot among the world’s top 50, La
Residence Hue Hotel & Spa groomed its placement on the list with a No. 8 finish
on the Top Hotels in Asia list and the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi claimed a
No. 21 spot.
The Park Hyatt Saigon rounded out recognition for hotels in Vietnam with a No.
18 finish on the top 25 hotels list.
On the resort side, four properties in Vietnam also placed in the annual
contest: Banyan Tree Lang Co (No. 6), InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula (No.
8), Angsana Lang Co (No. 11) and Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai (No. 37).
The awards’ voters considered more than 7,320 hotels and resorts around the
world, casting ballots from desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Two years ago, just 128,000 readers participated in the awards process, up from
77,000 the year before. Last year, Condé Nast Traveler took charge of the voting
process from an outside agency. Consequently, the median age of the voters
dropped from the late 60s in 2015 to the mid 40s last year to the late 30s this