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What We Love

  • The 1920s charm and if-these-walls-could-talk sense of history
  • French Colonial-era traditions like afternoon tea
  • A posh restaurant, Le Rabelais, with a fireplace and garden views
  • European-meets-Southeast Asian treatments in the spa
  • There’s a golf course, tennis court, and full fitness center

What To Know

  • Breakfast isn’t included in the room rate
  • No pets allowed
  • Free WiFi
  • The town of Dalat was built around the hotel, and it remains one of its premiere attraction

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

French Deco palace hotel with a golf course and spa, set in Vietnam’s tranquil Central Highlands

The Lowdown

This palatial resort set in the southeastern past of Vietnam’s Central Highlands was built under the watchful eye of the French Governor in 1922, and the property’s air of genteel splendor lives on today. The hotel faces a man-made lake; outdoorsy pursuits like golf and tennis are encouraged. Guest rooms feature an abundance of flounces, from canopied beds to heavy damask curtains and Oriental rugs, but there are plenty of modern must-haves among all the nostalgia, like free WiFi and a fitness center. Continuing the Francophile theme, the elegant dining room serves classic French cuisine, while the spa offers a combination of European treatments and Vietnamese techniques.

In the Area

Explore the town of Dalat, with its grand villas and wooden homes reminiscent of the Swiss Alps. Swing by the modern monastery Truc Lam, then check out the rather splendid Bao Dai Summer Palace, an Art Deco gem built in the 1930s by Vietnam’s last feudal king. Finish your architectural tour with Dalat’s kookiest dwelling, Hang Nya Guest House, also known as “Crazy House”: one look at its trippy, Gaudi-on-steroids silhouette will tell you why. Afterwards, find out why Dalat is sometimes called “The City of Flowers” at the Dalat Flower Park, where you’ll be surrounded by thousands of blooms including orchids, roses, and hydrangeas.

How to Get There

Dalat Palace Heritage Hotel
02 Tran Phu Street
Da Lat, Vietnam

Reviews

Excellent hotel.
KhacChung1959

Nice view, staff friendly, hospitality, luxury room . Specially Mr Hùng (Security) he is the best staff I ever seen. Congratulation. This is the first time I stayed here. Hope I come back with my family.

Nice Hotel
KianMcnee

Lovely Hotel with friendly staff and delicious Food. The location was excellent,near to the Chicken Church and Lam Vien square. We was so happy. But There are something old, should to be upgrade! We will return if have opportunity!

Palace
C4619ABgeorget

What a gorgeous property, almost 100 years old, incredible how well it’s been preserved. My observation of 3 areas.
1-rooms in the new wing are beautiful/comfortable, the bedding is a 10
2-only had the breakfast buffet, it was terrific, if you wanted something fresh or item you didn’t see, they were GLAD to make for you.
3- last but not least the service, after staying over 2 weeks you get a pretty good feel of the property/people, couldn’t have been better, definitely a reflection of the GM Truong and front desk Mgr My Anh and staffs of the reception desk.