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The 10 Best Eco-Friendly Hotels and Stays Near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Updated: 12 April 2018
These 10 best eco-friendly hotels in the south of Vietnam are your best bets for a ‘green’ holiday in the region, as each promises a stay with great facilities, services, and practices that are environmentally sustainable.

An Lam Saigon River City

Eco Hotel
An Lam Saigon River City
An Lam Saigon River City | © An Lam/Hotels.com
An Lam is located on the banks of the Saigon river and can be reached by a 15-minute speed-boat ride from the city center. With 19 spacious suites and villas spread across a lush garden for you to choose from, you can expect all the mod cons of a luxurious hotel. Each room is exclusively designed with a contemporary yet rustic Vietnamese countryside feel – rain showers, huge stone bathtubs, large vanity areas, private pools…it’s all there. Despite all the luxury, An Lam is committed to protecting and conserving the environment, with eco-friendly values and practices. Natural materials, handmade textiles and earthy colors reiterate their bonds to the environment.
Hotel Amenities
Free Wifi
Restaurant
Bar
Swimming pool
Spa
Hot tub
Business facilities
Child activities
Crib
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Mango Bay Phu Quoc

Eco Hotel
Mango Bay Phu Quoc
Mango Bay Phu Quoc | © Mango Bay Resort/Hotels.com
The Mango Bay Resort is a favorite getaway located in the rugged and remote northern shores of Phu Quoc Island. It’s almost as if you’re in a secret location, far away from people who do not know this place exists. Butterfly and orchid gardens, palm trees and vines, a pristine and sandy shoreline, rocky outcrops and large trees really add to the feeling of being in the middle of nowhere, lost on a deserted island. You can choose from wooden bungalows and fired earth cottages. They all come with outdoor bathrooms and minimal furnishings, without TVs, A/Cs, or even kettles — hot water is provided in flasks every day. The resort also offers excursions around the local area to keep you busy during the stay. There are plenty of spots to explore, not only the beach, but also the giant Phu Quoc National Park. Mango Bay is great for those looking to appreciate the simple things in life and lose track of time.