Advertorial: Century Riverside Hue Hotel

An international four-star luxury hotel in the heart of Hue, the Century Riverside Hue Hotel features a harmonious blend of colonial elegance and traditional architecture, creating a relaxing vibe for visitors.

This resort-like hotel features 135 deluxe rooms and suites, surrounded by flower gardens and lawns, next to the historic Truong Tien Bridge. There are different categories of rooms such as Deluxe River View facing the Perfume River, Deluxe Garden View with all the conveniences and amenities, and Century Suites Riverview that’s high class and elegant. All the rooms are designed with all modern conveniences such as broadband WiFi, cable TV, mini bar, safety box and more.

Century Riverside Hotel Hue room

Restaurants & bars

The riverfront Terrace restaurant holds 150 guests with views of the Perfume River. Diners can enjoy traditional Hue food, international dishes, and a buffet breakfast. Riverside restaurant holds 350 guests, surrounded by gardens, next to the swimming pool. The Imperial restaurant can hold 40 guests. The restaurant is sophisticatedly designed in Hue’s Royal Court architecture, serving royal dishes that are unique to Hue’s gastronomy. Full House restaurant accommodates up to 800 guests.

Meeting venues

Function rooms include conference halls with modern equipments linked together, which consists of a New Century Service Center for Holding Events and 5 conference halls inside the hotel with 1 large room, 1 medium room and 3 rooms for break-out sessions. New Century Service Center has just been built inside the yard. With its modern equipments, the Center is an ideal place to hold conferences for up to 800 participants. The Pagoda Conference room is the second largest room, together with 3 smaller conference rooms (the Imperial, the Citadel, and the VIP 3 room).

Entertainments

The Spa has 10 separate rooms that offer massages, a Jacuzzi, and a sauna with relaxing treatments, new equipments and professional therapists. Spa services will provide our guests relaxation and energy to start the day. The large outdoor tennis court is free for in-house guests. The swimming pool is by the river bank where guests can enjoy sunshine and relax in a quiet and peaceful space.

For further info, please contact Century Riverside Hue’s Sales & Marketing Dept:

49 Le Loi Street, Hue.  Tel: (054)3823390/3823391 res@centuryriversidehue.com 

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