With the city centre within a short walk, the Liberty Central Hotel is ideally located in Nha Trang to make the most of this vibrant city. Appreciated as one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Nha Trang is blessed with stunning views out across the turquoise waters dotted with green islands.
Many tour guides offer excursions out across these beautiful islands that are renowned for their colourful reefs and unspoiled natural beauty. The Liberty Central helps you make the most of your stay in the city with comfortable and welcoming rooms all with the modern amenities a traveller can't live without whilst offering impressive views out across the ocean or the city and towards the surrounding hills. To truly appreciate your surroundings, head up to the hotels roof top bar 'Above Sky Bar' where you can admire panoramic vistas with a refreshing cocktails and a light snack before heading out to make the most of this city's renowned nightlife. With all of this at your fingertips, you will never want to leave.
- Cool off in the stunning outdoor pool, located on the 4th floor, giving a sense of privacy above the buzzing city
- Feel on top of the world at the hotels impressive rooftop bar with incredible views out across the bay and city skyline
- A popular form of entertainment in Vietnam, the hotel includes a 7 karaoke rooms for hours of entertainment
- Departs: london
- Arrives: Cam Ranh, Vietnam
- Departs: Cam Ranh, Vietnam
- Arrives: london
Liberty Central Hotel
- Deluxe Room
- Bed and Breakfast
- Contemporary roof top bar
- Ideal location for sun-seekers as well as culture lovers
- Private outdoor pool
A must for many visitors to the city is to take a boat tour out to the islands dotted in the bay where you'll find stunning colourful reefs to dive in as well as well as virgin beaches just waiting to be explored. In the evening take advantage of the cities renowned nightlife where you can find a variety of modern clubs and bars on the pretty promenade.
£1119 per person
Your holidays include:
- Representation Services