HUE, Vietnam (July 22, 2020) — This summer Azerai Resorts is offering travelers in the Mekong Delta and in Vietnam’s former imperial capital of Hue a range of exclusive getaway packages, as domestic tourism in Vietnam continues to accelerate following the country’s remarkable success in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic.
The new “Resident Getaway” package at Azerai Can Tho (VND 4,700,000 or approximately USD 203) and Azerai La Residence, Hue (VND 4,700,000 Sunday to Thursday; VND 5,640,000 Friday and Saturday) features one night in a Garden Room (Azerai Can Tho) or Superior Standard Room (Azerai La Residence, Hue), daily breakfast for two persons, USD25-35 credit for use at the resort’s spa or F&B outlets, and more. Priority complimentary upgrades are provided based on availability.
The “Resident Retreat” at Azerai Can Tho (VND 6,480,000) and Azerai La Residence, Hue (VND 5,640,000 weekday or 6,580,000 for Friday and Saturday) features a one-night stay in a Lake Room (Azerai Can Tho) or Superior River Room (Azerai La Residence, Hue), daily breakfast for two persons, USD35-45 credit for use at the resort’s spa or F&B outlets, one-way airport transfer, and a 60-minute spa treatment for two persons, among other benefits.
Guests who stay at Azerai Can Tho during the week (from Sunday to Thursday) receive a complimentary 60-minute massage for two persons.
All packages also include a welcome drink upon arrival; daily afternoon snacks in the lobby from 15:30 to 16:30; complimentary Wifi in guest rooms and public areas; free usage of kids’ club, gym and swimming pools; and more.
Azerai La Residence, Hue is also offering “day-pass” vouchers that include two-way transfers from/to Danang or Hue, in addition to half-day tours on a Perfume River boat, a three-course set-menu lunch for two persons, and access to the hotel’s facilities (pool, gym, sauna/steam bath), as well as daytime use of a Superior Standard guest room.
Along with the new packages, Azerai Resorts has unveiled sweeping new health and safety protocols at both Azerai Can Tho and Azerai La Residence, Hue, designed to ensure maximum protection for both guests and staff. Both properties have also received a safe travel designation from the Vietnamese government under the new “Business Ensures Safety” program.
“Our resorts have remained fully operational the past several months while adhering to Vietnamese government and World Health Organization guidelines, and we have continued to provide our guests with safe and memorable travel experiences,” said Clive Ellul Hawthorn, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Azerai Resorts.
Among the new protocols that have been adopted are increased frequency in cleaning and disinfecting of all public areas of the resorts, maintaining adequate social distance at all times between staff and guests, and extensive new “deep cleaning” procedures in guest rooms, including mandatory 48-hour vacancy periods between guests.
More details on all packages can be found on the Azerai website: www.azerai.com