Victoria Can Tho Resort
The Mekong Delta, Vietnam
At a Glance
The perfect base from which to explore the magical Mekong Delta
92 elegantly furnished rooms and suites
Complimentary boat service into town
Explore the Mekong Delta by road, boat or mountain bike
Hotel boat for breakfast, lunch or dinner cruises
Best time to Visit
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Tropical climate. Hot and humid year round, with an average annual temperature of 27C. Best time to visit is December to April as is the dry season with occasional rain. May to November is the wet season with showers almost every day and flooding in the Mekong Delta can occur.
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Victoria Can Tho is a luxury colonial style hotel located right in the heart of the Mekong Delta. Its fantastic location allows guests to experience local culture untouched by tourists and the stunning beauty of the area.
Can Tho is effectively the capital of the Mekong Delta region - the whole area is defined by the river and its tributaries and the water's value to the local villagers is priceless. The area is beautiful and dominated not only by the water but by bountiful lush agricultural land which surrounds it.
Situated on the banks of the Hau River, one of the nine estuaries of the Mekong Delta, the Victoria Can Tho is a welcoming colonial hotel with modern comforts. The hotel is perfectly placed for guests to soak up the surrounds and admire the diversity of the region and its people.
The rooms at the Victoria Can Tho are simple but stylish with dark wooden floors, crisp white linen and panoramic views of the river. The Spices Restaurant overlooks the Hau River and delicious Vietnamese and Western influenced meals can be enjoyed al fresco in this incredibly picturesque setting. Other surprises found here include a tennis court, swimming pool, fitness center and the wonderful spa set in the magnificent gardens where reflexology, facials and indulgent massages take place in individual treatment huts.
The hotel has 84 Superior and Deluxe Rooms and 8 Suites. Each room combines the elegance of traditional Vietnamese style with International standards of comfort. All have wooden floors and the Deluxe Rooms and the larger Suites have balconies from which to enjoy the peaceful surrounds of this unspoiled area.
Children are welcome at The Victoria Can Tho but there are no facilities except for a Kids Corner with toys and games (parental supervision required as it is not staffed) and babysitting is also available.
Spices Restaurant has an outdoor terrace overlooking the Hau River and trips aboard the converted rice barge, The Lady Hau can be taken whilst enjoying a buffet breakfast, lunch, cocktails or dinner. There is also a bar with pool table, floodlit tennis court, fitness center, table tennis, Kids Corner (an unsupervised area with toys and games), an outdoor swimming pool and a riverside spa.
There is a free shuttle bus and shuttle boat service to town and excursions can be taken into the Mekong Delta by boat, road and mountain bike (it is very flat!). The hotel also offer cooking classes which include a visit to the local market.
Sophie Jones (Staff)
Located right on the river, The Victoria Can Tho is a beautiful and charming hotel perfect for accessing the Mekong. There is only one restaurant here but it has a good mix of western and Vietnamese cuisine all at a very affordable price. The pool is also lovely, located right in the middle of the hotel making it a great central point and great place to relax overlooking the river and outdoor terrace of the restaurant.
Evi-Elli La Valle (Staff)
The Victoria is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. You can rent kayaks or mountain bikes to explore the local area, cruising down little tributaries to visit floating villages or riding over small canals to explore the rice paddy fields or visit a traditional noodle factory. The Victoria is definitely a 4* property but it is comfortable and clean and the best place to stay overnight, allowing you to explore this untouched part of the Mekong Delta.
Cu Chi Tunnels
The tunnels of Cu Chi are an immense network of connecting underground tunnels located in the Cu Chi district of Ho Chi Minh City. They once supported the Viet Cong, the communist forces in Vietnam and are well worth exploring today.
Foodie Walking Tour of Saigon
This morning tour explores Saigon's fragrant street food on foot with a local expert. Explore markets, try authentic Banh Mi, enjoy Vietnamese ice tea and sit down to lunch at a local canteen.
The Heart of the Mekong Delta - With Cycling
Spend the day exploring the Mekong Delta, visiting sleepy villages, fruit plantations and local craft experts. This a chance to experience rural Vietnam and local life here, traveling by car, boat, on foot and even horse drawn cart or tri-motorcycle.
Travel like a local
Head to Chau Doc to experience the local way of living on the Mekong Delta. Chau Doc, that spreads along the banks of Hau Giang River (Bassac River) is a charming town with Chinese, Cham and Khmer communities.
Location & directions
The Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Close to Can Tho town, but a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, the resort lies on the banks of the Hau River, set amidst gardens with a plethora of exotic plants.