Hue City, Vietnam, January 11, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The luxurious hotel by the fabled Perfume River is kicking off Vietnam’s most anticipated holiday, the Lunar New Year or Tết, with a special deal for all travelers who put Hue on their itinerary from January to March 2017.
If your heart has ever been set on culture, then Tết is a perfect fit for aspiring seekers. The Vietnamese celebrate the long holiday with various activities. The preparations, which usually accelerate through the third week of Lunar Calendar December, involve tidying up the house, decorating ancestors’ altars, conducting some pre-Tết ceremonies such as Kitchen Gods’ Farewell and Year-end Party and more. During Tet, beautiful customs are practiced throughout the country such as giving “li xi” or lucky money, giving calligraphy, paying visits to spiritual sites like forefathers’ graves, pagodas and temples. Spring festivities continue to enthrall revelers till March.
Known as the last feudal capital of Vietnam, the cultural and culinary Hue City is where centuries-old traditions are best-reserved and performed nowadays. It is, without question, an ideal place to soak up the vibrant spirit of the holiday. With La Residence, travelers will be on an enduring journey to explore the beauty of its celebration from rituals to cuisine. The "Tết" Festive Package entitles you to two nights’ accommodation in a Superior room inclusive of daily breakfast, choice of a special “Tết” menu dinner or a “Bánh Chưng” cooking class for two persons with La Residence culinary expert and the possibility of a room upgrade and late check-out.
Starting at VND1,560,000 net per person per night based on double occupancy, the package is available until 31st March 2017. For more information, contact the hotel at (84-54) 383 7475 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the hotel's website www.la-residence-hue.com for further promotions and packages.
About La Residence
La Residence celebrated its grand opening in December 2005 after a painstaking restoration of the 1930-built mansion. The hotel's distinctive bowed façade, its long horizontal lines and nautical flourishes are hallmarks of the streamline moderne school of art deco architecture. Its 122 rooms and suites, restaurants, lounges, bars and conference room are tricked out in complementary art-deco furnishings and décor that evoke both the 1920s and 1950s. The hotel's Le Parfum Restaurant serves Mediterranean and French cuisine, as well as dishes from an expansive Vietnamese menu.
La Residence has earned many prestigious awards from the likes of Condé Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure and other international media.