Paradise Vietnam is following the demand for more multi-night cruise experiences on Halong Bay by adding two new Paradise Prestige boats. The boats were former Paradise Luxury vessels that underwent significant renovations for the rebrand.
The vessels hit the water October 1 and are specially designed for spending multiple nights on Halong Bay. Both Paradise Prestige vessels house 15 cabins. Guests can benefit from a multi-night cruise by being able to sail into more secluded, less touristy areas – something one-night cruises cannot always do. The launch of the new ships also marks a dive into the all-inclusive options for Paradise Vietnam.
Onboard amenities include free-flow food and drinks including a la carte meals and sparkling wine, one 50-minute spa treatment per person per day and business lounge access at Noi Bai International Airport.
Earlier this year, the company rolled out the second of two Paradise Elegance ships, which, at 61 meters long and 13 meters wide with 31 cabins, are the biggest overnight cruising vessels in the UNESCO World Heritage site according to the company.
The creation of Paradise Prestige signifies the second major move made by Paradise’s cruise division this year.
Paradise Vietnam also owns and operates Paradise Peak, a boutique, eight-suite ship designed for families or small groups; the 156-room Paradise Suites and Paradise Trend hotels, the first and only boutique luxury hotels in Halong Bay; and six restaurants, including two in Hanoi.