Life Resorts Debuts Boutique Rooms at Sea

Life Resorts is inviting guests to spend some time at sea. We hear that the luxury brand has launched a boutique resort in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam. Yes, that's right. In the bay.

The company's 22 heritage junks are private floating hotel rooms, each carrying a maximum of four guests on a bespoke itinerary within the famed UNESCO Heritage Site.

Each 42-foot junk offers a fully furnished 344-square-foot cabin with panoramic windows, traditional Vietnamese decor, an en suite bathroom, swim deck, covered separate lounge area and upper sun deck.

Reservations are now being accepted for overnight cruises, four- and six-hour day cruises and wedding photography cruises.

For more information visit www.life-resorts.com.
 

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