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Hoi An is relaxed and charming beach town forty-five minutes drive from Da Nang. Regular flights leave Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and Hanoi for Da Nang throughout the day. A private car will meet you at Da Nang Airport and take you to your fabulous Hoi An Resort. Please note when you book your flight that while you first arrive at Da Nang, the retreat finishes in Hanoi. You will need to adjust your flight accordingly. You do not need to book a flight from Da Nang to Hanoi as it is included in the retreat price and booked for you.

The retreat begins at 1.00pm on Saturday 2nd November 2019. You will need to be at the resort and checked in by this time. When booking your flights please allow extra time for the 45 minutes drive from Da Nang to Hoi An. If you prefer more time to relax and refresh after your flight from overseas we recommend you arrive one day earlier.



Rooms are a generous size and private with ensuite. Shared rooms are available at reduced cost. Cabins on the boat on Halong Bay are smaller than in the resort and hotel, and are also private. Please contact us if you’d like a shared cabin.  


We have scheduled free time everyday to use however you choose. And you have one complete day if you’d like to explore further afield. You are not required to stay at the hotel during this time, although you are very welcome to stay to relax and make use of the hotel’s facilities.


The Vietnamese love food and put much effort into creating fresh, tasty dishes to cater for a wide range of tastes. All meals contain a range of dishes and can be varied to suit tastes and any dietary restrictions. You will be able to provide details of these on your intake form.

Seafood is very popular in this country with extensive coastlines and many waterways. However, if you hate fish or shellfish, don’t despair! There are many different tastes available from the common chicken, beef and pork options, through vegetarian, to exotic offerings. Vegetarian choices are found on every menu. Gluten free options are appearing as the country adapts to western dietary needs.

Hoi An specialises in seafood, although a wide range of alternative dishes are available. Many Hoi An restaurants are supplied with fresh produce from the local organic farming village.

Food in Hanoi is not as spicy as in the southern regions of the country, relying on subtle blends of flavours and textures. It is greatly influenced by French cuisine which results in a curious mix of the two styles. You can be sure to find crusty bread, pastries and excellent coffee through Vietnam, thanks to the French influence. Hanoi is the home of pho (breakfast soup) and not to be missed.

Out on Halong Bay it makes sense to avail ourselves of the fresh fish. Catering is provided by the boat and includes a range of varied dishes, not all seafood.

As influences from outside Vietnam grow many new foods from other cultures have become available, such as pizza, burgers, Italian, Japanese, just in case you crave a taste of home.


We have scheduled plenty of Free Time into the program which you can use any way you wish – to rest, shop, sightsee, journal, read, relax by the pool or the beach, explore the local area by bicycle, or simply discover more about this vibrant culture. You are not required to stay at the hotel during this time, although you are very welcome to stay to relax and make use of the hotel’s facilities.


For your enjoyment and safety we need to know if you have any allergies. Please inform us of all allergies you have, whether they are food related or otherwise so we can take necessary precautions. If you indicate you have allergies we will contact you regarding this before the departure date.

indochine queen retreat

Saturday 2nd November – Sunday 10th November 2019

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