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ALL - Accor Live Limitless celebrates Lunar New Year with latest rewards offer

In celebration of the upcoming Lunar New Year, ALL - Accor Live Limitless is rewarding its members with 888 reward points for stays of two nights or longer across Vietnam.

Members will need to register for the offer and make a booking by 18th February for stays up until 30th April 2022.

Apart from this offer, Accor hotels in Vietnam are also launching a number of attractive offers and engaging activities that will delight guests during this special time of the year.


Premier Village Phu Quoc Resort

Located on the secluded Ong Doi Cape in the southern end of the emerald island, Premier Village Phu Quoc Resort is the only resort in Phu Quoc Island (Kien Giang Province) that has two shorelines where guests can watch the sun rising and setting over the ocean.

From 20th January until 31st March 2022, guests can enjoy the resort’s ‘Wellness Package’ offer with a complimentary 60-minute massage and 10% saving on accommodation when booking a minimum of a two-night stay.

The package also includes breakfast, early check-in at 12pm noon and late check-out at 4pm. Accor Plus members will enjoy an additional 10% saving on accommodation when booking this offer. For further information, visit

Pullman Vung Tau

Pullman Vung Tau offers a variety of choices for dining on each day of Tet. On the first and second day of the Lunar New Year, guests can enjoy a set menu of Vietnamese traditional Tet cuisine from both the North and South of the country, from VND490,000 per person.

On the third day of Tet, the hotel will tantalize guests’ taste buds with an international buffet, from VND888,000 per person while the fourth day presents a luscious seafood buffet dinner, from VND1,180,000 per person.

The final day of Tet concludes with a seafood barbeque and South-East Asian cuisine, from VND1,280,000 per person including alcoholic beverages.

All rates are inclusive of tax and service charge. For further information, visit

Novotel Nha Trang

In the coastal city of Nha Trang, Novotel brings a refreshing offering of traditional Vietnamese cuisine during Tet.

On the first day, Novotel Nha Trang will introduce a menu of vegan food with specialty dishes such as rice flour pancakes, seaweed salad, tropical fruits from VND250.000 per couple. F

or the second and third day of Tet, lunch buffets will comprise of traditional Vietnamese cuisine from the North, Central and South of the country.

From 31st January to 5th February the hotel will offer up a sumptuous dinner buffet featuring freshly caught seafood and dishes from Thailand, Korea and China.

The lunch buffet is VND299.000 per person and the dinner buffet is VND699.000 per person. All prices are inclusive of tax and service charge. For further information, visit


Hotel des Arts Saigon - MGallery

Celebrate Tet by your way in the heart of the Oriental Pearl – Saigon, with MGallery’s Tet Staycation Package featuring special benefits such as a complimentary upgrade to a Grand Deluxe Room and late check-out.

The package is available for guests staying until 6th February 2022, from VND3,980,000++/night including breakfast. The signature buffet at Saigon Kitchen and sumptuous offerings of Social Club will continue to impress. The seafood buffet at Saigon Kitchen features an array of fresh seafood such as lobsters, premium snow crabs, or imported oysters, and many more, VND1.288.000++.

At Social Club, the Epic Brunch Tet edition offers a variety of fresh seafood and premium dishes paired with free-flow Taittinger at VND3,400,000++ per person. For further information, visit


Pullman Phu Quoc Beach Resort

Phu Quoc Beach Resort will once again be abuzz as it welcomes the Year of the Tiger in style. The week-long festivity from 27 January until 4 February 2022 ushers a variety of gourmet journeys and entertaining performances for anyone expecting a celebration that is primed for a most auspicious start to the New Year.

From 27 January 2022: Mad Cow Wine & Grill, the exclusive rooftop steak house on the island, launches its new menu. In line with its Mad statement on mouth-watering steaks and retail priced wines, the new menu promises a truly unparalleled dining experience within either the premises or Phu Quoc.

On 29 January 2022: The Vitamin-Sea Dinner Buffet indulges you in a lavish, all-you-can-eat buffet of your most craved seafood. Start off the feast with a sumptuous spread of fresh seafood-on-ice such as squid, scallops, shrimps, sea urchin, oyster grilled to order, Western delights and Asian favorites.

On 31 January 2022: Cheers to the lunar new year with a rooftop countdown party filled with tasty light bites, adrenaline-pumping DJ performances and dazzling fireworks.

From 1 to 3 February 2022: A fun-size version of the lively Tet market, taking place at the main wing terrace is back to the Resort.

Filled up with colorful eatery stalls, serving local grills and light bites starting from VND 50,000 Net, the Night Market will sure to add up to a marvelous view of a festive atmosphere to your one-of-a-kind experience.

On 4 February 2022: Elevate the celebration to the fullest with an extravagant dinner buffet on the rooftop featuring tantalizing choices of Asian cuisine made from only the freshest local and organic ingredients.

Entertaining performances and games are set to make your dinner a complete one. For further information, please call +84 (0) 28 5413 8834, visit


Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

In the spacious and airy space of Novotel Phu Quoc Resort by the turquoise beach, guests will welcome the Lunar New Year with separate culinary menus for each day.

On January 31, diners will see off the old year with traditional Vietnamese Tet dishes from the North, Central and South regions. The next day, February 1, the hotel celebrates the New Year with delicious Korean and Thai food, while on February 2, guests can enjoy fresh flavors of the specialty.

Mediterranean. End the New Year celebration on February 3 with a delicious seafood hotpot as a symbol of reunion. Prices start from 450,000 VND / person. All prices include taxes and service charges.

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