Phong Nha | hotels guide

Independent reviews and recommendations by Rusty Compass. No advertorial, no paid placements and no sponsored content.

Victory Road Villas, Phong Nha

| 04 Jul 2018

Map

Map
Victory Road Villas, Phong Nha
DT 20 Victory Road, Phong Nha, Quang Binh

Map

Price guide: From around $200USD per night

Our rating
Location
Design
Ambience
People
Facilities
04 Jul 2018

Victory Road Villas is currently the fanciest place to stay in Phong Nha - and the only place with an international feel. Newly opened in 2017, it’s from the owners of Phong Nha Farmstay. It offers 6 huge modern rooms, a downtown riverside location and good staff.

Note: The information provided in this review was correct at time of publishing but may change. For final clarification please check with the relevant service

Location

On the Son River around 1.5kms from the centre of Phong Nha town. Great views from the riverside cafe and bar. Good access to everything.

Review

Victory Road Villas takes its name from the Phong Nha area’s connection to the Vietnam War era Ho Chi Minh Trail.

The six rooms vary in size with the smallest, a massive 95sqm - almost four times the size of most hotel rooms. Rooms include cooking facilities and ample living space. There are larger family rooms as well. This is a good place for a family seeking out familiar comforts while exploring Phong Nha.

Victory Road Villas, Son Trach, Phong Nha
Photo: Mark Bowyer Victory Road Villas, Son Trach, Phong Nha

There’s an 18m lap pool which is great for the hot summer. And the views across the mountains at the back are picturesque. Sunsets from the front bar looking over the river with a drink are special too.

Disclosure

Rusty Compass recommendations are always independent. We list the places we think you might want to know about. That’s it. No money changed hands for this listing. We visited on a couple of occasions but did not stay at Victory Road Villas.

Mark Bowyer
Mark Bowyer is the founder and publisher of Rusty Compass.
Support Rusty Compass
Rusty Compass is an independent travel guide. We’re focused on providing you with quality, unbiased, travel information. That means we don't receive payments in exchange for listings and mostly pay our own way. We’d like tourism to be a positive economic, environmental and cultural force and we believe travellers deserve disclosure from publishers. Spread the word about Rusty Compass, and if you're in Saigon, pop in to The Old Compass Cafe and say hi. It’s our home right downtown on Pasteur St. You can also check out our unique tours of Ho Chi Minh City at www.oldcompasstravel.com Make a financial contribution using the link below. Even small amounts make a difference. Thanks and travel well!

There are no comments yet.