Travel gallery: Baiba and Frankie go to Vietnam

Fancy visiting some boutique hotels in Vietnam? We know a few people who can help… Here at Smith, we pride ourselves on having a top-notch team of travel advisers who are absolutely expert in every destination you might feel like exploring. We dispatch them off around the world as much as possible so they can experience all the boutique hotels in our carefully curated collection for themselves — all the better to help you plan your holidays.

Recently, Baiba and Frankie from our London and New York offices, respectively, jetted off to Vietnam to see the Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa, Evason Ana Mandara, Mia Resort, Princess d’An Nam Resort & Spa, Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, the Nam Hai and Fusion Maia Resort for themselves. Here are a few of the snaps they sent back…

All photos by Smith Travel Team experts Baiba Grase (London) and Francesca Cocuzza (New York).

Anantara Mui Ne:

Evason Ana Mandara:

Mia Resort

Princess d’An Nam:

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay:

The Nam Hai:

Exploring Vietnam:

 

 

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After a decade of holidaying in lacklustre English country cottages, Mr & Mrs Smith Sub-editor Rachel Juarez-Carr's parents went wild in the early Nineties and whisked the family off to Norway; it was while sailing the fjords on a Ukrainian cruise ship that their 11-year-old daughter decided she loved travel. Once she completed her journalism degree at the University of Westminster, Rachel ran off to Los Angeles and crisscrossed the US for the next seven years, writing for two travel magazines and photographing everyone and everything. She’s now back in London, happy to be back shooting under grey skies and thrilled to be working with Smith's editorial team.

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