A Vietnamese Gem

November 20, 2013 § Leave a comment


I came across an opportunity a few years ago that changed my life. As someone who loves to travel, the chance to travel more often, to amazing destinations and at discounted prices was a no-brainer. Add the chance to earn an uncapped income and you have an amazing opportunity. As you read this Blog Post you may find yourself wondering how I did it. Just ask!

Hanoi, Vietnam

1 – 5 JANUARY 2014 (4 NIGHTS)

Price £129 Approx

Picture of Hanoi, VietnamThe capital city of Vietnam, Hanoi, was born almost 4,000 years ago along Vietnam’s northern delta. And though modern-day life has made its presence known, the Hanoi of yesterday is still very much present, giving the city an Old World-style charm drawing visitors from around the world.

When most people think of Hanoi, they think of the city’s Old Quarter, and with winding, noisy and crowded streets dating back to the 13th century, it’s really no surprise why. Let the street come alive and dine at one of the cafes; purchase a traditional souvenir from the array of vendors; and let street signs give you a glimpse of the Hanoi’s history. As you explore, you’re sure to come across at least one of the 600 pagodas dotting the city, many of which are still active places of worship for Hanoi’s citizens. Visitors are allowed to enter many of the pagodas and take photos, but remember to be respectful.

With its unique blend of the past and present, Hanoi has something for almost everyone and every taste. Discover this Vietnamese gem, and discover why people have been flocking to it for centuries.

Find yourself in the middle of everything when you stay at the Melia Hanoi.

This luxurious, well-appointed hotel boasts fantastic views of the city, a fully equipped fitness centre, spa and a hairdresser. To ensure your experience is truly world-class, the Melia Hanoi offers guests two fine-dining options, both boasting traditional Vietnamese fare as well as the ability to prepare food to fit your religious preferences. And if you’re ready to just take a break from the hustle and bustle of the Old Quarter, kick back with a fresh pastry or slice of cake at the on-site deli.

Let the Melia Hanoi be your home away from home while you discover the sights and sounds of Vietnam.Picture of Melia Hanoi Hotel

Included:

  • 5-day and 4-night stay at the Melia Hanoi.
  • Standard accommodation with a king bed, an alarm clock, a TV, an in-room safe, a bathroom with a bathtub and shower, a bathrobe, hair dryer, and a tea and coffee maker.
  • Daily breakfast.
  • Taxes and resort fees.
  • A host will be provided with 20 adults booking.
  • If a hosted trip, a Welcome Check-In on the day of arrival and Meet & Greet Party will be provided to the members and their guests.
  • Air transportation is not included. The closest commercial airport is Noi Bai International Airport (HAN).

Interested in the amazing HANOI, VIETNAM break? Get in touch and book this limited time deal quickly.

Additional Information
**Trip Points from more than one membership may not be combined.**
**No more than 100 Trip Points may be used for this booking.
Maximum occupancy is 2 adults.
A valid passport that expires at least 6 months after this trip is required.
Contact your consulate for visa requirements.
Check-in: 2 p.m. Check-out: 11 a.m.
*We highly recommend travel insurance.
All travellers will receive a series of emails containing their trip’s details starting a few weeks prior to the departure date, as well as a welcome home email after the trip.
**Airfare not included.**
The trip will close by November 28.
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