The Island Lodge – Colonial Atmosphere

Hotel

The Island Lodge
My Tho Vietnam


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The place is recent and yet the atmosphere transports us immediately to Indochina of old time. The tasteful decoration hunted by the owners, the trunks stamped The Manufacture of Opium Saigon, even the fans. Everything contributes to the colonial atmosphere of the place, and invites you to relax in a club chair with a book about Indochina in hand.

 

 

 

12 rooms distributed among the rooms on the 1st floor, which have view on the Mekong and its incessant brooms river, and the rooms with garden view which are in the ground floor.

French chef who revisits Vietnamese gastronomy from breakfast to dinner.
Marthe et Edouard’s counter, French cuisine, Vietnamese or fusion of two cultures.
Unlimited à la carte breakfast.
Opium factory, lounge bar with colonial decoration.
A tropical bar in the middle of the garden

Swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, spa 100% natural, table football, mountain bike, motorbike (if Vietnamese driving license), horse cart, discovery Mekong delta tours by boat and bicycle.

Location

390 ấp thới bình, Thới Sơn, Thành phố Mỹ Tho, Tiền Giang, Vietnam

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