Paradise Luxury Halong Bay - VHB003

A traditional junk with a luxurious twist, Paradise Luxury & Prestige cruises offer one or two night cruises around Vietnam's stunning Halong Bay. Many of her 15 cabins have private balconies.

17 Bedrooms, Sleeps 32

Full Board Cruise
En-suite rooms
Bar and restaurant on board

"Excellent, Food was amazing!" - Sally M, April 2016.

Paradise Luxury offers one and two night cruises. From the moment you step onto either of these boats, you know you are in for a treat. The rich, dark wooden interior, smiling staff and luxurious cabins are what makes this boat so special.

The boat has a handsome bar and restaurant on the second deck as well as a sun deck which gives panoramic views of the bay. It also boasts spa facilities on board including a dry sauna, jacuzzi and massage services.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner is included on the cruise as well as complimentary alcoholic beverages (house wine & local beer) during lunch and dinner and also pre-dinner (5.30-6.30pm) as well as a complimentary 50-minute massage (per guest per night). Food of excellent quality is served on the boat. All stays are full board and include a breakfast buffet, lunch buffet and an a la carte dinner.

The boat has 15 cabins on board, which have been tastefully furnished, have shiny wooden floors, air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms. The double and twin deluxe cabins are on the first floor, while the deluxe balcony cabin is slightly larger and features a private balcony on the second floor. Meanwhile the Paradise Suite cabins on the first floor have a TV, DVD player and jacuzzi bath tub - and the Terrace Suite cabins on the second floor feature a private forward-facing terrace with sun loungers as well as a marble bathroom.

Please note when you sign up to the 2-night cruise you spend your second day on a day boat which allows you to get a bit further into the bay while the main boat drops off other customers and picks up new ones.

Paradise Cruises departs from a private pier on Tuan Chau Island, which is connected to the mainland by bridge. This is a quieter area and closer to the beauty of the bay, than the main departure point for other cruises. It is about three and a half hours drive from Hanoi and a shuttle bus can be arranged at an extra cost.