Victoria Chau Doc Hotel

Address: 1 Le Loi Street, City Center / Riverside, Chau Doc (An Giang), Vietnam

Stay at our charming Victoria Chau Doc Hotel – you will discover the effervescent life of floating villages.
Built in colonial style with low-rise French architectural design, the four star Victoria Chau Doc Hotel blends perfectly with its natural surroundings. The hotel is located on the banks of the Bassac River crossing and is an ideal base to explore the fascinating Chau Doc region.
The Victoria Chau Doc Hotel offers front seat views of the river habitat with its famous floating fish farming villages, floating markets and Cham villages.
Deep in the Mekong Delta, Chau Doc town is 280 km (174 miles) south-west of Ho Chi Minh City close to the Cambodian border. Being in such close proximity to Cambodia, the region has been nurturing the eclectic mix of Cham, Khmer, Chinese and Vietnamese cultures for decades.
Linking Chau Doc and Phnom Penh, our Victoria Speedboats are the ideal means to cruise the Mekong River. The journey takes 5 hours from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh.

The Victoria Chau Doc Hotel features 92 wood floored rooms, including 4 suites, most offering spectacular views of the river. Each room combines the elegance of traditional Vietnamese handicrafts and colonial old world charm.
Victoria Superior Room
48 spacious 25m² (269 sq. feet)
A comfortable area with a sofa and a writing desk

Victoria Deluxe Room
40 spacious 32m² (344 sq. feet)
A comfortable area with a sofa and a writing desk
A river - view balcony

Victoria Suite
4 spacious 42m² (452 sq. feet) King-bed suite
A comfortable sitting area with sofa and a large writing desk
A large balcony with sofa overlooking the Mekong River
Victoria welcome gift
Complimentary daily refillable minibar during the stay except Check-out date
Complimentary 4 pieces of laundry per day except dry cleaning

How to get there?
The Victoria Chau Doc Hotel is located deep in the Mekong Delta, close to the Cambodian border, 270 km (174 miles) from Ho Chi Minh City, 120 km (72 miles) from Can Tho, and 200 km (124 miles) from Phnom Penh.
The journey by land, from Ho Chi Minh City takes approximately 7 hours, from Can Tho around 3 hours, and from Phnom Penh, 4.5 hours.
The best way to travel to Chau Doc from Phnom Penh (or vice-versa) is by Victoria Speedboat. The speedboat trip takes around 5 hours, with daily departures.

* Specific terms & conditions:
Prices are per vehicle and subject to change without prior notice
Prices are exclusive of applicable government taxes and service charge
Cancellation of transfers made less than 24 hours in advance, will be charged the full cost of the transfer
Transfers are reserved for hotel guests only

Restaurant & Bar 
Bassac Restaurant
The Bassac Restaurant sits on the banks of the Bassac River with breathtaking views, particularly during the early morning sunrise.
The early rays change the colours of the landscape every minute; the floating markets are in full action and in the distance the skyline & waterway merge perfectly. Our specialties include European and Vietnamese cuisine plus barbecues on the terrace of the river bank.
Seating capacity: 100 pax indoor, 50 pax outdoor
Opening hours: 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Tan Chau Salon Bar
The Tan Chau Salon bar offers fresh drinks, cocktails with Western and Asian snacks, the perfect place to unwind after a day of sightseeing in Chau Doc. The bar also offers service to the swimming pool area.
Seating capacity: 60 pax indoor, 40 pax outdoor
Opening hours: 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Spa & Beauty 
After a day of sightseeing, relax your body and mind with a refreshing experience at our Spa . Our spa offers a wide range of treatments from massage and reflexology to body scrub and wraps.Fitness equipment, outdoor swimming pool, sauna and steam bath are also available. Bath towels, robes, slippers and complimentary toiletries are provided.
Opening hours: 09:00 AM to 09:00 PM

Leisure at the hotel
Victoria Chau Doc Hotel offers a wide selection of leisure activities to choose from: 
- Open-air swimming pool
- Fitness centre
- Table Tennis
- Books & Board games
- Vietnamese Cooking Class 
- Learn the art of Vietnamese cuisine with a cooking lesson from our Chef. The class includes a trip to the local market to learn about authentic Vietnamese ingredients, a certificate of participation and a recipe booklet. 

To enhance your stay at Victoria Chau Doc Hotel, additional services are available including:
- Multi-lingual hotel staff
- Tour desk
- Transportation service arrangement
- Postal services
- Foreign currency exchange
- Cyber corner
- WIFI access in all rooms
- Souvenir shop
- Victoria Kids Club
- Major credit cards accepted (Amex, Visa, MasterCard)
- Victoria Kids' Club
+ Victoria Kids Club, featuring TV and DVD player, air-conditioner, telephone, cartoons, varieties of toys, providing a safe and secure indoor play environment.
+ Opening time: 8 am - 5 pm
+ Catering for toddlers (5 years old children); baby sitting on request.

Meeting Room 
Victoria Chau Doc has fully equipped meeting facilities and is a great venue for your company meetings, conferences and events in the region.
The Tra Su meeting room features include:
- Tripod screen with overhead projector
- Slide projector
- Portable wireless microphone
- Television
- Video player
- Integrated sound system
- Flip chart
- White board
- Laptop and LCD (on request)

A unique way to travel along the Mekong River from Vietnam to Cambodia or vice-versa
Discover the heart of the Mekong Delta
This unique mean of transporation gives you an amazing chance to explore one of the most mysterious rivers of the world, the Great Mekong, and admire the natural beauty of its timeless scenery.
From the comfort of your seat, watch life unfold in front of you: encounter tiny villages, bamboo-stilt houses, colourful floating markets, farmers at work and smiling children
Phnom Penh, here we come…The adventure begins in Chau Doc, near the Vietnam – Cambodian border. The Victoria speedboats take you upstream the Mekong River to the capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh and vice versa. All you need are valid Cambodian and Vietnamese visas in your passport, depending on the direction you are going to, and a natural taste for adventure. Linking Chau Doc and Phnom Penh, with our comfortable 7-seat and 22-seat speedboats, it is the ideal means to cruise the Mekong River.
The journey takes 5 hours between Chau Doc and Phnom Penh.

* Specific Terms & Conditions :
Rates are per person (except chartered rates).
All rates are in VN dong, exclusive of service charge.
All rates are inclusive of one small bottle of purified water, one cold towel and one fresh fruit per person.
Victoria Speedboats are exclusively reserved for Victoria Chau Doc in-house guests.
Speedboats departure times are subject to change without prior notice
Free of charge for children under 5 years old, using parents' existing seats. 15% off on adults' rates for children between 5 - 12 years old.
Valid from 01 October 2014 to 30 September 2015

Between Phnom Penh and the Vietnamese border the Mekong River splits into two: the Mekong, and the Bassac (Hau) River. It is here in Chau Doc that the Hau River enters Vietnam and begins the final stage of its journey as part of the Mekong Delta system.
From the marshes of Tibet this mass of water has coursed its way through China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. The final stage through Vietnam will see it empty into the Gulf of Thailand and the East Sea.
The town itself is situated on the west bank of the Bassac River and its middle and/low mountain location can mean that it is a little cooler than many other areas of Vietnam at certain times of the year.
The local minority groups also add colour and variety to the area. This is most apparent in the traditional fabrics and clothes being worn as well as the local architecture which merges the Chinese, Khmer and Hindu influences that crossed these areas at different times in history.
You don’t have to travel far from Chau Doc to find places of interest whether of an architectural, geographic or historic nature.
River Life (half-day tour)
The Mekong Delta is a land of winding waterways, lush paddy fields and floating markets where life is governed by the ebb and flow of Vietnam’s most iconic river. Embark on a cruising journey along the intimate waterways to visit Chau Doc’s famous floating market, fish farms, peaceful Cham village, fascinating Vinh Te Canal and two famed temples that draw pilgrims from near and far in Nui Sam Mountain. Finish with lunch at the beautiful Nui Sam Lodge, with spectacular panoramic views of the countryside below.
Chau Doc Cycling Experience (half-day tour)
Escape modern life and discover the authentic Mekong Delta at its very best in the lush green paddy fields of Chau Doc. Cycle out along quiet dirt paths, through villages where life has changed little over the decades and past fields being worked by busy farmers and gentle water buffalo.
Vinh Te Canal (half-day tour)
Embark on a cruising journey to a peaceful Cham Village, before traveling along the fascinating Vinh Te Canal to the spiritual Sam Mountain for a visit of two famed temples that draw pilgrims from near and far. Finish with a cocktail at the beautiful Nui Sam Lodge, with spectacular sunset panoramic views of the countryside below.
Monasteries, Mountains and Bird Life (full-day tour)
Close to the Cambodian border, the Chau Doc countryside is a melting pot of many cultures, creeds and religions. Embark on a historic journey to learn fascinating stories of different cultures in the region. Visit a traditional Khmer village and monastery, venture into one of Vietnam’s most iconic war sites - the mountain bastion of Tuc Dup, meet a war veteran to learn about the dark years of the American war. 
A trip will not be completed without a visit to the Tra Su Nature Reserve - a sanctuary for over 80 different species of birds. Take a small paddle-powered boat through the waterways before stopping for a riverside picnic. Finish with a climb to a breathtaking vantage point over the mangrove forests below.

Tra Su Nature Reserve (half-day tour)
Visit one of the fascinating sight in the region - Tra Su Sanctuary Forest where you will travel by sampan through endless waterways flanked by mangroves and lush greenery. This eco-reserve spans 850 hectares and is an ecological haven for fauna and flora, with more than 100 species of water birds as well as home to colonies of bats. On the way to the forest you will visit a small ethnic Khmer village, where you will learn about the importance of Buddhism in the community and have the opportunity to speak with monks at the local monastery.
Chau Doc Market Walking Tour (2 hours)
Discover the markets of Chau Doc on this 2-hour walking tour through the town’s winding backstreets. Set off on foot from the hotel, following the course of the river into the heart of town. At the covered market, hear the story of the region’s rich agriculture. Taste some of the local specialties and discover the local favourite - sweet palm nut juice.