Mai Chau Ecolodge offers promotion

07, April, 2016

Mai Chau Ecolodge offers promotion

5% off for all new bookings staying at Mai Chau Ecolodge from 01st May 2016 to 30th June 2016 and 01st September 2016 to 30th September 2016. Please contact Vivutravel for booking Mai Chau tour and accommodation.

Only three hours by car from Hanoi, Mai Chau is a completely different world of pure air, untouched nature and fascinating tribal culture. Mai Chau Ecolodge is located right at the heart of Mai Chau valley within walking distance to Lac and Pom Coong villages.

Sitting atop a private hill in Na Phon village, Mai Chau Ecolodge is the most secluded haven in Mai Chau with a stunning backdrop of lush rice paddies and emerald mountains embraced by clouds. Inspired by nature, we constructed the lodge to be a refuge of charm and serenity, providing guest a chance to forget about the worries of daily life and to enjoy the best Mai Chau has to offer.

The Mai Chau Ecolodge was built entirely from natural materials with thatched roofs, bamboo interiors, wooden furniture and outdoor jungle showers. Every bungalow was meticulously designed to embody the local stilt house style and traditional Thai ethnic culture. The absence of television and other entertainment facilities keep our lodges true to what it stands for – a place to get back to nature.

Lodge Facilities & Amenities:

    19 charming bungalows built in traditional stilt house style
    Private garden for each bungalow
    Large outdoor swimming pool with space for kids
    Two-storey restaurant & bar with panoramic view
    Cozy massage centre with panoramic view
    Wireless Internet access in rooms and public areas
    Modern, fully equipped meeting centre
    A big stilt house for guides & drivers of travel agent guests
    Event & MICE travel venues
    Bicycle for free rental
    Free parking area
    Room service
    Daily turndown service
    24 hours front desk
    Sight seeing and tour guiding
    Transportation from Hanoi and around Mai Chau
    Laundry service