Luxury and spirituality merge at hotel
Tailored to your desires
Enjoy a stay in a luxury hotel designed by world-famous architect Bill Bensley that is situated near sacred Yen Tu mountain.
This 1,086-metres high peak in Quang Ninh province is the capital of Buddhism in Vietnam and the site where 12th century King Monk Tran Nhan Tong, the third monarch of the Tran dynasty, came to after his abdication to teach Buddhism, ahead of founding the Truc Lam School of Zen. Consequently, this area contains hundreds of temples and valuable relics.
The Legacy Yen Tu-MGallery hotel is situated in this forested area and the design has been inspired by local heritage and spirituality and constructed using traditional techniques.
MEETINGS AND INCENTIVES DETAILS
For both ladies and gentlemen, we recommend wearing light, comfortable cotton clothing and comfortable shoes. A light jacket / sweater is recommendable to bring with you on this tour as part of this programme as we head into mountainous regions, where the average temperatures can drop to lower levels.
Legacy Yen Tu – MGallery
Meeting facilities for up to 600 participants are available. The Legacy Yen Tu lies approximately 150 kilometres outside Hanoi (3 hours drive)