Cabins & Suites
- Half Side Ocean View
- 16 m2
- No Balcony
- Full Size Ocean View
- 18 m2
- With Balcony
- Full Size Ocean View
- 19 m2
- With Balcony
- Full Size Ocean View
- 23 m2
- With Balcony
Paradise Cruises offer four craft, built in the traditional junk style, on which to tour the natural magnificence of Halong Bay. They began operations in 2008 and added the latest craft to their fleet in 2011. Over time they have built on a wealth of experience to bring the ideal cruise to their guests.
With fabulous style and luxury, passengers are pampered in surroundings befitting a 5-star hotel anywhere in the world. As for the location, Halong Bay is quite simply one of the most perfect places on Earth. It has twice been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site and in a global poll was voted one of the “Seven Wonders of Nature”.
From the luxury of your floating 5-star hotel you will see exciting caves, visit a pearl farm, go to a floating village, kayak through the tiny channels in between some of the amazing rock formations and swim at secluded beaches. Onboard, you will eat the finest foods from Vietnam and beyond in luxuriously appointed dining rooms whilst drinking superb wines.
The cabins are surprisingly spaces and decorated with fine taste and wonderful craftsmanship. You will never forget your time on board the Paradise Luxury Cruise Halong, and will take home memories and photos to last forever.
- Leading cruise fleet in Halong Bay
- Comfy 8 layers Paradise Dream Bed
- Themed royal dinner
- Exclusive waiting lounge
Check in at Paradise Suites Hotel in Tuan Chau Island: Your first stop on arrival at Tuan Chau Island is the Paradise Suites Hotel check-in lounge. You will have time to refresh yourself after the long drive from Hanoi.
Embark on Paradise Luxury: After your transfer to Paradise Luxury, you will be checked-in, then taken to the restaurant, where you will be briefed about your cruise while enjoying your welcome drink.
Lunch in the restaurant: As the Paradise Luxury makes its way to Halong Bay, you will have time to savor your delicious lunch while enjoying the stunning views - your first introduction to this majestic landscape.
Cruise Halong Bay or enjoy a Spa Treatment: After lunch, you will have time to be enchanted by the stunning landscape of Halong Bay. If the first stop isn’t for you, you can opt for an afternoon of pampering and indulgence at Le Parfum Spa*.
Visit Tung Sau Pearl Farm or kayak*: Your first excursion is a visit to Tung Sau Pearl Farm, an area in Halong Bay dedicated to growing pearls and practicing a handmade technique based on Vietnamese tradition and Japanese technology. This is also an ideal destination for kayaking. If this excursion doesn’t take your fancy, stay on board and treat yourself to a delicious afternoon tea.
Visit Sung Sot Cave: Your next stop is the magnificent Sung Sot Cave, where you will be surprised by the breathtaking panoramic view across the Bay once you exit the cave. This is the largest cave in Halong Bay, and the stalactites and stalagmites formed over millions of years have taken on fascinating shapes.
Pre-Dinner Sunset Cocktails* and Cooking Demonstration: Paradise Luxury will anchor overnight at Coconut Tree Island. This is the perfect time for you to enjoy a cocktail or two as the sun sets over the karst landscape. Foodies can partake in Vietnamese cooking demonstration before dinner, and guaranteed to whet the appetite.
Royal Bao Dai Dinner: Dress like kings and queens for the Royal Bao Dai dinner at the restaurant. The rest of the evening is free for you to relax with a drink* or two, go squid fishing, book in for a spa treatment at Le Parfum Spa* or watch a movie in the restaurant
- Cruise condition/Cleanliness4.9 / 5
- Room comfort/Standard5 / 5
- Staff Performance5 / 5
- Food/Dining5 / 5
- Service Quality5 / 5
- Value for money4.9 / 5
I had a night trip with Halong Paradise Luxury Cruise. If you are blessed with the weather it will be one of the best excursions of your life! Don't go for one day trip, it is not sufficient. I wish it would be a week trip! It is that unbelievable! It's like a good dream or a TV show but you are inside of it. Sleeping on a boat was awesome and very adventurous. Taking a shower with such a view is something extraordinary. Food is ok but I can tell you food for your eyes is much more important. Please go there!
"As my wife love visiting the famous Halong bay so much, we thought of having a cruise trip there. Later we found Halong Paradise Luxury cruise on Halong Hub and we booked our trip confidentally. We arrived Ha Noi and then a bus came and pick us up to our cruise. When they showed us our suit room, I seriously lost words looking at the view and I could feel we are slowly moving in to the bay. We were pretty amazed to see the stunning view.
In the dining hall you cannot imgage how many dishes you will get to make yourself satisfied, we were so full but the food was well-decorated and the desserts were awesome.
Waking up the following day made was another pleasure to see the beauty of Halong. We had our Vietnamese breakfast and again we were so amazed by its awesome taste."
Halong Bay should be the nicest place on earth, but there is so must rubbish in the water that it spoils it. People are morons. To be fair the tour company that we used were fantastic, and the boat was brilliant. Still worth going and I would use Halong Paradise Luxury Cruise again, but come on Vietnam, clean up your act
I am a big traveler. I love to see the world every way I can, but my absolute favorite way to travel is my cruise ship. I've been on lots of cruises all over the world, from the Caribbean to the Hawaiian Islands. I haven't done much traveling in Asia, so when a friend asked me to join him on a trip to Vietnam I couldn't say no. Of course my one request is that we take a boat ride somewhere. My friend was responsible for booking us the Halong Paradise Luxury cruise in Halong Bay, and I'm so glad we did. At its price point it is one of the cheaper cruise options available, but great quality. The boats are small, only fit about twenty cabins, and that makes more feeling intimate experience with other guests on board. For me the real highlight is all activities we can do. The cruise was two days and one night, but we packed a lot into that short amount of time. I learned how to do tai chi and spent a lot of time at the on board spa. And the meals! Some of the best I've had in Vietnam. My only complaint was that our rooms seemed a little cramped and dirty, but that may have been because it was so bright and beautiful outside that everything indoors seemed dingy in comparison. In any case, we didn't want to spend much time in our room anyways, so it wasn't a big deal to us.
Take 6 friends and put them on a boat in one of the most wonderful places imaginable and what do you get? The best three days ever! The boat is way cool, nicer than any of us expected. The photos of the bay don't really do it justice, it is an amazing place. We had an awesome time and met some lovely Vietnamese people. Coming back next year.
We honeymooned in Vietnam, so when my wife suggested we go back for our 25 year anniversary I was thrilled. The country has changed a lot in the past decades, but one thing that hasn't changed is the beauty of Halong Bay. It was my favorite place to visit then, and it still is now! Because we have more money now than we did our first visit, my wife splurged on a mini cruise with Halong Paradise Luxury cruise for us. It was an experience in pampering. Our room was light and airy and the staff was always friendly. They answered all our questions about the area and told us some insider facts about the fishing villages we sailed past. The dining service was top class and the activities were a lot of fun. I really enjoyed snorkeling off the side of the boat and saw lots of tropical fish in the waters. Surprisingly the noise of the boat never seemed to scare them off. Booking a cruise in Halong Bay is worth while just for the chance to see the karst formations from the water. A truly unforgettable sight. If you find yourself in the region of Halong and are looking for a luxurious way to spend your time I highly recommend taking a cruise with Paradise Luxury cruise Halong. Just be sure to book the longer one. We only booked our cruise for one night and were very disappointed when it was over.
We couldnt find fault with the whole three days of this trip into Halong Bay in Northern Vietnam. From the minute they picked us up at our Hanoi hotel to the time when they dropped us back there, it was pretty much perfect. The boat was pretty special, the rooms are terrific, top food, great drinks in the evenings, the trips out to the cave and fishing village were super interesting too. All this and really warm hearted people. Great job!