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Old Posted Nov 8, 2010, 11:42 PM
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Ha Long Bay | Bay View Towers | 115 meters | 30 stories

Majestic and mysterious, Halong Bay's mystical landscape of limestone islets is a natural wonder of breathtaking beauty. Known as the "Bay of Descending Dragons," the islands and islets that dot the emerald seascape of the Gulf of Tonkin is a spectacular panorama of stunning rock formations sculpted by nature's hands.

Rising 115 meters above sea level, this architectural masterpiece of two identical 30-storey fan-shaped towers is a fully integrated commercial and residential complex, with each unit offering a panoramic vista of Halong Bay's natural wonders. It's the perfect fusion of nature and superior technology framed in Vietnam's iconic landmark. With outdoor shopping and curbside restaurants that punctuates luxury, comfort and convenience, the Bay View Towers' rhythm is set on Mother Nature' pulse that grooves to the beat of today's ultramodern lifestyle.

Nestled amid Ha Long Bay’s mystical natural wonder, leisure and recreation facilities at the Bay View Towers are designed to recharge the weary spirit and reenergize the body. They link the two towers at four different levels. On the 8th floor, residents can plunge on the infinity pool, pamper the body in one of the numerous Jacuzzis, soothe sore muscles at a sauna, relax at the garden and lounge pavilion, spend quality time with their kids at the playground, or enjoy a sumptuous meal at the outdoor BBQ area. Top-of-the-line equipment can be found at the health and fitness club on the 24th and 25th floors. There’s simply no better way to tone the body. A private marina allows would-be residents to enjoy an array of water sports or explore a vibrant marine ecosystem.

Old Posted Nov 18, 2010, 11:30 AM
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very nice hotel developement there and the height is fitting considering its probably very close to the world heritage site. i hope they dont build many more in that area
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Construction began but later stalled; the developer later abandoned the project altogether.


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