Top Ten New and Trendy Luxury Hotels and Resorts in Vietnam

Founder and CEO of Luxury Travel Ltd ( Recommends 10 new and trendy hotels and resorts in the emerging luxury destination in Southeast Asia.

Hanoi, Vietnam, December 09, 2011 – Travelers discovering the spectacular and charming beauty of Vietnam, return often and word of mouth has made a visit a must on every discerning tourist’s bucket list.

But to truly capture the essence of this Southeast Asian country one must stay at one of its premier hotels.

Here are ten that are new luxury properties selected by Pham Ha, Founder and CEO of Luxury Travel Ltd, Vietnam’s First Luxury Tour Operator. He is a seasoned travel expert who’s traveled and experienced services of the property and based on the feedbacks of his clients.

Hotel De L’Opera Hanoi

Vinpearl Luxury Danang

Hyatt Regency Danang

Intercontiental Danang

Fusion Maia Resort and Spa Danang

Sheraton Nha Trang

Vinpearl Luxury Nha Trang

Princess d’Annam Resort and Spa Ke Ga, Phan Thiet

Intercontinental Asiana Hotel Saigon

Con Dao: Six Senses Con Dao

Opened in 2004, the Luxury Travel Company Limited has its own offices, luxury vehicles, luxury travel advisors, and serves thousands of high-end travelers every year, while experiencing 30% growth annually. The company’s depth of experience and large infrastructure enable it to create unique itineraries with the operational confidence to fulfill client expectations. Luxury Travel Ltd has won numerous travel awards for excellent performance, including the most recent award: “Best Luxury Tour Operator in Vietnam.”

Luxury Travel has special offers for holidaymakers to celebrate Christmas and New Year, for more information, visit

David Nguyen
Luxury Travel Group Ltd
5 Nguyen Truong To Street
Ba Dinh Dist, Hanoi

RICS art and Antiques report shows validity of alternative investments – AAA

A new survey showing art and antique prices rising has prompted Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA) to promote the asset class as a viable option to investors.

Boston, MA, December 10, 2011 – A new survey showing art and antique prices rising has prompted Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA) to promote the asset class as a viable option to investors.

The UK-based Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Art and Antiques survey found a 26 per cent increase in the number of chartered surveyors who reported a rise in the value of collectibles, including art, antiques, wine and coins.

Some 62 per cent of the surveyors questioned also reported an increase in the numbers attending auctions where these items are sold. These figures indicate a very healthy market for collectibles, which are becoming increasingly attractive to investors looking to diversify their investment portfolios to protect against risk.

Simon Rubinsohn, the chief economist at RICS, said, “The British art and antiques market is buoyant at the moment; as buyers continue to invest in material assets during uncertain economic times.

“After the recent £300 million worth of art auctions, Britain now commands 29 per cent of the global art trade and is the world second largest art market.”

AAA, which is an alternative investment advocacy group, claims that these figures provide solid evidence of the validity of such assets as an investment strategy during these volatile economic times. The organization’s analysis partner, Anthony Johnson, said, “With the equity markets as they are, there is a growing appetite among investors for alternative asset classes, which are increasingly seen as a safer haven for cash than stocks and shares, which can lose investors thousands over night in the current economic climate.”

AAA advocates the role alternative assets have to play in portfolios, especially during times of uncertainty. The group is particularly interested in promoting ethical investments and schemes that can help reduce climate change or reforestation in developing countries, such as the plantations grown by Greenwood Management in Brazil.

“Sustainable forestry schemes such as these can help to safeguard the future of the forestry industry for generations to come,” explained Mr Johnson.

Anthony Johnson
Alternative Asset Analysis
71 Commercial St
Boston, MA 02109-1320
617-939-9596 Launches a unique concept in Customised cake coverings

Now for the first time home bakers in Sweden can order custom printed marzipan cake coverings for home delivery.

Trelleborg, Sweden, December 09, 2011 – Now for the first time home bakers in Sweden can order custom printed marzipan cake coverings for home delivery.

With their easy to use online design tool makes it easy for everyone to create their own stunning personalised cake covering design.

Customers can upload their own photos and add text. The website also has a range of borders and themes which may be incorporated at no extra charge.

The design is then printed using edible inks onto high quality marzipan. The finished product is 33cm. in diameter, the standard size for green and pink cake coverings sold in supermarkets, so it’s the perfect addition to the customer’s favourite cake recipe. offers free delivery within Sweden via 1st. class post. All orders are normally printed and despatched on the next working day.

“We have focused on making the design tool as simple to use as possible, but for the added benefit of first time users we also have a video walkthrough of the homepage” says Camilla Hägerstrand for My Picture Cake.

“We know of no other cake cover design tool which offers the range of functions as ours, it is possibly unique in the World.”

Gordon Fitzpatrick
My Picture Cake
Lojtnant Flinths vag 52
23192 Trelleborg