MGallery Wellness Resort Opens in Vietnam

Legacy Yen Tu MGallery by Sofitel
Legacy Yen Tu MGallery by Sofitel

Legacy Yen Tu, MGallery is being positioned as a resort for self-discovery and spiritual transformation thanks to its location on Yen Tu mountain, long regarded as a divine and sacred place

MGallery has announced the opening of Legacy Yen Tu, a wellness sanctuary located on the sacred Yen Tu mountain in Vietnam, approximately 1,068 metres above sea level. Situated near the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ha Long Bay, at Yen Tu Mountain, King Tran Nhan Tong established Truc Lam Zen Buddhism, and the destination is part of Vietnam’s historical golden era with a rich history dating back some 760 years.

“The opening of Legacy Yen Tu, MGallery combines the quintessence of wellness tourism and luxury travel to provide a getaway for travellers in search for a complete rejuvenation of their body, mind and spirit,” said Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer for AccorHotels Upper Southeast & Northeast Asia and the Maldives.

Designed by Bill Bensley, renowned designer of luxury resorts, each of the 133 rooms at Legacy Yen Tu MGallery is a reflection of heritage and spirituality. A testament to Vietnam’s rich history, the property was inspired by the ancient architectural design and built using ancient methodologies to emulate the peaceful way of life. The rooms feature handcrafted interior décor items, the signature wooden-inked slab traditionally used for calligraphy and an outdoor patio living area.

Guests can dig into authentic Vietnamese cuisine at the hotel’s Tho Quang restaurant or an evening wine at Thien Tra Lobby Bar, which overlooks the picturesque mountains. The hotel is also home to a range of leisure facilities, including Tue Tinh Am Wellness that offers an open space for meditation, yoga and Truc Lam Zen practices.

Superior room rate starts from VND 2,600,000 Net per night with breakfast buffet for two.


For more information please visit  or call +84 203 6259 888 for reservations.

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