4 Vietnamese resorts cost thousands of dollars
thamnguyen99 28-10-2021, 09:43

Staying in resorts in Hoi An, Con Dao, Quy Nhon, Vinh Hy Bay, visitors are like being comforted by the sea, forest, and sunny space.

Four Seasons The Nam Hai is located on the beachfront of Dien Duong commune (Dien Ban, Quang Nam), not far from Hoi An World Cultural Heritage. In September, Travel+Leisure magazine ranked the resort in the top 10 best in Asia.

The resort owns a 35-hectare campus with 3 infinity pools, 100 villas, and 8 separate spa rooms on the water. All are designed according to traditional Vietnamese architecture and feng shui. In particular, the design allows the villa to optimally receive fresh air and not limit the view of the sea or private gardens. From here, visitors can catch the warm sun, enjoy the cool sea breeze and listen to the murmur of coconut trees swaying in the wind.

The resort’s villas have an area of ​​​​80 to 660 m2, corresponding to 1-5 bedrooms, for 3-15 guests. The price per night is from 13 million VND to more than 60 million VND.

Currently, the resort is temporarily closed to welcome guests to prevent and control the Covid-19 epidemic and is expected to open in January 2022.

Six Senses Con Dao is located in Con Dao National Park (Ba Ria Vung Tau). The resort is located along a 1.8 km stretch of beach and is surrounded by Lo Voi mountain, providing an experience close to nature. This is also the best resort in Asia according to Travel+Leisure.

The resort owns 50 villas, villas with swimming pools built from recycled teak wood and environmentally friendly materials. All face the sea and have sun-drenched terraces. Like its name, visitors seem to be “awakened with all senses” with sun, wind, seawater, elaborately prepared meals, and health care treatments.

Staying at the resort, visitors have the opportunity to experience kayaking, diving to see corals, releasing turtles to the sea, learning about local culture, conquering the forest road… Price of accommodation at villas in the area from 9.4 million VND to more than 64 million VND/night.

The resort is also one of four accommodation establishments selected by Ba Ria Vung Tau province to pilot welcome guests from outside the province. From October 23, the resort welcomed the first groups of guests to stay on charter flights, with a minimum stay of 7 nights.

Amanoi (Ninh Thuan) is the first 6-star resort in Vietnam, built in Nui Chua National Park and overlooking Vinh Hy Bay. The resort owns 36 villas overlooking the sea or the hills, in addition to restaurants and cliff-top swimming pools, lakeside spas, private white-sand beaches.

Each villa is designed with a contemporary style, combining Vietnamese architectural lines. The villa has 2-5 bedrooms, a living room, a private swimming pool, outdoor dining room overlooking the majestic bay. Guests can opt for a private butler service to enjoy absolute privacy.

This place owns the most expensive villa in Vietnam up to more than 180 million VND / night, the lowest is more than 26 million VND. Staying here, visitors are immersed in the natural scenery of the national park and the clear blue water of Vinh Hy sea. In particular, you can experience exploring the bay by kayak or sailboat, diving to see corals, discovering Cham culture, conquering the top of Chua mountain…

Anantara Quy Nhon (Binh Dinh) is located in a 3-hectare campus, has three sides bordering the mountain and overlooking Quy Nhon bay, including 26 villas overlooking the sea and overlooking the private bay, with an area of ​​​​160-180 m2. Half of the villas are located on the hillside and covered with green trees, the other is a few steps from the coast.

The sea view private pool villa here has the highest price up to 25 million VND, the lowest beachfront villa from 6.5 million VND. Staying in the resort, visitors can wake up to the sound of waves crashing, a cool sea breeze, and a vast sea view in front of them.

One of our favorite relaxation spots is in the bathtub with ocean views. In addition, when you come to the resort, you will experience the outdoor swimming pool, kayak, join a good morning yoga class…

The resort will reopen on November 1 with great deals, booking rooms from 4.5 million VND.