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Vietnam's Best Luxury Beach Resorts

Phu Quoc Island's

La Veranda Resort

 

The protected paradise of the island of Phu Quoc, an unspoiled natural landscape comprising hills, forests and white sandy beaches and a turquoise sea just perfect for diving. In luxurious tropical gardens, a building in the 19th century colonial style is the setting for stays of well-being...The Veranda Resort offers a unique welcome, far away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Here, the dominant themes are well-being, discovery and escapism. A spa destination for total relaxation: Taï Chi and Qi Qong on the beach in search of physical and mental harmony. When the sun goes down, treat your palate to the delights of the hotel's gastronomic restaurant, "The Peppertree". 

 

Located on Phu Quoc Island, La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc, member of the MGallery Collection, boasts a style reminiscent of a French seaside mansion. Set in tropical gardens on a beautiful stretch of beach, the resort boasts design comprising a rich blend of dark woods, fine linens and mosaic tiles, complemented by large terraces with sweeping views. In addition to 43 rooms with private balconies, La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc features two restaurants, lounge bar, swimming pool, water sports and spa.

 

 

 

From the comfortable loungers at the Veranda Resort, the visitor can be forgiven for confusing the movements of their soul with the waves of the ocean. Because this hotel resort to the south of Vietnam, in a French colonial style, creates a traditional and elegant atmosphere. Traditional tiled roofs, dark woods, fine linen, shaded alcoves, the Veranda Resort orchestrates, with brio, a harmonious attentive service for a journey of discovery.

 


Nha Trang's

Six Senses Hideway Ninh Van

 

Six Senses Hideaway Ninh Van Bay sits on dramatic Ninh Van Bay, with its impressive rock formations overlooking the South China Sea, white sand beach and towering mountains behind, all adding to the sense of being luxuriously at one with nature.

The exclusive property also presents the reality of the destination, with an architectural style reflecting the traditions of Vietnam.

Accommodations at Six Senses Hideaway Ninh Van Bay provide generous personal space and present an uncompromised standard of luxury.

Accessible only by water, the 58 pool villas are situated on the beach front, on the hillside and over rock formations in which private swimming pools have been crafted. Several hilltop villas located near the Six Senses Spa have personal Spa Suites.

Samplings of Awards and Critiques from 2006 and continuing

            Elite Traveler: The World’s 101 most fabulous suites and villas, Fifth Annual Pure Decadence list – Presidential Suite of Evason Hideaway & Six Senses Spa at Ana Mandara, Vietnam  

            Conde’ Nast Traveller: Hot List 2006 - Evason Hideaway & Six Senses Spa at Ana Mandara, Vietnam 

      Travel + Leisure: 50 Romantic Escapes - Evason Hideaway & Six Senses Spa at Ana Mandara, Vietnan        

           Luxury Travel: - Australia 2006 gold list AND 20 Best Overseas Spas, includes Six Senses Spas in:Evason Hideaway at Ana Mandara, Vietnan   

            Tatler's 2006 Travel Guide: Hotel of the Year - Evason Hideaway at Ana Mandara, Vietnam            

            Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report: Grand Award Winner, Hotel of the Year - Evason Hideaway at Ana Mandara, Vietnam


Hoi An's  

Nam Hai Resort - Hoi An

The Nam Hai is no ordinary beachfront getaway.

This is a benchmark setting for sybarites in search of real class.

Sprawled across 35 hectares, this splendid spa resort opened in December 2006 offering 60 elegant Villas and a further 40 Pool Villas each within landscaped gardens with unobstructed views across the South China Sea on to the misty Cham Islands.

Care has been taken to harmonise with nature and the design flows along traditional lines with useful modern touches, like Internet.

Bedrooms are spacious with en suite baths, walk-in closets, and high ceilings, all adding to a sense of space.

The Pool Villas additionally offer a kitchen, a maid's room and temperature-adjustable pool for a dip anytime of the year. All villas are stylish yet inviting in a warm and personal way. Welcome to Vietnam cool.

Running down the east coast of Central Vietnam in a seemingly unbroken swathe of alluring soft white sand, China Beach has captured the imagination like no other sun-and-sand playground. And it is here, on a prime stretch of Ha My Beach near historic Hoi An that The Nam Hai is sited, 30km south of Danang.


Phan Thiet's

Novotel Coralia Ocean Dunes and Golf Resort

Discover the charm of a traditional Vietnamese fishing village on the Southern coast of Vietnam.

The town of Phan Thiet, 200 kms northeast of Ho Chi Minh City, has been a fishing village for centuries.

Strolling through the village along the river, visitors will discover a more simple lifestyle, where cyclos still ply the streets as fishing boats bob in the harbour.

Located on a private beach, the resort is surrounded on three sides by the superb 18-hole Ocean Dunes Golf Club, and commands spectacular views of ancient volcanic mountains and coastal plains.

Watersport activities are offered making this peaceful resort ideal for the family, golfers and seafood lovers alike.

Recently re-furbished, the 135-room beachfront hotel (incorporating 12 bungalows) is located 200 kilometres northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. It is Vietnam's first international resort offering watersports, a swimming pool, a private beach and a superb 18-hole golf course designed by Nick Faldo.


Danang's

Furama Resort Danang

Furama Resort Danang, positioned along world-famous China Beach in Danang, Vietnam, has hosted royalty, presidents and movie stars.

Four UNESCO-listed World Heritage Sites are located nearby.

Internationally renowned Australian architects designed the resort, incorporating contemporary Asian architecture with French-colonial style.

Café Indochine recalls the nostalgia of the French colonial period with its rattan furniture, ceiling fans, French windows and antique photographs. A range of pan- Asian cuisine includes Vietnamese, Chinese, Malay, Thai, Indian and Indonesian.

Views of China Beach and a Mediterranean menu inspire appetites at Ocean Terrace restaurant, while tropical bars are positioned along an oceanfront setting. This resort features a business center and a 2,500-square-metre convention center with four smaller function rooms that accommodate up to 1,500 guests. High-speed wired and wireless Internet access is available in public areas.

The Furama Spa concentrates on the concept of self-healing by integrating organic Vietnamese and Western products into their program of signature massage and beauty treatments.

Recreational amenities are nearly endless, and include the PADI-certified Dive Base, multiple water sports, tai chi classes, a movie center stocked with 200 films and a full- scale fitness center.

The Joy Paradise Club offers 1,200 square metres of gaming action. Illuminated tennis courts, a lagoon- style pool, a golf driving range, table tennis and video game consoles round out the resort's avenues of activity.

This eight-story property offers guestrooms and suites with ocean, garden or pool views. Standard accommodations feature custom-crafted furnishings, polished timber floors, walk-in closets, ceiling fans and marble bathrooms with showers.

Many accommodations feature Asian-inspired loveseats, coffee tables, armchairs and bathrooms with showers and bathtubs. Room amenities include satellite television. Minibars and coffee/tea makers are provided.

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