This upscale hideaway on one of Vietnam’s most naturally beautiful shore offers all the right ingredients for relaxation with attention to the detail.
Arrive to find a postcard perfect shore, with a backdrop of orchard covered mountains. The resort’s kilometre long, palm fringed, private beach boasts some of Vietnam’s most pristine sands and clearest turquoise water. Accommodation is designed to relax, entertain and inspire. Each of the 63 guestrooms and suites boast a contemporary style brought to life by hints of Vietnamese culture and Champa Kingdom heritage. Private balconies reveal a spectacular sea view. Guests can sit at their balcony’s table and chairs to watch the waves, or rest inside on a cosy sofa chair enjoying international satellite channels on the large LED television.
Enjoy a tempting variety of tasty bites, delicious meals, refreshing drinks, tropical cocktails and premium wines. Offering imaginative creations that are freshly made you’ll find world flavours prepared by internationally trained chefs, along with the best Vietnamese cuisine should you fancy something local and exotic.
Indulge in an extensive spa treatment with nourishing and therapeutic benefits. The spirit of indulgence continues in the beauty treatment rooms with steam baths, Vichy showers and a Japanese dry sand and salt sauna that can be followed by healthy beverages on the spa deck overlooking the garden. A beachfront pavilion offers revitalising wellness activities, including daily complimentary sunrise yoga and afternoon Tai Chi.
In the tranquil surrounds of the resort, guests can play beach games, snorkel, kayak, fish and cruise the waves aboard a traditional Vietnamese basket boat. Bicycles available at the resort can be ridden to a nearby lake and orchard or a local fishing village. Vietnamese cooking classes, cocktail making sessions and an orchard tour introduce vibrant local elements and Vietnamese language lessons are free every day
When it comes to exploring, Quy Nhon and the surrounding area offers a well rounded mix of culture, history, stunning scenery and local flavours. A freshwater lake in the nearby mountains is a great place to fish and a floating village restaurant dishes up superb seafood specialties.
A local handicraft village is renowned for its pottery, woodwork, blacksmiths and rice hats, while Quy Nhon City is home to ancient Cham temples and pagodas, a bustling market and a fascinating history museum.