A contemporary, tropical retreat, The Sailing Bay Beach Resort, is one of the finest in the area, and features a Europeanstyle design in the shape of sail to capture the beachfront scenery entirely.
A range of accommodation options are scattered across tropical vegetation, ponds and along the endless beach boasting spacious private balconies affording stunning ocean views.
Room categories include Standard, Deluxe Garden View, Deluxe Ocean View, Premier Deluxe and Premier Suite.
All rooms are elegantly furnished, defined by native woods and tiles and decorated
with ceramics, antique carvings and a bathroom, some with a jacuzzi. With a choice of either a king or twin beds, rooms are suitable for either single or double occupancy.
The Royal Restaurant offers a range of fabulous dishes from both Asian and Western cuisines which are well prepared by the international master chefs using the freshest ingredients. Windy Pool Bar offers guests a unique open-air experience with a modern vibe featuring freshly grilled fare for lunch and Asian-influenced cuisine for dinner right on Mui Ne beach.
With a backdrop of sunny skies, golden sands and a deep blue shore, the resort is the ideal venue to host significant outdoor events from theme parties, weddings, and conferences, The Sailing Bay is sure to impress.
Choose from a variety of spa services
designed to reduce stress and enhance balance including massages, body scrubs and wraps, water treatments, skin care, nail care and hair care. The professional staff is trained to help you select appropriate services and provide impeccable personalised service for a spa experience that exceeds all expectations. The fitness centre provides modern facilities and exercise equipment for those who wish to keep active.
Only a few hours from Ho Chi Minh City, and 25 minutes from Phan Thiet City, Mui Ne beach is a glorious stretch of deserted beach and towering coconut palms. The water is free of rocks, which makes it perfect and safe for kite boarding and windsurfing. Mui Ne has the best conditions in all of Asia for watersports because it has Asia’s strongest and most consistent cross-onshore winds and the lowest rainfall in Vietnam.