‘Surrounded by Mountains & Sea'
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay holds a dramatic location, overlooking the East Vietnam Sea, set amongst impressive rock formations and is surrounded by mountains and white sand beaches. The resort has villas in different locations with some facing the mountains, beachfront or the East Vietnam Sea and all are secluded and feature private plunge pools. There are a variety of restaurants offering local and international cuisine as well as East meets West specialities. Also, as part of Six Senses, the resort features a top-class spa offering Vietnamese therapies and signature programmes.
Protected National Marine Park Location – Private Pool Villas
Six Senses Con Dao has been designed to resemble a traditional Vietnamese fishing village and market place. The 50 open-air villas all have private infinity edge pools and feature outdoor bathrooms. Activities are suitable for everyone and include a main pool, spa, gym, library, water sports centre and childrens club. The restaurants offer traditional Vietnamese and International foods and the bars are the perfect place to relax.
‘Private Lagoon and Hillside Villas – Romantic Location'
The Banyan Tree Lang Co is a boutique beach resort on the south-central coast of Vietnam in a culturally rich region, near to three UNESCO World Heritage sites. The property features pool and hillside villas of which many have a private pool and outdoor areas that offer seclusion. There are three restaurants offering a variety of cuisines and guests can enjoy Destination Dining experiences where dinner is bought to you. There is also a spa, 18-hole golf course, gym and yoga pavilion, gallery and watersports centre.
‘Seaside Elegance, Expansive Villas, Private Pools’
Set on Mui Ne’s weeping beach, just four hours from Ho Chi Minh City, Anantara Mui Ne Resort provides chic living. There are just 89 rooms, suites and pool villas all with sleek contemporary décor and Vietnamese character. The hotel has a fitness centre and spa and offers yoga classes and Vietnamese cooking classes. There is a swimming pool, and magnificent beach with water sports. You’ll find several dining options and bars all offering something slightly different.
‘Quaint Charm, Private Pool Villas, Vietnamese Elegance’
Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai on the outskirts of the old Hoi An town offers the perfect Vietnamese experience with high end luxury accommodation on China Beach, boasting one of the most sought after shorelines in Vietnam. Space is of the essence at this property where each villa has its own garden and some feature a pool. Cuisine can be found at either the indoor or beachfront restaurant, the latter of which proves to be an excellent setting for an intimate romantic meal. There are many nearby areas for you to explore around Hoi An, although those who choose to stay at the resort are rewarded with a range of activities; from tennis and basketball courts, to the relaxing spa and swimming pools.
‘Inclusive Spa Treatments, Golf, Yoga Studio’
Fusion Resort Cam Ranh has unlimited spa treatments included in your basic holiday price as well as use of the fitness centre, sauna, steam room, yoga studio and swimming pool. If you’d like to explore a little away from the resort you'll find diving and snorkelling, cycling, golf and lots more. Your accommodation at Fusion Resort Cam Ranh is spacious and many villas and suites have private pools – all have ocean views. Should you be travelling with the family there are 2 and 4 bed options available.
'History & Beauty at its Finest'
Vietnam is a land full of undeniable natural beauty and riveting cultural experiences, from its lantern-lit townships, white-sand beaches, bustling metropolises, to its seascape of rising limestone islands, you will find plenty of things to see and do here. Live in the moment and escape the norm on a luxury holiday in Vietnam.
In the impressive capital of Hanoi, where you can stroll through its historic Old Quarter, visit the UNESCO-listed Imperial Citadel, and duck into the fascinating mausoleum of the country's revolutionary leader, Ho Chi Minh. Over at Halong Bay, admire the natural beauty of the twice UNESCO recognised World Heritage Site aboard a luxury cruise. Relax on the pristine beaches of Central Vietnam in absolute luxury at Four Seasons The Nam Hai whilst dipping into the ancient town of Hoi An.
Intercontinental Hanoi Westlake
Situated on the Westlake, this property offers the perfect balance of being able to explore and enjoy the hectic city of Hanoi whilst being able to retreat to stylish luxury and peace of this relaxing over-water setting at the end of the day. Whilst in the city, try a cooking class, visit the famous water-puppet show, check out the museums or try some street food.
There are many cruises of Halong Bay, whilst the majority will promote just one night the Auco Cruise provides a more in-depth experience in much quieter areas, further out into the bays of Halong and Lan Ha. This approach allows travellers to really experience the natural beauty of their surroundings, enjoy the luxury of the ship and all the facilities it offers without being rushed to fit in too much in not enough time. After all, you’re on holiday – take a minute and look around, you’ll love what you see here!
Four Seasons The Nam Hai
With an idyllic location on Vietnam’s culturally rich central coast, The Nam Hai offers a portal to three extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage sites and a breezy respite on the country’s most celebrated beach. You’ll have a chance to reconnect with your loved ones – whether you take to the East Sea by kayak, explore the glory of imperial Hue or simply savour quiet moments in your own tranquil villa.
‘Haven of art, style and culture’
Situated in the city centre, Hotel des Arts Saigon combines distinctive local design with classical charm and contemporary facilities. The hotel features 168 rooms and studio suites that fuse elegant French design with touches of Indochina. When it comes to dining, there are three unique venues to choose from including the Saigon Kitchen with its authentic Vietnamese cuisine, and the 19th-century inspired Social Club with its exquisite European dishes. The rooftop pool overlooks spectacular views of the city and the Le Spa des Artistes offer a tranquil retreat after a day of discovery.
‘Betwixt Lush Rainforest and White Sands’
Scattered along the hillside of the famous Son Tra Peninsula is the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, a luxury property with several outstanding features plus a location that is close to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Rooms and suites at the resort are particularly generous with lavish design and modern amenities not to mention breath-taking sea views. Larger suites have private pools and sun decks as well as expansive interiors. Exceptional dining includes La Maison 1888, the first restaurant in Vietnam to feature a Michelin-starred chef, and locations that include overwater seating booths. The white sands of the beach allow you to enjoy the coast and water whilst the lush rainforest backdrop holds treasures that should not be missed, the resort’s knowledgeable concierge will point you in the right direction.