From Dec. 23 until Jan. 1, luxurious five-star beachfront resort The Anam, located on the beautiful Cam Ranh Bay, will host a number of events including gala dinners, buffets and degustation menus, wine tasting, and an artist in residence programme among others to celebrate its first Christmas and New Year.
The JW Marriot Phu Quoc, Emerald Bay, has opened on Bai Khem, a stretch of sand that at the turn of the century was touted as the most beautiful in Vietnam.
It’s uncertain how many resort reviews are written at poolside bars, but this adds another to the tally. It’s mid-June at Amiana Resort Nha Trang, and while text messages from Saigon bring news of heavy rain flooding the streets there, the only water here is the gentle swell lapping up against the shore just metres away from the bar.
You can’t make anyone relax on their holiday. But resorts like The Anam certainly give it a decent go.
Founded by the French in 1919, Ba Na Hills is located in the Truong Son Mountains west of Danang and once had more than 200 villas. Now only a few ruins remain.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is a secluded luxury resort on the East Sea. Only accessible by a 20-minute boat ride, as you approach the resort you slowly fall off the map. The ride is a buffer between you and the rest of the world.
La Siesta Resort & Spa in Hoi An recently celebrated the opening of a luxurious new East Wing.
Unlocking ourselves from the daily grind is a luxury for most, but Loic and Van Anh Diels, the hosts at Heron House, hold the key.
Until Dec. 31, Pullman Danang is offering a 24% to 32% discount for three (more) night stay at the resort.