Located among the private Ke Ga Bay, with superb views towards a 100-year old French light house, the Princess d’Annam Resort & Spa is at the moment the first and only luxury boutique resort composed exclusively of villas in Vietnam. Reachable through a 150-km drive from the famous Ho Chi Minh City, it offers services that few other resorts can.
The overall style of the resort was penned down by the renowned architect Tan Hock Beng, in which he included colonial impressions and contemporary touches. Comprising 57 exclusive stand-alone villas, a 1,800 square meter spa complex, four swimming pools and two restaurants, this get-away spot is ideal for escaping the city rush and busy town-life.
The resort provides 24-hour-a-day personalized services via trained Vietnamese staff, part of an international management team. The art of cooking is pretty much praised, given a lot of attention and care.
Being situated in the Binh Thuan region, the resort also features superb landscapes all around – a long stretch overlooking the East Sea, sand dunes, red canyons, impressive mountains plus a healthy wildlife. In case guests tend to get bored, the resort puts at their disposal mountain rides in vintage Jeeps, dirt-roads exploration with all-wheel-drive SUVs and a plethora of other activities.
There’s also the Ocean Dune golf course, featuring par-72 18 holes, for such enthusiasts. It’s located close nearby, in Phan Thiet, being designed by Nick Faldo.
Engulfed in a rich atmosphere, providing luxury and breathtaking natural settings, just a few nights spent at this resort may bring a great deal of light and much-wanted repose into your life. Accommodation services start at around $300 per night, depending on preferences.