Conde Nast Traveler Magazine: Four Top New Resorts in Vietnam

Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho

Vietnam is developing and particularly its tourism sector. There are so many beautiful things to see and visit. This Sunday morning, I deliver this article to you, in fact Four #new #resorts which, according to US #CondeNastTraveler deserve to be on their top Four… to visit and comment on our Fanpage… #MustSeeInVietnam Editor

Readers of U.S. magazine Conde Nast Traveler have selected four best newly-launched resorts in Vietnam, in Hoi An, Phu Yen, Quy Nhon and Hue.

ANhill Boutique on Thien An Hill on the outskirts of Hue is surrounded by green pine forests and is not far from the tomb of Tu Duc, the fourth king of the Nguyen Dynasty, Vietnam’s last royal family (1802-1945).
It has 27 rooms carrying a combination of traditional Hue royal charms and modern architectural styles. Through the windows, guests can see a Koi fish aquarium and an outdoor swimming pool nearby.Due to its seclusion from downtown Hue, the resort boasts a quiet ambiance. 
It has a bar that is open from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m.In addition, the resort also treats guests with traditional music performances, yoga and meditation classes. 
Maia Resort Quy Nhon on Nhon Ly Beach near Quy Nhon Town opened to tourists in August 2020.The resort has 94 villas overlooking a white sandy beach from where tourists can watch the sun rise over Phuong Mai Peninsula.
One of the highlights of the resort is that its chefs use seafood brought in by local fishermen.Room prices start at $185 and include half board or one spa session.
From the resort, visitors can easily reach Ky Co Beach and Eo Gio Strait, the most popular tourist attractions that have pushed Quy Nhon‘s reputation onto the global tourism map. Ky Co Beach is famous for its emerald waters and coral diving experience while Eo Gio Strait is surrounded by high ancient rocks with a short trekking path between the mountain and sea. 
Located in Duy Xuyen District in the central province of Quang Nam, home to Hoi An, New World Hoiana Hotel recently opened as part of the Hoiana Resort complex that includes a casino and golf course.
The resort boasts 476 well-equipped rooms and a restaurant serving guests with Mediterranean cuisine and French-style Vietnamese coffee. 
It has an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by green trees and visitors can sit on lounge chairs to enjoy cocktails, seafood and grilled dishes at a bar nearby. 
Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho, on a secluded peninsula in the south central province of Phu Yen, opened in December 2020.Close to the Bai Tram (Melaleuca) beach, which is fringed by Melaleuca forests, it has 73 suites and villas that are inspired by traditional Vietnamese villages with thatched roofs, woven bamboo walls, muslin-draped beds and come-hither bathtubs.
The interior decorations highlight local culture with items like dried calabash gourds, traditional braided baskets and coconut shell tools made by local artisans.
The highest room rate here is VND85 million ($3,616) a night.The resort is not too far from tourist attractions like Mang Lang Church, Hon Yen Islet, Mon Beach and Da Dia

By Hoang Vu for E.VnExpress.net and a special touch of Must See In Vietnam

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