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Evason offers a trilogy of unique guest experiences in Vietnam

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 20 June 2005

Six Senses Resorts & Spas' first beach resort in Vietnam under the Evason Resort brand, is being joined by two additional Evason properties an Evason Hideaway and an Evason Resort. And to further strengthen the resorts positioning, it will now add the Evason Resort brand in its official logo to become the Ana Mandara Evason Resort.

With phase one of the new Evason Hideaway at Ana Mandara already fully operational, the fifty-four villa property is scheduled for completion in late 2005. 

The third property, already under development, is the Ana Mandra Villas Dalat, a forty-four key project which incorporates fourteen heritage French-style chateau in the hill-top town of Dalat. The property which is scheduled to open in early 2006 will be operated under the Evason Resort brand.

Area General Manger for Six Senses, TJ Grundl-Hong, said, Evason now offers a trilogy of unique experiences in Vietnam. Each property has its own character and we will develop packages that will introduce guest to all three properties.

A key element of every Evason Resort and Evason Hideaway is a Six Senses Spa. The Six Senses Spa at Ana Mandara offers a comprehensive menu of treatments and therapies, including the Sensory Spa Journey the signature four hands massage. It also offers a Vichy spray shower, plus pampering treatments to compliment the holistic therapies of the Six Senses Spas promise - Balancing Senses. 

The Six Senses Spa at Evason Hideway will soon operate from a new location nestled around the rock formations of a natural waterfall and rock pools. The spa will be complimented by five Spa Suite Villas, each offering a private massage villa and steam room shower. Guests staying in the Spa Suite Villas will have two massages per villa each day of their stay. They will select from a menu of treatments which include Swedish and Thai massages.

At the Ana Mandara Villas Dalat, the Six Senses Spa will completely occupy one of the restored chateaux. It will offer a complete a la carte menu of treatments administered by skilled international and Vietnamese therapists.

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