Anantara Hotels and Resorts has added a third
property to its portfolio of luxury resorts in Vietnam.
Anantara Quy Nhon Villas, scheduled to open in late November 2018,
is located in a secluded bay in south central Vietnam. The resort
will comprise 26 one and two-bedroom ocean-facing villas ensconced
amidst 7.2 hectares of landscaped tropical gardens.
The resort is a 50-minute drive from Quy Nhon
Airport, or Phu Cat Airport as it is known locally, and only a
20-minute drive from downtown Quy Nhon. Daily flights into Phu Cat
Airport are operated from Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) and Hanoi.
A creative collaboration between HB Design and
Marques and Jordy (M&J) architectural firms, Anantara Quy Nhon is
designed to seamlessly blend into the natural environment.
Spacious villas with their sleek timber and
granite sundecks, minimalist plunge pools and extended low
overhang roofs have a fresh, contemporary feel.
Each villa at the new resort will
come with dedicated butler services and a range of customisable
luxury amenities such as preferred room scent ranging from exotic
lemongrass to refreshing green tea, Anantara signature soap
collection and in-villa wine cellar stocked with fine vintages and
outlets at Anantara Quy Nhon will celebrate the abundant local
seafood and regional flavours. At Sea Fire Salt, the all-day
dining restaurant, the Salt and Wine Gurus elevate the dining
experience with expert advice and guided tastings. At the swim-up
bar premium cocktails, Vietnamese craft beers and Cuban cigars are
served in an ocean-facing setting. In-villa dining aims
to recreate a restaurant experience in the privacy of one’s villa
with gourmet breakfast in bed, fully catered poolside barbecues
and a luxury Vietnamese street food concept. Anantara’s signature
Dining by Design delights with “Castaway” island picnics and
exhilarating fishing trawler expeditions followed by five-star
Perched high on the hillside overlooking a serene bay,
Anantara Spa is a jungle-shrouded wellbeing paradise.
Nature-inspired treatment suites boast double massage beds and
oversized bathtubs for nourishing coconut milk soaks, while breezy cliffside pavilions bring the art of relaxation to new heights.
Rich in cultural attractions, Binh Dinh province, of which Quy
Nhon is the capital city, is an attractive option for families,
couples and groups of friends in search of meaningful and shared
experiences with easy access to local cultural attractions, such
as the relics of Champa civilisation and centuries-old Buddhist