The Nam Hai in Hoi An offering Free Nights in Summer Promotion

Travel News Asia Tuesday, 5 June 2007

One of Vietnams most luxurious new resorts, The Nam Hai, Hoi An, which opened last December, is celebrating its first summer season with a special offer of a complimentary night for guests booking between before August 31st 2007.

Three nights for the price of two or four nights for the price of three are on offer at the opulent 5-star retreat in Central Vietnam.

Those booking for four nights at the oceanfront resort are also treated to a complimentary upgrade to an exclusive Pool Villa with its own private infinity pool, subject to availability at the time of booking.

The upgrade includes club bonuses ranging from butler service, dedicated reception and limousine service around the local area, plus return airport transfers, to complimentary beverages and laundry.

Signature features of The Nam Hai are a gourmet restaurant and beach restaurant; three beachfront swimming pools, including one with temperature control.

The Nam Hai Spa which comprises a series of eight serene pavilions set around a lotus filled lagoon, offers a wide range of health and beauty treatments including the popular Nam Hai Massage. 

In landscaped tropical gardens overlooking the South China Sea on famous China Beach, The Nam Hai is just 10 minutes from picturesque Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage Silk Road trading port with a quaint old town of sidewalk cafes and artisan boutiques.

Several other UNESCO World Heritage sites are also within reach of The Nam Hai for day outings, including My Son Valley, Vietnams equivalent to Angkor Wat, and Hue, the ancient capital with an Imperial City comparable to Beijings Forbidden City.

Also nearby is the busy seaport of Danang, where most guests arrive by air, and Marble Mountain, a scenic Buddhist sanctuary. An 18-hole golf course, not far from the resort, is expected to open in the near future

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