5 Best Luxury Resort In Vietnam

5 Best Luxury Resort In Vietnam

For a country that boasts more than 3200 km of coastline, the beaches alone should be enough to warrant a journey to Vietnam. Luxury resorts in Vietnam are some of the best in Asia, with luxurious accommodation available at affordable rates all along the country’s 3,200 kilometers of coastline. Here bellow is our top pick for luxury resorts at the best beaches in Vietnam.

1. Hoi An – The Nam Hai Resort & Spa

With more than 1,600 reviews the Nam Hai has five bubbles on TripAdvisor – that’s no mean feat. When we visited we spotted a few things that made this beach resort stand out: the rooms are beautifully decorated with a nice view of the beach meters away; lounging by the pools is idyllic; and the beach sand is spotless. Of all the resorts in Vietnam, this place is easily one of the best.

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Service in gehis (USD500 and up). Every villa comes with its own butler, ready to oblige your every whim, and small but significant detaneral is straight out of the top drawer and the price tag matches tils like the low-emission, low-noise electric buggies and bicyceritable 5-star territory. This is the place for world-class treatment, les used by the staff give the Nam Hai a push over the edge into vrest assured.

How long should you stay? At least two nights. If you can afford more, go for it. Two nights to a week is best.

2. Furama Resort Danang

When the prestigious Epicurean Review magazine in the US named the Furama Resort Danang as “Asia’s Best Resort Hotel”, it singled out the Furama’s standards of culinary and hospitality excellence.

But that is just part of the story of this fabulous resort’s restaurants and bars. Guests can enjoy a wonderful variety of Asian and international cuisines in romantic settings that take full advantage of their splendid location a stone’s throw from famed Bac My A beach and the cool sea breezes of Pacific Ocean.

Furama Spa is excited to unveil an innovative new summer menu of poolside treatments at its fabulous villas. Discerning guests are now invited to relax and indulge with six signature treatments: Indian Head Therapy, Back Therapy, Foot Therapy, Traditional Vietnamese Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, and Indian Massage – specially designed at Furama Villas Danang.

The Furama Resort also caters to corporate meetings and seminars for up to 600 people. Wide covered terraces with uninterrupted views of the ocean or lagoon surround all function rooms creating ideal locations for breaks and meals.

3. Six Senses – Ninh Van Bay Luxury resorts Vietnam

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay sits on a dramatic bay that gives the feeling of an island, with impressive rock formations overlooking the East Vietnam Sea. White sand beach and towering mountains add to the sense of being intimately at one with nature.

The resort presents the reality of the destination, with an architectural style incorporating traditions of Vietnam. The restaurants at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay serve international and local favorites, plus east meet West specialties. They provide ample space for lounging on daybeds with drinks from the wine cave, or healthy fresh juices and favorite libations from the bar.

Nha Trang is fortunate to be supplied fresh organic produce grown in the temperate climate of Dalat, which is 3-hours away. This is complemented by the best local seafood, including lobsters, king prawns and fish caught fresh every day.

Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay is a sanctuary for all the senses. Traditional Vietnames therapies and Six Senses signature treatments, customized detoxify programs and rejuvenating oxygen facials are available to suit every individual guest’s needs.


With rooms that range from $127 to $1,270 a night, the Sheraton Trang Hotel & Spa is a sprawling beach resort perched on the edge of Nha Trang Bay on Vietnam’s south-east coast. For those holidaymakers who want a bit of city life with their beach getaway, the Sheraton Nha Trang offers luxury shopping, nightlife a mix of local and high class international dining options and, of course, palm-fringed beaches. Nha Trang is regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful bays, and was one of the first protected marine areas in the world.


If you want a beach resort that looks like it was built from the ‘Perfect Beach Resort Construction Guide’ then Imperial Hotel Vung Tau is what you’re after. Boasting an idyllic setting on the white sands of Bai Sau Beach, the turquoise waters are almost annoying beautiful, suggesting “well, this is as good as it gets”. The Imperial Hotel is a rambling Victorian-styled mansion that has twice played host to the Miss World beauty pageant. It offers a more Old World opulence than many of Vietnam’s other great beach resorts: rooms have private balconies, six dining options, three swimming pools and a private beach club but this is in a league of its own. Rooms start at $350.

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