Princess D’Ân Nam Resort & Spa

A sensual sanctuary located in a pretty bay, overlooking the East Sea Set on the shores of Ke Ga Bay which is littered with brightly-coloured fishing boats, Princess D’Ân Nam Resort & Spa is a chic retreat away from the tourist track. Each of the 48 beautifully designed and spacious villas have balconies, private gardens and some have outside bathrooms. Guests also enjoy four swimming pools, two enticing restaurants and a fabulous spa, all set in landscaped gardens with a collection of rare plants and sea views.

The suites and villas at Princess D’Ân Nam Resort & Spa are a modern take on French colonial style with Oriental touches. Rooms are decorated in bright white with Vietnamese and Chinese artefacts scattered throughout the property. Visit the 1800-square metre spa and savour a made-to-order royal spa treatment incorporating fragrances such as honey, cloves, coconut oil, yellow turmeric, aloe vera and ylang ylang.

Enjoy a morning of golf at the Sea Link Golf Club in the nearby fishing town of Phan Thiet. Alternatively, take a tour of the surrounding area and discover the winding village roads of Binh Thuan Province. Drive past rice paddy fields and dragon fruit orchards to impressive Ta Ku mountains and National Parks rich in rainforests. Then head back to Princess D’Ân Nam Resort & Spa via the coastal stretch and admire the red sand dunes and the stunning views of the East Sea.

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Awarded the “Travelers’ Choice 2016, 2015 and 2014.”

Mentioned in the top 25 of luxury hotels in Vietnam.

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