Flanked by lush rolling hills with views of Vinh Hy Bay, a two-hour-drive south of Nha Trang, luxe Vietnamese resortÂ Amanoi has raised the bar with the recent launch of its spa houses: Thuy Lien and An Son. These two new additions to the property carry Amanâ€™s signature simplicity, with clean lines, local touches, and a secluded setting that makes the most of its natural surroundings.
Thuy Lien Spa House boasts a hammam and views of the lotus lake, while An Son beckons with a wooden-clad banya and vistas of the Nui Chua National Park, but both feature top-of-the-line amenities, an outdoor infinity pool, a Jacuzzi, and a steam room that houses an ice fountain and a cold plunge pool. Staying overnight is also an option, as the pavilionsâ€™ bedroom and living areas are equipped for two to four guests.
In terms of whatâ€™s on the menu, each house packs plenty of options. Treatments incorporate techniques such as reiki, Chi Nei Tsang, and acupressure, while therapies comprise two categories: Bodywork and Energywork. With programs that include yoga, pilates, pranayama, and meditation, the former is perfect for guests looking for a slice of tranquility. But if youâ€™d rather work up a sweat, then opt for one of the Energywork sessions, which range from kickbocking and TRX classes to circuit training and bootcamps.
Further enhancing the experience are the hillside resortâ€™s brand new wellness immersions. Rooted in traditional Eastern philosophy, the weight loss program here offers nutritional consultations, daily spa sessions, and curated meal plans. Those in need of stress relief will delight in the resortâ€™s Movement, Mindfulness & Stress Control immersion, which focuses on purification and inner healing. Meanwhile, Amanoiâ€™s detox program aims to restore balance to the mind and body, making it the perfect choice for 9-to-5ers and travelers leading a fast-paced lifestyle.
From US$875, guests can enjoy Amanoi’s special wellness package, which entails return transfers fromÂ Cam RanhÂ Airport, as well as daily breakfast, treatments (hammamÂ or banya), and massages (Aman or Vietnamese).
For more information, visit Amanoi.