Designed by Reda Amalou, this new-and-improved resort beckons on a prime stretch of Vietnamâ€™s Ha My Beach. The all-villa property has seen a number of noteworthy changes and features following its major overhaul, among them a brand new spa, beach bar, and cooking school. Guest quarters have also been refitted with a fresh look: each one optimizes its picturesque surroundings and incorporates local design principles. And thereâ€™s plenty of options too, from a 520-square-meter hilltop pool villa to a five-bedroom residential complex.
Stilted on a lotus pond, the propertyâ€™s new spa boasts local flair aplenty. Each treatment and wellness experience here aims to bring guests closer to nature, offering complete and total relaxation. Thereâ€™s also the Nam Hai Cooking Academy, which invites guests to have a go at transforming homegrown produce into beloved Vietnamese classics. Workshop themes vary from day to day, ranging from Hanoiâ€™s haute cuisine to Hoi Anâ€™s street food favorites. The heart of the action, though, is the Beach Bar, where Asian tapas and Central Coast-inspired cocktails meet sweeping ocean views and electrifying DJ performances.
As part of the resortâ€™s introductory offer, those who stay three consecutive nights will get a fourth night free. Also included in this package are round-trip transfers to Danang International Airport, daily buffet breakfast for two at CafĂ© Nam Hai, nighly turndown service, and two rounds of cocktails and five tapas dishes at the Beach Bar. RatesÂ start from US$506 per night.
For more information, visit Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam.