There will be just 72 suites and villas on site, alongside a cliff-top spa and three restaurants and bars.
Fans of the Mandarin Oriental brand can look forward to a trio of hotel openings in Vietnam over the coming years. Following the development of a 227-room property in downtown Ho Chi Minh City and a seaside retreat outside Da Nang, the group has announced its third outpost in the country. Mandarin Oriental will manage a new resort with branded residences in Phu Yen province along Vietnam’s scenic south-central coast, with a debut tentatively scheduled for 2026.
Spanning an area of 29 hectares, Mandarin Oriental, Bai Nom will offer direct access to an 800-meter-long beach. The architecture and design of its 72 suites and villas, including 25 branded residences, will incorporate Vietnamese elements and reference the local culture. Some accommodations will be located directly on the beach, and others will dot the forested hillsides; all come with private terraces and pools. The branded residences will each house three to five bedrooms and have their own gardens, swimming pools, and terraces.
The resort will also feature three restaurants and bars. Over at the cliff-top Mandarin Oriental Spa, guests can unwind through the brand’s signature wellness therapies and treatments and sign up for personalized or group classes in yoga, meditation, and fitness training. Indoor and outdoor wet zones, saunas, a 30-meter lap pool, and a sunset pavilion for healthy refreshments round out the facilities. Tennis enthusiasts will have the chance to practice their game on both traditional and Padel courts.
Complete with a dedicated swimming pool, the Children’s Club will be complemented by an activity center with spaces for outdoor pursuits. Off-site activities include a range of water sports, as well as guided excursions to private coves, dive sites, and hiking trails.