Designed by Reda Amalou, this new-and-improved resort beckons on a prime stretch of Vietnam’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 there’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 property’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. There’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 Hanoi’s haute cuisine to Hoi An’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 resort’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 Café Nam Hai, nighly turndown service, and two rounds of cocktails and five tapas dishes at the Beach Bar. Rates start from US$506 per night.
For more information, visit Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam.