Six Senses Ninh Van Bay to open new exclusive villa

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is set to open a new villa this autumn. Upon completion, the three-bedroom Hilltop Reserve will provide a 180-degree view of the Ninh Van peninsula, Nha Trang city and the adjacent mountains.

The new development overtakes the two-bedroom Rock Retreat as the principal villa of the resort. Reachable only by foot or off-road buggy, the private accommodation will offer 7,825 square feet of space.

The 818-foot infinity pool at the Hilltop Reserve will be the resort’s largest, with the sun deck designed to accommodate 10 people. The three private bedrooms will each offer tailored configurations, exposed beam ceilings and en-suite bathrooms with crafted wooden bathtubs and fixtures, while the living room will come with a 56-inch HD television and digital entertainment system featuring over 200 films.

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In terms of food and beverage options, the dining area will offer space for six to 10 guests with tea, coffee and bar facilities. In-house dining will also be available, with a resident chef arriving to use the kitchen. Additionally, the Hilltop Reserve will include features unique to the villa, such as a wine cellar.

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