SLH introduces first Vietnam property

Small Luxury Hotels of the World has announced the launching of the Princess D’An Nam Resort & Spa, set on the shores of Ke Ga Bay in Vietnam.

Overlooking the South China Sea, this is Vietnam’s first all-villa boutique resort, featuring a total of 57 exclusive villas, four swimming pools, two restaurants, and a 1,800-square-meter (19,375 square foot) spa complex.

Facing a century-old French lighthouse, the design of Princess D’An Nam Resort & Spa is said to combine French-colonial inspired architecture with Oriental touches, such as Vietnamese and Chinese artifacts scattered throughout the property. Guests can pick from a selection of 36 Mandarin Suites, 18 Princess Villas and three two-story Empress Villas that feature their own infinity plunge-pools with scenic ocean views.

Princess D’An Nam Resort & Spa has two restaurants, The Dining Room and the Terrace, serving French cuisine combined with the flavors of Vietnam.

The spa is built around a courtyard with shaded cloisters; it has 10 treatment rooms.

Also available is the Ocean Dunes Golf Club, a par-72, 18-hole course designed by Masters and British Open champion Nick Faldo.

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