4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

By Lan Huong   November 6, 2021 | 05:30 am PT
Here is a list of four world-class beach resorts at some tourist hotspots where a night’s stay could set you back by over $1,000.
4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

Situated on Ha My beach in Dien Ban District, Quang Nam Province, Four Seasons The Nam Hai is not far from Hoi An town.

In September U.S. magazine Travel+Leisure listed the resort among the top 10 in Southeast Asia.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

It spreads over 35 hectares with three infinity pools, 100 villas and eight separate spa rooms. All are designed in traditional Vietnamese architectural style.

It offers various types of accommodation such as one-bedroom ocean-view villa, three-bedroom hilltop pool villa, family villa, and five-bedroom beachfront villa.

From the resort, Hoi An town and My Son Sanctuary, both UNESCO heritage sites, are easily accessible.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

The villas measure ​​80-660 square meters and can accommodate three to 15 guests. Their tariffs for a night are VND13-60 million ($572-2,640).

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

Its Café Nam Hai’s signature dish is wagyu beef tomahawk, which is grilled on Himalayan red salt stone and accompanied by potato puree, salad leaves, bread dumpling, and spinach.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

Spread over 12 hectares along Dat Doc Beach, Six Senses Con Dao is the only five-star beach resort in the Con Dao archipelago, a popular tourist destination off the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.

Last September readers of Travel+Leisure voted the resort as Southeast Asia’s best.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

Situated inside Con Dao National Park, it has 50 beach villas, built mainly with natural materials and each with a private swimming pool.

Guests can kayak, dive to see coral reefs, release turtles into the sea, and trek through pristine forests inside the national park.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

The price of a villa for two people ranges from VND9.4 million to 64 million ($413.20-2,813).

It is one of four resorts permitted to allow Covid-vaccinated domestic tourists back since mid-October.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

Amanoi Resort is in the south central province of Ninh Thuan’s Nui Chua National Park, recognized as a world biosphere reserve by UNESCO. Vietnam’s first six-star resort has infinity swimming pools, a spa, tennis court, bar services, and Asian and European menus.

It has 36 villas overlooking Vinh Hy Bay. Its most luxurious villa costs $8,000 a night, while the cheapest starts at $1,150.

Each is designed in contemporary style in combination with Vietnamese architecture and has 2-5 bedrooms, a living room, private swimming pool, and an outdoor dining room overlooking the majestic bay.

All the trees in Amanoi are primeval.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

Designed by Belgian architect Jean-Michel Gathy, the resort in Ninh Hai District has got rave reviews from global travel magazines.

Tourists can explore Vinh Hy Bay, one of the most pristine in Vietnam, by kayak or catamaran, dive to explore corals, or climb Chua Mountain, which rises 1,000 meters above sea level.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

Anantara Quy Nhon overlooking Quy Nhon Bay in the central province of Binh Dinh covers an area of three hectares and has 26 beach-view villas.

Half its villas are on a hillside covered with green trees.

4 resorts that cost over $1,000 a night

Beachfront private pool villas cost up to VND25 million ($1,099) a night while the cheapest is VND6.5 million.

Guests can visit the tomb of famous poet Han Mac Tu not far from the resort on Thi Nhan Hill in the Ghenh Rang Tourism Area. Tu’s poems emerged in the 1920s and 1930s as the heartbroken voice of a young soul. He contracted leprosy, then an incurable disease, in 1937 and spent the rest of his life at the Quy Hoa leprosy village established by a French priest. He died aged just 28.

The resort reopened on November 1 after closing temporarily due to Covid.

Photos courtesy of the resorts

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