Second Property of Anantara in Vietnam
Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas has opened its second property in Vietnam – Anantara Hoi An Resort.
Located along Vietnam’s central coast, the historic port town and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hoi An is renowned for its colonial architecture, traditional handicrafts, vibrant art scene and romantic café culture.
Just a stroll from this delightful enclave, Anantara Hoi An Resort is a charming hideaway, edging the beautiful ThuBonRiver.
Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Minor Hotel Group, Anantara’s owning company, said, “We are very excited for this resort to join our Anantara portfolio, the second in Vietnam. Having acquired the Life Resorts brand at the beginning of this year, we now have a total of four properties in the country and we are also looking forward to rebranding our resort in Quy Nhon to Avani, a sister brand to Anantara, later in the year.”
Located approximately 35 kilometres from Danang Train Station and Danang International Airport, Anantara’s boutique retreat reflects Hoi An’s rich cultural diversity, with two and three storey colonial style buildings revealing French, Dutch, Chinese and Japanese influences.
93 guest rooms and suites, in a blend of classic European and exotic Asian styles, are designed with a split level layout, each featuring an upper bedroom and bathroom, leading down to a lower lounge that opens onto a porch with comfortable day beds, and either a tranquil garden or river panorama.
The soothing sanctuary which is The Spa features one double and three individual treatment rooms with private bathtubs, accompanied by an outdoor pavilion for manicure and pedicure treatments, as well as foot, neck and shoulder massages. Signature treatments include the Vietnamese Four Hands Massage which is performed by two therapists in synchronisation, combining Vietnamese pressure points with gentle chopping techniques to promote deep relaxation and overall wellbeing.
Local flavours are richly infused with a stay at Anantara Hoi An Resort, and five distinctive dining options showcase the very best of Vietnam’s unique culinary culture, as well as popular cuisines from other parts of the world.
Vietnam’s sun kissed sands are close by, with the beaches of Cua Dai and An Bang both only five kilometres away, and reachable by boat from the resort’s private jetty or by bicycle.
Beyond the compelling local attractions and beaches, ancient cultural sites and places of magnificent natural beauty a little further afield can be explored independently or in an organised excursion. The Imperial Citadel of Hue can be experienced in a captivating one day tour that crosses the scenic Hai Van Pass.
My Son Sanctuary is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and was once the religious and political capital of the Champa Kingdom. Famed for its stone sculpture craftsmanship, visitors can walk or ride on an elevator up to the top of Marble Mountain for a stunning panorama of Danang’s coastline.
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