Step away from the crowds and engage with the authentic culture of Vietnam when you stay at Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô.
The beachfront resort nestled on the peninsula of the Phu Yen province has a collection of 73 free-standing villas. You can choose to stay in traditional stilted ones dotted along paddy fields, beachside retreats or those melting into the lush hilltop.
Each of the villas have their own distinctive style and are adorned with local silk prints. Those nestled in the hills have a private plunge pool while the beach villas have direct access to the sand and sea. A grand bay villa is an ideal choice for families and includes an infinity pool and room for staff.
Sample the yin and the yang of Vietnamese cuisine in the three restaurants and bars. Bà Hai serves Grandma Hai-style regional cooking, Làng Chài’s thatched beach huts is a lively grill served daily by the local fisherman, while Nhà Ở has panoramic hilltop views and offers all-day South-east Asian and international menus.
Facilities at the resort include a 20-metre swimming pool, fitness centre, yoga and aerobics studio, tennis court and a kid’s club. Marine activities along the white sandy beach include snorkelling, fishing, or kayaking while those who prefer to stay on dry land can enjoy walks, lagoon bicycle tours and pétanque.
At the end of the day relax with a hammam at the Hoa Sen Spa (meaning lotus flower) before indulging in a signature treatment based on the five elements.
Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô is located close to Quy Nhon, a city known for its beaches and boulevards. Cultural experiences include taking part in a Vietnamese cooking class, a tour of temples and shellfish farms and a private rice paddy dinner.