Anantara to open new luxury resort in Quy Nhon

Secluded retreat will be third property for Anantara Hotels and Resorts in Vietnam.

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Anantara Hotels and Resorts will open its latest villa retreat in Vietnam in late November 2018.

Located in a secluded bay in south central Vietnam, Anantara Quy Nhon Villas will comprise 26 one- and two-bedroom ocean-facing villas among 7.2 hectares of landscaped tropical gardens.

With a focus on personalised service, each villa at the new resort will come with dedicated butler services and a range of luxury amenities such as preferred room scent ranging from exotic lemongrass to refreshing green tea, Anantara signature soap collection and in-villa wine cellar stocked with fine vintages and delicatessen.

At Sea Fire Salt, the all-day dining restaurant, wine gurus will offer their expertise and give guided tastings. There is also a ‘swim-up’ bar serving cocktails, Vietnamese craft beers and Cuban cigars.

The spa will offer nature-inspired treatment suites with double massage beds and oversized bathtubs for nourishing coconut milk soaks

The resort is a 50-minute drive from Quy Nhon Airport, or Phu Cat Airport as it is known locally, and only a 20-minute drive from downtown Quy Nhon. Daily flights into Phu Cat Airport are operated from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

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