"Along a seemingly infinite stretch of sand, amidst Vietnam’s richest cultural heritage, a strand of sophisticated, visually striking villas lines the dramatic beachfront."
Inspired by 2,500 years of history, The Nam Hai’s architecture and interior design presents a dramatic play on wind and water inspired by ancient Feng Shui philosophy and the grandeur of the Tu Doc royal tombs of Hue. Explore the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hoi An, My Son and Hue with its Buddhist pagodas, royal tombs and historic citadels.
Return to our calm, tropical shore on Ha My Beach to relax around three expansive swimming pools, in the spa on a lotus pond, over gourmet Eastern and Western cuisine or in the privacy of one of our 100 private retreats, elegantly finished with Vietnamese lacquer and diaphanous silk, some of which are served by a most attentive butler.
60 one-bedroom villas and 40 pool villas spread over 35 hectares of tropical gardens and along the pristine shoreline of Ha My Beach. Top-notch butlers assigned to each pool villa ensure all guests receive unsurpassed hospitality with expectations exceeded. Sought after contemporary Vietnamese artwork hangs in high ceilinged living spaces among delicate, hand spun silks and polished local woods. In all villas, whether one, two or five bedrooms in total, each bedroom pavilion centres around an elevated platform inspired by traditional Vietnamese garden houses encompasses the king-sized bed, a sunken writing desk, padded divan and our unique lacquered eggshell bath. In each, the lavish bathroom opens out onto a private tropical garden with an outdoor rain shower. Pool villas add a private courtyard entrance leading to the temperature controlled swimming pool that makes plunging possible anytime of year, and beyond that a separate fully equipped kitchen and your butler’s quarters.
Stimulating facilities promise indulgence beyond pools and palm trees at The Nam Hai. Nip into The Library anytime for current international magazines, engrossing books on Vietnam and the practicalities of Internet equipped computer workstations. Nestled between the tennis court and organic gardens is our just for Kids’ Activities Villa, where The Nam Hai’s youngest guests are entertained by experienced, English speaking counsellors.
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Open kitchen or the endless horizon? Soak up both and more sensory pleasures among The Nam Hai’s three unique dining venues. Cool mornings call for Eastern and Western breakfast favourites on the outdoor deck of The Restaurant. Come back in the evening for fusion fare in the sleek lowlit dining room. Refuel midday with comfort foods and the day’s freshest catch at The Beach Restaurant, which transforms after nightfall with an extensive menu of Vietnamese delicacies. Before and after, The Bar makes a memorable impression as much for its serene setting high above the water gardens as its creative cocktails and live entertainment.
As expected of a city in central Vietnam, Hoi An enjoys warm weather the whole year round with an average temperature of 29°C. There are two main seasons: the wet season and the dry season. The wet season spans from September to January, and these months see constantly heavy showers. It is best to visit during the dry season, specifically between February and May when temperatures are moderate and humidity is low. However, if you're a sun-worshipper, plan your trip for May or June.
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"The beautifully restored houses and leafy streets of Hoi An make the town a key urban highlight when visiting Vietnam."
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