"Fishermen still row baskets over teeming waters. Salt fields offer up a harvest and farmers yield their plumpest dragon fruit. Be ushered into a realm where you can enter a world of your own."
At the Princess D'Ân Nam every length is taken to fulfil your wants and whims, and the only protocol to follow is your heart. A 150-km drive from Ho Chi Minh City, set on the secluded and pristine Ke Ga Bay, facing a century-old French light house, the Princess D'Ân Nam is the first all-villa luxury boutique resort in Vietnam.
Designed by award-winning architect Tan Hock Beng, the resort style mixes modernist sensibility and post colonial ambience. With its 48 exclusive villas, four swimming pools, two restaurants, and a sumptuous 1,800–square-meter spa complex, Princess D'Ân Nam is an idyllic haven of calm and luxury. An international management team supported by well-trained Vietnamese staff offers personalised attention, including 24-hour in-villa service, and elevates cuisine to an art-de-vivre.
Reminiscent of charming Oriental hotels of old, its timeless beauty is borne of modernist simplicity, a mix of old and new elements, and a blend of Chinese and Vietnamese details which create a distinctive elegance. A modern interpretation of French-colonial architecture fused with Oriental imagery, each evokes a sense of timelessness and Eastern mystery. The Villas' unique masonry foundations imbue a sense of gravitas and history, balanced by roofs which add lightness and elegance. Ornate latticework and rubbled walls bring a dainty, quaint atmosphere to its panoramic resort setting. Choose from 36 Mandarin Suites, 18 Princess Villas, and three double-storey Empress Villas that feature their own infinity pool and magnificent ocean views. All of which possess interiors lavished with furnishings in New Vietnamese Tropical style by Vincent Koh, embellished with richly patterned objects and finely crafted accessories bespeaking tradition and culture with contemporary refinement. The resort’s exceptional structure and ingeniously fused elements are a result of the labor of Tan Hock Beng, whose work in tropical architecture and resort design has won him a host of international awards.
Some visit the resort to bask in its peace and tranquility. Others constantly seek adventure. For energetic individuals, the resort provides a wide range of sports and fun activities. As guardian of its natural surroundings, the resort’s activities all adhere to its green policy. The discerning traveler values the exclusivity of private beaches and quiet, secluded places that bring him closer to nature. Vietnam, still graced with unspoiled nature and a rich culture heritage, is the ideal venue for this new quest of luxury.
- Four pools
- Fitness centre
- Jeep tours
- Local golf
- Tai Chi
- Cooking classes
The resort's chefs capture the intricate tastes of Vietnam through their intimate knowledge of the lush produce of the region, combined with their skill at the delicate French art of blending flavours. Savour delectable cuisine accompanied by the magnificent scenery, al fresco, by the tranquil infinity pool, or under a blanket of spectacular stars. Or relish an icy cocktail complemented with a warm sea breeze, in a private seaside setting.
Phan Tiet enjoys a hot and mostly dry sub-equatorial climate. The region is known for its endless sunshine and fresh ocean breezes. There are two main seasons - the wet season, which spans from May to November, and the dry season, from November to April. The hottest months are seen between late February and May.
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- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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