Four Seasons Nam Hai Resort offers top of the range facilities and accommodation
The Four Seasons Nam Hai Resort is without doubt one of the most elegant and luxurious hotels in the entire region. Subtle, sophisticated, fine Vietnamese touches, combined with contemporary comforts.
Located at the quieter Ha My Beach area. 10 minutes’ drive to Hoi An village and 25 minutes to Danang City and the international airport.
The Four Seasons group acquired the management in 2016. They have sensibly retained the original style and ambience, whilst introducing their own personality into some of the finer details.
Four Seasons Nam Hai Resort has a selection of 100 single storey freestanding villas
Built in three ‘U‘ shape wings running from the beach back into the tropical gardens. All are spacious, with an integrated living area.
You have a choice of:
One Bedroom Villas set at the rear of the gardens – 80 sqm
One Bedroom Villas with Oceanview set further forward – 80 sqm
One Bedroom Villas with Beachfront – 80 sqm
One Bedroom Family Villas. These are mainly set back in the garden and have a separate alcove living area which can be ideal for extra bed. They only have 10 currently (as of June 2018) but such is the demand more are being considered – 104 sqm
40 Pool Villas. These range from One right through to Five bedrooms, and are an absolute luxury – and priced accordingly! Huge total living space, starting from 250 sqm, including a private pool.
Main two-tiered infinity swimming pool stretching through the gardens down to the beachfront
Several restaurants with differing cuisine and locations
Kids club – During peak seasons teens club
A variety of water sports (weather conditional) with kayaks and sailboats free and speedboat rides
Wake and kneeboarding all available at extra cost
There are two championship golf courses close by
Instant Wow, total class at every turn. Four Seasons Nam Hai Resort is beautifully designed and considered.
Super beach and so convenient for visiting atmospheric Hoi An. It is expensive, but I doubt if their many happy guests would really want it any other way.
Note – On the vacant land to the left of the resort facing the sea a new hotel is under construction . This is far enough away from most of the villas ( some of the three bedroom villas are closer ) and public facilities not to cause inconvenience but will be obvious as you walk along the beach . In common with most developments in the areas there can be months of relative inactivity followed by weeks of intense work , sometimes dependent on the cash flow of the owner-developer . Ask us for update at time of enquiry . Note that within the total Danang/ Hoi An area you have many new developments so this will be evident as you travel around
This (central) area of Vietnam is generally at its best weather wise from late March through to early October. The winter months can see more rainfall, lower temperatures and higher sea swells. OK for sightseeing, golf, spa or cuisine focused retreats, but maybe not for beach and sea activity.
There are now many more direct flights into Danang from around the region so twin/triple centre holidays are easy to arrange with the combination with Thailand particularly popular.
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Indochina is the collective name for Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, the former French territories in the region. Despite huge changes in the last decade, the French influence still remains in majestic colonial buildings, the art scene and of course the food. Vietnam is also the country that is developing fast with many new hotels and resorts, but it still remains a totally enthralling place to visit.
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