Soneva style, with simple stripped down chic combined with touches of Vietnamese elegance.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is located on a separate island, only accessible by boat transfer (20 minutes speedboat from Nha Trang, daylight hours only). The airport at Nha Trang is just 55 minutes drive from the ferry jetty where Six Senses have their own exclusive lounge.
The resort is built is typical Six Senses – Soneva style, with simple stripped down chic combined with touches of Vietnamese elegance. All of the 58 villas are spread out over the extensive grounds and are particularly spacious with expansive outdoor living space, each with plunge pool. The majority are dotted around the hillside, with some on the rocks or beach front.
Facilities include restaurant options, bar, fitness centre and spa. Dive centre with diving generally at its best between March to October when the sea is usually at its calmest. A selection of water sports, subject to weather conditions.
If you need to overnight in Nha Trang, we suggest the attractive beachfront Evason Ana Mandara. There are regular flights from Hanoi and Saigon to Nha Trang Airport so multi centre touring options are easy to arrange.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is barefoot chic, with the luxury coming in the elegant simplicity. The villas are generous in size, with particular emphasis on out-door living. A real hideaway retreat, generally calm, relaxed and peaceful, and of course totally romantic.
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