Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô is something new, fresh & exciting in Vietnam, combining traditional influences and contemporary comforts…
Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô opened December 2020, and the first venture into Vietnam by Zannier Hotels. A delightful luxury resort combining a simple deliberately rustic style with a wonderfully natural setting facing a one-kilometre long white sandy beach – the name means Bay of Corals – and lush mountain backdrop. There is a similarity with the idyllic Zannier Phum Baitang in Siem Reap, Cambodia – see separate feature.
Bãi San Hô is located in the South Central Vietnam area of Phu Yen province, with the nearest airports being Phu Cai and Tuy Hoa. Both are about 70 minutes of scenic road transfer from the resort. There several flights daily from Saigon (70 minutes) & Hanoi 1.45 minutes.
This area generally has its best weather December through to August. The months September to November see more rainfall with higher sea swells.
Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô has a total of 71 villas spread around the extensive grounds. Each provides a real sense of destination, with influences taken from local tribes plus of course reassuring contemporary comforts.
The 25 Paddy Field Villas (49sqm) are on stilts and overlook the working rice fields.
The 25 Hill Pool Villas (53 sqm of interior living space ), elevated with superb views and all with their own plunge pools. Most are One Bedroom but there are a couple of Two-Bedroom Villas which are particularly suitable for families.
The 21 Beach Villas (59 sqm of interior living space) provide the easiest access to the beach plus all have their own plunge pool. 18 are One Bedroom and 3 are Two Bedroom.
Several restaurants and bars placed around the resort area, providing you with a choice of location and cuisine, although the emphasis will be Asian with a Mediterranean twist.
A selection of water sports can be arranged subject to weather conditions.
A number of day tours, both on land & sea, can be arranged at the resort.
This area is one the least developed in Vietnam, which rather adds to the charm and appeal. It is a total contrast to the more developed Danang and Nha Trang. Here the pleasures are simple & authentic. Explore small fishing villages, delightful coral bays and quiet coves. A wonderful sense of adventure and discovery, with the journey part of the experience.
We particularly suggest a combination with Saigon – to us one of the most exciting cities in the entire region – and Hanoi with its slightly slower pace and history and gateway to Halong Bay. Or maybe an extension to Siem Reap in Cambodia to explore the incredible temples of Angkor, staying at the equally appealing Zannier Phum Baitang. Ask us for details and suggestions.
Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô
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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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