The multi-awarded Six Senses Ninh Van Bay has been included in the list of “The Best Hotels in Vietnam”, by prestigious Conde Nast Traveller. The magazine called the unique vibe of the resort, “Barefoot eco-luxe”.
Guests arrive at Cam Ranh International Airport and are met by the resort’s team, who will drive them to nearby Nha Trang from where they take a twenty minute boat ride to the resort. The resort sits on a dramatic bay that gives the feeling of an island looking out to the East Vietnam Sea, with its sparkling beach, and the sense of being at one with nature. The family friendly resort’s architectural style incorporates Vietnamese traditions, with all 58 accommodations being personal pool villas. White sandy beaches and towering mountains add to the sense of being intimately at one with nature. The resort presents the reality of the destination, with an architectural style incorporating traditions of Vietnam. The restaurants at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay serve international and local favourites complemented by the best local seafood, including lobsters and king prawns. There are wonderful spaces for lounging with drinks from the wine cave, or healthy fresh juices and favourite libations from the bar. The Six Senses Spas feature treatments based on local traditions and culture, and use natural, locally sourced products.
- 58 sun bleached villas with private beach access
- Enjoy many activities and excursions on water, under water at the coral reef, and on land
- Family friendly resort with many activities for children
- Romantic atmosphere and breathtaking location
- Cooking classes will teach you how to make mouthwatering Vietnamese dishes
Rooms & Amenities :
58 Villas, 3 Restaurants, Six Senses Spa, Gym
Hilltop Villa: 158m2, with bathroom and outdoor shower, including a separate living room and a big sun deck, pivate rock pool with a gorgeous view
Beachfront Pool Villa: 176m2, two story, direct at beach, private pool with garden
Water Villa: 154m2, direct at the beach with total privacy
Rock Pool Villa: 187m2, set dramatically amongst rock formations