Princess D'Annam

Location: Southern Beaches & Islands | Vietnam

Price guide: £££££ Less than £100 per person per night

A trip through Vietnam inevitably brings a whirlwind of adventure in incredible sights, sounds and smells, and Princess D’Annam is where to take a step back along the way to let it all sink in, in a picturesque seaside setting and what feels like your own deluxe beach villa.
Perfect forA little downtime on your Vietnamese adventure.
In the knowVenture to the beautiful waves of Mui Ne, which is a hot spot for kite surfing and other water-based adrenalin sports.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Water activities
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Family-friendly

Hotel Overview

Where

On the teal-coloured waters of the secluded Ke Ga Bay.

Rooms at Princess D'Annam

The 48 plush and contemporary villas are well worthy of royalty – the Mandarin villas overlook two perfectly turquoise swimming pools and preened gardens, whilst Princess villas are treated to their own private courtyard and plunge pools, as well as an outdoor bathtub to luxuriate in.  The Empress Villas are the stateliest – each has two storeys, two or three bedrooms and an infinity pool, with balconies granting sweeping views over the bay.

Food and Facilities

Seafood takes pride of place in the restaurant at Princess D’Annam, freshly caught from the nearby bay and taking a starring role in some of the finest regional dishes – you’ll even get to pick their fish of choice from the fishermen’s catch, and have it cooked to your liking. The spa complex is an impressive 1800 square meter entity unto itself, looking out onto the bay’s lighthouse and centring around a pretty courtyard with 10 treatment rooms, where each treatment is tailor-made to your liking.

Activities at Princess D'Annam

Surf, sea-kayak, windsurf or body-board the waves in Ke Ga Bay or head further out into the waters for a day trip with a local fisherman to try and catch something for dinner. Foodies can take a lesson to learn local recipes or for wannabe botanists, let the chief gardener lead you around the pretty gardens to examine the rare and exotic plants on display.

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