Location: Southern Beaches & Islands | Vietnam

As miles of unspoiled lush green vegetation meets rugged coastline and descends into the tranquil waters of Vietnam’s East Sea, a few pagoda-style roofs peek through the greenery to face towards the spectacular bay with its flawless beach – this is Amanoi, a cluster of luxurious yet understated pavilions and villas that exude stately serenity.

Perfect forSublime solitude.
In the knowNui Chua National Park encompasses over 29,000 hectares of untouched lush green space, rocky coastline and 7,300 hectares of marine reserve.

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • Eco-tourism
  • Family-friendly
  • Hideaway

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

On the coastline of Nui Chua National Park, on the ivory beaches of Vinh Hy Bay.

Rooms at Amanoi

Subtle Asian influences create a calming and balanced ambience in the 31 pavilions at Amanoi, where open-plan living and sleeping areas give a sense of space, enhanced by the panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, nearby lake or the East Sea.  Select pavilions have their own incredibly inviting infinity pools, and the five sumptuous villas consist of four or five free-standing bedroom pavilions, as well as ones for living and dining, a live-in housekeeper and your own personal chef.

Food & Drink

Drawing inspiration from a traditional Vietnamese communal dining hall, the resort’s restaurant and bar stand within the Central Pavilion, which has a spectacular vantage point over the water. Dine on local specialities with a gourmet take, or Western dishes if you’re after something a little closer to home.


A lotus-laden pond beside the Aman Spa serves up an extra portion of zen, in addition to the rolling hills that surround the five treatment rooms where scrubs, wraps and facials incorporate local ingredients like rice and coffee.

Activities at Amanoi

The serene, clear waters in the bay at Amanoi are simply made for grabbing your snorkel and mask and floating above the technicolour world of marine life that resides in the coral reef, or kayaking along the coastline, uncovering concealed caves and inlets. Pack a picnic and head off for the day into the heart of the National Park where Amanoi stands – home to a vast collection of plant, bird and animal life, including the endangered black-shanked douc, an Old World monkey.

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Hotel location

Amanoi is 1 hour and 20 minutes from Cam Ranh International Airport.

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