Bãi San Hô, Vietnamese for “bay of corals” in reference to the unique coral reef only a few meters away from the resort’s pristine beach, is an upscale resort in a private bay surrounded by lush green hills in Central Vietnam, between Danang and Nha Trang. The nearest domestic airports are Quy Nhon and Tuy Hoa, both approximately 1 hour drive from the resort. Opening on 1 August 2020, Bãi San Hô will offer an authentic Vietnamese experience for sophisticated travellers, in a part of Vietnam still untouched by mass tourism.
The resort features 71 Villas including Paddy Field Villas, 1- and 2-Bedroom Hill Pool Villas and 1- and 2-Bedroom Beach Pool Villas with direct beach access. There are three restaurants: “Bà Hai” (Granny Hai) provides traditional Vietnamese cuisine (liked cooked by Granny) set in an architectural masterpiece with exceptional high ceilings. The beach bar and restaurant offer the finest in fresh seafood, caught daily right in front of the resort. The main restaurant “Nhà Ở” (meaning lively house) is a vibrant meeting place with stunning views over the bay, serving international cuisine. The secluded and intimate cocktail bar is the perfect place for after dinner drinks. A particular highlight of the resort is the rice paddy in the centre, where guests can help planting and harvesting the rice which is also served in the restaurants.
There are many leisure facilities on offer, including a fully equipped gym open 24 hours, a yoga & aerobic studio with outdoor terrace, badminton and volleyball as well as 2 tennis courts. The coral reef near the shore is ideal for snorkelling. Other watersports include, stand-up paddling, kayaking, wake boarding, water ski and banana boat rides, surfing, fishing, catamaran and hobie cat sailing.
The spa is spread over 400 sqm and has 7 treatment rooms including 3 doubles, a hammam, sauna, a tea room and relaxation area. The infinity swimming pool (in addition to the 46 private pools of the Villas) offers fantastic views of the beach and bay.
Excursions on offer include a Phu Yen discovery tour, a Quy Nhon cultural tour, Cham Ruins excursions, visits to the nearby fisherman villages and shell-fish farms, local market tours, a lagoon bicycle tour, Vietnamese cooking classes, sunrise hilltop breakfasts, private bay picnic lunches, private rice paddy dinners, beach BBQs and fishing trips.