The glorious new resort enchants its guests with Vietnamese flair and warm Asian hospitality.
The Anam, shaded by 3000 palm trees, the lush 12-hectare property overlooks white sands and turquoise waters of Long Beach. The five-star resort boasts 117 villas and 96 rooms and suites. Traditional sampans and coracles ply these waters and picturesque islands loom just offshore. The dramatic hill and beach topography and its surrounding headland named “Song Lo”, meaning the ‘wave next to the mountain’ sets the perfect scene for a relaxing and luxurious holiday at The Anam connected to nature.
The Anam Deluxe Collection features 96 rooms and suites in the five-floor hotel building, all with access to a garden or balcony. Many of the rooms and suites afford open views of the ocean and surrounds. Totalling 128 square metres, the building’s two leading suites,
The Anam Terrace Suites, each feature a separate living room and balcony offering extraordinary views across the resort, headlands and ocean. Captivating Vietnamese artwork adorns the walls of each villa, room and suite, providing further insights into the country’s fascinating culture. To create candle-lit ambience, the bathrooms, bedecked in grey slate stone tiles sourced from Vietnam, are also decorated with flickering candles during the turndown service. A range of French lotions and toiletries exemplify The Anam’s meticulous attention to detail.
The resort also features a mouthwatering fine dining grill, an all-day dining restaurant, an authentic Vietnamese restaurant highlighting local cuisine, a stylish classical bar, a sports bar, and should you not feel like leaving the luxurious cloud-like beds, there’s always in-room dining. The restaurant’s rich wood accents and luxurious fittings and fixtures set the mood in a multi-level dining space that feels like a collection of intimate restaurants more than a single venue. Its terraces overlook one of the resort’s three swimming pools and are bathed in welcome slithers of sunlight by day and in the glow of lanterns and candles by night.
Among one of the many restaurants impeccable dishes are bay scallops wrapped in Italian pancetta with green peppercorn papaya salsa, and the Nha Trang lobster chowder, a creamy blend of potatoes,leek, apples, morel mushrooms with Nha Trang lobster medallions and chili oil. To give diners a truly authentic slice of Vietnamese culture, each Wednesday The Indochine opens its doors to five mothers of the staff, who each don a toque and apron and cook their favourite specialties for the guests as part of the resort’s popular “Mamma’s Cooking” initiative.
In addition, a heavenly 10 treatment-room spa, a state-of-the-art 3-D movie theatre, three capacious swimming pools or even a ballroom are available along with extensive recreation and fitness centre, a tennis court and kids club. For travelers looking for deep relaxation and stretching, a yoga room and designated deck are available and offer peaceful space for group sessions or private lessons.
As part of The Anam Spa’s “Let Your Mind Go, and Your Body Will Follow” mantra, the Sri Mara spa menu includes soothing and stress relieving treatments, detox and slimming programmes and the use of tea inspired Paris-based THÉMAÉ products renowned for their sublime textures and antioxidant and regeneration properties. The ‘Tropical Detox and Slimming’ journey is one of the indulgent spa packages on offer, involving a body massage that promotes better circulation, salt glow exfoliation, a fresh coffee and orange extract body wrap, and steam and sauna treatments to further drain toxins. The spa’s facials are designed to hydrate and brighten the skin, and to combat wrinkles and aging. Body care treatments include the Nepalese style tea exfoliation and Bourbon tea intense body wrap.The spa team also tends to a spa garden where lemongrass, lemons, aloe vera, and ginger are grown for use in the spa’s detox drinks.
The resort’s design was inspired by Vietnam’s bygone Indochine era full of design and rich cultural backgrounds. Visiting a country full of charm as Vietnam, the resort aims to fully reflect the traditions and unique experiences of its county and curates experiences drawing on this particular epoch, evoking a nostalgic tone with its imperial-style roofs, lanterns, big- bellied water vases, decorative pools, customized mosaic floor tiles and stone pathways. The Anam and its team are guided by a “Indochine Charm, Modern Luxury” approach to accommodation, blending colonial-era charm and warm-hearted Vietnamese service with modern comforts and convenience.
The Anam is one of Vietnam’s top coastal resorts and the first truly luxurious property in up-and-coming Cam Ranh, a pristine coastal destination removed from the hustle and bustle of nearby beach city Nha Trang. Situated on the northern part of Cam Ranh peninsula, the distance between Cam Ranh International Airport and The Anam is less than 20 minutes by car. The resort is easily accessible from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi thanks to numerous departure and arrival flights daily.
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