Just 55km south of cam Ranh airport, Amanoi is set on a mountainous promontory of Ninh Thuan Province in Vietnam, renowned for its spectacular coastline and dramatic mountain ranges and the Nui Chua National Park. Amanoi overlooks Vinh Hy Bay, which is one of Vietnam’s most beautiful bays, and is surrounded by unique rock formations, and adjacent to the National Park is a marine reserve which is home to a huge variety of sea corals, tropical fish and Hawskbill and green sea turtles.
The resort is built around a central Pavilion, which houses the communal areas of the hotel and offers breathtaking views over the sea and coastline. Guest accommodation is in the form of 31 pavilions, some with private pools, and five villas, set on the hillside with spectacular views. All are designed in a blend of contemporary elegance and traditional Vietnamese style and feature a combined living and sleeping area, and a timber sundeck with sun loungers. There is a king-sized bed, sofa, writing desk, TV, sound docking system Wi-Fi, min bar and espresso machine. Whichever pavilion you choose, views are pretty spectacular, either of Vinh Hy Bay, or the surrounding mountains and lake. The Villas offer four or five free standing bedroom pavilions, living and dining pavilions, private pools, and a live-in housekeeper and cook.
There are two pools, the Cliff pool, and one at the Beach club, which also offers a range of watersports equipment including snorkelling gear and kayaks. The coral reefs fringing the East Sea feature delicate staghorn corals, and are home to many species of tropical fish. Exploring the bay’s caves and inlets by kayak or hobie cat is unmissable. When you feel the need to work out, the Spa, which is set on a tranquil lake, also has a gym, pilates studio, and lakeside yoga pavilion, as well as a range of wonderful treatments and therapies in signature Aman style. There are also two outdoor tennis courts, and several walking, running and trekking routes around the resort. The library offers a good selection of books and board games, and the Boutique has a range of traditional Vietnamese laquerware, jewellery, and local bronze, copper, and pottery items. There are plenty of excursions to the surrounding beaches, marine reserves, and the Nui Chua Natioanl Park is home to some fascinating bir
The Restaurant and Bar are located in the hilltop central Pavilion, and with breathtaking views from the large terrace, makes the perfect place to enjoy the Vietnamese and international cuisine on offer, and to relax with a drink at sunset. You can opt to dine in your own pavilion.
Vinh Hy VillageVinh Hai CommuneNinh Hai DistrictVietnam