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Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

Wednesday, May 02, 2012, 14:06 GMT+7

The only way to get to Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is by boat. It is a gasp inducing moment as you turn into the bay. The mountainside setting, the incredible rocks, the indescribable blue of the water. It is part of mainland Vietnam but the unique geography makes it feel like an island -- the most beautiful island. A few local lobster fishermen ply their trade in coracle-like boats. The views in every direction are stunning. Sunsets are unforgettable. The beach is a glorious curve of golden sand that seems to go on forever.


The 58 pool villas sitting along the beach, on the hillside, and over water are designed to complement nature, delighting in their surroundings. Villas nestle in the amazing rock formations - each different, determined by the shapes of the rocks - with private pools scooped into the rocks themselves. Hilltop villas have personal spa suites with massage champas and steam showers. If the outlook is rocky, inside the story is wood; acres of beautiful burnished teak. All from reclaimed and sustainable sources, of course.


The restaurants at Ninh Van Bay are on the jetty – the deck of the bay - and on the rocks. Relaxed for lounging on daybeds, or for gourmet suppers with tasting menus, the world class food and wine includes local Vietnamese dishes, East-meets-West specialties, as well as international menus. Most ingredients are sourced locally, or grown at the resort in its organic gardens, fabulous for fresh Vietnamese herbs and fruit. The wine cellar – a cave in the rocks - has wines from worlds old and new and the bar serves a cocktails list which will last long after sundown.


Signature and locally inspired treatments at the Six Senses Spa are enjoyed to the tune of a tumbling waterfall, ensuring relaxation and rejuvenation is complete. Energy restored, the choice of what to do next is huge - water sports and diving, snorkeling in the exquisite coral reef, teeming with beautiful marine life, tennis, a fully appointed gym and nature trails through the breathtakingly beautiful mountains. Or, of course, one can choose a rock, gaze at all that beauty and just dream a little….


Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is accessible only by land and water, a 60-minute drive from Cam Ranh Airport and a 20-minute boat trip from the pier.


Welcome to Six Senses Ninh Van Bay! We are delighted to deliver Special Summer Promotion - the best offer of the year to Vietnamese nationals, Vietnamese oversea and expatriates working in Vietnam.


Rates start from US$ 280++ / night with airport shuttle bus and boat transfer; daily breakfast; welcome amenities; free internet; kayaking & snorkeling. The offer is valid until 31st October, 2012. 

Please contact the resort at: Tel: +84 58 3 524268 Fax: +84 58 3 524 704 Email:

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