Hotels to look out for in 2023 in Vietnam

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This time last year, 2022 was still looking pretty dicey. Covid was wreaking havoc on the travel industry. There was light at the end of the tunnel, but we were still in the dark. Now we’ve come into the light. And as we do, there are so many hotels to look out for in the coming year.

The Anam Mui Ne, Vietnam
The Anam Mui Ne, a resort with 127 elegant rooms and suites, a sublime design inspired by Vietnam’s Indochine era and prime beachfront location will celebrate its grand opening in January next year. The resort overlooks Mui Ne’s white sand beach and affords spectacular East Sea vistas. With architecture guided by Hanoi’s grand old French villas, The Anam Mui Ne evokes a romantic atmosphere with glowing lanterns, customized encaustic mosaic tiles, big-bellied clay vases, statues on plinths, imperial style roofs, cornice detailing and intricate woodwork crafted by artisans from across Vietnam whose trades have been handed down the generations. Its dining landscape comprises an all-day dining restaurant and grill, beachside restaurant and bar, lobby bar and 24-7 in-room dining. The resort will cut the ribbon on a collection of luxurious facilities including a five-treatment-room spa, two spacious swimming pools, ballroom, conference rooms, water sports center, fitness center, yoga room, kid’s club and gift shop. The independently owned and operated resort is the second The Anam property to open following the 2017 debut of The Anam Cam Ranh.

Gran Meliá Nha Trang, Vietnam
Meliá Hotels International’s first Gran Meliá property in Vietnam, Gran Meliá Nha Trang, will open next year with 99 villas, each with a private pool, with Asia’s first outpost of the highly-acclaimed Spanish restaurant, Hispania, and with extensive wellness facilities. The award-winning Hispania restaurant at the property’s culinary heart already has three outposts in cities across Europe. The property will feature three other dining destinations introducing global flavors, along with wellness facilities including a spa with onsen and Turkish baths, fitness center, and swimming pool.

Fusion Resort & Villas Danang, Vietnam
Fusion Hotel Group’s July 2023 beachfront debut, in one of Vietnam’s most popular tourist destinations, will feature 242 rooms and villas, four dining and entertainment options, and the kind of extensive wellness facilities the brand has become famous for. The new property will have 85 private villas, ranging in size from one- to six-bedrooms, that are all akin to a luxury apartment. Each offers open-plan living, a fully equipped kitchen, and a lush tropical garden with a private plunge pool. Options for a meal out (or in) include a beach-front grill, casual all-day dining restaurant, a poolside bar, and Fusion’s breakfast anywhere, anytime concept, that lets guests choose where and when they take their first meal of the day. At the heart of the property is the 26-treatment room Maia Spa & Wellness Centre which will offer one complimentary treatment per person per night as part of the nightly rate.

Sol by Meliá Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam
Sol by Meliá Cam Ranh Bay is readying for a debut on the south-central coast in Q4, 2023. The new complex will boast 816 keys and include four dining outlets, multiple swimming pools with separate adult and family areas, a spacious spa situated on its own island, a kids club, extensive MICE facilities, and a fitness center and sports club with tennis courts. A nautical theme anchors both the interiors and exteriors with rich ocean colors from turquoise blue to golden sand and pops of bold coral. The sculptural decor and lighting in the lobby, dining spaces, and rooftop sky lounge, is inspired by creatures of the sea. The facades of the condotels are reminiscent of dynamic yacht lines, while the main hotel building curls like a Nautilus shell. Tropical landscaping with towering palm trees and lakes connect the spaces. The 12-treatment room spa sits prominently as a wellness oasis at the center of one of the largest ponds with massage bungalows spanning out above the water from the Sol Spa’s center. The property has extensive facilities for children including a kids’ club with sensory spaces, reading area, ball pit and nap room and a miniature water park in the pool with slides.

 

 

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