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What We Love

  • A breezy, Santorini-inspired beach retreat with a focus on wellness – includes spa perks and moreThe complimentary, daily 90-minute Spa Journey inclusive with the stay
  • Luxuriating at the breezy pool area while admiring the gorgeous Santorini-inspired decor of the resort
  • The panoramic views of the sea from the hillside resort

What To Know

  • Located about 2.5 hours southeast of Ho Chi Minh City
  • The closest airport is Tan Son Nhat International
  • Free WiFi
function hall restaurant Resort convention center

Overview

A dreamy, Santorini-inspired spa and wellness retreat, with breakfast, daily spa treatments and a dinner

The Lowdown

This enchanting beach resort on a quiet hilltop, surrounded by lush greenery with panoramic views of the sea, will revive your spirit. The compound itself gleams with a Santorini-inspired blue and white palette, the soothing theme bringing a sense of romance. It is an idyllic beach resort, promising lazy afternoons and breezy evenings with stunning views.
It’s no surprise that the resort has stellar reviews on TripAdvisor and a Certificate of Excellence in the bag. With a focus on spa and wellness, it’s hard to imagine leaving the resort without a smile on your face. It also helps that guests are given the option of a complimentary 90-minute spa journey for every day of their stay. It begins with a relaxing session of Tai Chi (a low impact, slow exercise that encourages calm and peace), followed by an aromatic sauna session and a 50-minute massage of your choice. If that is too overwhelming, you could simply enjoy the carefree nature of the resort and explore the beauty of its natural surroundings.
The resort also offers a range of day tours that range from street food tours, bicycle tours or a trip to the Binh Chau Hot Springs. Definitely worth checking out during your trip, they’ll immerse you in the country’s vibrant culture.

How to Get There

Alma Oasis Long Hai
44 Tinh Lo 44A, Long Hai, Long Dien
Long Hai, Vietnam

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 204 Reviews
Our upgrade was amazing
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

6 of us arrived at the resort for a 2 night stay to relax after a hectic tour of Cambodia and Vietnam. When we arrived the swimming pool was closed for renovation and when we went down to the beach it was dirty. We were so disappointed. However the staff on reception were doing their best and 1 young lady (I think Gabriel??) spoke good english. They arranged for us to use a pool at one of the villas for the afternoon and then to cut a long story short they upgraded us to the 3 bed villa with its own pool and it was a wonderful end to our tour. We ate in the restaurant both lunch times and evening and the food was fine and not too expensive. It was a bit too far and too much effort to go out of the resort at the end of a very busy tour!!

Fantastic Hospitality
Reviewed 1 month ago

We are just finishing our third day of a three day stay and couldn’t be happier. The service in every regard is great. We booked over the web and there were no surprises at all. The manager Gabriela is everywhere and constantly attentive to every little matter. She even arranged for complimentary shuttle and use of a neighbouring resort for the pool while they did some maintenance on ours plus financial compensation. She and her team are fantastic. We would highly recommend this place. And of course the highly professional daily massage treatment is incredible! Definitely five stars!!! Dave

a very nice resort inspired by Oia village (santorini)
Reviewed 1 month ago

our family has been stayed in Oasis Pool villa (3-bed room) and Sanctuary Pool villa (2-bed room) at Anoasis Resort Longhai. it's juts a stone's throw away from saigon. our short but thoroughly indulging trip has been rewarded with a great time of the beach, the stunning view, the swimming pools (both the big one & our private ones) & all landscaping & recreational offers here.

we had BBQ buffet dinner and breakfast. and, I might say that F&B is definitely the big room for this resort's improvement: foods/drinks should be well-served and foods in terms of quality & quantity should be well-secured. none of excuse should be made in front of guests 'cos it's all about hospitality spirit.

we will consider re-visiting Anoasis resort for our longer stay.

p/s: thanks em Ngọc Ngô & Anoasis Resort Longhai team for your great dealing with our demands and concerns so that we could wrap up our trip at the high note.

Great Place for a break
Reviewed 2 months ago

This place on the outside is amazing, a little Greek in Vietnam but look a little deeper and sadly it won't reach the 5 stars I crave. The rooms are amazing set on the hilltop over looking the sea, that you really should not swim in. Currents are crossing, but people do.The pool is fantastic but dive deep, all of the 1.5m the tiles are missing. They do however give you a free massage for everynight you stay on booking.com. Cannot fault that service, it was amazing and we both feel like new woman. The food is standard, not Vietnamese at all and sadly DO NOT ORDER a pizza unless you like frozen ones! I will just give praise to 2 people, the manager and the pool guy, both had excellent customer service skills, that cannot be said throughout the resort.

Great laid back end to a South East Asia Tour
Reviewed 3 months ago

Resort under new management. Lovely beach and pool area. Helpful and friendly staff and great accommodation. We book the resort independently on line and made our way from HCM City via fast ferry from central HCMC which took almost two hours then a taxi again taking 45 minutes. Best way to get to the resort is to ask the staff at the resort to arrange a pick up from the airport or some location or hotel were you are staying in HCM City. Taxi fare in the 160,000 dong range US$7.00