Anantara Mui Ne Resort
What We Love
- Daily breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
- Gorgeous views of Mui Ne’s famously long, golden beaches
- Villas have private swimming pools
- Four restaurants and lounges to choose from, including a swim-up bar
What To Know
- A 15.5 percent government tax and service charge will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- The airport is 123 miles away, and transfers are about $162, each way
- There’s a train station in Phan Thiet, seven miles away; you can get to/from Ho Chi Minh City by train
- A compulsory gala dinner fee will be charged for stays on December 31 2015 ($260 per adult and $130 per child six to 11)
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Right on the beach, this luxe spa resort, more than 120 miles from Ho Chi Minh City, gives guests access to Mui Ne’s star attraction: its palm-fringed sugar sands lapped by the South China Sea. It’s hard to believe this pristine coastal stretch went largely unnoticed until 1995, when scientists announced that this would be the only spot in the country to see a full solar eclipse. The resort spills out from a central lagoon and a sleek slate-gray pool flanked by loungers and a swim-up bar. It’s all about laid-back lounging here, whether that means indulging in a massage at the intimate spa or soaking up the sunset views from one of the four on-site restaurants.
Bed and Bath
The 89 guestrooms are minimalist and modern, with bright splashes of blue and orange. Deluxe Rooms have balconies; Villas offer more space, plus private pools (great for couples and honeymooners). All come with slate-tiled bathrooms and large stone soaking tubs, as well as outdoor space to soak up south Vietnam’s rays.
There’s more to do than just relax, although that’s often the main agenda item of the day. The resort’s top-notch staff can arrange a wild afternoon of kitesurfing, or hiking on Ta Ku Mountain. Or head down to the fishing village and see the vendors’ fresh catch (some of which you might taste later at L’Anmien, the resort’s signature Vietnamese restaurant, headed by Alain Ducasse–trained chef Alain Nguyen). But back to relaxing: At the Anantara Spa, choose the 60-minute synchronized massage, where two therapists at the same time work out all your kinks.
How to Get There
We stayed here last weekend and have just arrived home !
What a fabulous resort very relaxing staff are very friendly happy to please you ,they go the extra mile to ensure your stay is memorable
.our corner room was very large very clean nice touches to room when u arrive a complimentary fruit bowl
You are offered clean towels every evening with a sweet dreams story & cake with u bed turned down
but no view from the room and in general resort was very dark especially as it is dark by 6pm in Vietnam.
However we fully recommend a stay you won't be disappointed if you want a relaxing break
The breakfast is excellent offer a wide choice .
It is 4hrs drive from Saigon and the airport
Meals & drink tend to be expensive in the resort but you can just go down the street for cheaper prices &good food .
Curently staying at the Anantara, the Hotel and grounds are really clean and tidy. The grounds are well kept and lovely to walk through.
The staff are all very friendly and so helpful.
The main pool is large and very nice, looking out over the beach and sea.
we are staying at a pool villa which is perfect. The villa pool is a good size and we could easily stay there all day.
The beach near the hotel is clean and tidy. As you walk down to the sea the beach becomes littered with rubbish . we walked along the beach near the sea and on our return noticed the bottoms of our feet were covered in Tar/oil which took some getting off. lots of Jelly fish washed up on beach, which has put us off going in the sea. Would be good to see the beach cleaned daily.
The hotel is on the main road which is a bit chaotic at times with traffic. They sure like to sound thier horns over here lol
We found the local restraunts to be good. Prices vary but even the more expensive ones are not expensive compared to the uk. Meals for 2 with drinks ranged from £8 to £35.
We have not eaten an evening meal at the restaurant yet, but we have a lovely breakfast there every day.
local shop directly across the road for alcohol and soft drinks etc. great prices.
Long Transfer from SGN airport. About 4 to 5 hours .
Not a lot to see in the area. Can see most things in 2 days.
Aircon difficult to adjust. Baby bed had no blanket. Breakfast was very good. Pool at the pool villa got dirty fast - had to tell Hotel to clean it day by day. Next Hotel was very loud. Not recommended for jung Family with baby.
It's one of my fav resort in Mui Ne. The room is big and so well bathroom! you will love it! staffs were so nice and helpful. Breakfast was good. The hotel location is also so convenient, closed to lot of local restaurant around. We got the bicycles and cycling around! I will definitely come back! Thank you Anantara!
This hotel is the best hotel me and my girlfriend have ever stayed in. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left we were given exceptional service from every single member of staff. I could not fault one thing in how we was treated.
The staff here were so friendly, they knew every guest by their first names and would always come and chat to you. They all speak very good English. The pool staff learned what drinks you wanted and at what time of day and would automatically bring it over to you. One day my girlfriend was slightly ill and the staff brought ginger tea and soup to the villa for her which was very kind!
We stayed here for 2 weeks in the private pool villa and it was breathtaking; own infinity pool, outside bathroom with rainfall shower and bath, outside dining area etc. We encountered a couple issues along the way but as soon as management found out (even before we did) we was spoken to, the issue was rectified and was offered free lunches and spa treatments.
The food and drink was second to none (cocktails here are amazing, especially 2 for 1 in happy hour!). We ate lunch here most days but ventured out for dinner. They can make you food and deliver at anytime of the day and cater for pretty much everything. Breakfast buffets at resorts are usually pretty mundane but this one had such a wide variety!
The spa was another beautiful place, so peaceful and tranquil. The service was above and beyond as per usual and we left feeling very relaxed and refreshed. Even offered refreshments once finished!
Like I said, this hotel is the best I’ve stayed in. So good in fact we’ve booked the Anantara in Seminyak for when we got to Bali this October! Don’t think about it, book this place, you won’t be disappointed.