Princess d’An Nam Resort & Spa
What We Love
- Daily breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
- Ke Ga Bay has 300 days of sunshine a year
- The sea-facing 19,375–square-foot spa
- Four immense pools and 21 private plunge pools
- 24-hour in-villa service
What To Know
- It’s a 3.5-hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City
- Unless you’re in one of the Empress Villas, your room will not overlook the sea
- It’s a bit of a hike from the villas to the dining room, spa and beach
- The nearest town is 56 miles away (Phan Thiet City)
- There is a compulsory Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve Gala Dinner charge of $110 and $195, respectively (plus taxes and fees) ($55, $97.50 for children aged six to 11, plus taxes and fees)
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Surrounded by 45 acres of lush garden on a secluded mile-long beach in southern Vietnam, the palatial Princess d’An Nam Resort & Spa is an all-villa retreat 100 miles — and a world — away from the hustle of Ho Chi Minh City. The resort is enclosed by walls in the shape of a square puzzle, a local symbol of double happiness, and comprises just 48 private villas and a grand total of four pools and 10 private plunge pools. A vast spa faces the sea, and the staff is ever ready to race to your side with an icy drink, a chilled towel or a bowl of fresh fruit as you cut through shaded walkways to the beach and back again.
Bed and Bath
The 48 spacious villas are sun-drenched sanctuaries with creamy-hued furniture, four-poster beds and oversize bathrooms. Amenities include flip-flops, aftersun lotion and mosquito repellent. (You need it at night, because the winding pathways are shaded by fragrant greenery, including an aromatic ginger garden created by the designer of the Singapore Botanical Gardens.)
The spa is superlative — all 19,375 square feet of it. Treatments begin with staff scrubbing your feet with a pumice stone, massaging your shins and calves, and then leading you up the marble stairs to an exquisite all-white room facing the sea. Meals at the Princess can be taken in your villa, the air-conditioned dining room or on the terrace, which has views of the infinity pool, ocean and white sand beach. The gourmet food uses the freshest ingredients and is paired with select wines from around the world (for kids there’s pasta and pizza).
How to Get There
We have been for a weekend with our family our welcome drink and cold towel were very well appreciated, check was done properly quick and friendly. We delighted the spacious and full equipped room. The private swimming is fantastic and clean.
The restaurant have direct sea view panoramic. Excellent service from F&B Team. The afternoon tea time was delicious thanks and excellent idea.
We can highly recommend your hotel!
Congratulations to all and special thanks for the General manager Mr. Vukasin who Welcome us on arrival and ever next to us during our stay for any inquiries and for our departure time Mr. Vukasin was there to farewell us till our car.
Wishes you and your Team all the best and successful for the season 2019/20!
We must say thank you for the great stay to all PDA team: Mr. Boko, Ms. Be, Ms. Ha, Mr. Gon, Ms. Nga and the rest of the crew. The place is gorgeous. Full of swimming pools, good gym and other amenities as kayak or catamaran. Very quiet and at the same time good for children. The sea has some plastics like elsewhere in Vietnam but it is much better than Ho Tram. The view of the Chicken Cape and its light tower is also great.
a 4 hour hair raising drive from the airport expecting a holiday resort with a fantastic beach, however its like an old age home the beach is extremley poor the area is terrible and dirty the rooms are set around a swimming pool and give you no privicy so not a place i would ever recoment