Rustic Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort&Spa In Vietnam


I love resorts. Paradise lookalike and a clear invitation of relaxation, that’s the spirit coming from Vietnam and the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort&Spa. Following the local Vietnamese traditions, with a clear touch of luxury, the holiday villas promise a sensational vacation, offering impressive facilities. The interior of the villas is completely made of wood, from floorings, furniture and ceiling and decoration, keeping everything as close to nature as it can be.

Wood color is contrasted by the white found in beds, chairs or benches. In the bedroom, beds have baldachins, protecting from insects, so they’re not just being there from aesthetic reasons. The design is minimalist, but it’s the simplicity conferring such a special look.

Outside, the rocky relief surrounds the resort and from the wood decks, the beautiful views over the East Vietnam Sea can be enjoyed. With an easy access to water, in the 58 private pool villas located next to the beachfront, guests have a large pallet of relaxation and recreational activities. All these, in a superb décor, built with natural, rustic elements.

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