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Review of Amanoi Vietnam

Vietnam’s southeastern shores are home to Amanoi. The resort lies on a wide, mountainous promontory inside the Nui Chua National Park. Some villas come with fabulous sea views. The pavilions meld imperceptibly with the dramatic topography of the landscape. The resort’s eyecatcher is the magnificent central pavili It’s home to the lobby, main restaurant, library and one of the two pools. Let’s start with the grand tour of this mindblowing resort. Amanoi is a 75-minute drive from Cam Ranh Airport, which serves the Nha Trang area away along the road. The final part of the journey travels through the scenic National Park. The massive resort grounds are very spread out. It helps that someone is showing the way or you may get lost. Amanoi is designed by Belgian-born Jean-Michel Gathy. The master architect is the visionary behind some of the world’s most iconic hotels.

The Setai Miami (USA), One&Only Reethi Rah (Maldives), & Marina Bay Sands (Singapore).

Amanoi sprawls 100 acres within a lush and vibrant forest along the shore. The lobby offers gorgeous national park views . Traditional Vietnamese design elements merge with clean, contemporary lines. A second grand staircase departs from the lohhy. It leads to the restaurant on the central pavilion’s top floor. I admit that I am an addict of the Aman brand.

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People of my kind like to call themselves ‘Aman Junkies’. Aman junkies are not always ultra-wealthy people. I prefer to spend my money on 2 nights in an Aman resort over 2 weeks in another hotel. Aman manages 31 intimate hotels around the world. Staying at an Aman resort is like paying for a unique, lifelong memory. Aman manages 31 intimate hotels around the. The vistas are one of Amanoi’s most notable features. Views of the rugged coastline, the turquoise sea, and surrounding mountains are terrific. The restaurant has no walls, bringing the outside in The curves of Amanoi’s central pavilion emerge from the green canopy. I take great pride in filming long, uninterrupted sho You would be surprised how often I have to repeat a take :). Amanoi is my favorite Aman resort.

I filmed this sequence in the early morning as not to disturb other guests and the staff. This is the backside area of the central pavilidrr A staircase leads to a boutique shop and pick-up area for buggy transfe. The shop showcases traditional Vietnamese lacquerware. It also offers handmade jewellery, local pottery and ceramics, as well as resort wear. The library is located beneath the restaurant. It can be accessed via a stair located inside the airconditioned dining lounge. Brochures of other Aman hotels are on display. Be warned: if you open these, you may become an Aman addict (like myself). The resort grounds are among the world’s mom Buggy service is provided to take guests to the beach, spa and rooms. The pavilion can be opened on two sides.

Enormous pocket doors on both sides glide into the walls. The villa draws on the grace of Vietnamese design. It offers a combined bedroom and living area, opening onto a spacious deck. Rooms are cared for continuously throughout the day. The staff magically knows when you’re not there. The room features an ultra-wide king-sized bed It is also equipped with a sofa, writing desk, LCD TV, WiFi, and sound-dockipi. Amanoi provides 5 accommodation categories. They mainly differ in their views (lake, mountains or sea) and the presence: Amanoi provides 5 accommodation categories. Tip: enjoy free VIP benefits when booking via Virtuoso. These perks include a room upgrade, daily breakfast, and one lunch (link below video). The pavilion features an open-plan bathroom.

It can be closed off from the rest of the room with two pocket doors. A large bathtub is located between the two sinks. The bathroom features a closed wc on one side and a rain shower on the other. All pavilions feature private timber decks. Almost half of them are also equipped with private pools. The private pools at Amanoi are heated. They also feature underwater lighting for night swimming. I ale Pavilion Mountain Pavilion Ocean Pavil on Mountain Pool Vi la Ocean Pool Villa Residences Mam Resoit Buildings. Let’s proceed with the tour of the amazing property. The facility is located a 5 min gulf cart ride from the central pavilion.

The beach club is open to Amanoi guests on. It can only be accessed via the resort’s private grounds. Amanoi has another, even more spectacu. The beach club’s restaurant is open for lunch only. It features the same sleek, minimalist design that defines the resort’s overall decor. The restaurant is designed to maximise the views. It looks out over the infinity pool and the shimmering turquoise waters. The beach is wide, private and never crowded. Amanoi has the beach chairs perfectly spaced so that your privacy is never compromised. The waters around Amanoi teem with a myriad of fish. The destination is a paradise for snorkelers and scuba divers. Service at the beach club is top notch.

Home made, lemon flavored iced tea and cold towels are provided each time you arrive Poolside snacks. Hamburger, ceasar’s salad, calamari, and salad nicoise. The so-called cliff pool is close to the central pavilion and enjoys an amazing view. I enjoyed sunny weather during my holiday in May. The best time to visit is between February and June when the weather is dry and sunny. The rainy season is from September to December. During this time, you may encounter frequent and heavy rains. Aman Wellness reconnects your inner and outer worlds. Ancient healing modalities (e.g. Ayurveda) are integrated with signature Aman treatments. It allows a return to peace and emotional happiness. Visiting wellness experts reside at the resort to complement the existing spa program.

The spa enjoys a prime position on the property. The serene place is surrounded bv the National Park’s rollinq and verdant hill. Below the stairs is a lake-side yoga pavilion. Each morning, complimentary yoga sessions are offered. The yoga pavilion enjoys a perfect zen-like setting. Private yoga or tai chi classes can be booked. All treatment rooms can accommodate two guests. Each sanctuary features a dressing room, a steam shower, and a unique double bathtub. One of the spa pavilions features additional amenities. It comes with a steam room, sauna, hot-tub and cold plunge pool. There’s also a fitness center on the spa grounds. The gym is top notch and features state-of-art equipment. Amanoi looks even better at night than during the day Innumerable lights lend Amanoi a fairytale allure. Dinner at the central pavilion’s restaurant. Vietnamese specialities and continental cuisine are offered.

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