Azerai Ke Ga Bay
Azerai Ke Ga Bay sits on a stretch of secluded white-sand coastline, on the shores of the East Sea, in Binh Thuan province. The property is comprised of 46 accommodations over two room categories; Deluxe Suites and Pool Suites, the latter of which boast private pools. All are decorated in a casual contemporary style, with whites and neutral tones echoing sand and stone, plus comfortable furnishings emulating the laidback beach setting. Elegant pavilions open out into outdoor terraces and lush gardens. With views out to the ocean, overlooking a 100-year-old French Lighthouse, this exclusive villa-only resort combines post-colonial elegance with luxury, boutique chic. Surrounded by natural beauty, the resort is the perfect base from which to enjoy the ocean, mountains, and swathes of rippling sand dunes, not to mention world-class golf courses. In terms of facilities, there are two restaurants and a spa. Azerai Ke Ga Bay is around four hours by car from Saigon.
Why We Love This Hotel
Location: Just outside Vietnam’s largest fishing port, Phan Thiet, on the southeast coast, the hotel is secluded and peaceful, with excellent transfer services from Ho Chi Minh City airport.
Service: The welcoming and friendly team of staff speak a range of languages and are on hand 24 hours a day to offer first-class service befitting of a five-star resort.
Relaxation: Comprised of just 46 suites and set along a private beach, plus the addition of a calming oasis provided by the comprehensive spa, the Azerai Ke Ga Bay is the perfect place to unwind, looking out to the ocean.
- Mui Ne, Vietnam
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- 24hr Room Service
- Fitness Center
- Golf Onsite Or Nearby
- Outdoor Pool
- Poolside Bar
- Private Beach
- Shuttle Service
- Water Sports
Design revolves around clean lines, a neutral color palette that reflects the natural surroundings, plus comfort for a tranquil and relaxing stay. All 46 suites and villas feature spacious living areas, a writing desk, a large bathroom, and an outdoor terrace with a sun lounger.
The Deluxe Suites stand at 375 square feet and can be configured with a queen bed or two twin beds. Views are out to the gardens and pool, while the spacious bathrooms are appointed with both a shower and a bathtub.
Covering 1,400 square feet, the Pool Suites are configured with a king-size bed. Outside, there is a plunge pool and a private terrace with a sun lounger, sofa, and dining table.
Guests can choose between action and adventure or relaxation, from water sports and personal training sessions, to indulgent treatments at the spa.
The fitness center is fully equipped with cardio machines, free weights, and muscle-toning equipment. Personal training sessions can be arranged on request.
Arranged around a shady courtyard and filled with tranquil music, the hotel’s spa comprises offers a wide range of therapeutic massages, body scrubs and wraps, hair treatments, facials, and hand and foot therapies.
Swimming Pools & Watersports
Guests can enjoy lounging by the resort's main swimming pool, or try wake-boarding, windsurfing, body-boarding, or kayaking.
Guests can sample authentic Vietnamese plates prepared using local produce or opt for 24-hour room service for a more private dining experience.
Details of the resort's dining venues are yet to be announced, but the focus will be on a rotating menu of local dishes, featuring ingredients sourced from the region, including seafood caught fresh in the East Sea.
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