Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho
Why We Love This Hotel
Signature Interiors: All 71 villas feature the classic rustic design that Zannier fans will instantly recognize from the brand's other properties in Cambodia, France, and Namibia
Location: The unique and pristine landscapes of Phu Yen are known for their biodiversity and hosting the most beautiful sunrises in Vietnam; yet, the region is not yet developed, and thereby offers guests the experience of rich and authentic cultural heritage.
Wellbeing: The generously-sized Hoa Sen Spa consists of seven treatment rooms (including doubles), hammams, saunas, a tea room, and relaxation areas.
- Quy Nhon, Vietnam
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Kids Club
- Outdoor Pool
- Poolside Bar
- Private Beach
- Tennis Court
- Yoga Classes/instruction On Site
Paddy Fields Villa
Built on a stilts in the traditional Vietnamese style, these wooden villas cover 517 square feet and are appointed with a king bed, a writing desk, and a bathroom with a double vanity, bathtub, and separate shower. Views look out to the resort's rice paddies.
Hill Pool Villa One-Bedroom
The one-bedroom Hill Pool Villas are located atop lush hills with views out to the private bay of Bai San Ho. The space covers 570 square feet and includes an outdoor area with a private plunge pool, pool deck, and private terrace.
Hill Pool Villa Two-Bedroom
Extending to 980 square feet, the two-bedroom Hill Pool Villas are similar in style and views to the one-bedroom, but with the addition of another sleeping space. Both bedrooms appointed with king beds.
Beach Pool Villa One-Bedroom
The one-bedroom Beach Pool Villas are 635 square feet in size and offer direct access to the white sandy shores of Bai San Ho's private bay. Room features include a walk-in wardrobe, an outdoor shower, a plunge pool, and a private terrace.
Beach Pool Villa Two-Bedroom
The two-bedroom Beach Pool Villas expand to 1,000 square feet - ideal for families or friends traveling together. Both bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms with bathtubs, separate showers, and a double vanity, while all features of the one-bedroom Beach Pool Villas also apply.
3-BR & 4-BR Grand Bay Pool Villas
For larger families and groups of friends, Grand Bay Pool Villas are the ideal space. The 3-bedroom villa can accommodate up to 6 adults and 3 infants within 240-sqm of bi-level interior space plus a 170-sqm outdoor area and a 56-sqm plunge pool. Similarly, the 4-bedroom villa offers an additional bedroom and can accommodate up to 8 adults and 4 infants. Both Grand Bay Pool Villas include an open kitchen, dining room, large living room, a bathroom per room, a loggia, several terraces and decks.
Hoa Sen Spa
The 4,600-square-foot Hoa Sen Spa (which translates as "Lotus Flower") is comprised of seven treatment rooms, including three double rooms, plus hammams, saunas, a tea room, and a relaxation area.
Set in the heart of the hotel is the centerpiece infinity pool, offering guests a tranquil space to relax, cool down, and take in panoramic views of Phu Yen.
Kids of all ages are welcome to take advantage of the Kids Club which offers a variety of entertainment and learning activities including table tennis, table football, a pool table, board games, arts and crafts supplies, and more.
The Sport Center features a full-size tennis court and racquetball court, as well as lessons with experts.
Bà Hai is Bai San Ho's traditional Vietnamese restaurant, inviting diners to immerse themselves in authentic local dishes. The venue is raised above the rice paddies, constructed using bamboo, rattan, and wood. Dinners include four fixed menus comprised of 10 communal dishes and a dessert, which reflect the four main cuisines of Vietnam: northern, central, south, and vegetarian.
The "hidden" Hầm Bar is a fusion of Vietnamese and French influences, emulating a gentlemen's club, set against rococo-style decor and Indochine detailing. Creative cocktails and premium spirits are served from 6pm until midnight.
The beachfront Làng Chài is a relaxed stilted hut dining venue with a grill and a lively beach bar, featuring a menu that makes the most of the fresh fish and seafood available along the scenic coastline. There are also grilled meats and pizzas available
Nhà ở translates as "House Full of Life" and offers hilltop all-day dining with panoramic views beside the resort's main pool. There is also a covered terrace, patio dining area, and a pool bar.
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