Set on Ninh Van Bay and overlooking the South China Sea, the Six Senses Hideaway, an Ana Mandara property, is one of Vietnam's most beautiful resorts. With its white sand beach and towering mountains behind, the Six Senses offers visitors amazing scenery in the lap of luxury. Accessible only by water, the 59 pool villas are situated on the beach front, on the hillside and over rock formations in which private swimming pools have been crafted. Several hilltop villas located near the Six Senses Spa have personal Spa Suites. Dining options abound; you may dine in the property's three restaurants or privately in your villa, on the beach, or anywhere on the grounds and even on secluded islands nearby. Seafood is locally caught and all produce is organic and grown in Dalat, a 3-hour drive away. On-site amenities include the Six Senses Spa, a fitness center, tennis, volleyball and badminton courts and a library with Internet access. The Six Senses is ideal for water sport enthusiasts as there is a PADI dive center on the grounds that operates from February to October (from November to January, diving can be done through outfitters not directly affiliated with the Six Senses), and windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, snorkeling and fishing are also possible. From Nha Trang's airport, it takes 60-minutes by car to the Six Senses Hideaway Lounge in Nha Trang City. It is then a short 20-minute boat ride to Six Senses Hideaway Ninh Van Bay.
Location: Set off the pristine coastline of Nha Trang, this Six Senses property offers an idyllic tropical island experience.
History: Nearby Kauthara is home to Po Nagar and Long Son Pagoda - two of Nha Trang's main historic sites.
Service: A personal butler is on call 24 hours a day to cater to all guest needs.
All villas at the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay are dotted along the island's hilly coastline. Constructed from timber and sustainable local materials, they have a chic rustic aesthetic while still delivering five-star luxury and comfort to guests. Each villa has a private pool and timber sundeck, wooden tub, hill and water views, and a mini wine cellar.
These villas are 1,700-square-feet and feature an elevated bedroom, walk-in wardrobe and tub deep wooden tub with views. These villas are situated above the resort and offer stunning views of the bay. They're accessible by private walkway. Villas include tea and coffee-making facilities, safe, hairdryer, IDD telephone, minibar, TV with satellite channels, WiFi, DVD player and an iPod on request.
These 1,797-square-foot villas feature an open plan design with spacious open-air bathroom with deep wooden tub. Positioned on the beachfront, they have separate living and sleeping areas, a private garden and direct beach access. Beachfront villas also have a pool with sun lounges, plus all in-room amenities: tea and coffee-making facilities, safe, hairdryer, IDD telephone, minibar, TV with satellite channels, WiFi, DVD player and an iPod on request.
Measuring 2,012-square-feet, these villas are situated on the rocks along the waterfront. Open air design allows fresh air and sunlight into living spaces and offers unbeatable water views. These secluded pool villas are accessible by hillside staircase and provide ultimate peace and privacy. They are equipped with tea and coffee-making facilities, safe, hairdryer, IDD telephone, minibar, TV with satellite channels, WiFi, DVD player and an iPod on request.
Located at the water's edge, these 1,657-square-foot villas offer direct access to the water and its coral reef. They have a pool on the waterfront, an open-air bathroom and split-level living with sunset views. Villas are equipped with tea and coffee-making facilities, safe, hairdryer, IDD telephone, minibar, TV with satellite channels, WiFi, DVD player and an iPod on request.
With direct access to the beach and accommodating up to six guests, this family-style villa covers 2,230 square feet and includes two bedrooms, separate living areas, two bathrooms, two cushioned teak day beds, a mini wine cellar, a private pool, an outdoor shower and a handcrafted wooden bathtub. Room amenities include IDD telephone, minibar and satellite TV, unlimited WiFi, a DVD player (a range of movies is available on request) and iPods are also available on request.
Accessible via private paths and stairs, this secluded hillside retreat covers 2,870 square feet and offers views of both the Nha Trang mountains and the East Vietnam Sea. Accommodating up to six guests, this open-plan villa includes two ensuite bedrooms with walk-in closet areas, a handcrafted wooden bathtub, a private garden and plunge pool, four sun decks, a day bed in the living room and a mini wine cellar. Room amenities include IDD telephone, minibar and satellite TV, unlimited WiFi, a DVD player (a range of movies is available on request) and iPods are also available on request.
A lifestyle villa tucked away in its own private bay, The Rock Retreat expands over 2,920 square feet, accommodating up to five guests, and boasts direct ocean access. A scenic 20-minute coastal boardwalk stroll from the main restaurant and bar (or a quick boat transfer across), this private and secluded accommodation is comprised of an ensuite master bedroom, steam shower and handcrafted wooden bathtub, second ensuite bedroom, living pavilion and dining sala, a spa treatment room, private plunge pool and mini wine cellar. Room amenities include IDD telephone, minibar and satellite TV, unlimited WiFi, a DVD player (a range of movies is available on request) and iPods are also available on request.
Facing west to the setting sun, the superlative 9,687-square-foot Water Retreat is a three-bedroom villa that accommodates up to nine guests - perfect for families or small groups traveling together. Accessible via a walkway or speedboat, the accommodation blends seamlessly into the bay, overlooking the area's coral formations, boasting direct ocean access. The house is comprised of a two-storey living space, a dining room, an ensuite master bedroom and an ensuite second bedroom (the upper floor of the living pavilion can be converted to a third bedroom), handmade wooden bathtubs, an outdoor cinema space, in-villa wine cellar and and impressive 1,184-square-foot private infinity pool with a water slide. Room amenities include IDD telephone, minibar and satellite TV, unlimited WiFi and a DVD player (a range of movies is available on request).
Ideal for small groups traveling together, the Hilltop Reserve is a three-bedroom ocean-view retreat accommodating up to nine guests, with rooms that extend over a generous 7,830 square feet. Enjoy gorgeous views of Ninh Van Bay, west to Nha Trang city, as well as the surrounding mountainscape. Accessible via cobblestone path, off-road buggy, or mountain bike, the villa is comprised of an 820-square-foot infinity swimming pool (heated during the short winter), living spaces, a dining room, lounge and bar, wine cellar with up to 50 labels, ensuite bathrooms, handcrafted wooden bathtubs, large sun deck with loungers, a poolside movie screen with a projector and sound system, plus 32,000 square feet of grounds. Room amenities include IDD telephone, minibar and satellite TV, unlimited WiFi, Bose entertainment system, 56-inch HD Samsung flat panel TV screen with a digital library of 200 movies and a solar-heated water system.
Young guests can keep entertained with a wide range of activities, including mini-snorkeling, cookie baking, mocktail making, origami, planting trees, painting, movies and more. Children under 11 with paying adults dine free and babysitting services are available.
Vietnamese and fusion dishes are explained by the resort's master chefs. Participants prepare selected meals using fresh organic produce and enjoy their creation with a glass of wine.
Corporate guests have a selection of indoor and outdoor event and meeting spaces available to them. Meeting rooms have WiFi, sound and lighting facilities, video and audio equipment, and DVD and CD player with LCD projector.
Set in a serene location in the hillside, the Six Senses Spa offers a wide range of Vietnamese therapies and signature treatments to relax and rejuvenate guests. Detoxifying programs and available and oxygen treatments are offered, as well as classic therapies such as massage (including Vietnamese massage), scrubs, wraps and facials.
The Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is surrounded by crystal clear waters, with coral to explore via snorkelling or diving, and bays to discover by kayak or Hobie cat. Waterskiing, wakeboarding, and fishing trips are also offered, as are boat charters for island hopping.
Open air pavilions provide a tranquil setting for Pranayama yoga, tai chi and meditation. Morning sessions are offered, suitable for all levels.
The main restaurant offers open-air all-day dining, with regional and Western breakfast options available and an international menu for dinner. Guests can enjoy meals with breathtaking views of the bay.
Spread over two levels, the bottom level of this restaurant looks over the main pool, while the top provides 360-degree views. Offering a Vietnamese and Western menu for lunch and themed buffet for dinner.
This is the Six Senses signature restaurant, offering fresh modern cuisine from executive chef Jeffrey Heng. Enjoying an elevated position amid tropical forest, this restaurant offers wide views of Ninh Van Bay.
A rock cavern provides a uniquely romantic and cozy setting for private dining.
Guests can enjoy sundowners or after-dinner cocktails on daybeds at this open-air bar. Mocktails, champagne and chilled signature drinks are offered and the bar stays open until the last guest leaves.
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