The Anam Mui Ne, a new independent resort, recently opened its doors in January on the South Coast of Vietnam, offering a luxurious stay that blends traditional Vietnamese and colonial-era aesthetics.
With 127 stylish rooms and suites, two restaurants, a bar, a spa, conference rooms, a water sports centre, a fitness centre, a yoga room, a kid’s club, a gift shop, and more, The Anam Mui Ne sets a new standard for upscale experiences in Mui Ne.
Architecture Inspired by French Villas and Garden Homes of Central Vietnam
The resort’s design draws inspiration from the grand old French villas of Hanoi and the garden homes of Central Vietnam, with customized encaustic mosaic tiles, Cham decorative vases and statues, teak furniture, and authentic thatched roofs.
Vietnamese artists have been commissioned to create 250 original oil paintings for each room, lobby, restaurant, and hallway.
The resort’s furniture and materials come from sustainable sources, such as stone from Thanh Hoa and Nghe An.
The Anam Mui Ne offers six types of accommodations, including 142 sqm Private Pool Suites and the 122 sqm Presidential Suite.
The Private Pool Suites feature private pools and terraces with sun loungers, while the Presidential Suite has an indoor dining area, lounge, kitchenette, and a separate room for security personnel.
A Diverse Range of Dining Options
The resort’s dining options include The Indochine, a restaurant and grill that serves gourmet delicacies and traditional home-style cooking, Lang Viet Restaurant and Bar, a beachside restaurant and bar, Saigon Bar, an elegant lobby bar, and 24-7 in-room dining.
Spa and Activities
The Anam Spa features five treatment rooms, including three VIP rooms for couples, two steam rooms, saunas, indoor Jacuzzis, and a beauty salon.
The resort leverages its natural surroundings for water sports and activities, such as kitesurfing, jet skiing, sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, bodyboarding, Kymera bodyboarding, and surfing.
The resort’s commitment to sustainability includes a ban on single-use plastics, locally sourced ingredients, solar power, recycled laundry water, biodegradable straws, bags, and bathroom amenities, and eco-friendly key cards made from sustainably managed forests.
With its grand opening having taken place earlier this year, The Anam Mui Ne offers a luxurious stay in Mui Ne, Vietnam, that celebrates the Indochine era’s aesthetics.
The resort’s architecture, furniture, materials, and artwork blend traditional Vietnamese and colonial-era designs. The Anam Mui Ne’s accommodations, dining options, spa, and activities provide a diverse range of experiences for guests.
The resort’s commitment to sustainability makes it an eco-friendly choice for travellers seeking a luxurious stay that’s also environmentally conscious.