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12 of the Best Luxury Family Resorts in Vietnam, All Just as Fun for Adults as Kids

The best Vietnam luxury family resorts offer unrivaled privacy in incredible villas, imaginative journeys for children and gastronomic experiences for all generations.

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai

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By Justin Calderón

Feb 21, 2022

CONTEMPLATING WHISKING THE KIDS OFF on a well-deserved holiday? How do you feel about lengthy white-sand beaches along shallow waters, on-site water parks and next-level play places, with colorful scenery that’ll make your kids pop on Instagram? Allow us to suggest a luxury family trip to one of these dozen resorts in Vietnam.

Vietnamese culture traditionally prizes the family unit, and so it should be no surprise that luxury resorts there are all about helping the whole clan vacation together in comfort and giving young vacationers top priority. 

Kids’ clubs offer local cooking classes, nature-appreciation activities, heritage learning experiences, water sports, and even martial arts, in addition to the collections of books, toys and games parents have come to expect. And while the kids are having the time of their lives, adults can luxuriate in hot baths, unwind with rejuvenating spa treatments, indulge in tasty cocktails and savor decadent cuisine.   

So, if you’re looking for where to stay in Vietnam with family, look no further. 

This list of 12 of the best luxury family resorts in Vietnam offers vacationing families unrivaled privacy on stunning landscapes—oceanfront resorts, tropical jungle settings, garden villas and mountain escapes—as well one-of-a-kind gastronomic and heritage experiences that are certain to make this holiday an unforgettable one.  

1. Six Senses Con Dao

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Six Senses Con Dao
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An archipelago of 16 islands with panoramic views of the South China Sea, Con Dao is a hard-to-compare natural gem in Vietnam. A breeding ground for turtles and home to pristine coral reefs and an incredible variety of marine life, these remote islands are said to have the best scuba diving and snorkeling in all of Vietnam.

Luxury resort Six Senses Con Dao is a fitting destination for an indulgent yet environmentally aware family vacation, where guests can share the beauty of untouched nature with the green turtles that call Con Dao home. Known for its marked commitment to sustainability, the resort focuses on improving its ecological and carbon footprint, both in its accommodation and spa.

Surrounded by lush vegetation, airy, high-ceilinged modern villas stand alone, with private infinity pools facing the ocean to offer spectacular views. Adults and children will find a plethora of enticing water adventures, spa treatments and dining options to choose from in this luxurious Vietnam beach resort for families.

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Six Senses Con Dao
Grow with Six Senses. Courtesy of Six Senses Con Dao

Why your family should consider this resort: Six Senses Con Dao designed an entire program with their younger clientele in mind. Children can pick from sustainability and cooking classes at the children’s club, as well as feed chickens in the organic gardens, learn about turtle conservation, and participate in nature activities. And for the parents, this luxury family resort offers diverse wellness and adventure experiences like diving, yoga, boating and singing bowl healing. Best of all, according to Hannah Loughlin, director of sales and marketing at Six Senses Con Dao, the resort is “completely sealed off to the outside world…guarantees complete privacy and seclusion—knowing your family is cocooned in nature.” 

Family rooms: Six Senses Con Dao offers families three types of oceanfront Vietnam luxury accommodation: the Deluxe Ocean Front Villa is ideal for a small family; the Family Villa, a two-level duplex, fits a larger family; and the three- and four-bedroom Ocean Residences, standalone villas that share an infinity pool and spacious living and dining areas, are suitable for those exciting family reunions—especially precious in the post-pandemic era.

2. InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort

Vietnam luxury family resorts : InterContinental Phu Quoc
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Located off the southwestern edge of Vietnam and right under neighboring Cambodia lies the gorgeous island destination of Phu Quoc, where the terrain transforms from palm tree-lined, white-sand beaches to mountains and dense tropical jungles. More than half of the island is a National Park carpeted with lush evergreen forests, and its surrounding waters are inhabited by thriving coral reefs and diverse marine life.

It is in this slice of paradise that the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort can be discovered. Situated in complete privacy on one of the island’s most sought-after spots, Long Beach, and yet a mere 20 minutes from the charming town of Duong Dong, it is an ideal luxury family hotel destination in Vietnam. 

Adventurous, foodie families will delight in the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort’s six gastronomic offerings, from barbecued fare at Sea Shack and comforting Italian favorites at Ombra to local Vietnamese delicacies at Sora & Umi. Meanwhile, the adults can mix cocktails with breathtaking sunset vistas at INK 360, the highest sky bar on the island.  

Vietnam luxury family resorts : InterContinental Phu Quoc
Splash pool. Courtesy of InterContinental Phu Quoc

Why your family should consider this resort: Children will love Planet Trekkers, the luxury accommodation’s 250-square-meter children’s club, which offers a host of fun, culturally inclined and fully supervised indoor and outdoor activities. When it’s time to cool off, jump into any one of the four swimming pools in the resort—the Splash! pool is a family favorite, with water slides and inflatable toys for the younger ones. And, after a day of family fun, feel rejuvenated with locally inspired wellness treatments at the award-winning HARNN Heritage Spa.

Family rooms: Family Suites at the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort take special care to cater to children—there is a tent in the room filled with games and books for endless fun, and the suites also come equipped with kid-sized bathrobes and slippers. 

3. Anantara Hoi An Resort

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Anantara Hoi An Resort
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Combining history, heritage and the beauty of nature, Anantara Hoi An Resort is a Vietnam resort where your family can cocoon in luxury but also walk easily to one of the most popular historic neighborhoods in Vietnam. 

Families with a special interest in architecture and history will appreciate the mix of styles and eras that are present in Hoi An old town, from colorful French colonial buildings and ornate Vietnamese tube houses, to wooden Chinese temples and the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge—all lit by ubiquitous lanterns.

If you can pull yourself away from the charming UNESCO World Heritage site that is Hoi An, a sojourn to the My Son ruins is a must, and travelers can visit local artisan villages offering handcrafted items, modern art galleries, teahouses, historic shrines, and the nearby tranquil Ang Bang Beach. 

Fronting the Thu Bon River, Anantara Hoi An Resort’s setting is picture-worthy, with its flourishing gardens and splendid sunset vistas. Families can cruise along the river at sundown, treat themselves to bliss-inducing spa treatments, and indulge in riverfront dining, with choices ranging from fresh Vietnamese flavors to modern bistro-type cuisine.

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Anantara Hoi An Resort
Lantern making. Courtesy of Anantara Hoi An Resort

Why your family should consider this resort: At Anantara Hoi An Resort, guests can “dive into local experiences, including Vietnamese cooking classes, traditional Non La hat and lantern painting opportunities, and visiting local villages for a slice of Vietnamese life,” said Kate Jones, area director of public relations. Younger guests will be entertained by learning-focused activities in the Kids’ Club, and families can choose from a selection of local day trips should they want to explore their surroundings.  

Family rooms: The resort offers family-style luxury accommodation, with 13 sets of connecting rooms available for families who want privacy but want to stay close (extra cots, beds and bunk beds are available on request).

4. Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai
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Boasting an idyllic location on Vietnam’s culturally rich central coast, Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai sits on one of the country’s best beaches and offers easy access to three extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage sites.

This luxury family resort combines seaside glamor with local flavors and authentic culture, creating a memorable and holistic family experience. Families can lounge in beachfront villas, go on historic excursions and sharpen their culinary skills at the on-site Cooking Academy.   

When it comes to arranging private events and special family activities, no detail is spared by the attentive staff at the luxury beach accommodation. Whether guests want a sunset barbecue on the beach or desire to be fitted by the neighboring city’s best tailors, Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai delivers on bespoke experiences. 

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai
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Why your family should consider this resort: Families wanting to get away from it all will discover that “seclusion and safety” can be found in “vast private villas,” says Director of Marketing Debbie Chee, adding that wide open spaces and “earth-attuned spa experiences” offer an option for a pure escape from the noise and stress of everyday life. Children can learn time-honored Vietnamese traditions such as lantern-making at the Chuon Chuon (Dragonfly) Kids Club, and for an authentic cultural experience, families can try traditional net-fishing and basket-boating at nearby UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Hoi An Ancient Town, Hue Citadel and My Son Sanctuary. 

Family rooms: Families with younger children will appreciate the Family Villa with its extended children’s room and multiple entertainment options, while bigger and multi-generation families can be accommodated at the multi-bedroom Pool Villas, which come with a heated pool, personal attendant service and complimentary laundry.

5. Azerai Can Tho

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Azerai Can Tho
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Nestled in a private islet on Hau River in the Mekong Delta, the Azerai Can Tho resort is a luxury oasis of serenity your family can find just a three-hour drive from the bustling commercial capital of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City. Surrounded by peaceful, lapping waters and bordered by banyan trees, the resort—which is part of legendary hotelier Adrian Zecha’s Azerai Resorts portfolio—is a haven for peace and solitude

Families who long to take a break from the sundry difficulties of work, school and life will find that Azerai Can Tho is the perfect spot to retreat, replenish and recharge. The yoga pavilion offers Hatha yoga classes, and the spa features uplifting and holistic wellness treatments that are deeply-rooted in age-old Vietnamese healing practices. 

For families who have more in mind than just relaxation, Azerai Can Tho is the ideal jumping-off point for exploratory trips around the historic Mekong Delta—simply take the family on a journey to nearby fruit orchards and cocoa farms, watch the sun go down in spectacular fashion while aboard the resort’s vintage boat, and visit the famous Cai Rang Floating Market for the freshest local produce.

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Azerai Ke Ga Bay
Tennis court. Courtesy of Azerai Can Tho

Why your family should consider this resort: With more than eight hectares of lush grounds, Azerai Can Tho offers more than just luxury family accommodations for travelers. Thanks to its residential-style layout, guests have a chance to experience living in a state of tranquility. And there’s plenty for everyone to do. “On the resort’s islet, children delight in riding bicycles amid the greenery, attending lavish picnics under the resort’s mature banyan trees, playing tennis, swimming in the infinity pool, and lounging in the fully-equipped kids’ club,” said resort general manager Nicolas Pillet. 

Family rooms: Family travelers will love Azerai Can Tho’s spacious luxury pool villas, with configurations from one- to five-bedroom villas to choose from and unexpected, awesome amenities: the five-bedroom Mekong Pool Villa, for example, has its own wood-fired pizza oven.

6. InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort

Vietnam luxury family resorts
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A high-end, seaside retreat surrounded by thriving rainforests, the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is tucked in the Son Tra Peninsula, a breathtaking natural reserve in Vietnam with sparkling beaches and dense jungles harboring rare species like the rhesus macaque monkey. 

At the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, guests are ushered into a special experience and connection with nature, in a private bay with soft sand and clear waters, where serenity, peace and that famous Vietnamese hospitality await. 

But they’re also taken on an aesthetically kaleidoscopic journey. When we tell you this luxury resort was designed by vibrant-color-loving starchitect Bill Bensley, you’ll know that your family will not only find it a treat for the eyes, but also inspired, inventive and loyal to its local roots—features like a funicular shaped like a traditional boat delight kids and awaken adults’ childlike wonder. 

Multi-Michelin-starred chef Pierre Gagnaire oversees the resort’s fine dining restaurant, La Maison 1888. Families will appreciate the high level of attention to detail the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort follows in order to ensure an unforgettable wellness experience for its guests, including a kids’ massage experience in the Lagoon Spa for the age eight to 12 years old.

Vietnam luxury family resorts : InterContinental Nha Trang
Splash time. Courtesy of InterContinental Danang

Why your family should consider this resort: While the adults soak up some sun’s rays on the beach and indulge in rejuvenating wellness treatments at The Lagoon Spa, the kids will be on adventures of their own. Complimentary wildlife workshops by the resort’s resident zoologist introduce participants to the incredible natural wildlife of the region. And whether you’re there for the delicious, local cuisine representing the north, central and south of Vietnam or for the cliff-side tables shaped like oversized conical hats, Citron restaurant is another family draw, one of five dining options in the luxurious resort.    

Family rooms: Families can stay connected with adjoining rooms in the Son Tra or Classic Room categories, ideal for a vacationing family of four, and for a truly luxurious family experience, the multi-room Sun Peninsula Residences and the Bai Bac Bay Villas promise elevated comfort.

7. Regent Phu Quoc

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Regent Phu Quoc
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And now for a luxury resort that’s already been making waves in Vietnam ahead of its April opening, when your family can be among the first ever to stay. Coming soon to the island of Phu Quoc is a sanctuary of serene lagoons and verdant gardens, where tranquility and relaxation can be found. The new Regent Phu Quoc is getting ready to open its doors on the pristine shores of Long Beach, surrounded by a natural reserve of untouched vegetation and wildlife.

At Regent Phu Quoc, service and hospitality are given unrivaled attention by this luxury accommodation’s dedicated staff, whose sole goal it is to deliver an uninterrupted flow of natural calm to all who enter. They endeavor to note individual preferences and offer bespoke service fitting customers’ needs and desires.  

The first resort on Phu Quoc island to offer a catamaran for guests’ use, the Regent presents a menu of on-the-water leisure activities. Brought in from Bordeaux, the beautiful and aptly named vessel Serenity offers to take families on exciting coastline cruises and sail couples away on romantic sunset champagne cruises.   

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Regent Phu Quoc
A pepper farm in Phu Quoc. Courtesy of Regent Phu Quoc

Why your family should consider this resort: Juan Losada, general manager of the Regent Phu Quoc, says that this resort will take luxury to the next level for families in Vietnam. It’s “an idyllic escape for family retreats, [where] guests can engage in a host of fun-filled, educational, and interactive activities with an array of thoughtful amenities and services,” he says. A dedicated pool for kids, imagination zones and ocean expeditions encourage a sense of wonder and curiosity in the resort’s younger guests, and its unique location on a protected site promotes an experience in Vietnamese culture and heritage. 

Family rooms: It’s all about space in this luxury family beach resort, which offers an oceanfront selection ranging from stunning one-bedroom suites to gorgeous seven-room villas with private decks and luxuriant infinity pool.

 8. Azerai Ke Ga Bay

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Azerai Ke Ga Bay
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Wondering where to stay in Vietnam with a family of avid beachgoers? Cast your eyes on Azerai Resorts’ first luxury Vietnam beach resort for families—Azerai Ke Ga Bay, which sits on a sweeping five-kilometer white sand beach overlooking the South China Sea. From every angle, the resort provides dramatic views—of the ocean, of Hon Ba Island and its historic lighthouse to the east, and of the rolling sand dunes in the west.

Located just 180 kilometers east of Ho Chi Minh City, the oceanfront retreat is close enough to be accessible but certainly far enough away to achieve real privacy and escape. Azerai Ke Ga Bay offers guests the chance to sit back and slow down, on spacious pavilions that open to outdoor terraces and meticulously landscaped gardens on the 4.5-hectare plot of land.  

Thanks to the contemporary aesthetic and the seamless indoor-to-outdoor living spaces, guests are treated to a comforting yet elegant stay. To add to the authenticity of the oceanfront setting, a rotating menu of local delicacies crafted from the plentiful offerings of the East Sea is available for seafood-loving families to feast on.

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Azerai Ke Ga Bay
Lunch facing the East Sea. Courtesy of Azerai Ke Ga Bay

Why your family should consider this resort: “Family guests at Azerai Ke Ga Bay first and foremost cherish the gorgeous beach setting and all that it entails: swimming, kayaking, beach volleyball, kite-flying and more,” said Ketut Bagiartha, the resort’s general manager. With four swimming pools on site—an oceanfront pool with sunbeds on terraces, a free-form pool surrounded by lush tropical gardens, and two square pools set within mirrored courts—there’s something to tempt each member of the family. And when the adults want to play, the fun-filled children’s center offers trusted babysitting services.

Family rooms: At Azerai Ke Ga Bay, families will feel like they are living in a luxury private garden, with several types of suites on offer that come with writing desks, luxurious soaking tubs and private pools.

9. Anantara Quy Nhon Villas

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Anantara Quy Nhon
Hillside Pool Villa. Courtesy of Anantara Quy Nhon

Enveloped by mountains on three sides, on the beach of a scenic bay, your family will find peace and beauty at Anantara Quy Nhon Villas, in one of the less-touched luxury destinations in Vietnam. Offering a delicious combination of beachfront relaxation and adventurous activities, the private cove caters to families who crave luxury yet like to keep active. 

With only 26 villas situated on three hectares of lush landscaping, privacy is unparalleled at Anantara Quy Nhon Villas. Specially trained butlers will be at your service, ready to curate private dining experiences for your family, featuring fresh seafood, gourmet street eats, hot pots and island picnics.  

Take the family on exploratory trips to nearby ruins, fishermen’s villages and uninhabited islands just off the coast. And when it’s time to unwind, the Anantara Spa, situated high in the tropical jungle amidst fragrant lemongrass and ginger, invites guests to experience wellness treatments that will heal and re-energize.

Courtesy of Anantara Quy Nhon (2)

Why your family should consider this resort: When kids first arrive at the resort, there will be welcome gifts waiting for them, so they can “kick start their holiday” with fun, says Kate Jones, area director of public relations, adding that “kids can also…take part in activities such as Junior Martial Arts, a form of which is indigenous to Binh Dinh province.” The Playzone area, chock full of fun activities, is strictly dedicated to making sure younger guests have a wonderful time. And for the whole family, there are water sports, Vietnamese cooking classes, and local excursions.

Family rooms: Of the 26 villas on the resort, four pairs are of connecting villas (with private swimming pool, large decking area and oversized bathtub), which are perfect for larger families who want to share some common areas on their luxury family vacation. 

10. InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72

Vietnam luxury family resorts : InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72
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In Vietnam’s bustling capital, the InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72 is the ideal destination for a luxury vacation that family members will not soon forget. Touted as the highest hotel in the capital, the iconic building was erected to commemorate the 1,000th year of Hanoi City, an exotic melting pot of Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences.

Mixing rich local flair with time-honored luxury, the InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72 is one of InterContinental’s best in the region, offering luxury accommodation, personalized services and an intriguing array of culinary options—the buffet at 3 Spoons is popular with groups and families; gourmet pastries, afternoon tea and magnificent views can be enjoyed at The Hive Lounge; blazing fire shows and impressive knife skills delight customers at Stellar Teppanyaki; and premium meats and unrestrained quality are at the core of Stellar Steakhouse.

For those who want to work off all that rich food, the InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72 has a range of fitness facilities available for all ages: there is a 24-hour gym and a dedicated fitness and wellness center where families can swim, play tennis, run on the indoor track, attend yoga classes, play a round of screen golf or table tennis, or relax in the spa.  

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Why should your family consider this resort: The resort’s mixed-used complex has something for every family member. Well-loved Playcation and Family packages offer cooking classes, an in-room tent set-up for children, and a surprise from the resort’s toy menu that parents can select ahead of time. And for families who want to do more, the resort staff is on hand to plan historical city tours or onward trips to Ha Long Bay.

Family rooms: Families can stay in one of 33 suites, each with a separate living room, extra spacious bedroom, walk-in bath, and uninterrupted panoramic views of the Hanoi skyline; two-bedroom suites offer more space for special family get-togethers (the Presidential Suite comes with an eight-seater dining room, pantry, butler service and a private walk-in sauna!).

11. New World Phu Quoc Resort

Vietnam luxury family resorts : New World Phu Quoc
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Sitting on the southwestern tip of Phu Quoc and facing the remote and tranquil waters of Khem Beach, New World Phu Quoc Resort is the ideal resort if your family wants to explore the captivating culture of Vietnam, experience a laid-back island lifestyle, and return to luxury.

Families who love the beach will thrive in this beachfront paradise, where there is an activity for every whim and fancy. Lounge on the pristine beach, drink in beautiful sunset views, or get into the water to participate in rousing water sports.

New World Phu Quoc Resort was designed to reflect the beauty, culture and local fishing traditions of the island, and it features a variety of luxury villas and restaurants that families can choose from. An all-day café, specialty restaurant, pool bar and beachside restaurant are ready to serve guests with delectable regional and international cuisines in a gorgeous tropical setting.

Vietnam luxury family resorts : New World Phu Quoc
Kids club. Courtesy of New World Phu Quoc

Why your family should consider this resort: Families will be thrilled at the New World Phu Quoc Resort’s “myriad of additional recreational options, including an outdoor swimming pool, fully-equipped fitness center, a 16-treatment-room spa and Kids Club for little vacationers,” noted general manager Jai Kishan, adding that it is “a place where families can make fantastic holiday memories full of joy and laughter for years to come.”

Family rooms: The resort has 375 beachfront and garden-edged pool villas in seven configurations (some have three and four bedrooms each), which are stylishly outfitted with wood, bamboo, rattan and special touches of Vietnamese interior design.

12. Maia Resort Quy Nhon

Vietnam luxury family resorts : Maia Resort Quy Nhon
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An idyllic beachside haven, Maia Resort Quy Nhon is a tropical paradise of landscaped gardens and golden sands near one of the loveliest coastal cities in Vietnam. Flanked by lush tropical forests, majestic mountains and pristine beaches, Quy Nhon is a bustling city that thrives harmoniously with nature. It is also a great jumping off point for further exploration of the Binh Dinh province. 

The surrounding landscape is peppered with hidden coves and quaint fishing villages, and the waters provide the freshest seafood. Fashioned for families who love to eat well, the luxury Maia Resort Quy Nhon fuses down-to-earth hospitality and the brand’s signature wellness focus with culinary delights that capture the spirit of the rich cultural heritage of Quy Nhon and Vietnam.

Indeed, with gastronomy as its latest focus, the luxury beach accommodation aims to excite tastebuds with innovative dishes that showcase fresh, seasonal ingredients. Their aptly named Ad Hoc Restaurant has an ever-changing menu and serves creations that are based on local produce sourced by chefs from neighboring areas.  

Banh It Towers
Banh It Tower. Photo by trocphunc/Getty Images/Canva

Why your family should consider this resort: Maia Resort Quy Nhon is more than just a luxury Vietnam family hotel where families can get away to relax and reconnect—it is the perfect spot from which to launch exploratory trips of Quy Nhon’s amazing attractions. Families can visit the Banh It Towers (one of the best-preserved examples of late Cham architecture), Ky Co Beach (renowned as one of Quy Nhon’s best-kept secrets) and Hon Kho Island (a rocky islet featuring sandy cliffs and pristine waters). And when adventures are had and it is time to relax, Vela Spa is ready to serve, with its ecologically focused treatments using local herbs and botanicals. 

Family rooms: One-bedroom Garden Pool Villas offer families seclusion and comfort, with indoor and outdoor lounge areas and lush gardens with private pools; this Vietnam luxury family resort also has multi-bedroom units for larger families to choose from.


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