Amanoi is a meditative retreat on the coast of Nui Chua National Park, one of Vietnam's most abundant natural conservation sites. Hugged by rolling, evergreen-covered hills, the resort looks over the East Sea and pristine Vinh Hy Bay. Derived from the Sanskrit word for 'peace', aman, and the Vietnamese word for place, no'i, Amanoi is a tranquil beachside retreat in Vinh Hy Bay.
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The airy, serene ambience of Amanoi’s Pavilions, Villas and Residences offers a tranquil counterpoint to their dramatic setting. A contemporary take on traditional Vietnamese architecture, they blend seamlessly with the natural surrounds. From their curving roofs peeping above the treeline to their latticed windows and discreet natural materials, Amanoi’s Pavilions and Villas are at one with their magnificent surroundings - whether ocean or mountain view, all villas come with private decks and infinity pools.
Amanoi’s two Wellness Pool Villas are the first of their kind in Asia. Embark on an even more immersive stay at the Forest Wellness Pool Villa or the Lake Wellness Pool Villa.
The five-star resort's restaurant is open to guests and non-residents. Vietnamese food is considered one of the healthiest and tastiest cuisines in the world, admired for its fresh ingredients and selective use of herbs and spices. Fresh fish features prominently on Amanoi’s menus, delivered daily directly from local fishing boats, while herbs and vegetables are handpicked from the resort’s organic garden.
Begin your day at the Beach Club with Amanoi’s Sparkling Breakfast, then as the stars come out, unmarred by city lights, relax over cocktails in your own open-air cinema at the Clifftop Pool.
Inside, soaring columns and sloping rooflines frame sea views that are revealed in their full glory from the terrace. High above the sea, the coast stretches in both directions, with not another building in sight.
Fragrant Vietnamese house specialities include braised abalone with shiitake mushrooms, whole live crab fried with tamarind sauce, fresh spring rolls with shrimp and pork, and grilled beef in bamboo. All seasoned with herbs from our very own organic garden.
Open throughout the day, the Beach Club is ideal for long lazy lunches and sunset cocktails with panoramic beach and sea views. Larger groups can be accommodated for dinner, or we can arrange a romantic dinner by the beach.
- Qi Gong
- Beach Boot Camp
- Kick Boxing
- Tai Chi
- Hobbie Cats and Windsurfing
- Sea Turtle Expeditions
- Cooking Classes
- Prices vary depending on season and availability—please inquire with your dates for an accurate quote
- Please note prices have been converted to USD from their local currency and may alter with exchange rates. Taxes are not included
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Amanoi, Vinh Hy Village, Vinh Hai Commune, Ninh Hai District Ninh Thuan Province, Vietnam
Famed for its cuisine, art and rich history, Vietnam is increasingly gaining recognition for its natural beauty and biodiversity. Nui Chua National Park protects an area of more than 29,000 hectares of pristine coastal and marine habitats in Ninh Thuan Province, northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. It is on the dramatic coastline of this National Park that Amanoi is situated. A short buggy ride down to the shoreline reveals Amanoi's swathe of golden sand – a private beach looking out to the quiet and sheltered waters of Vinh Hy Bay. While the pretty fishing village lies just around the headland, Amanoi's beach enjoys an uninterrupted horizon of blue sea and sky.
The closest airport to Amanoi is Cam Ranh (CXR), a scenic 60- to 70-minute drive from the resort. Direct domestic flights are available from Ho Chi Minh City (1 hour), Hanoi (1 hour 45 minutes) and Da Nang (1 hour 25 minutes), while direct international flights are available from Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Seoul, Moscow and Kuala Lumpur.