The Nam Hai Hoi An

Located on a unspoilt stretch of white sands, The Nam Hai sets a new standard of luxury in Vietnam and complements spectacular beachfront living with the true spirit of Indochina.

Providing guests an inviting experience, The Nam Hai’s architecture and interior design presents a dramatic play on wind and water inspired by ancient feng shui philosophies and the grandeur of the royal tombs of Hue.

The Nam Hai Hoi An is regularly ranked among the best Asian Spa Resorts by prominent leisure Tour Operators and Magazines. See the list of awards here.

The resort is located 30 kilometers south of Da Nang and 11 north of Hoi An. Airport Limousine Service is available

60 villas and 40 pool villas. Each features large bedrooms and living spaces, luxurious equipment and amenities, occupies its own section of landscaped gardens and boasts views of the East Sea and nearby Cham Islands.


  • The Restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating and offers international cuisine at its best. The Beach Restaurant offers light options for lunch and BBQ, seafood and traditional local cuisine in the evening, accompanied by renditions of traditional music by local artists. The Bar offers a wide selection of cocktails, wine and spirits, snacks and refreshments
  • Over a mile of natural white sand beach complementing the three-tiered infinity swimming pools in the central area
  • The Spa features eight tranquil Spa Villas surrounded by a lotus pond, featuring two spacious pavilions encompassing single or double massage beds, a relaxation area, steam showers and private changing room
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi and high-speed internet access
  • Meeting space to host conferences or board meetings, accommodating up to 40 persons, and an open lounge accommodating up to 65 persons
  • Kids Activity Villa offers a wide range of activities for children aged 4 to 12 years old
  • Boutique, Fitness Centre, Tennis courts, Library, Concierge Services, and a broad range of high-end facilities and amenities.

Alma Courtyard Hoi An Resort

Positioned in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage town of Hoi An, Alma Courtyard Hoi An Resort is all about self-discovery. It faithfully expresses the rich history of the region through design & architecture.

Offering 144 rooms with five packages to suit your holiday needs, Alma Courtyard Hoi An Resort is built to provide a complete experience for mind, body and soul. Alma guests can enjoy a complimentary ‘my chi’ wellness journey including a steam sauna, choice of massage, and Tai Chi movement and meditation practice.

Located in the heart of a Unesco’s World Heritage Site, Hoi An.

Address: 326 Ly Thuong Kiet, Tan An ward, Hoi An town, Vietnam

There are 144 rooms, divided into 5 different room types to suit different needs and preferences, from romantic getaways to family vacations.


  • Terraced pools
  • A large spa and gym area
  • A spa library & juice bar
  • A restaurant with interactive demo kitchens
  • A casual cafe
  • Al fresco terrace

Tel: +84 510 3666 888
Fax: +84 510 3666 110

Hue World Heritage Site

Located on Huong river, Hue was once the capital of Vietnam (during the Nguyen Dynasty, from 1802-1945), and is still an important and prominent piece of Vietnam’s cultural puzzle.

If you are a history buff or someone that enjoys exploring cultures, Hue should definitely be on the top of your travel plan. The city is filled with many ancient tombs, pagodas, and monuments that attract visitors from all over the world.

Beside ancient monuments, Hue is home to two of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam: Thuan An Beach and Lang Co Beach, perfect places to take a rest after a long day.

Boat trips are available offer the opportunity to explore the famous Huong river which features Thien Mu pagoda, one of Hue’s well known landmarks and a perfect combination between picturesque gardens and imposing architecture. While on boat tours, visitors may have the chance to sample some of Hue’s delicious specialties such as Banh Beo and Bun Bo Hue, while watching royal art performances.

In fact, the majority of Vietnamese dishes emanate from Hue, which attracted some of Indochina’s finest chefs during feudal times. For its tombs, pagodas and iconic Citadel, the soulful city with a river running through it earned recognition from UNESCO’s World Heritage committee in 1993.

Hai Van Pass

To experience the stretch of highway between Hue and Da Nang is to experience one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives.The most spectacular section, Hai Van Pass, spans 21 kilometers and comprises a series of hairpin turns, steep inclines and breathtaking vistas. Reaching an elevation of 496 meters, Hai Van Pass (meaning ‘Ocean Cloud Pass’) is often shrouded in mist that rises from the sea. An ingress of historical strategic importance, it also serves as a climate boundary between northern and southern Vietnam and shelters Danang from the ‘Chinese winds’ that blow in from the northwest.