The Hanoitimes - Home to more than half the world`s population, the Asia-Pacific region is responsible for 37% of global international tourism spending and nearly a quarter of global arrivals, that also means that there`s a seemingly insatiable appetite for new places to stay.
Anantara Quy Nhon Villas in Vietnam has been ranked third among 16 of the most striking recent additions to Asia’s hotel landscape to enjoy in 2019, according to a list released by CNN, a US television channel.
According to CNN, Quy Nhon may not be a familiar name to many travelers, but this coastal city in southern Vietnam is made up of largely untouched beaches and 800-year-old temples.
Vietnamese resort among Asia’s most exciting new hotels.
Anantara Quy Nhon Villas features just 26 one and two-bedroom villas that face the ocean, all set in seven hectares of lush tropical gardens. Private lap pools, in-room butler services and a personal wine cellar filled with vintages and gourmet treats would make your stay a memorable one.
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore tops the list, Six Senses Krabey Island in Cambodia, Anantara Quy Nhon Villas in Vietnam, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland, Shinta Mani Wild, Cambodia, Six Senses Duxton in Singapore, etc.
Earlier, Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai in Quang Nam province has been ranked 89th among the top 100 Hotels in the World 2018, released by Travel and Leisure, a US travel magazine based in New York City.
Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai in Quang Nam province is 15-minute drive from Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Guests to the resort can visit the former fishing village’s onsite temple, create authentic Vietnamese dishes in The Nam Hai Cooking Academy, and experience the powerful healing of Zen Master inspired treatments and crystal singing bowls at The Heart of the Earth Spa.
The resort is also a gateway to three extraordinary UNESCO sites: the enchanting lantern-lit enclave of Hoi An, the temple-strewn sanctuary of My Son, and the towering pagodas and vast tomb complexes of The Imperial City of Hue.