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The  Nam  Hai

When The Nam Hai first opened in 2006, it captured Vietnam's ascendency as the region's resort haven perfectly. An exotic seafront estate fringed by mature coconut trees and tropical splendour with spacious villas enclosed with sumptuous lawns and decadent accents, this resplendent resort was once upon a time the pride of Asian hospitality. Currently under the management of Four Seasons Resorts, The Nam Hai has entered a new era of travel more or less unchanged. The signature Four Seasons dedication to outstanding service is still very apparent but countenance wise the olden signs are showing. The resort's terra might be lusher and more enchanting than before, but some of the dated aspects like the poster beds, the penchant for cluster crimson lanterns, the open style villas (read - lack of privacy) and their stone-carved wall murals might be in need of urgent updates. 


While at Four Seasons The Nam Hai,
why don't you ...

  • The villas here are more or less identical with the upper categories bedecked with an outdoor pool that is heated in the colder months. Pool villas also come with their own private butlers who are instrumental in facilitating bliss within these private retreats.

  • The Nam Hai cultivates its own eco-produce for its restaurants and guests can opt for an early morning cooking class that starts with detailed introduction to the produce at the garden before cooking demonstration begins at the cooking school. 

  • The Spa at Four Seasons The Nam Hai is a sumptuous wellness retreat with treatments that begin with feet cleaning before the massage is rounded off with an 'Earth Song' performed with synchronised crystal alchemy bowls that purportedly aids healing.

  • There are ample choices for culinary indulgences should nearby Hoi An fail to satisfy on that account. La Sen serves Vietnamese dishes like fresh prawn spring roll and lemongrass chicken fortified by international options like pizzas, pastas and bibimbap. Cafe Nam Hai is only opened for breakfast and dinner and concentrates of seafood and Indian cuisine. The best dining experiences are however staged by the butler in-villa, whether it is a hearty Korean breakfast set or a poolside three tier at tea.

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