Ocean views await at this enchating resort that is nestled on rain-forest slopes and is accessed by a funicular train that descends to a private bay on the Son Tra Peninsula. It took famed architect Bill Bensley six years to design this masterpiece. It's where Vietnamese architecture meets modern design. The colors and patterns are intense, with black and white fabrics splashed with a fiery red that begins in the marble lobby and continues throughout the 197 guest rooms.
Suites have indoor-outdoor living rooms, private swimming pools, and wet bars. There are three restaurants, a library, French cooking school, Kids' Club, and Teen Center.
Hotel Award Winner | 2012
Bai Bac, Sontra Peninsula, Danang, Vietnam