Guidebook The critics choose some of Nha Trang’s best hotels

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The critics choose some of Nha Trang’s best hotels

Amiana on the Bay “stretches almost half a kilometre along a reconstructed shoreline and its guest rooms, lobby and dining areas are oriented towards its namesake bay … as well as its own sandy beach the resort has three swimming pools: two are freshwater while the largest is a huge seawater lagoon of 2500 sq metres.” (Traveller)

MerPerle Hon Tam Resort: “Along the white sand beach is the sound of waves breaking in the crystal clear sea, you are there and enjoy the moment with the natural wind and the sound of birds chirping in the trees … for absolute relaxation, head to the spa with varied therapies in the contemporary meditation tropical garden.” (Maze Vietnam)

Intercontinental Nha Trang “is the luxury hotel brand’s latest outpost in Vietnam … the property features 279 guest rooms, all of which feature a spacious balcony with private sitting area.” (International Traveller)

Mia Resort Nha Trang “makes the most of its cliff-edge location and almost plantation-like vibe; not only are all rooms ocean-facing, but there are sea views from the restaurants, pool, and lush grounds, which combine manicured lawns with wilder tropical foliage… the quiet, minimalist, pebble-fringed pool has ocean views, and it's surrounded by modern sunbeds and parasols under palm trees.” (Oyster)

Novotel: “Stylish and very contemporary, this oceanfront hotel features split-level rooms with sunken bath-tubs -- invest in a sea view on the upper floor to see Nha Trang in all its glory … the gym is well equipped for a workout, though the pool is on the small side.” (Lonely Planet)

Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel and Spa “is one of few international hotel chains on Nha Trang's main beach strip … facilities include a lovely outdoor infinity-edge pool with great views, a spa offering excellent massages and facials, great Vietnamese and Western cuisine at its restaurants … rooms sport the chic, contemporary decor to be expected of the Sheraton brand, but balconies are small and unfurnished, though they do offer lovely sea views.” (Oyster)

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay “enjoys a spectacular setting in a dramatic bay that gives the feeling of being on an exclusive private island resort in the East Vietnam Sea. Impressive rock formations, a coral reef, a golden sand beach, a playful stream and the towering mountains behind, all add to the sense of being luxuriously at one with nature. (Luxury Travel Expert)

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