Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An, Vietnam

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About Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam

Along a seemingly infinite stretch of sand, amidst Vietnam’s richest cultural heritage, a strand of sophisticated, visually striking villas lines the dramatic beachfront. Inspired by 2,500 years of history, Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai’s architecture and interior design present a dramatic play on wind and water inspired by ancient feng shui philosophy and the grandeur of the Tu Duc royal tombs of Hue. 

Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam sets a new standard of 5-star luxury hotel in Vietnam, located on a 86 acre land area on Ha My Beach, a stunningly picturesque section of the Hoi An Beach with un-spoilt stretch of white sands. Ideally located 30 Km South of Da Nang and 11 Km North of historical city of Hoi An in the Central Coast, Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam complements spectacular beachfront living with renowned cultural historical attractions that reflect the true spirit of Indochina.

Explore the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hoi An, My Son and Hue with its Buddhist pagodas, royal tombs and historic citadels. Then return to the calm, tropical shore on Ha My Beach to relax around three expansive swimming pools, in the spa on a lotus pond, over gourmet Eastern and Western cuisine. Or just relax in the privacy of one of the 100 private retreats, elegantly finished with Vietnamese lacquer and diaphanous silk and each occupying its own section of landscaped gardens, boasting views of the East Sea and nearby Cham Islands.

Note 1: A minimum of 50% of your guests must stay at the resort for at least 1 night for all weddings held here.
Note 2: For a
ny outdoor wedding location used from September to January or if you have more than 50 guests, a back-up indoor venue is required. Additional charges may apply.
Note 3: Block out periods for weddings are for 2 weeks around Easter, Christmas, New Year and Lunar New Year.

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