Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An, Vietnam

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Ceremony Locations

The Family Pool

Under swaying palm fronds alongside the highest level of their three tiered swimming pools, The Pool Garden makes a stunning backdrop for intimate weddings and events of as many as fifty guests. Views of Ha My Beach and the East Sea can be made even more spectacular with Vietnamese lanterns floating in the pool and flaming torches rising up from local earthenware jars.

The Olympic Pool

Grander gatherings of up to 200 guests fit in well with this festive pool side area - an open, flexible space under towering, symmetrical palm trees which is illuminated each night. Hanging and floating Vietnamese hand-crafted lanterns turn this tropical venue into something special with timeless local flair.

Central Beach

Located on one of the nicest coasts in Vietnam, guests will be able to enjoy views of Ha My Beach, a stunningly picturesque section of the Hoi An with an unspoilt stretch of white sands. Dance floors to get your groove on can also be set up here, however may reduce the seating capacity depending on the size of your celebration.

  • Max. 50 guests
  • Pool/Pond
  • Water (Ocean/River)
  • Ground/Sea-level
  • Outdoor (Uncovered)
  • A wet weather back-up plan is required here. Even though the area is made private, other guests may still be able to see from the restaurants/pools.

  • Max. 200 guests
  • Pool/Pond
  • Water (Ocean/River)
  • Ground/Sea-level
  • Outdoor (Uncovered)
  • A wet weather back-up plan is required here. Even though the area is made private, other guests may still be able to see from the restaurants/pools.

  • Max. 300 guests
  • Beach
  • Water (Ocean/River)
  • Ground/Sea-level
  • Outdoor (Uncovered)
  • Best time to have the reception here is between late February and September. 
    Even though the area is made private, other guests may still be able to see from the restaurants/pools.
    A large wet weather back-up plan is required. 

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