Zannier Bai San Ho (Vietnamese for ‘bay of corals’) is a sophisticated resort situated on one of Vietnam's more untouched private beaches, which offers a genuinely Vietnam-centric stay. Providing guests with a tangible, local experience is at the heart of the resort’s ethos; the suites and villas, divided into 3 architectural categories, each represent a different tradition in Vietnam, allowing you to encounter a distinct part of the country’s heritage during your stay.
The main restaurant serves as a vibrant meeting place, offering the chance to gaze out at the stunning views over the bay, before swinging by the secluded and intimate cocktail bar - the perfect place for after-dinner drinks. A particular highlight of the resort is the rice paddy in the centre, where guests can help plant and harvest the rice served in the restaurants and get a flavour of local life.
Set in the jungle on the south-central coast of Vietnam, this graceful property is reached by domestic flight into either Phu Cat (also known as Quy Nhon) or Tuy Hoa airport, each about 90 minutes by car from the hotel.
Yoga studio & serene spa
Energetic Kids Club
Snorkelling, canoeing & surfing
Truly untouched by mass tourism - authentic and beautiful.
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Every villa can accommodate at least one extra bed, making it easy to squeeze the kids in! The entire resort seems designed to fit everyone perfectly: much needed R&R for Mum and Dad, relaxing by the pool sipping cocktails, while the kids blow off some serious steam in the expertly-run kids club. Young adventurous couples looking to explore more can head out on a bicycle tour or hiking trail, before enjoying a private picnic back in the bay. Family fun and romance all in one resort.
At first glance, Zannier may look like just a relaxing beach escape, but there is so much more to uncover. Head out on cultural tours to discover local life with visits to nearby fishing villages and local markets; get involved with a Vietnamese cooking class, and learn a few tips to take home; or simply sit back and enjoy a sunrise hilltop breakfast or private rice paddy dinner. There's a lot more to this resort than initially meets the eye.
There’s an undeniable focus on sustainability and eco-awareness flowing through this resort. The delicious food is seasonal and locally sourced, supporting surrounding communities. Construction has been carefully thought out, using renewable materials and traditional, local architectural methods, whilst hundreds of trees were replanted in the effort to make minimum impact. They grow their own rice and ensure any spare is donated to local communities. Their respect for the environment and efforts to support the community are second to none.