The Anam

Long Beach near Nha Trang, Vietnam

At a Glance

  • The Anam is set on a beautiful and quiet sandy beach

  • A huge range of activities and facilities, including a kids club, make this a great option for families with active children

  • The Anam is the home of the 'Mamma's Cooking Initiative', where staff member's mothers come in to cook their favourite local dishes for guests

  • The design combines Colonial-style decor with modern comforts and amenities

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Best time to Visit

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Average time to visit

The best time to visit Nha Trang is between March and April, although anytime during the dry season (January to August) is good. The average temperature is 26°C with a high of 32°C in summer (June, July and August), and a low of 21°C in winter (December to February).

Nha Trang is protected by the Truong Son mountains and this costal region of Vietnam is generally sunny all year round, with the exception of the wet season from August to mid-December, when you can expect strong sea breezes and chilly, wet weather.

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Insider's View

While it does mean getting up early, sunrise yoga looking over the sea is a lovely way to start the day!

We definitely recommend opting for a villa, as this offers more space and privacy

Call us on 020 3993 8476 to start planning your holiday to The Anam or take a look at our itineraries to Central coast


The Anam is a relaxed beachfront resort overlooking one of central Vietnam's beautiful bays, with a horizon only interrupted by the occasional fishing boat or little island. Plenty of facilities and activities make this a great option for families.

The Anam consists of clusters of rooms and villas spread throughout the resort's tropical grounds. Although it is a modern resort, the design is very much in keeping with Vietnam's Colonial heritage, mixing dark wood, patterned floor tiles and a colour scheme of white with rich blues and yellows. A number of the villas have private pools and many also have wonderful sea views or direct beach access.

There is plenty to keep everyone entertained, with a number of watersports, a tennis court, activities such as volleyball and yoga, and within easy reach of the resort there are also three golf courses. For younger children, there is a good kids club, which offers indoor and outdoor activities. Those wishing to spend their time on the resort's beautiful beach can do so at ease, with internationally certified lifeguards patrolling throughout the day. For those who simply want to relax by the pool, there are three to choose from, one of which is adult-only. For complete relaxation, there is also the resort's Balinese Sri Mara Spa.

The Indochine is The Anam's main restaurant, serving buffet breakfasts and dinners, and a la carte lunches. The dinner theme changes daily, ranging from seafood BBQs, to Asian to European cuisine. Those looking to get a real taste of Vietnam should make sure they go to Indochine on a Wednesday, when five mothers of the staff come in to cook their favourite local dishes for guests, known as the 'Mamma's Cooking Initiative'! In a separate part of the Indochine Restaurant, there is the Indochine Grill, which offers a fine dining atmosphere and European cuisine, with a focus on classical French dishes.

Other dining options include the Saigon Bar, which has a small a la carte menu, and also serves afternoon tea. The Beach Club is a good choice for those looking for something lighter, with both Asian and Western dishes, including salads, sandwiches and pizza. The Sports Bar serves refreshing drinks and snacks.

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The Anam has 96 rooms and 117 villas. The design incorporates Colonial-style decor, with modern facilities, including air-conditioning, internet TVs and Wi-Fi. Many of the rooms and villas have sea views, and the Beachfront Villas are only metres from the sand. For that extra bit of privacy, some of the villas also have their own private pools. All rooms and villas have indulgently deep bathtubs.


Children are welcome at The Anam, and they are well catered for, with a good kids club and lots of activities.


There are a number of different dining options at The Anam, The Indochine is the main restaurant, offering buffet breakfasts and dinners, and a la carte lunches. The Indochine Grill is the resort's fine dining option, with European cuisine. For drinks, lighter meals and snacks, there is the Saigon Bar, Beach Club and Sports Bar.

The Sri Mana Spa has 10 treatment rooms, with the focus on Balinese techniques and therapies. There is a fully-equipped gym. The resort also has its own 60-seat cinema!


Complimentary daily sunrise yoga classes are led on the lawn overlooking the sea. Beach-based activities are overseen by internationally-trained life guards, and include volleyball, kayaking and snorkelling. The resort has a tennis court, and there is also a beautiful Greg Norman designed golf course nearby, and two further courses in Nha Trang.



Jessica Campbell (Staff)

This is a new property to the East coast of Vietnam and we were sadly unable to stay overnight. We did however have an extensive tour of the property and what I saw really impressed me. Scott Dunn guests would definitely want to opt for one of the resort's 117 villas rather than the main body of the hotel. The villas are laid out in the huge grounds of the property sloping away down the lawns to the sea. The facilities are endless and for families with young children there are more than enough things to do - even including a 3D cinema experience that can seat 60 people. For those without children there are adult only pools and fine dining experiences. there are also three golf courses nearby for keen golfers. In short, whatever you are looking for, this resort holds the key. Either include it in a wider itinerary or make it your primary destination. Whatever you decide you will not be disappointed.


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Location & directions

Long Beach near Nha Trang, Vietnam

The Anam is located on Long Beach; a 300-metre stretch of golden sand on the coast of Vietnam, close to Nha Trang.

How to get there

The Anam is only 20-minutes by car from Cam Ranh International Airport, which can be accessed by domestic flight from either Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi.

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