Danang, Central Vietnam and Beaches, Vietnam
At a Glance
An ideal location, close to an excellent international airport, the pristine white sand beaches and the World Heritage Cultural sites.
Spacious room with contemporary interior design, luxurious fittings and high-end amenities.
A journey of sensory pleasure with creative traditional dishes using the best local produce at the hotel main restaurant.
Pure indulgence with the complimentary spa treatment per person per night of stay
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The central region of Vietnam has a tropical climate, particularly around Hué and is divided into two distinguished seasons. The dry season (from March to August) has a maximum temperature of 40°C and the colder, rainy season (August to January) has temperatures that can go down to 19°C.
From March to August will be the best time to visit Hue, especially between March and April when the temperature is more pleasant, though rainfalls are still likely. Hue sees fog and rain quite frequently, even when the weather across the Hai Van Pass in nearby Danang is sunny. During the rainy season, between September and January, rain is more frequent and can be heavy.
There are several festivals in Hue and worth taking note in planning your travel. Each year, during the seventh month of the lunar year, Hue celebrates the Duong No ceremony, Vietnamese all souls’ days, and Hon Chen Temple Festival. In addition, every two years, there is a special Hue Festival which lasts for two weeks in June.
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Naman Retreat enjoys a beachfront setting halfway between the modern city of Danang and the ancient town of Hoi An on Vietnam's central coast. The retreat offers a range of modern rooms and private pool villas, ideal for couples and families.
Naman Retreat has 113 rooms and pool villas. The style is contemporary yet tasteful, using a neutral colour-scheme of creams, greys and natural wood, complemented by local flourishes. Pool Villas have private courtyards and decent-sized pools, and there are two and three-bedroom options which are great for families or groups of friends travelling together.
At the centre of the property, there is a large inviting infinity pool, and the retreat sits on a stretch of sandy beach lined with palm trees. The spa is one of the retreat's best features, offering a huge range of treatments and Detox Journeys.
There are two restaurants to choose from. Guests can enjoy traditional Vietnamese cuisine made with fresh local produce at Hay Hay, or indulge in tapas and Asian-fusion dishes at the B Lounge. The Sitini Pool Bar serves a variety of deserts, snacks and drinks, and those with a sweet tooth will also enjoy the pastries and afternoon tea at the Cofftee Club.
There are 113 rooms and pool villas at Naman Retreat. All rooms offer Wi-Fi, air-conditioning and a flat screen TV. Rooms are located around the central infinity pool, whilst the pool villas have their own private courtyards and generously-sized plunge pools.
Children are welcome at Naman Retreat, but there are no specific facilities for them.
Naman Retreat has two restaurants. Hay Hay offers Vietnamese cuisine and B Lounge has a menu featuring Asian-fusion dishes and tapas. The Cofftee Club serves home-made pastries and afternoon tea, and the Sitini Bar is the place to go for juices, smoothies, deserts and ice cream.
There is a heavenly spa with an extensive range of treatments, a gym and yoga studio. There is a large infinity pool in the middle of the retreat, which overlooks the beach.
Naman Retreat is only a short drive from the ancient town of Hoi An. Scott Dunn can organise plenty of activities in the area, including a walking tour of Hoi An, cycling tour through the countryside, or cooking classes to try your hand at Vietnamese cuisine.
Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Halong Bay, Central Coast & Ho Chi Minh City
from £3800 pp inc flights & transfers for 11 nights
- Embed yourselves into the most characterful, boutique properties that are impossible to forget and stand out from the crowd
- Get under the skin of Hanoi’s vibrant art scene with a showcase of a curator’s private collection and visit to an artist’s studio
- Weave between the towering limestone karsts out of the emerald waters of Halong Bay, as you spend the night on an iconic, traditional junk-boat
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Danang, Central Vietnam and Beaches, Vietnam
Naman Retreat is located at a secluded, beachfront enclave nestled between two of the finest gold courses in Southeast Asia.
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