Offering easy access to no less than two UNESCO heritage sites, Four Seasons Resort the Nam Hai has always been one of the top hotel choices for luxury travelers in Vietnam.
Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai, Hoi An, Three Bedroom Pool Villa

Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Three Bedroom Pool Villa 

Designed by French architect Reda Amalou, the hotel offers 100 freshly renovated villas (including 40 with plunge pools), 4 bars and dining areas, and a spa inspired by the Vietnamese Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. The hotel’s evocative design is based on the principles of Feng Shui and draws inspiration from the Imperial tombs of Hue city.

On the hotel’s expansive grounds, guests can enjoy three beachfront infinity pools, a family Olympic-sized lap pool, and a verdant garden dotted with over 4000 coconut palm trees. 

Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai, Hoi An, Five - Bedroom Pool Villa living

Five – Bedroom Pool Villa living

For more immersion in the local culture, the Four Seasons hotel also offers the possibility of joining their onsite Nam Hai cooking school.

Run by Chef Tran Van Sen, the school teaches everything from the intricacies of Imperial cuisine, to tasty and hearty “street food”. 

The classes aim to provide a holistic vision of Vietnamese cuisine, and guests visit rice farms, local markets, and perfectly manicured herb gardens to choose their ingredients and understand the resorts’ “farm to plate” philosophy. 

Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai, Hoi An, Cafe Nam Hai

Cafe Nam Hai

The resort’s spa embraces the same ideas of connected-ness, where treatments are carried out to the sounds of crystal singing bowls tuned to 432HZ, the harmonic intonation of nature. It’s a place to go to not only soothe the body but align you with the natural rhythms of the planet itself. 

Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai, Hoi An Spa Treatment Villas

Spa Treatment Villas

Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai, Hoi An, landscape

landscape

In the evenings, witness a unique ritual where the spa’s reception area resonates with the sound of singing bowls as the resort wishes goodbye to the earth. To live the experience to the fullest, write your own Love Letter to the Earth and let it float away on the lotus pond with a candle attached. 

Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai, Hoi An, Wish Candles

Wish Candles

Then, of course, the villas at the Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai face the South China Sea and a 1km stretch of beach offering you dramatic views of Vietnam’s coastlines right from your terrace. But, should you wish to explore your surroundings, you’ll find the resort’s location within short distance of two UNESCO heritage sites, ideal. 

The historical trading port city of Hoi An is only 15 minutes away from the resort. Artisan ateliers, hole-in-the-wall eateries and the warm lights of colored lanterns take the UNESCO World Heritage town’s visitors back to another era. 

Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai, Hoi An, Hoi An Street at Night

Hoi An Street

At an hour’s drive from the resort lies My Son, the site of some of South East Asia’s most ancient Hindu Temples. The majestic signs of worship of a unique and ancient culture, the towering ruins of My Son date from the 4th-13th century and bare architectural kinship with the iconic Angkor Watt, and stand as testaments to the devastating power of time. 

My Son ruins

My Son Ruins

If you would like to book a room at the Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An or for more information get in touch with us, and we’ll be happy to do the rest.


About Nimah Koussa

The best part about being a travel writer is bringing cities and destinations to life: their stories, secret addresses, luxurious gems and unique holiday moments. And I have been one for a little more than 10 years. From the best bars and restaurants in different cities of the world to hotels where you can check-in to get away from it all, this Magazine is all about making every trip just a bit more meaningful.

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