Top 8 Luxury Resorts In Viet Nam

Vietnam, with its captivating landscapes and rich cultural heritage, offers a plethora of luxurious resorts that promise an unforgettable escape. Whether you’re seeking pristine beaches, lush jungles, or historical charm, these carefully curated resorts cater to every discerning traveler. Let’s dive into the oasis of opulence and explore the best that Vietnam has to offer.

1/ Built on the hills of Son Tra Peninsula in Da Nang City, INTERCONTINENTAL DANANG SUN PENINSULA RESORT topped the list.

The resort has 201 luxurious rooms, suites, penthouses, and villas that offer views of sandy beaches and tropical forests covering Son Tra Peninsula, which acts as a natural shield for Da Nang. It comes with a private beach stretching 700 meters and an infinity swimming pool.

2/ Lying only 15 minutes from Phu Quoc International Airport, JW MARRIOTT PHU QUOC EMERALD BAY RESORT & SPA along Khem Beach came in second.

It has 234 rooms, suites and stand-alone villas.Construction of the French-style resort started in 2015, with its doors opening in 2016. It has four restaurants serving French, Japanese, Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine.

3/ Spreading over 35 hectares and overlooking Ha My Beach in the central province of Quang Nam, FOUR SEASONS RESORT THE NAM HAI, secured third place.

Surrounded by coconut palms and green trees, the resort has 100 villas and eight separate spa rooms all designed in traditional Vietnamese style. The resort has its own vegetable garden and uses eco-friendly materials. At the heart of the resort is a small temple where fishermen pray for peace before each voyage. Recently, many South Korean celebrities flocked to enjoy their holiday at the Nam Hai resort

4/ Nestled in Nui Chua National Park beside Vinh Hy Bay in south-central Ninh Thuan Province, AMANOI, the first six-star resort in Vietnam, came in fourth.

The resort with 36 villas facing the sea or hills also offers experiences such as exploring Vinh Hy Bay, one of the most pristine in Vietnam, by kayak or catamaran, diving to explore coral, discovering Cham culture, or conquering the top of Chua Mountain at a height of 1,000 meters above sea level.

5/ The essence of a traditional fishing village
A breathtaking setting in a protected national and marine park. The first top-rated luxury beach resort in Vietnam’s archipelago islands, it is contemporary in design, yet draws on the essence of a traditional fishing village. You’ll find SIX SENSES CON DAO just a 45-minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City but a world away from the everyday. Oh, and that golden sand and blue sapphire sea.

6/ REGENT PHU QUOC RESORT around 15 minutes from Phu Quoc International Airport, features 302 suites and villas, six restaurants and bars, and swimming pools that overlook Long Beach, next to a UNESCO-recognized world biosphere reserve. The resort also has a fitness center, meditation studio and rooftop yoga pavilions. Thanks to its secluded location and beautiful landscape, the resort has recently become a top choice of foreign stars who flock to experience a luxury holiday.

Regent Phu Quoc is a luxurious beachfront resort on Vietnam’s Phu Quoc Island. It features elegant suites and villas, diverse dining options, a comprehensive spa, and a range of recreational facilities. Known for its exceptional service and stunning sunset views, it’s an ideal destination for both relaxation and events.


Framed by verdant forests and sandy beaches, Lang Co is just 50km from Hue, home of the UNESCO-listed imperial city, making it the perfect spot to combine culture with plenty of down time.

Lang Co Beach Resort overlooks the azure waters of the Lập An Lagoon, and its long stretch of private sand is a tranquil escape from the rest of the Lang Co waterfront, which can get busy on weekends with locals escaping the heat of the cities.

The resort is styled to look like a Vietnamese village. Expect whitewashed villas with tiled roofs and colorful bougainvillea clambering up the walls. Inside, lacquered wooden detailing and whirlpool bathtubs await.

8/ ZANNIER HOTELS BAI SAN HO on a secluded peninsula in the central province of Phu Yen finished the list.

The resort has 73 suites and villas wearing the architecture of traditional Vietnamese villages with thatched roofs and woven bamboo walls.

Its interior decorations highlight unique local culture with items like dried calabash gourds, traditional braided baskets and coconut shell tools made by local artisans.

DestinAsian’s 17th annual Readers’ Choice Awards was based on a poll of voters conducted between August and November 2023.

The resorts are evaluated based on criteria such as friendliness of staff and service, convenient location, modern facilities and quality of dining options.

These Resorts are equipped with modern facilities and provide exceptional service, making them ideal for real vacation and relaxation as well as hosting a range of M.I.C.E events in Vietnam.