Con Dao Archipelago
Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City and The South
Info : Six Senses
The Six Senses Con Dao opened in 2011 and immediately joined the hot lists of the world’s best resorts. Con Dao Island is a protected national and marine archipelago, just 45 minutes by plane, from Ho Chi Minh City. Six Senses already have a handful of beautiful resorts in the region and with this venture they have opted for the same philosophy of selecting a remote yet accessible destination of outstanding beauty.
Six Senses Con Dao is comprised of 50 teak wood panelled villas, situated along a deserted, curved sandy beach sheltered by a dramatic green mountainous backdrop. Villas have spectacular views and the architecture is contemporary mixing both simple and luxurious touches to create a style that blends in with the natural terrain. Each villa has a private infinity pool looking out towards the ocean.
As you may expect, customary Six Senses service is of a high a standard with a personal butler to look after you and a trademark Six Sense’s Spa with a range of tempting treatments. The resort’s restaurants provide a range of delicious cuisine, from authentic Vietnamese street food to fresh seafood or Asian fusion. Private barbeques or romantic picnics can be organised and there are daily cooking classes in the Vietnamese kitchen.
Six Senses resorts are barefoot luxury at its best and Six Senses Con Dao is no exception.
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