Inside the $5000 per night Amanoi Resort -Vietnam
Have you ever dreamt about enjoying a luxury holiday, having dinner on a luxury yacht, traveling around the world until the money runs out, buying a private jet and going to any places you want? Do you want to know how is the feeling of sleeping one night at the resort in which you have to pay nearly $5,000 per night? Coming to Amanoi resortand you can live in a villa with five bedrooms, with modern facilities, a swimming pool, housekeeper and more... Surrounded by a tropical forests with beautiful streams, Amanoi resort is facing the wild blue waters of Vinh Hy bay - one of fours Vietnam's most beautiful bays.
Th first 6-star resort in Vietnam
Amanoi Resort is the first 6-star resort in Vietnam and is one of the 33 best new hotels in the world, voted in 2014 by Condé Nast Traveler magazine.
Amanoi is located in Vinh Hai commune, Ninh Hai distric, Ninh Thuan province, Vietnam and near the Nui Chua National Park. This resort is extremely expensive because it is situated on a beautiful white-sand beach overlooking spectacular Vinh Hy Bay.
View overlooking the romantic Vinh Hy Bay
Amanoi has a total of 36 resorts, including 5 villas and 31 Pavilion with international standards. The only thing you need to do is ... to prepare the money and then choose a room which fits your pocketbook the most. In Amanoi, the lowest price room is the Lake Pavilion for 757.90 USD / night. But with this "cheap" room, you can "only" have lake views of Nui Chua mountain. Offering a combined bedroom and living area with an extensive timber sun deck, the 95-square-metre (1,022-square-foot) Lake Pavilions overlook the property’s serene lake. The elegant, contemporary interiors feature traditional Vietnamese touches.
Infinity swimming pool
The most expensive room is the Bay View Villa. This five-bedroom Bay Villa provides easy access to the beach and incorporates a number of pavilions set around a private swimming pool with views over Vinh Hy Bay. The total size of the villa is 1,000 square meters (10,764 square feet).
Cliff Pool seems to be the most popular check-in
Amanoi has four treatment rooms, each equipped with a steam bath and shower, are complemented by a yoga space and the resort’s central pool, as well as a hidden 25-metre lap pool. Coming here, you can enjoy the Cambodian-centred cuisine under soaring ceilings, or outdoors at pergola-shaded tables by the pool. The daily changing menus focus on simple flavors, using organic produce direct from the market and local suppliers. For a unique experience, private dining is available at the resort’s rustic Khmer house at Angkor, where meals are prepared over charcoal to the sounds and sights of village life.
The interior is entirely made of expensive wood
There are many interesting things in this vast resort, where every experience is very good value for money. Amanoi also offers advanced services including a spa, five-star restaurants, yachts, marine sports and a yoga "house" amid the lake.
This area is very popular for yoga devotees
It was absolutely superb for wedding photography
Authentic Vietnamese food