No Shoes. No News. No Stress – The New Motto for A New Vietnam Resort

Set on its own private beach and staffed with butlers, valets and concierge staff, the new The Anam Resort recently opened in Vietnam with an emphasis on personalized service, culinary excellence and all forms of guest wellness. The Anam is one of only six hotels and resorts worldwide to be recognized and included in the World Luxury category by World Hotels.

The Anam’s 105 signature designed suites and villas lie on 300 meters, or about 1.5 miles of beach frontage, on Cam Ranh Bay. The resort also has three large swimming pools, three dining outlets, a signature Balinese spa, and fitness facilities that include water sport, dive, fitness centers, and a yoga area. With such a range of vacation amenities, The Anam’s guarantee of deep relaxation defines their philosophy of No Shoes, No News, No Stress.

The Anam Ocean View Room

Adding to this guarantee is, The Sri Mara Spa, named after the first Cham King, that offers a range of private treatment rooms with all the therapists specially selected and trained in the art of Balinese massage.

Outdoors, the recreational activities include water sports, tennis and yoga plus a fully equipped fitness center. The Anam’s private beach is patrolled by internationally certified life guards trained by Surf Life Saving Australia.

Restaurant at The Anam Resort in Vietnam

The Anam’s dining concepts include the Beach Club, with a Satay Bar and the resort’s signature open Indochine Café. It is here that contemporary Asian and European cuisines are prepared in the show kitchens, allowing guests to observe and taste.

The Anam Resort Desserts

The Anam Resort Vietnam Dinner on the Beach

The Anam is located on Northern Cam Ranh Peninsula, just 15 minutes from Cam Ranh International Airport, and 30 minutes from the city center. From The Anam, there is a complimentary shuttle service to and from downtown Nha Trang city.

Susan Kime is an award-winning travel/photojournalist, who has traveled to India, Tibet, Europe, Greece, Turkey, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand, and the Middle East. She writes about exotic destinations, river and ocean cruises, unusual cuisine, travel trends, Millennial and GenZ emerging tastes and interests. She also is a travel gear geek, and will always try things out before writing about them.

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