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Ana Mandara ThingsAsian: TravelTip Icon -- Hotel & Lodging

Address:

Beachside Tran Phu Boulevard
Nha Trang Vietnam

Phone:

84 (58) 829 829

Fax:

84 (58) 829 629

Price:

ExpensiveExpensive

Description:

Everything about the resort is appealingly subtle. The property itself is discreetly walled off from the seafront road and sensitively styled in low bungalows that don't interfere for a second with the skyline. Once you come into the lobby with a lily pond, goldfish pond and pool just in front and the sea just beyond, simple lines and low-key wood finishings ensure that the place simply looks gently appealing and, above all, relaxing. The business center and the gym are small, but the restaurant and private-terraced rooms are large. The resort's intentions for its guests are clear. With just 40 rooms, it is wonderfully intimate and guests find themselves sometimes joined at the long bar by local expatriates who come in for a pre-dinner drink.
Prices start at US$140 per night.

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