Earlier this month the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay spa and resort reopened and further secured its position as one of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful and luxurious resorts. During the renovation works several accommodations have been thoroughly enhanced including extensive upgrades on the villas in the resort.
35 of the beachfront pool villas that are adjacent to the 1 mile private beach were refreshed with lighter interiors and furnishings. The ground-floor bathroom in all villas has been fully enclosed with floor-to-ceiling glass panels and fitted with air conditioning units for more comfort, while the popular open air showers have been retained.
Furthermore the resort’s picturesque swimming pool was also renovated and now boasts newly finished slate tiles resembling the granite boulders that the bay area is most famous for. Six Senses have also extended their sustainability efforts by equipping the resort with solar hot water panels so all the water usage from the beachfront pool villas is now completely sustainable and provided by renewable energy.
General Manager Hilton Hastings said, “I am delighted to see the exciting evolution of Six Senses Ninh Van Bay. The newly revitalized villas blend a modern design with the environmentally-conscious features our guests expect. Our gifted designers have succeeded in delivering a brighter and livelier feel with improved functionality to give our guests an enhanced stay. We do foresee an increased popularity of these villas, in particular the Beachfront Pool Villas, as it addresses suggestions and opinions from our guests and trade partners, which are now fulfilled.”
Starting from only $551, the freshly updated villas in the Vietnamese Six Senses resort are now available for booking again.