Australian travel site praises resort in Binh Thuan

Tuesday, 01/08/2023 16:16
After a series of articles introducing Vietnam tourism, Escape (Australia) continues to recommend a resort in Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan, in the top 20 best new hotels.
The Anam Mui Ne Resort in Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan. (Photo: VOV) 

In the article “20 best new hotels you need to know about”, author Melinda Browning said that after a long delay of opening, many hotels around the world have opened their doors to welcome visitors. “From high altitudes in the Himalayas to high-rise views over the world’s buzziest cities, these hotels are taking our breath away,” the article said.

The article named 20 new hotels around the world, from Europe such as COMO Le Montrachet (France) and Mandarin Oriental Costa Navarino (Greece), or in the Americas such as Virgin Hotels New York City (US) and Impression Isla Mujeres by Secrets (Mexico). Notably, out of 20 resorts, the article recommends 8 hotels and resorts in Asia, showing an increasingly vibrant luxury accommodation market in this region.

The resort in Vietnam recommended in the article is The Anam Mui Ne, a newly opened resort in January 2023 on the coast of Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan. The article described it “an equally palatial resort in popular beach town Mui Ne”. “To give you an idea of its clientele, the 122sq m presidential suite is equipped with quarters for the bodyguards. Decadent design features such as claw foot baths and leather-bound tables are inspired by the French Indochine era,” the article noted.

Recently, Vietnamese destinations have continuously appeared in tourism magazines and websites in Australia. Earlier, in Escape, author Ronan O'Connell listed Hoi An, Hue, Da Nang, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh City in a detailed guide to the most worth-visiting places in Vietnam in 2023. The Sydney Morning Herald also has a series of recommendations on 50 destinations suitable for Australian tourists for the winter vacation in 2023, including Ho Chi Minh City and cruise lines in Vietnam./.
Compiled by BTA