Vietnamese Beach Resort Unveils ‘Spa Villa’ Package at its Two Residences, Complete with Private Spas


Vietnam’s first five-star colonial beach resort is delighted to launch its innovative ‘Spa Villa’ concept. The Anam is now home to two exclusive villas complete with their own spa quarters and as part of the new package, guests staying in these villas will now be able to enjoy one complimentary in-villa spa treatment per person per day as part of their stay.

Guests checking in to The Anam’s one-bedroom Spa Villas will be spoilt with pampering in-room treatments on each day of their holiday, which can be selected from the adjoining Sri Mara Spa’s comprehensive menu. A 25% discount is available on any further treatments and packages booked throughout each stay.

Enjoying a 400-square-metre hillside location within the grounds of the Sri Mara Spa, the two expansive villas each have their own state-of-the-art spa facilities for the utmost privacy. Each villa comes complete with couples’ massage tables, a sunken granite jacuzzi large enough for two, a steam room and a large outdoor pool. An adjoining outer door gives therapists direct access to the private spa sanctuary, keeping guests’ main living area private.

The spa offers a selection of ‘high-touch, low-tech’ therapies, which are hands-on treatments combining traditional Balinese techniques with Vietnamese touch.

Thémaé’s signature four teas elixir of white, green, black and red tea is incorporated into treatments, helping to stimulate circulation and detoxification. The Thémaé products are combined with healing ingredients grown in The Anam’s spa garden, including lemongrass for purifying, aloe vera for reducing redness and ginger for its anti-inflammatory, circulation-boosting properties. In each treatment the spa therapists tailor the ingredients to suit the needs of guests, be it to energise, heal, detox or relax.

The team, headed up by Balinese Spa Manager Kadek Wina Jelita Wati, can also arrange for in-villa yoga and meditation sessions with The Anam’s resident yogi, Umesh. These serve as the perfect complement to the spa treatments, aligning mind, body and soul for a sensation of total relaxation.

Those looking to cleanse their body both inside and out will find plenty of healthy dishes on offer in the resort restaurants, including light and zesty traditional Vietnamese cuisine made with fresh fish and vegetables, juices, smoothies and cleansing teas.

Should guests choose to venture out from their tranquil retreat, The Anam offers three swimming pools, three restaurants, three bars and a 300-metre stretch of private beachfront set on what is often cited as Vietnam’s most beautiful beach.

Miles Noble