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Will you spend your day lazing beside the pool? Will you cycle through a UNESCO World Heritage Site? Or take a boat ride to a fabulous beach?

Hoi An was once a meeting point for merchants from all over the Far East, as well as the West. So it is imbued with a cultural and architectural heritage that includes Chinese, Japanese, French and Dutch influences.

Which means that today you can expect a rich and involving sight seeing experience, simply by wandering through its meandering old streets. Go a few steps further and you can be in the heart of beautiful natural countryside, visiting ancient cultural destinations or immersing yourself in a fabled UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Or you may prefer simply to indulge yourself in the Anantara - a resort that reflects the historic influences of Hoi An, and has a way of enveloping today’s visitors in an atmosphere of luxurious comfort.

Anantara, at a glance

  • Luxurious resort on the banks of the Thu Bon River
  • A must on any luxury, tailor-made holiday to Vietnam
  • Choice of 93 guest rooms and suites with split level designs
  • Arranged in French colonial-style mansions
  • Modern décor and designer en suites
  • Patio doors leading to porches and balconies
  • Views over the gardens and pool
  • Selection of five great dining options

For leisure and pleasure

  • Swimming pool and children’s pool in a delightful garden courtyard
  • Spa with a whole range of traditional Eastern and international treatments and outdoor pavilion
  • River cruises exploring local lifestyles
  • Organised sightseeing and cultural trips
  • Classes include language, cooking, painting and lantern making
  • Superb base for exploring old Hoi An
  • We come back to you because we can rely on you and know that you won't leave us on the other side of the world in the hands of people who don't care!

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    JR, Nepal & Bhutan - December 2019