Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô

Unique activities in Zannier’s latest resort in Vietnam

Bà Hai Restaurant: overlooking the rice-fields of the resort, it will offer traditional regional Vietnamese cuisine. Credit: Zannier Hotels

PHU YEN, VIETNAM - Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô is counting on its remote and prestine location to draw small meetings and incentive groups when it opens this December.

Located in Phu Yen, one of Vietnam's most biodiverse regions with a rich fauna and flora, the 71-villa resort with rooms ranging from 41-88 sqm, will offer traditional Vietnamese culture, gastronomy, dramatic landscapes and pristine waters. Phu Yen is a province on Vietnam's South-Central coast, characterised by mountains and beaches. Its capital is Tuy Hoa, and Quy Nhon is the closest city.

The resort's standalone villas are tucked away in 98 hectares of lush vegetation, along a 1km white beach with coral reefs. Phu Yen's dry season starts at the end of December until August. Temperatures range from 25-34°C in the day and around 22°C at night.

Regular transfers from and to the nearby airports of Phù Cát (UIH) in Quy Nhon and Tuy Hoà (TBB) in Phu Yen are provided. They are 60 minutes by car. Limousine transfer services to/from those airports are available for US$50 per person one way (free for children under 6 years old).

"Being located on a remote peninsula with stand-alone villas, our resort is ideal to limit the contact between guests. It can offer all-inclusive packages to make it ideal for MICE customers. With its authentic design and large service offering, Zannier Hôtels Bãi San Hô has many features that differentiates it from the current offer in Phu Yen," said Mr Arnaud Zannier, founder of Zannier Hotels.

Serene beaches beckon at Zannier Hotels Bãi San Hô. Credit: Zannier Hotels

Meetings space includes a 76 sqm conference room, theatre-style for 48 guests; a 32 sqm meeting room, boardroom-style for 10 guests max. The meeting room is connected to a 23 sqm covered terrace and both rooms also have access to locker/changing rooms.

Both rooms have large windows offering natural daylight, storage areas, central catering display, aircon and sound system, acoustic ceiling, and come with scrolling white screen, LCD projection, white screen, phone, microphones, pointers, paperboard, notepads, felt pen, pencils, mineral water, tea and coffee facilities.

The resort also has a private dining room within the main building. A theatre-style layout covers 48.3 sqm for 16 guests. Other facilities include a 20-m long swimming pool, 24/7 fitness center, yoga and aerobics studio, two tennis courts, a high-tech business centre, kid's club, and a water sports and marine centre for guests to enjoy snorkelling, fishing, surfing, paddling, water skiing, wakeboarding and kayaking.

Sporting activities on dry land include walks, jogging tours, lagoon bicycle tours, petanque, badminton, ping pong and beach sports (football, volleyball, tennis).

Guests will also be able to experience cultural tours of Phu Yen and Quy Nhon, Cham Ruins excursions, visits to the nearby fishermen villages, and interactions with local communities.

Culinary experiences will include visiting the local market with a chef, rice planting and harvesting, attending Vietnamese cooking classes, and experiencing sunrise hilltop breakfasts, bay picnic lunches, rice paddy dinners, beach BBQs and fishing trips.