Honeymoon review: Four Seasons The Nam Hai, Vietnam
Dreaming of a honeymoon in Vietnam? For culture, food and amazing beaches, we recommend Hoi An on Vietnam’s central coast. Our top pick for a luxury honeymoon resort in this area is Four Seasons The Nam Hai – here’s why…
Four Seasons The Nam Hai is on a beautifully wide stretch of beach just 30 minutes from Da Nang airport and 10 minutes from the delightful city of Hoi An. The area is incredibly popular for honeymoons and it is easy to understand why.
The best time of year to visit
The climate varies in different parts of Vietnam, so it’s always worth checking your area before you book a Vietnam honeymoon. The best weather to visit this region is during March to September, with clear blue skies almost guaranteed. May to July can be very hot, so only visit in this time if you’re used to extreme heat. October to February is the wet season.
The resort has a choice of 1, 3 and 5 bedroom villas as well as 1 bedroom family villas with pull out beds. Under 5s receive complimentary food and accommodation. All villas are single storey and have a view across the gardens to the ocean. Some have their own private pools. The 3 and 5 bedroom villas have direct access on to the beach as well as a private pool, private gardens and a living room. Guests are given bicycles to get around the resort as an alternative to calling for a golf buggy.
This is a resort for utter honeymoon relaxation. The three pools all have attentive staff to supply endless cocktails, snacks and cold towels while you relax. There is an activity centre on the beach with jet skis, boats, windsurfers, body boards and kayaks available to hire or borrow.
The Spa is world class and has won many awards. We loved its simplicity; just a central reception area and 8 single or double treatment villas on the the lake. Perfect if you’re after some post-wedding pampering!
The cooking school incorporates an early morning trip to the local markets to buy the fresh ingredients to use. There is a daily activity schedule with activities ranging from lantern making and calligraphy to yoga and body boarding.
The nearby city of Hoi An is a huge draw for honeymooners, especially for the nightly ritual of floating candles on the river. The town is well known for its textile industry; the streets are lined with tailors who can make dresses and suits to order in hours.
Prices for rooms start at £657 per night. For more information, visit fourseasons.com.
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