A beautiful island resort with an eco-friendly ethos, exquisite dining and lots of activities.
Nestled in a protected marine reserve and breathtaking national park, this stunning resort gives you the chance to escape everyday life and get back to nature, without sacrificing contemporary luxury and comfort. Designed to resemble a Vietnamese fishing village, the resort’s authentic style is complemented by plush open areas with spectacular ocean views. This natural hideaway is perfect for couples or families, providing peaceful relaxation but plenty of options to be active as well.
The award-winning Six Senses Spa offers a range of locally inspired treatments and yoga wellness programmes designed to rejuvenate and balance the mind, body and soul. From May to October, activities range from a guided tour of local flora and fauna, occasionally watching turtle hatchlings, open-air films and cooking classes.
By the Beach Restaurant has contemporary international cuisine with a great selection of vegetarian meals, gourmet meats and fresh seafood dishes. At Vietnamese by the Market, you can experience authentic local cuisine with family recipes used to recreate local comfort foods. Head to Deli’cious for a complimentary ice cream and relax in a swing chair at the open-air cocktail bar. You can also opt for an intimate private dining experience.
Arranged in two rows looking towards the ocean, the airy villas are understated and chic with warm teak and crisp white furnishings. Each villa has an open-style bathroom with outdoor shower, a private infinity pool, bicycles for local exploration and a dedicated Guest Experience Maker (GEM) who is on call 24 hours a day. Upgrade to an Oceanfront Deluxe Villa for direct access to the beach.
What a hidden gem this island is! Being so close to the Equator it has a tropical climate and offers year-round activities such as swimming, snorkelling and diving. There is even the opportunity to see the rare dugong as well as many sea turtles and dolphins. Since 1993 Con Dao has been recognised as a National Park with over 1300 species of sea animals being identified here and is working closely with the World Wildlife Fund to protect the marine areas.
A private beach on Con Son Island in the Con Dao archipelago
Good to know
Minimum stay: 3 nights 04-10 Feb and 10-22 Apr; 4 nights 22 Dec-05 Jan (no departures 30 Dec-01 Jan). Compulsory Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve gala dinners, supplements apply.
50 elegant and sensitively designed pool villas
• Hike in the rainforest • Ease yourself into the day with a morning yoga class • Go scuba diving in search of the rare dugong* • Join the early morning turtle hatchling releases right on the resort’s premise (from May to October)
2 restaurants, delicatessen, 2 bars, 4 private dining options (Chef’s Table, wine cellar, in-villa and on the beach)
Breakfast at By the Beach Restaurant.
Meal upgrade options (per person per night)
Half Board from £96 • Breakfast and dinner at By the Beach Restaurant
Full Board from £145 • Breakfast, lunch and dinner at By the Beach Restaurant.
*Denotes local charge