Dai's Villas is one of the few remaining examples
of French colonial architecture in Vietnam.
in 1923 as a holiday resort for the last Vietnamese
King Bao Dai and Queen Nam Phuong, the Villas
sit on a promontory of 120,000m2 of lush vegetation.
The Villas overlook the South China Sea, its
coastal islands and enjoy sea breeze all year
are 48 rooms in 5 original Villas and 2 newly-built
blocks with modern facilities, 2 sea-view restaurants
and 1 conference room.
main restaurant, Bao Dai restaurant and Bar
perched high on the peak provide excellent food
from both Western and Vietnamese cuisines.
second restaurant serves the private beach where
guests can play tennis, enjoy a good swim, lie
on the sand or take the boat to the islands
for snorkelling or scuba-diving.
Villas are a short distance from the airport
and the city centre. This is quite convenient
for tours to discover places of interest in
are always warmly welcomed by our friendly and
guest rooms are provided with 2 beds, wardrobe,
writing desk, air-conditioning, fan, mini-bar,
IDD phone, satellite TV, bathroom with bathtub,