Tourist villas that cost up to $7,000 a night

 Here are some world-class resort villas in Vietnam that could set you back $7,000 a night.

Spread over an area of more than 1,000 square meters, Bay View Villa inside Amanoi Resort in the south-central Ninh Thuan Province overlooking Vinh Hy Bay is a good choice if you want to be close to nature. It has five bedrooms, a swimming pool and lots of vegetation and a tranquil atmosphere.

Situated in the Nui Chua National Park, a UNESCO world biosphere reserve, Amanoi was Vietnam's first six-star resort and has a total of 36 villas.

The villa is a blend of contemporary style and Vietnamese architecture and all rooms offer breathtaking views of Vinh Hy Bay and pristine beaches.

Since it is secluded, it is a good choice for families who fear large crowds amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

A night’s stay costs up to VND160 million ($7,000), including private transfer from Cam Ranh Airport, free non-alcoholic drinks from the minibar, private electric car, daily afternoon tea, wellness class, yoga, pilates, and water sports.

There is a dining room where guests are served Vietnamese and European foods. 

A personal butler is on call.

Three-bedroom Sun Peninsula Residence inside Intercontinental Danang Resort in Da Nang City spreads over 1,000 square meters and is set amid the green mountains on the Son Tra Peninsula.

On another side is a 700-meter-long beach where visitors can soak up the warm sunshine, enjoy the cool sea, sit under coconut trees with refreshing drinks.

One of the highlights of the villa is a living room with open space. It has its own kitchen and dining area, enough for the whole family to dine and relax together. Guests have their own butler and chef.

The villa has three bedrooms fully equipped with luxury amenities including marble bathtubs. A night's stay costs VND75 million ($3,200), ideal for a group of nine people.

From here, visitors can explore ecological areas where endangered red-shanked douc langurs live and visit Linh Ung Pagoda on the peninsula with a 67-meter-high Bodhisattva statue.

The resort has 201 rooms, suites, penthouses, and villas with views of the sea and tropical forests.

Scattered amongst rock formations at the western end of Ninh Van Bay in Khanh Hoa Province, the Water Reserve Villa at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort covers an area of 900 square meters and has three bedrooms that can accommodate nine guests. 

It can only be accessed by boat from Nha Trang, around 60 kilometers away.

Inside is a two-story living room and a dining room on the ground floor. The upper floor of the living room can be used as a bedroom with private bathrooms with bathtubs and showers. There is 24/7 private butler service and guests can have their meals indoors or outdoors.

A night's stay costs VND72 million for Vietnamese guests and VND92.5 million for foreign guests, and includes free breakfast, wellness facilities and water sports equipment.

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay has 62 villas.

The five-bedroom Luxury Beachfront Pool Villa at Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai in Quang Nam Province spreads over 650 square meters overlooking Ha My beach and can accommodate 15 guests. It has a heated swimming pool, and private bathrooms and king-sized beds in all five rooms.

Its design is traditional Vietnamese and allows every corner to get air and sunshine.

UNESCO heritage sites Hoi An town and My Son Sanctuary are easily accessible from here.

A night's stay costs more than VND70 million, and the rent includes airport pick-up and drop-off, daily laundry, food, and minibar items.

The resort, which was named among the top 10 in Southeast Asia by U.S. magazine Travel+Leisure last year, reopened to visitors earlier this month.

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