• The location – on a gorgeous arc of beach
  • Huge beachfront rooms – we recommend the split level duplex rooms which have superb views from the upper terrace
  • Dining anywhere in the resort but especially at the intimate 'Vietnamese at the Market' where you can try traditional cuisine prepared by the wonderful Miss Lan

Upscale all-villa resort in this spectacular archipelago teeming with wildlife like sea and hawksbill turtles as well as dugong, a more unusual marine mammal. 50 elegantly designed open-plan villas sit along a mile of blissfully private beach, in a contemporary resort that benefits from fabulous restaurants and a serene spa.

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Epitomising barefoot luxury, this exquisite Six Senses resort sits on a private bay in a protected marine park on Con Son Island, in Vietnam’s southernmost archipelago, a short flight from Ho Chi Minh City. There are 50 villas at Con Dao, all of which exhibit the hallmarks of sustainable luxury for which the Six Senses group is famous. Each villa has its own private infinity pool, butler service and magnificent, unobstructed views of the South China Sea. The villas are open plan to maximise air flow, and flooded with natural light while being unusually sparsely decorated and furnished with little more than local teakwood and canopy beds. Outside there is an outdoor shower and private furnished terrace by your own infinity pool, while inside all mod-cons are catered for, with Satellite TV, Bose sound systems and iPod docking stations. For dining the open kitchen of Vietnamese by the Market offers authentic local dishes, while the main restaurant, By the Beach, which specialises in locally-caught seafood, is the perfect place for a romantic sunset dinner. There is a large, central swimming pool and the Six Senses Spa, set against the dramatic backdrop of the Lo Voi Mountains, offers a range of treatments, yoga and meditation classes. From water sports and hiking, to nature discovery and turtle watching, there is a host of activities available on the island to entertain all ages. 


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