Azerai Resorts has opened its third property, Azerai Ke Ga Bay, in Vietnam.
Located on the country’s southeastern coast, 180 kilometers from Saigon, the 46-key resort succeeds Princess D’Annam Resort & Spa on the same site following an extensive renovation.
“Azerai Ke Ga Bay offers much that travellers would look for in a secluded beach resort—panoramic ocean views, lush ginger gardens with tropical trees and flowers, and a location that’s close enough to be accessible but far enough away to offer real privacy and escape,” says Adrian Zecha, founder of Azerai Resorts.
The oceanfront property overlooks the East Sea and is framed by Ke Ga Island, which has a historic 1988-built colonial French lighthouse, to the north and soaring sand dunes to the south.
Its suites, 10 of which have plunge pools or larger private pools, feature a contemporary, minimalist design aesthetic.
Other amenities include:
- The Azerai Spa – Fronting the ocean, the resort’s spa has 10 treatment rooms (six single rooms and four double rooms) as well as modern hydrotherapy facilities, individual or shared relaxation lounges and daybeds, a beauty studio, a Jacuzzi, and a state-of-the-art gym.
- Three dining and lounging options – The Terrace, The Dining Room and The Living Room include both indoor and outdoor settings with views of the beach and pool front tables for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Menus highlight local ingredients, with a focus on fresh seafood.
- Four swimming pools – In addition to private pools in some suites, the property has an oceanfront pool with sunbeds positioned on terraces, a free-form pool set back from the beach and surrounded by lush tropical gardens, and two square pools set within mirrored courts, flanked by guestrooms.
- On-site boutique offering local handmade products, as well as sport and fashion apparel.
Azerai Ke Ga Bay is the Azerai brand’s first beach resort. It joins Azerai La Residence, Hue, a historic city resort overlooking the Perfume River in the country’s former imperial city, and Azerai Cam Tho, a retreat set on an islet in the Mekong Delta.