An elegant and secluded oceanfront retreat in south-eastern Vietnam, Azerai Ke Ga Bay debuted In November as the third property in the ever growing portfolio of Azerai Resorts.
Following an extensive renovation, the 46-key resort, a combination of suites and private pool suites, succeeds Princess D’Annam Resort & Spa on the same site.
The resort officially opened on November 15th 2020. Cultivating one of the most naturally splendid oceanfront settings in the country, framed to the north by Ke Ga Island, with its historic French colonial lighthouse built in 1899, and to the south by towering sand dunes. With 10 units with either plunge pools or larger private pools, the guest suites at Azerai Ke Ga Bay evoke a contemporary aesthetic characterized by sophistication and minimalist design.
The Azerai Spa faces the ocean with 10 private treatment rooms, with six single rooms and four double rooms. And in addition to modern hydrotherapy facilities, the spa is also fully equipped with individual or shared relaxation lounges and day beds, a beauty studio, a Jacuzzi and a gym, including the new cardiovascular and strength training equipment.
The Terrace, the Dining Room and the Living Room offer various choices for dining and lounging, including both indoor and outdoor settings with beach views and relaxed poolfront tables for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A selection of local delicacies are curated by the culinary team, with an emphasis on plentiful offers from the sea.
The four swimming pools of the resort include an oceanfront pool with sun beds, a free-form pool set back from the beach and surrounded by lush tropical gardens, and two square pools set in mirrored courts, flanked by guest rooms.
A boutique selling a variety of local handmade items, as well as sports and lifestyle clothing, a children’s center with babysitting facilities, and a conference space for corporate meetings and functions are also on-site.
The brand’s first beach resort, Azerai Ke Ga Bay, follows Azerai La Residence, Hue, a historic city resort overlooking the Perfume River in the former imperial capital of Vietnam, and Azerai Can Tho, a tranquil retreat located in the Mekong Delta on a lush islet.