Banyan Tree Lang Co luxury resort is the ideal place just waiting for those who want to escape the crazy crowds and motor scooters of Hanoi, Saigon and Danang.
Set along the coast of the East Vietnam Sea next to the rugged Truong Son mountains it is the picture-perfect destination for those seeking rest and relaxation. The Banyan Tree Lang Co ranks among the most beautiful resort settings in the world. This magical paradise is found half way between Danang and Hue in the middle of the picturesque rustic countryside of Central Vietnam. Here is where the Thai company Banyan Tree Lang Co completed this ambitious Vietnamese, project in 2013, inspired by their Phuket flag ship resort “Laguna Phuket”. An area which the ancient Vietnamese dynasties who lived in Hue would vacation centuries ago.
Designed like a Vietnamese village, the Banyan Tree’s 62 large, beautiful and inviting villas are strategically sprawled around the hotel’s massive seaside grounds. The three distinctive styles of villas are mixed between beach villas, lagoon villas and hillside villas. Each of the three types of private villas are equipped with large stylish living quarters, timbered wood patios, individual large swimming pools and come complete with plenty of peace and quiet.
The spacious hillside luxury villas are composed of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom models. The living rooms are oversized and well appointed with great attention to detail set in the latest example of Vietnamese interior design. Because these villas are between 82 and 282 feet above sea level they all feature sweeping coastal views looking over Canh Duong Beach and on toward the distant mountains in what combines into an unforgettably picturesque scene.
The lagoon pool villas face out onto the peaceful lagoon surrounded by lush green gardens and another view of the distant mountains. They feature Vietnamese inspired architecture and furnishings with a sun deck constructed of tempered wood with natural stone steps leading to the nearby lagoon and gardens.
The Beach Pool Villas are also decorated with eco friendly materials like wood, cotton fabrics and bamboo. All the villas design integrates clay-tiled pitch roofs and open courtyards inspired by the garden houses of neighboring Hue. A large elegant painting of lotus flowers is artfully hung behind the raised king-sized bed which is covered by the amazingly luxurious and super comfortable 1000 point sheets. The bathroom in the back of the villa features his and her vanity sinks, a large stand alone tub and a overhead rain shower.
You can spend your carefree hours basking in the sun or under the large umbrella while surrounded by your swimming pool and garden. You can also walk through the private landscaped garden on the stone path when heading towards the white sandy beach and emerald blue ocean. The soft waves are just a few steps away, where wading in the warm ocean water will have you relishing this beautiful natural setting.
Their are two resorts complexes on the property including the Banyan Tree and her sister property, the less expensive Angsana Lang Co. In addition to the villas and hotel rooms the two properties share a lagoon pool, a very large swimming pool, a complete gym, two conference rooms, a yoga pavilion, a water sports center, two world class spas, and six restaurants. The two resorts are creatively connected by an artificial Disneyland type canal, colorfully lit by Hoi An lanterns and serviced by small boats which carry hotel guests free of charge between the two resorts.
The Central Pavilion and the open courtyards are tastefully decorated with designer pottery and traditional Vietnamese fabrics which are rich in appearance and which compliment the natural beauty of the building’s ambiance. The stunning architecture and design is reminiscent of the artistic Vietnamese dynasties and cultural richness of the lattice work wall panels’, massive wood doors, stone walls and enormous chandeliers which are fashioned after Hue’s ancient citadel walls.
Set on the unique 3 km crescent shaped Lang Co bay, the large resort includes a magnificent 18 hole championship golf course designed by the world famous course designer Sir Nick Faldo. The course is quite unique to the region and considered exceptional due to the variety of scenic terrain through which it passes.
There is a choice of four Banyan Tree Lang Co restaurants and three for Angasana. Quests from both resorts may eat at any of the seven excellent restaurants. The Water Court restaurant serves an extensive breakfast buffet plus a la cart menu items and delicious custom made Vietnamese coffee. In addition there is an international and Vietnamese cuisine served for both lunch and dinner. The beach front Italian restaurant Azura sets a more casual atmosphere with Italian dishes including an open pizza counter.
The Saffron is the signature restaurant at the Banyan Tree. Located at the peak of the hill it makes the most of it’s premier view position with a wrap around veranda displaying their incredible ocean views. The Thai cuisine served by The Saffron is considered by critics to be of world class. Satisfied hotel quests have made the food here known around the world. A special desert, not to be missed, is the deep fried banana fritters with salted-honey ice cream—this is a desert you will not soon forget.
There are complimentary daily busses available for those who would like to visit the three UNESCO World Heritage sites of Hue, the ancient ruins of My Son or Hoi An. Due to the distances involved they are considered day trips. You can also visit Danang if you’d like.
Pricing for The Banyan Tree Lagoon Pool Villas begins around $400 per night depending on the time of year for your visit.
Summer months are considered the ideal time to visit Central Vietnam. However many Banyan Tree quests report loving the resort even when its raining. I guess that’s up to you.
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