Lovely -- exudes an air of relaxing calm
This is one of those places: if you're looking to stay here, you ain't lookin' it up on Travelfish! And you have no idea where Qui Nhon is and don't particularly care.
You book it through your travel agent, someone picks you up at the airport, whisks you to your room, and there you 'make like a cauliflower' for as long as you can afford to. But if you're looking for someone to second the advice of your travel agent (or life coach) here's the score. The Life Resort is set on the most beautiful piece of beach in the area -- great rock formations, an island across the water, gorgeous sand, the works. The high end design is aesthetically pleasing, and the whole place exudes an air of relaxing calm. The infinity pool is nice, but a little small. The rooms are located in a rather uninspired rectangular building along the beach, but they all offer views and the interiors are good and sumptuous -- large fluffy beds with excellent bedding, and a design that incorporates contrasts like cool slate and warm bamboo to create 'dynamic tension in harmony.' We just made that up, but it sounds like something you'd read in Architectural Digest. Anyway, its disgustingly posh, and we wish we could afford to stay here. In case you're wondering about the 'wellness' aspect, there's a full range of pricey spa services, though the restaurant does serve bacon and eggs for breakfast and the bar is fully-stocked. Be well.
Last updated on 23rd July, 2007.