Ki-em Art House
Fantastic design, a beautiful place to stay
What we say:
This place is one of the most beautiful resorts we've seen in all Vietnam. Designed by a Vietnamese-German artist, it's like a small fantasy land with gorgeous accommodation and facilities to match. To call them bungalows would be unfair -- cottages seems more appropriate. They are covered in rustic, earthy colours, tastefully constructed from wood and topped with a thatch roof. Walking through the garden area towards the sea leads to the communal relaxation room, a vast area with a huge wooden table for meals -- there's also a terrace for eating and drinking outside. Wooden decking allows a great view of the South China Sea, steps lead down the hill and to the shore. A Spa is due to open here in February 2007 making this a total R&R haven.
Contact details:Dong Hai, Ninh Hai, Ninh Hoa. T: (058) 670 952 F: (058) 670 954
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What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Superior - Double||127 USD||127 USD||Garden view. $79 for a single|
|Deluxe- Double||147 USD||147 USD||Sea view. $99 for a single|
Added to Travelfish on: 31st January, 2007
Last visited or updated on: 31st January, 2007
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Wonderful place to cool down
Super resort to relax, calm down, think... The place is designed with intelligence. The food is fresh and tasty. Here, ''Serving people'' takes its noble meaning as everything is done with little and discrete attentions (i let discover them). The beach is nice too. Highly recommended.
Ki-em Art House reviewed by Jonfromsaigon (Total reviews: 2) on
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