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Ana Mandara Villas Dalat to expand

Released at: 17:16, 21/12/2016

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat to expand

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Additional accommodation added and conference space to be built in celebration of resort's 10th anniversary.

by Doanh Doanh

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat has celebrated its landmark 10th anniversary by adding more than ten rooms for guests staying in early 2017.

As it enters its second decade the resort also enters into a new phase of development, with brand promises to deliver a complete destination experience and multifunction services to guests. According to the resort’s Chairwowan Ms. Le Ha, it will build a conference area with a capacity of about 200, for guests, workshops, or destination weddings.

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat is also offering a promotion package for only VND4,950,000 for a two-night stay in a Villa Room, including daily breakfast for two, airport pick-up, early check-in (subject to availability), and a 20 per cent discount on spa services and 10 per cent on F&B and excursions. The promotion is valid from now to February 28 when booked directly on its website or its reservation service.

Opened in December 2006, Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa is set in the cool climate of the rural highlands of central Vietnam, amid lush rolling hills and just a five-minute drive from the center of Da Lat.

It comprises 17 fully-restored luxury French-style villas converted into 72 guest rooms, preserving the original design, décor and charm from the 1920s and 1930s. The villas boast a view of the surrounding town and countryside and are in all areas of the gently sloping hillside property.

Villas have two rooms, each with a different vibe and a distinguished design and interior. One room features old wooden ceilings and mountain views while the other has a working fireplace and old wooden doors leading directly to the garden.

All have wooden floors, with the creaking sound of the floorboards adding charm to the experience. Both rooms also have beautiful large bathrooms with free standing bath tubs that are very much appreciated on cold Da Lat evenings.

The furniture and decor are in dark wood, in keeping with the style and design of the villas. Together they give guests a cozy feeling, as if they were at home.

The local hills were reconstructed for resort purposes, with an outdoor heated swimming pool, while the Le Petit Restaurant and La Cochinchine Spa were incorporated into existing villas, turning the resort into a small countryside village set nearby crowded city life just five minutes away.

While walking around the resort, guests will see the green garden where the resort grows organic vegetables and herbs along with fruit trees.

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