Zannier Hotels

Bai San Ho, Vietnam

Hand-washed textured walls, reclaimed timbers, bamboo and inside-outside living spaces. All located on white powder beaches fringed with palms and pines and studded with bizarre rock formations and tropical shells. This is Zannier Bai San Ho - fittingly translating to ‘bay of corals’ in Vietnamese - a design-lovers hideout and eco-resort set on a 245-acre slice of untamed, pure coastline far from the mainstream tourist path in the largely untouched Phu Yen province of Vietnam.

The entire property has been conceived to respect and value the surrounding environment, from its development to the daily operation. Surrounded by lush, native vegetation covering 97% of the premises, the resort has its own ecosystem, benefiting notably from abundant wealth of fruits, vegetables, and rice. On top of that, all main structures have been designed to blend local culture, know-how and nature - with the purpose of creating a sustainable environment for all communities around. This is the future of tourism.

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