The ultra-luxe Banyan Tree Lăng Cô is an all-pool villa resort set on the remote central coast of Vietnam, in the foothills of the Truong Son mountains and on the longest private beach in Lăng Cô. Designed like a Vietnamese village, a collection of enormous beach, lagoon and hillside villas are dotted along the beach or overlooking lush green grounds and a lagoon. All feature clay-tiled roofs and gorgeous open courtyards, inspired by the traditional homes in the nearby imperial city of Huế, and an expansive outdoor living area that includes your very own pool.
On a three kilometre-long sandy beach in central Vietnam, overlooking a secluded bay and hugged by a jungle-covered mountain range, lies Angsana Lăng Cô.
The resort is home to 229 stylish suites and rooms (almost half of which have their own private plunge pool) and shares its sprawling 280ha space and incredible facilities – such as a private beach, award-winning spa, acclaimed restaurants, water sports centre, Nick Faldo-designed championship golf course and epic 300m freshwater swimming pool – with its nearby sister property, the renowned Banyan Tree Lăng Cô. Together, they create Vietnam’s first integrated resort, the Laguna Lăng Cô. The resort’s proximity to three exceptional UNESCO World Heritage Sites is the cherry on top of this cake.
With more than 1,000 jewel-like islands scattered across the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean, it’s no wonder the Maldives routinely crops up on bucket lists. Many of the islands remain uninhabited, but those occupied often boast single-island luxury resorts where you can explore and enjoy your own private paradise.
Just on the outskirts of Brisbane's CBD in Paddington and minutes from Suncorp Stadium, Gambaro Hotel Brisbane is a boutique luxury hotel that offers couples the perfect romantic city break.
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