The Anam Recognized By CNT India’s Hot List

Aug. 14, 2017
Infinity pool in The Anam overlooking Long Beach

CAM RANH, Vietnam – The Anam, a new 117-villa and 96-room resort overlooking Vietnam’s pristine Long Beach, has won a coveted spot in Condé Nast Traveller India’s Hot List 2017.

The Indian version of the prestigious magazine brand has announced its annual compendium of the world’s best new hotels in its August-September edition, singling out the 13-hectare Anam for its “300m beachfront, three swimming pools, 3D movie theatre and range of dining options”.

Outside of India, only 12 hotels from across Asia made the cut. Twelve hotels in India, 13 in Europe, six in the Americas and Caribbean, five in Africa, three in the Middle East, and one in Australia and New Zealand each were selected, bringing the total number of properties included in the Hot List to 53 worldwide. 

Conde Nast Traveller India said its editors and reporters scoured the world to determine the list.

About The Anam, Condé Nast Traveller India notes: “This beach resort near Nha Trang, an hour's flight from Ho Chi Minh City is designed for a peaceful, stress-free vacation. Between the 300m beachfront, three swimming pools, 3D movie theatre and range of dining options, there's enough to keep you entertained. But chances are you may choose never to leave your ocean-facing villa.”

They also add: “The hotel's scale and multiple event venues makes it a great spot for saying ‘I do’ - think a poolside pre-wedding party, a sangeet in the ballroom and a wedding by the beach.”

Owner Pham Van Hien said he and The Anam’s team were thrilled to have been recognised by such a prestigious publication.

“There isn’t a more desirable place to be on the water in Vietnam and when I first discovered the land five years ago, I was struck by its breathtaking beauty and serenity, beginning an ambitious dream that has come to fruition in The Anam,” said Hien. “To receive such recognition so soon after our grand opening in April is incredible.”

For further information about The Anam, visit www.theanam.com