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"Play tennis, sail a Hobie Cat or spend time at the spa: it's a revelation. The yoga pavilion sits on a lotus-flower-filled lake and there are daybeds on wooden platforms hidden among the trees, where you can sip post-treatment ginger and lemongrass tea."

"Miles from the east coast's other hotel heavyweights, this is unchartered territory where you can zone out in style."

Condé Nast Traveller, UK
on Amanoi, May 2014

 “From the gorgeous approach along a twisty cliff face, you have to peer closely, looking past the colossal boulders that seem propped on precipices as if placed there by giants, for a roof peak here or a pool edge there, to realize just how close you are to Eden. That sense of subtlety carries into the grounds of the sprawling property, where secrets lie around every corner, where each of the 36 guest pavilions is different and cloistered from one another behind foliage and down hidden walkways.”

Travel+Leisure, Southeast Asia
on Amanoi, February 2014

"But while Amanoi's austere interior celebrates simplicity ..this retreat in Vietnam's Nui Chua National Park is an indulgent affair."

Robb Report, India
on Amanoi, February 2014
"This hotel has the prettiest spa setting ever – the first  thing you see when you arrive is the open-air yoga."
 
"Go for the Vietnamese massage, which begins with a dry, firm massage (concentrating on your neck and back), before an aromatherapy massage and cupping, where hot upside-down cups are pulled across your back and lifted off (brilliant for the circulation)."
 
"Afterwards, relax on a raised daybed in the forest, sipping refreshing ginger and lemongrass tea, and listening to crickets chirping in the trees. Blissful."
Matchesfashion.com, UK
on Amanoi, January 2014

"The road to get here is still being built - that's how remote it is - which is exactly the joy of the place."

"There's a Beach Club cafe, with a proper-sized, slate-lined infinity pool, curl of pale yellow sand and views of glinting sea, just a winding buggy ride down the hill. But it's up here at the restaurant in the Central Pavilion that you get the knockout view. Sit right on the edge in the open air and feast on fresh shrimp rice-paper rolls and the sweetest mango sorbet for pudding. Nothing much happens, in a good way."

Condé Nast Traveller, UK
on Amanoi, January 2014
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