An Hoa Residence

An Hoa Residence has been open since 2009 to provide a relaxing haven away from the hustle of city life. It is one of the first luxury beach villas in Long Hai, a less travelled and more peaceful part of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, only half an hour’s drive from Vung Tau city.

The first impression when you walk into An Hoa Residence is that it looks like a French village, with a cobbled road leading down to its own private beach. All the villas in An Hoa Residence are painted in white, red and blue colors, and intertwined with green foliage, creating a vibrant, refreshing ambience that makes you feel at home right away.

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Each of the 4-star-worthy villas is elegantly designed and fully furnished, with different themes and styles, combining traditional Vietnamese and Western elements. The common areas include a fully equipped kitchen with dining table, an impressive lounge with a large TV screen and karaoke devices, and a private pool outside.

There is so much you can do during your stay at An Hoa Residence: swimming in the pool or just chilling under the sun, with a good book or an ice-cold beer, and the company of those closest to you. When the sun goes down, the friendly staff will gladly prepare a feast of finely grilled seafood and other Vietnamese delicacies as you gather by the poolside, enjoying the atmosphere of a chilled night near the sea.

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There are four types of villas: Duplex (two rooms), Triplex (three rooms), Penthouse (four rooms), and Penthouse (six rooms). The Penthouses are undoubtedly the best that An Hoa Residence has to offer, with two floors and a rooftop terrace. All rooms are large and equipped with comfortable beds and lighting, and some of the rooms also have wooden cribs for young children.

With a total of 28 spacious rooms, An Hoa Residence offers various options for families, groups of friends, and companies looking to have an enjoyable getaway. There is also a separate conference room for important meetings in a scenic setting.

Worry not when you are only surrounded by nature, for the restaurant serves traditional food like you would have it with a Vietnamese family in the countryside, buffet breakfast included. You can choose what to order for the rest of the day and the staff will prepare your meals accordingly.

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It is the attentive service of the staff here that sets An Hoa Residence apart. The team will make an effort to accommodate all your needs and requirements. Their friendly manners give you the feeling that their service is not so much about formalities as about honest concerns for the wellbeing of their guests.

The location of An Hoa Residence is also recommendable as it is not too far from Vung Tau city, where there are more options for entertainment, and at the same time secluded enough for you to enjoy its peacefulness, while taking walks on the beach or the mountainside road. You might meet a few local people along the way who are fishing or taking photos with loved ones, but most of all, the magnitude of nature will leave you in awe.

Local Insight

If the weather allows, ask the staff to help you start a bonfire on the beach.

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