Six Senses Con Dao

Six Senses Con Dao is all about luxurious, fully sustainable villas that hit all the right eco-resort notes, enhanced by an elegant design sensibility that delivers tidy, urbane living spaces to unspoiled waterfronts. Located on a pristine island in Vietnam’s southern archipelago, Six Senses Con Dao offers modern comforts in an edge-of-the-world setting. Con Dao has been built with the very lightest ecological footprint. The thinking is innovative, beginning the moment you arrive in the main guest area, which resembles a local fishing village complete with market stalls.



Each of the resort’s rustic 50 pool villas has its own pool, with sun loungers and a private pathway down to the sand if you’ve booked an Ocean Front one (recommended). The decor is neutral to match the wooden walls: linen sofas with bright cushions providing a little color, hanging towel rails made of rope and billowing white mosquito nets around the vast beds. Bathrooms are spacious and impressive, with a choice of ablution locations, whether it’s the outdoor shower, the indoor bath or at either of the twin sinks.





The Con Dao islands comprise the 16 landmasses that form a national and marine park, an hour’s flight from Ho Chi Minh City. The hotel is on Con Dao Island’s southern shore, and its villas are either on the beach or a short walk inland.


Six Senses is a 45-minute flight from Ho Chi Min City to Co Ong Airport on the mainland, followed by a 10-minute transfer to the resort on Con Dao Island.





The Vietnamese kitchen, or to give it its proper name Vietnamese at the Market, is the heart and soul of the resort and led by Ms Len. A smorgasbord of Vietnamese delicacies of noodles, soups, rice, rolls and wraps are made freshly to order. Other dining options include Deli’cious and By the Beach, where Asian fusion meets French – truly mouth-watering. The resort also offers a menu of destination dining experiences including beach barbeques, cooking classes and wine cellar dining.





Guests can enjoy holistic treatments in the spa are designed to re-balance the senses, where therapists will advise on matters such as beauty care and herbal remedies. In the resort’s recreated Vietnamese village it’s fun to shop for local handicrafts.

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