Vast and white, like an enormous fridge that's been pushed onto its side by a belligerent giant, the Sailing Bay has the imprint of a designer who takes a utilitarian approach to accommodation, possibly with a background in heavy industry. Everything is big and impersonal; the wide, shiny corridors servicing the 200 odd rooms have all the allure of a private hospital, the rooms are the size of an entire flat, decked out like a show home. Service is enthusiastic but not necessarily efficient or accurate; a replacement kettle took 4 phone calls to procure whilst the front desk clerk enthusiastically informed us that we couldn't book tickets for the train to Nha Trang as it was full up. It turned out he meant the bus and was wrong about that anyway. Similarly, be warned it is *miles* from anywhere you would call a restaurant - about 3 in fact - so you'll need cabs to avoid dining in the mediocrity that is the hotel's (overpriced) restaurant. Bafflingly popular with the almost exclusively Russian speaking clientele which I can only prescribe to the Soviet style architecture. One of the few hotels where my heart sank the closer I got to it and noticeably lifted once we'd gone.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sailing Bay Beach Resort is located along immaculate golden beaches fringing the eastern Mui Ne coast, where you get to indulge and pamper yourself unlike anywhere else in Vietnam.With its picturesque setting, full modern amenities and impeccable service, The Sailing Bay Beach Resort is the ideal destination for romantic getaways, fun-filled family adventures and memorable company activities.Boasting 192 rooms with lovely sea views and furnished with modern comforts, the spacious and elegant deluxe rooms are designed to pamper you to the fullest. The beautifully landscaped resort also boasts a large swimming pool, it's own restaurant and pool bar, ballroom and meeting room facilities, as well as a gym with a view to the sea. Garden-View rooms come with their own private outdoor jacuzzis.If that's not enough, the resort is also home to the KNS (Kite-N-Surf) school with over 6 years of professional experience in Mui Ne water sport activities. Whether you are a newbie or a pro surfer, this is the ultimate spot for water sport action.The resort also organises excursions to the nearby sand dunes for crazy ATV fun, tours to some of the oldest Cham monuments, and unforgettable visits to beach fish markets where local merchants ply their fresh catches of the day. ... more less
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