Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort unveils The Level Villas
Five-star Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort situated a two-hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City has launched a “resort within a resort” called The Level Villas that sets apart 61 upscale villas with their own private pools as well as a private lounge and a host of bespoke privileges.
The 17-hectare beachfront resort’s two-, three- and four-bedroom The Level Villas range in size from 220sqm to 465sqm and have their own private pools, BBQ areas, outdoor showers and gardens, living areas and separate dining areas. Spacious terraces and/or balconies jut from every villa.
Strategically dispersed across the resort, all of the villas lend themselves to private seafood BBQs, pool parties and floating breakfasts. Other experiences on offer in the villas include house parties with live music or a DJ, picnics in the garden, a private set menu dinner, and cooking and mixology classes.
The Level Three- and Four-Bedroom Villas, the leading accommodations, directly front Ho Tram beach, where the sun rises to the left and goes down to the right in a spectacular arc over the East Sea daily. Their huge living areas give way to a sublime outdoor setting, with a large infinity pool, sun loungers and an entertaining terrace, and, in turn, the beach.
The Level Villas provide access to a lounge and other private areas such as a pool, and breakfast overlooking the beach at Breeza Beach Club, Vietnam’s first Spanish beach club with a distinct Mediterranean vibe.
An array of privileges includes complimentary cocktail time, use of the lounge’s meeting room and the 10-treatment room YHI Spa’s sauna and steam bath, a pillow menu, and a superior level of personalized service overall with, for example, separate check-in and check-out and concierge service.
“As its name aptly suggests, The Level Villas will elevate the experience in Ho Tram to an entirely new level,” said the resort’s general manager Manuel Ferriol. “Drawing on our warm Spanish hospitality, we have created a resort within a resort priding itself on privacy and exclusivity.”
In-room services include a selection of digital newspapers and magazines, a capsule coffee maker and special tea station, and late check-out until 4pm subject to availability.
In addition to Breeza Beach Club, situated on the beach adjacent to a 1491 square metre pool, Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort is also home to all-day dining restaurant Sasa, fine dining restaurant Muoi, three swimming pools, a swim-up bar, a coffee shop, a ballroom and conference facilities, gymnasium, kid’s club, gift shop and more.
A broad spectrum of daily activities range from those that tap into Vietnamese culture including crafting traditional lanterns and painting conical hats to outdoor pursuits such as paddle board lessons, kayaking, cycling and basic tennis lessons and wellness sessions including aqua aerobics, Tabata, Zumba, sunrise yoga, tai chi and stretching. YHi Spa offers a vast selection of indulgent massages, facials and body scrubs based on natural, ecological products renowned for their antioxidant and regeneration properties.
The resort offers boat, bike and seafood wet market tours, as well as fishing and hiking, and visits to the Binh Chau hot spring and mud bath, to nearby Vung Tau city and to historical sites Long Tan and Long Phuoc. Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort is also within easy reach of The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip, a links style 18-hole championship golf course designed by golfing legend Greg Norman.
For more information about called The Level Villas at Meliá Ho Tram Beach Resort, visit www.melia.com, email email@example.com or call +84 (0) 254 3789 000.
About Meliá Hotels & Resorts
Meliá Hotels & Resorts is the best-known international brand in the portfolio of the Meliá Hotels International company; it has more than 100 city and resort hotels in the main leisure and business destinations of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. The brand offers exemplary meetings and events facilities in all important business cities as well as in exotic locations, catering to the ever-expanding conference and incentive travel market. As part of its innovation philosophy and new positioning, Meliá Hotels & Resorts has reinvented itself to cater to every aspect of the guests’ wellbeing. Unique experiences are created for guests and are defined by relaxation, quality time and personalised services. For a balanced lifestyle, Meliá Hotels & Resorts instinctively understands the guests’ needs and lifestyle expectations, which is an integral part of its redefined identity. Follow Meliá Hotels & Resorts on Twitter @MeliaHtlResorts, Facebook @Melia.Hotels and Instagram @meliahtlresorts. www.melia.com.
About Meliá Hotels International
Founded in 1956 in Palma de Mallorca (Spain), Meliá Hotels International is one of the largest hotel companies worldwide, as well as the absolute leader within the Spanish market, with more than 380 hotels (current portfolio and pipeline) throughout more than 40 countries and four continents, operated under the brands: Gran Meliá Hotels & Resorts, Paradisus by Meliá, ME by Meliá, Meliá Hotels & Resorts, INNSiDE by Meliá, Sol by Meliá and TRYP by Wyndham. The strategic focus on international growth has allowed Meliá Hotels International to be the first Spanish hotel company with presence in key markets such as China, the Arabian Gulf or the US, as well as maintaining its leadership in traditional markets such as Europe, Latin America or the Caribbean. Its high degree of globalisation, a diversified business model, the consistent growth plan supported by strategic alliances with major investors and its commitment to responsible tourism are the major strengths of Meliá Hotels International, being the Spanish Hotel leader in Corporate Reputation (Merco Ranking) and one of the most attractive to work worldwide. Meliá Hotels International is included in the IBEX 35 Spanish stock market index. Follow Meliá Hotels International on Weibo @MeliaHotelslnt , WeChat official account @MeliaHotelslnt, Twitter @MeliaHotelsInt , Facebook meliahotelsinternational and official website www.melia.com.
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