Vietnam’s Allezboo Beach Resort is extraordinarily beautiful and still largely undiscovered by the rest of the world.
By Emelyn Daly
With their aquamarine waters, ivory sand and verdant jungle foliage,
Asia boasts some of the most magical beachscapes in the world.
In Southeast Asia, great value and comfort does exist beyond a backpacker’s type hostel and the bankrupting prices of high-end resorts.
Allezboo Beach Resort and Spa, Vietnam’s answer to your luxury getaway
at very affordable prices.
Watercolors: a pool, on the way to the beach
Allezboo, located just three hours east of Ho Chi Minh City, is accessible yet secluded, and affordable. Rooms start at just $80 per night. Allezboo offers perks that far outshine the offerings of a normal mid-range hotels in Vietnam. An exotic and luxurious escape with superlative service and total privacy. With just 67 rooms, Allezboo brings you highly personalized service in an extraordinarily beautiful, intimate setting. The staff-to-guest ratio is luxuriously extravagant.
The general manager, Hijaaz Latheef, understands Allezboo’s unique location right on the beach, and now the gardens have matured to rival the attraction of the sand and surf. “We will celebrate 10 years this October!” he shared like a proud papa.
Mr. Hijaaz Latheef, General Manager
All of Allezboo’s rooms have private balconies and most have ocean views.
Wake up to the sight of the sapphire-blue Pacific. Feel the velvety soft breeze against your skin. For sporty types, there’s kitesurfing and volleyball.
An extensive Complimentary breakfast is provided above the poolside terrace.
Then wander down to Allezboo’s exclusive beachfront.
Feel the sand under your feet and paddle in the crisp ocean waters.
Inside a spectacular villa
For relaxation try Allezboo’s Lotus Spa. Tucked away in plumeria-scented gardens is a traditionally inspired Vietnamese house. Offering a full menu of services from reflexology to body detox wraps.
For sporty types, there’s kitesurfing and volleyball.
There’s the Tropical Bar poolside for lunch. Or later a great spot to chillout with an icy cold beer or a sunset cocktail.
The Tropical Snack Bar, which looks like a place we want to be right now
The food at Allezboo’s main restaurant, ‘CATCH’ features live seafood.
Together with crossover Vietnamese and western dishes, like local oyster with sea urchin foam to the titillate adventurous eaters
There are also plenty of interesting things to do beyond Allezboo. The resort can arrange for you trips to The Forgotten Land Sculpture Park A menagerie of soaring sand sculptures including human and animal figures. Nearby are the
Poshanu Cham Towers, sacred temple remains famed for captivating visitors with spellbinding architectural detail and mysteries of the Cham people. There’s also Fairy Stream, a soft red creek that gets its name from the pitted surrounding rock formations.
For the absolute luxury experience, Try Allezboo’s PRESIDENTIAL VILLA a self-contained mansion. Experience how movie stars live. Large rooms adorned with Vietnamese art and accent furniture harmonise with the elegant French décor. Outside are vast tropical gardens and a huge private pool. Inside, a sprawling living room and giant media center. As you might expect a 24/7 butler service is available to indulge your every fleeting caprice, including having dinner prepared for 12 in your personal chef’s kitchen And, for all that, it will only cost you $1,115 per night. A fraction of the price you may pay elsewhere around the world.
A villa on the property, with pool outside