A unique 5-star beach resort at the heart of Vietnam’s pristine archipelago.
50 wood-paneled eco villas offer breathtaking ocean views and blend into the pristine surroundings, making you feel truly one with nature. Contemporary exterior design reflects the essence of a traditional local fishing village, while beautiful woodwork, floor-to-ceiling windows, outdoor tropical showers and breezy white linens create interiors oozing the comfort of barefoot luxury. Each villa comes with a private pool, providing guests with an intimate space to relax and soak in the views.
Staying at the Six Senses Con Dao resort provides a unique opportunity to slow down and connect with yourself and nature on one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Guests can enjoy private pools and a pristine beach, go for a bike ride to a neighboring village,embark on a hike through the island’s untouched forests, join a diving and snorkeling trip or take a boat to explore the nearby islands.
Six Senses Con Dao is committed to improving the ecological and carbon footprint resulting from the resort and spa operation, utilizing sustainable infrastructure principles. Resort management cooperates with local authorities toprotect and restore the unique reef system in the bay that is home to a number of endangered marine species. There are also programs in place to support the local community by providing sources of clean drinking water to local pre-schools and kindergartens, as well as organizingfree swimming lessons to help prevent drowning – the leading cause of death for children in the area.
True to Six Senses’ philosophy of selecting remote yet accessible destinations in areas of outstanding natural beauty
True to Six Senses’ philosophy of selecting remote yet accessible destinations in areas of outstanding natural beauty, Con Dao Island is a breathtaking location, protected for decades as a national marine park. With over 340 species of hard and soft corals, teeming with a colorful array of marine life, the island’s reef system supports a high level of biodiversity and over 1,400 currently recorded marine species. The bay area in front of the resort provides prime habitat and feeding grounds to a small population of dugongs, a species of endangered marine mammals listed in the Red Book of Vietnam.