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All Mandarin Suites feature a private veranda, in-suite dressing room with specially-designed bathtub and a separate rain shower, and interiors infused with the mood of Vietnamese modern. Of the 36 Mandarin Suites, seven offer Twin beds and 29 offer King-sized beds (Double or single); 11 are adjoining rooms (Double and Double) and seven are connecting rooms (Twin and Double). They are 75 m2 overall (room and veranda). THE DINING ROOM: Choices between al fresco and indoor dining offering French gastronomical traditions, an extensive wine list and an ocean view with capacity 40 persons. Opening time: 06:30am ? 10:30pm THE TERRACE: All-day dining on the deck of the main infinity pool offering dishes from classic barbecues to intercontinental gourmet favorites and Asian specialties with capacity: 80 persons. Opening time: 06:30am ? 10:30pm Princess d?Annam is Vietnam?s first all-villa luxury boutique resort, designed with a mix of post-colonial ambience and modernist sensibility. Lobby takes main part of hotel on the ground floor and connected to lounge which service 24 hours Designed by award winning architect Tan Hock Beng, founder of Singapore-based MAPS Design Studio and leading figure in modern tropical architecture and resort design, the exceptional structure of Princess d?Annam Resort & Spa is a modern interpretation of French colonial-style fused with Oriental imagery. Dedicated to exploring new concepts of elegance and sensuality in hospitality design, Tan created a resort with a heightened sense of the tactile and the sensual. The Resort?s generosity of space spells privacy and true luxury with large openings through gleaming white patterned walls that bring the ocean breeze and breathtaking view of sky and sand into the premise. The guest is at once intimately close to the elements of nature, while surrounded by sophisticated luxury redefined by infused modernity. The unique masonry foundations of the 57 villas imbue a sense of gravitas and history, balanced by roofs characterized by lightness and dignity. Ornate latticework and rubbled walls bring a dainty, quaint atmosphere to its panoramic resort setting.