“The resort was built in a unique fusion of traditional Balinese and Vietnamese architectural and design elements. The vast tropical palm tree garden ensures a peaceful stay for guests, while shopping or dining venues are just a short stroll away.” – ww.agoda.com
There are quite number of resorts to stay in Mui Ne, ranging from budget to splurge. Though some resorts have narrow beachfront due to sand erosion. I booked a garden view bungalow in Ananda Resort from Agoda with free breakfast.
The resort is newly renovated and in a garden setting with towering coconut trees. The entrance is just along the highway so the bus will drop you right at the doorstep. It is equipped with a small pool at the beachfront.
The young ladies at the reception are friendly but shy. They can speak English well so I don’t have any problem checking in. They help me as well to book a motorbike for me to use roaming around the place.
The restaurant is also the beachfront so technically you will be having breakfast by the beach. That’s awesome. The place is right at the middle of the Mui Ne’s long beach. A very good spot to lay down on the bench, chilling and watching those doing kite surfing.
For more details of the resort, you can check their website http://www.ananda.vn/.