Lăng Cô is famous in Vietnam for its exceptionally unspoilt tranquility with sparkling turquoise waters and mountains soaring amidst white clouds. This historically favoured holiday retreat for Vietnamese royalty is accessible within an hour’s drive from the airports of Danang and Hue, and with direct flights to Danang from overseas. Lăng Cô sits at the crossroads of several distinctive UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the ancient capital city of Hue, Hoi An Ancient Town, and My Son Relics.
Perched at an altitude of 25 to 86 metres above sea level, the elegant Banyan Tree hill villas offer breathtaking panoramic views over the unique crescent bay with soaring mountains as a scenic backdrop. Each one- to three-bedroom villa’s living space is awash in natural light and harmonised with the tropical surroundings. Featuring a series of locally-inspired arts and furnishings, the design of each villa pays homage to the skills of Vietnamese artisans.