"Designed and built for those who demand nothing but the very best, Mia is one of the best resorts in Nha Trang."

Offering romantic rooms and its own private beach, the resort is the perfect place to find peace, relaxation and comfort.

The hotel features condos, suites and villas, set on sand or cliffs and all with sea views. For the best vistas, opt for a Cliff Villa and you and your loved one can gaze off into the sunset from your own infinity pool each evening. Dine at Sandals, one of the best restaurants in Vietnam that serves Vietnamese and western cuisine. Relax and unwind at Xanh Spa, a retreat that promises to rejuvenate your senses and your soul. 


Translated from Vietnamese, MIA means “sugar cane” and this green, tropical plant is a fitting symbol for the modern, uniquely designed buildings with grass roofs that merge effortlessly into the landscape. Every one of the 50 rooms has a sea view - there is no need to ask for one. This ideal setting of peace and quiet is the ideal place to unwind. There are three choices of Nha Trang accommodation: Villas, Condos and Mia Suites. As with any good design, simplicity is the key. The Villas are identical in design, as are the Condos. The only difference is that some have splash pools whilst others have more garden. All the rooms were built with your comfort in mind, blending contemporary living with luxurious designs. Ample space is offered in all our room categories and each has its own private veranda, which offers the discerning guest the option of experiencing a beach getaway in ultimate privacy, away from other guests.


The location of Mia allows you to really get out and explore the area. A wealth of activities is available – how much you choose to do is up to you. Mia is located only 20 minutes from the city of Nha Trang and the convenient Mia shuttle bus allows you to easily explore the city. Water sports, Vietnam travel tours, night markets, dining, historical landmarks are all only a short ride away.

  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Yoga
  • Free WiFi
  • Gym
  • Shuttle bus
  • Kid's club
  • Watersports 
  • Scuba diving
  • Tennis
  • Golf locally
  • Cooking classes


The Mia Resort offers two high end restaurants - the renowned Sandals which serves stunning Vietnam and Western cuisine, and the swanky Mojito's, where you can enjoy luxurious cocktails and beautifully presented light meals. There are also low-key fining options in the form of a snack bar/deli and a picnic area. 

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Nha Trang's position in southern central Vietnam gives the region its prolonged dry season, which stretches from January to August. During this time temperatures will also average around 28ºC, making any of these months an ideal time to visit. The peak time for tourists is between June and August, so if you want to beat the crowds, hold off until early September - the beaches and cities should be less busy by then.

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