Champa-inspired Architecture

Champa Inspiration In Mövenpick Resort Cam Ranh's Architecture

Mövenpick Resort Cam Ranh offers the latest luxury comforts and exceptional service to discerning holidaymakers and corporate guests. Located along Bai Dai Beach in the central Vietnamese province of Khanh Hoa, the stylishly modern resort offers a great spot to explore Cam Ranh’s pristine beaches and world-class facilities.

The resort features 500 well-appointed rooms, individual pool villas and apartments that overlook a 17 kilometer-long white sand coast. Boasting a deep-water harbor and stunning views, Cam Ranh Bay is becoming a popular tourist spot because of its natural beauty and ease of access via Cam Ranh International Airport.

Visiting to Cam Ranh – Khanh Hoa, guests can admire the ancient Cham architectural works such as Ponagar Ponagar Tower in Nha Trang. A original feature in the design of Cham temples and towers is “arch architecture” in particular in which each decorative motif bears its own meaning to convey Cham’s profound cultural and spiritual significance.

Inspired by local Cham style, the resort features 250 contemporary hotel rooms designed by the award-winning international hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates. All rooms offer direct sea views over the white sandy beach from expansive private balconies. Guests seeking more privacy and space will appreciate the 118 one to three-bedroom pool villas. The villas feature a collection of exquisite Champa antiques and exotic art pieces. Perfect for long-term stays, the 132 sea view studio apartments offer a fully furnished kitchenette as well as a large living and dining area.

Champa's Unique Arch Design

The ancient Champa culture is vividly introduced through the arch design in Mövenpick Resort Cam Ranh’s villa and throughout other smallest details of the resort.

Elegant Champa Statue In Villa's Bathroom

Along with that, the typical symbols such as stone statues or reliefs expressing Champa culture are also elegantly displayed in the interior and exterior spaces of the resort.