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Mia Resort Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (VND4,790,000.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

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Green, serene Cam Lam bay

Mia means ‘sugarcane’ and stays at Mia Resort sure are sweet, thanks to the private beach, excellent restaurant and romantic rooms set on sand or cliffs. In the peaceful spa, guests are rubbed with coconut oil or coffee grains; if you want to explore, a free shuttle service deposits guests in nearby Nha Trang.

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A bottle of sparkling wine on arrival; a 15-minute massage on arrival; return transfers from the city centre and a snorkelling lesson in the resort's swimming pool (Tues-Fri)

Facilities Need to know

50, including two suites.

12 noon; earliest check-in, 2pm.

Double rooms from £137.98 (VND4,165,217), excluding tax at 15 per cent.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (VND4,790,000.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Rates include breakfast (choose from buffet options at Sandals restaurant, à la carte in Mojito’s bar, or in bed). WiFi is free and in-room treats include a fruit basket, Vietnamese coffee, tea and iPods on-loan.

Ask staff to arrange a picnic for you: your hamper will be groaning with sandwiches, cupcakes, a cheeseboard and a carafe of fruit juice. Take your haul to the garden, the beach or your bedroom. Just be sure to book it two hours ahead.

At the hotel

Beach, gardens, spa. In-room: flatscreen TV, iPod dock, WiFi (or wired internet), minibar, bathrobes, slippers and Thann bath products.

Our favourite rooms

For the best views of the bunch (and a private infinity pool that will have you throwing off your clothes and hopping into swimwear), book a Cliff Villa. Courting couples seeking seclusion will love the villas’ privacy (their distance from the beach, pool and restaurant may be less of an attraction for families); Villa 512 is the most remote, and therefore our antisocial favourite. Ocean View Condos are just a more dollars daily than the Garden Views; the uninterrupted sea views are well worth the upgrade.

Bathing bookworms will love the glittering turquoise pool, overlooked by Nha Trang Mountains, flanked by sun loungers, palm trees and cabanas, and equipped with a mini-library of novels for guests to borrow. The pool is right by the beach and restaurant, so you can hop from one to the other.

Packing tips

Don’t get bruises bringing your surfboard: the hotel has a little shop in the lobby, which caters to all your nautical needs. You can also pick up gifts and souvenirs for the folks back home.

Guests staying at the hotel on 24 December, 25 December, 31 December or 1 January must have either lunch or dinner at the hotel.

Little Smiths will lose their hearts to the private beach and restaurant, where the young-at-heart menu includes ‘fisherman’s’ fish and chips, ice-cream, juices and milkshakes. Babysitting can be arranged; extra beds can be added.

Kids aged eight or under, but teens will love it here, too.

Recommended rooms

There are three Family condos in the Oceanview block on the ground floor. These are effectively two interconnecting one-bedroom condos with a double and a twin room– perfect for families of all ages. The Garden Villas are close to all the main facilities.

None, but there’s a small room next to Sandals restaurant stocked with toys, board games, DVD player, Wii and kids’ movies. You wouldn’t want to leave your little ones here all day, but it’s a great place to drop them off for a few hours while you hit the spa or have a romantic meal a deux.


At 2pm on Saturdays, the hotel has Bake and Make, where children can make cupcakes with the amiable chefs. On Sunday mornings, there are painting and colouring-in sessions.

Swimming pool

Four pots that appear to float on the water mark out the children’s pool, which has a shallow end. Pool toys and games can be provided. Kids will love playing on the beach all day long: it’s safe, peaceful and protected. The sea is generally calm.

The different dining options on offer each night are designed to please families: children can enjoy familiar treats such as pizza and barbecued meat, as well as sampling Vietnamese dishes at the weekly buffet. Kids will be pleased to see familiar Coco Pops sitting alongside the more healthy breakfast options.


Book three hours ahead for babysitting, which costs VND150 an hour. Overnight babysitting can also be arranged for VND1,000 (the sitter will sleep in the children’s room).

No need to pack

Don’t weigh your case down with toys and books: the hotel provides arm bands, floats, books, U- and 12-rated DVDs, games consoles, arts and crafts stuff, board games and puzzles.

Food and Drink

Who doesn’t like a meal that comes with lantern light and a soundtrack of crashing waves? For both the above, sit out on the terrace: it’s dangerously romantic, come sunset: Smiths might find themselves spouting proposals (indecent or otherwise).

Dress Code

Mermaid/merman washed up on dry land: shots of aqua; light linen layers; wooden jewellery.

Hotel restaurant

Recognising that sunbathing and sea-frolicking are hungry work, the hotel has an excellent beachside restaurant, Sandals, where guests can enjoy succulent seafood and refreshing fruity drinks/ice-cold alcohol. Different nights of the week are dedicated to different dishes: Monday honours pasta; on Wednesday there’s a Vietnamese buffet (with Vietnamese liquor for the brave/foolish); Friday is pizza night and on Saturdays, there’s a barbecue.

Fan of mojitos? You’ll be a fan of Mojitos, which served at least eight varieties, last time we counted (if we got our figures wrong, it’s the rum’s fault). Sip your way through ginger, whatijo (watermelon), lemongrass and lychee varieties, flavoured with fresh green sugarcane and rum from local islands. Wine-lovers will also be kept well lubricated, thanks to the Beachhouse South African collection that the hotel serves. The bar boasts all the charms you’d expect from a beachside drinking den: airy interiors, chill-out tracks playing softly in the background and dazzling views.

Last orders

The set-up is relaxed: breakfast is served from 7am until 10am; anything else can be eaten from 10am until 1am.

Room service

Just reading the room service menu could take you from 7am until 1am (which is when treats can be brought to your room): the generous selection includes salads, burgers, wraps and pizzas, as well as Vietnamese options such as pho and spring rolls.


The closest airport is Cam Ranh International, 15 km away (www.nhatrangairport.com). Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar Pacific offer regular scheduled flights to and from Nha Trang (Cam Ranh) airport. Hotel transfers cost VND138,000 a person, each way.

Nha Trang station, 25km away (a half-hour drive), is a stop on the main railway-line connecting Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (https://vietnam-railway.com). The Reunification Express (www.vr.com.vn) connects the north and south of the country with Nha Trang en route. Nightly sleeper berths are available to and from Ho Chi Minh City, Danang and Hanoi – first class with air-con is really the only way to go.


Nha Trang city is a 20-minute drive away. Witnessing the traffic on the coastal highway, you’ll be relieved that self-drive is unavailable for visitors. Organising a car with a driver through the hotel is a more relaxing option.

Worth getting out of bed for

This is the kind of place where you can quite happily flop around all day doing diddly squit, or spend the day getting to grips with aquatic adventures: snorkelling at either end of the beach, where coral grows near the rocks and gem-coloured fish flit away happily; paddle boarding or kayaking, or simply borrowing a lilo and floating on the waves, working on your tan. Take part in free yoga sessions on the beach on Saturday afternoons (or a private class, for an extra charge). Staff can also arrange scuba diving sessions with experts. The hotel has a free shuttle service to nearby Nha Trang which makes three return journeys daily. Nha Trang is a buzzing town with vibrant nightlife, high-rise hotels and some excellent eateries, if you tire of what’s on Mia’s beachy doorstep (unlikely). You can hire a motorbike in Nha Trang and explore the local markets and beaches on two wheels, or even venture to the hot springs. Boat trips can be organised from Nha Trang by the hotel. Adults can take part in cookery classes run by the hotel. The advanced class is well worth opting for: guests start early with a trip to the local market for an iced coffee amid the locals and the chance to pick out ingredients from the street vendors. If you opt for this class, an apron and Mia cookbook is included in the cost. Sports fiends can also ask staff to point them in the direction of the nearest tennis courts, gym and golf course. Lovebirds: wander beyond the Cliff Villas and you’ll stumble across a secluded spot designed with trysts in mind: a sweet swing for two that faces the ocean. Keep this on the quiet, mind, nobody seems to know that it’s there…

Local restaurants

Really, there are three restaurants at Sailing Club (+84 (0)58 352 4628; www.sailingclubvienam.com), covering Vietnamese, French, Italian, Indian and just about every point in between (the seafood is excellent). It’s the perfect spot for the indecisive diner. The stunning beachfront locale (72-74 Tran Phu street) makes it the place for a long lunch that turns into a sundowner. It shares owners with Mia, so you can expect quality. Mr Smith will be itching to drop by Louisiane Brewhouse (+84 (0)58 352 2259; www.louisianebrewhouse.com.vn), a legendary microbrewery at 29 Tran Phu Boulevard, with its ‘tasting platter’ of dark, amber, wheat and pilsener varieties. It’s also right on the beach and has a swimming pool. Oh yes, the food. There is a generous selection of international plates, plus some authentic Vietnamese as evidenced by the sheer number of locals here. Lac Canh (+84 (0)58 382 1391) on 44 Nguyen Binh Khiem Street is a Nha Trang institution: the Vietnamese come in their hordes to enjoy this establishment’s tabletop barbecue. Lobster, beef, prawns and squid all go one and you get to choose whether it comes off rare or well done.

Local cafés

Same Same But Different Café (+84 (0)58 352 4079) at gets the thumbs-up from travellers for breakfast, especially for those hankering for muesli, pancakes and other tastes from home.

Local bars

As lounge-y as it gets in Nha Trang, Guava (+84 (0)58 382 6528) on 17 Biet Thu Street is a hip hangout with chill-out chairs and a lengthy cocktail list worthy of thorough investigation. If you like what you see, there’s a newer, bigger Guava around the corner run by the same folks.

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‘OMG. Dad, you have to come and see this’. I was dragged from our stately four-poster by my Instagram-crazy, 15-year old daughter and led by the hand to the private infinity pool at the back of our suite. Even I had to admit that the view was pretty special: far out over the South China Sea and round an immaculate white-sand cove.

It’s not a bad start to this Smith family’s three-night escape at Mia Resort in Vietnam’s Nha Trang, and it’s a welcome respite after enduring a 10-hour train marathon yesterday, riding down the coast from historic Hoi An in ‘soft seat’ splendour aboard an aged workhorse of the Reunification Express. Express in name only, the family had agreed. So the local speciality – nuoc mia sugarcane juice – and light pudding we had been graciously offered on arrival at the hotel late the night before was especially welcome. We gulped them down in the cool splendour of Mia Resort’s reception area, open to the black starry sky, calmly watched over at a 45-degree angle by a seated Buddha.

A rather less serene topless Buddha with 16 arms greeted us over breakfast in the Sandals Restaurant, smiling placidly over the juice bar. We went Asian fusion, mixing maki rolls and wasabi with my new favourite dish, Vietnamese pho beef broth, together with eggs Norwegian and Nutella-slathered crêpes. All washed down with dragon fruit juice and the best cappuccino I had tasted east of Italy.

The bathroom is the most important part of any hotel for me, and la Mia didn't disappoint. But, I was left with a major challenge: which way to cleanse? A sunken marble bath tub so large I could almost do lengths, furnished with a prickly loofah and green-stone crystal bath salts? Or one of our pair of outdoor showers? Each with a modesty-protecting shield of bamboo trees and a sneaky door direct to our private pool, the banks of which were dotted with lounging blue-headed lizards? I wondered: could preprandial mojitos be delivered here?

Before hitting the harder stuff, green tea was the order of the day in the Xanh Spa, where Mrs Smith had convinced me to join her for the couple’s signature experience. So while young Master and Ms Smith gingerly tried their first facial massages – ticklish, but relaxing, we were later told – Mrs Smith and I were put into the care of two young Vietnamese women – with expert fingers – to guide us through our spa escapade. Stage one was being smothered head to toe in dark chocolate, good enough to lick, then wrapped in plastic and temporarily abandoned. With hot aromatic towels over my eyes, coupled with the masseuses’ lack of English, I had little idea what was coming next. Only a stifled giggle from Mrs Smith on the adjacent bed alerted me to the next new sensation. Our bodies were pummelled, scrubbed and soothed through the subsequent chapters of our adventure: a full-body massage and a sea-salt facial scrub finale.

As night was soon to fall, Mrs and Ms Smith scrambled over shallow rocks to reach the sea. After their escapade, we stayed by the beach for dinner, where a full moon, aided by an old-school paraffin lamp, provided all the light needed for us to peruse the menu. Feeling adventurous, Mrs Smith chose a meringue-based salmon dish, while the rest of the family selected more mainstream tuna sashimi, steak and meaty sandwiches. A Vietnamese jelly-and-fruit combo, served inside a coconut atop a banana leaf, was the dessert highlight.

The next morning, we decided it was time for some beach action. A blue flag fluttered in the southerly breeze, which we soon discovered meant that a summer storm was approaching, with heavy swell and strong foamy breakers. My 17-year-old son and I paddled out to the furthest possible point, marked by bamboo buoys, before we all retired to the relative safety of the resort’s main pool for free scuba lessons beneath the pineapple palms.

The pool, with overflowing Grecian urns marking out an area for the young to play in, was surrounded by immaculately manicured turf and trimmings, worthy of the world’s best golf courses, pruned by a team of gardeners sporting conical nón lá hats. I enjoyed the surreal show of them mowing the eco-friendly green roofs. They smiled as we mangled the complex intonation of the few Vietnamese words we’d learnt: cam on (thank you).

On our final night we’d planned to be adventurous and explore nearby party town Nha Trang. But Mia had us firmly under her spell, so we tried La Baia, her hideaway Italian restaurant. We walked around the coast from our suite to the far end of the resort. Along the way, we discovered tennis and basketball courts and a barn full of guest bikes. For dinner, we mixed and matched pizza with excellent local sea bass from the buffet. We had been offered the chance to host a private dinner on the beach, with a sizzling Vietnamese barbecue lit by four flaming torches around a linen-clad table. Too late for us to arrange on this trip, but the best possible excuse to return. Very soon.

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    Smith passes Brady for No. 1, Cutler continues fall in Herald’s Week 5 NFL QB rankings

    October 11, 2017 10:29 AM

    The Chiefs' Alex Smith wins Week 5 honors with a 51.20-point game and nudges past Patriot Tom Brady for the season lead in the Miami Herald's latest NFL quarterback rankings. The Dolphins' Jay Cutler tumbles a few more spots, to 30th overall.

    As the season enters its heart we expand our weekly chart from a Top 15 to a Top 20. This is the 20th season of our Passer Success System (PASS) rankings, which began in 1998. Our formula is simple and unchanged since its inception, factoring accuracy, yardage, TD-interception ratio and team result. Most major ranking systems such as the NFL's and ESPN's are complicated and percentile based, allowing QBs who miss half a season to still win a title, while our system is cumulative, rewarding players who are consistently productive and avoid injury or benching.

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    2 1 Tom Brady, NE 40.15 201.10

    3 4 Aaron Rodgers, GB 34.05 181.35

    4 10 Carson Wentz, PHI 41.20 152.10

    5 3 Drew Brees, NO BYE 148.75

    6 5 Eli Manning, NYG 20.25 147.90

    7 22 Cam Newton, CAR 50.75 143.85

    8 8 Matthew Stafford, DET 28.45 143.80

    9 13 Carson Palmer, ARI 29.55 136.70

    10 14 Dak Prescott, DAL 32.55 135.60

    11 11 Russell Wilson, SEA 25.90 135.10

    12 18 Josh McCown, NYJ 33.70 133.00

    13 6 Jared Goff, LAR 5.40 132.25

    14 16 Philip Rivers, LAC 21.90 123.25

    15 19 Andy Dalton, CIN 26.40 123.00

    16 21 Deshaun Watson, HOU 29.05 122.60

    17 12 Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 11.60 120.45

    18 7 Kirk Cousins, WAS BYE 117.20

    19 23 Jameis Winston, TB 25.70 115.90

    20 9 Matt Ryan, ATL BYE 111.45

    30 27 Jay Cutler, MIA 7.60 78.30

    Bubble: Tyrod Taylor, BUF, 106.50. Week 5 best: Smith, KC, 51.20 (29-37, 324, 3-0 in win). Week 5 worst: DeShone Kizer, CLE, 0.35 (8-17, 87, 0-1 in loss).

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