The Anam, one of Vietnam’s most compelling coastal resorts on the up-and coming Cam Ranh peninsula, serves as a breathtaking backdrop for the newest Bachelor, Colton Underwood and the remaining women vying for his heart.
The episode will feature a romantic dinner on the lawn gardens next to the resort’s Saigon Bar, and an after party and rose ceremony at the Lang Viet Restaurant and open-air lobby.
This episode of The Bachelor, currently celebrating its 23rd season, is scheduled to air Monday, February 11, 2019, at 8/7c, on ABC.
The Anam is no stranger to the international spotlight, having served last year as backdrop in the grand finale of Der Bachelor, the German spinoff of The Bachelor, when real estate agent Daniel Völz, 32, handed over his final rose.
Colton Underwood burst onto the scene during season 14 of The Bachelorette. It was his good looks, love for dogs and vulnerability that charmed not only Bachelorette Becca Kufrin, but all of Bachelor Nation. This former NFL player made a play for Becca’s heart but was sadly sent home after professing he had fallen in love. When Colton showed up to the beaches of Mexico last summer on Bachelor in Paradise, he was hopeful. While he may not have found love, he didn’t leave empty-handed. He found closure with former flame Becca Kufrin; clarity with Bachelor Nation favorite Tia Booth; and above all, an unwavering desire to find the woman of his dreams. After a summer of growth and a new perspective on what he is looking for, Colton is more than ready for this next chapter. Colton returned for another shot at love, ready to capture hearts across America yet again as the star of The Bachelor, which premiered for its 23rd season on Monday January 7, on The ABC Television, streaming and on demand.
The Anam overlooks 300 metres of beachfront on Vietnam’s scenic Cam Ranh peninsula, which averages more than 300 sunny days per year. The luxurious five-star resort, which celebrated its grand opening on April 2017, boasts 77 villas and 136 rooms and suites. The Anam also features a fine dining grill, all-day dining restaurant, a Vietnamese restaurant and bar, a classical bar, beach club, in-room dining, a 10 treatment-room spa, 3-D movie theatre, three capacious swimming pools, ballroom, conference rooms, recreation and fitness centre, a tennis court, yoga room and deck, kids club and more. The Anam’s design was inspired by Vietnam’s bygone Indochine era. The resort’s romantic appeal draws on this particular epoch, evoking a nostalgic tone with its imperial-style roofs, lanterns, big-bellied water vases, decorative pools, customized mosaic floor tiles and stone pathways. The Anam and its team are guided by a “Indochine Charm, Modern Luxury” approach to accommodation, blending colonial-era charm and warm-hearted Vietnamese service with modern comforts and convenience.