Not far from downtown, this hotel on the golden shores of My Khe Beach offers a spa-inclusive concept that offers guests daily massages as a courtesy.
Da Nang, Vietnam
What people want when they come to Vietnam is adventure – and Danang delivers on all fronts. It has jungle temples, awe-inspiring marble, and limestone hills; caves that beg to be explored; curving, hidden beaches that some would argue are the best in the country; and the frenetic, motorbike-engine hum of a city that is a non-stop caper in itself.
But Danang is changing at a rapid pace. Pinned on the map midway down Vietnam’s South China Sea coast, the country’s third city is quickly moving out from the shadows cast by Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. In 2014, it hit more than one million residents and the number is still counting. High-rises and modern apartment blocks now pop up at a frantic speed and the ever-popular China Beach is quickly being swallowed by rampant hotel construction. And it is this frenetic pace that makes this city so exciting.
What to doView all
Find your favourite stretch of China BeachBeaches
Ride the longest and highest cable car in the world
Pegged from near sea level to the top of the Ba Na Hill station, this non-stop single-track cable car is nearly 6km long and takes...Family
Marvel at the Marble MountainsFamily
Ogle at Cham artefacts
Prepare to be wowed. The fabulous Museum of Cham Artefacts, founded in 1915, houses the largest collection of Cham-era artworks in...Cultural
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Wedged between the Marble Mountains and the squeaky-clean sands of Non Nuoc, the 193-room hotel offers the best of both worlds.
Guests at this hotel will be treated to rooms with spacious balconies, featuring views of the Cham islands and starry nights on the Son Tra Peninsula.
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Three-Michelin-star chef Michel Roux’s menu tells the story of colonial French-Vietnamese cooking and everything, from the pan-fried Red Snapper to the roasted Challans duck, is exceptional.
The menu at Park Hyatt’s signature restaurant focuses on seafood, and dishes like Brittany lobster and octopus carpaccio are given a Vietnamese spice kick.
The menu here is heavy on the owners’ French and Vietnamese background, with French classics served alongside Vietnamese delights.