Architect Bill Bensley designed the indoor and outdoor spaces of the property, creating a signature fusion of vernacular architecture, bold high-contrast décor and whimsical, storied touches. Our resort, IHG’s flagship in Indochina, opened in June 2012 on 39 hectares of meticulously preserved mountainside in the Son Tra Peninsula Nature Reserve.
The stunning Son Tra peninsula, the setting of numerous mythical and legendary stories, is home to the Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort – set into the lush, verdant hillside before sweeping down to the sandy shore. Just ten minutes from Danang, and within a short drive to Hoi An, the hotel provides the perfect luxurious base from which to explore the region’s cultural gems; not to mention shuttle services to Hoi An and expert staff offering only the best recommendations. For those who prefer to simply relax in exquisite surroundings, the world-class suites, villas and penthouses provide the ultimate retreat, amid impeccably-designed interiors from the mind of world-famous architect, Bill Bensley. A range of delectable cuisine and drinks is offered throughout the hotel’s bars and restaurants and the facilities include two pools, a private beach, the HARNN Heritage Spa and a superb kids’ club.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RESORT
History: This hotel combines a multi award-winning track record with the integration of central Vietnam’s fascinating ancient cultures.
Location: Nestled in a private bay on the Son Tra peninsula, this stunning hotel is a short drive from the bustling streets of Danang and near to the traditional city of Hoi An.
Service: The resort’s well-versed staff all boast a superior level of knowledge of the surrounding area and all its treasures.
When you book a stay through Destination Indochina, you’ll receive:
– Preferred rates and availability
– Room upgrades (if available)
– Breakfast daily for two
– Dining, resort, or hotel credits
– Early check-in and late checkout (if available)
– Exclusive amenities and experiences
1 Bedroom Seaside Villa By The Beach
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