"The Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is a luxury hillside resort overlooking a sparkling private bay."
A fusion of Vietnamese design, history and myth creates a magical retreat across four levels - Heaven, Sky, Earth and Sea.
From the moment you arrive, you’ll be pampered by the InterContinental’s personal service and unparalleled amenities. Discover culinary artistry at La Maison 1888, by three-star Michelin chef Michel Roux. Soothe body and soul in our custom spa packages at HARNN Heritage Spa and treat yourself to the world’s finest pedicure at PEDI:MANI:CURE Studio by Bastien Gonzalez. Meet your neighbors, the rare red-shanked douc langurs who inhabit the lush forests of Monkey Mountain, or simply kick back and enjoy our 700-meter private beach.
Indulgences fill each room, suite, penthouse and villa at InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort. Views make the most of the drama of the setting while interiors drape you in Vietnamese-inspired décor. The bold black and white colour palette forms a classic backdrop against which carefully placed splashes of colour emerge. Every accommodation is equipped with lavish bathroom amenities, including a separate bathtub, rainforest shower and couple’s vanity sinks. Entertainment is of the highest quality: the flat screen TV boasts no less than 81 channels and a top-of-the-range BOSE surround sound system. Also included in each room is an espresso machine and mini bar. Complimentary WiFi internet access throughout the resort.
The activities on offer here are endless. Early morning tai chi, or a relaxing stroll along the 700-meter private beach. Kayaking on the East Sea, forest trekking, a shopping spree in Hoi An, temple hunting in My Son — or just a lazy afternoon by the expansive pools. It’s up to you. At the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, you can be as active or as relaxed as you want to be. The resort is filled with activities to suit your fancy, whether you want to explore the surrounding nature, soak up the local culture, or relax and enjoy reflexology on the beach. The Planet Trekkers Children’s Club offers a wealth of activities to captivate younger explorers, while teens can find a space of their own at Project VN. When you wish to venture further afield, our ‘In the Know’ Concierge will guide you on trips to local cultural and heritage sights, including Hoi An, My Son and the imperial city of Hue.
- 2 swimming pools
- Private beach
- Tai Chi
- Kid's & Teen clubs
Dining options at the Danang delight and dazzle, from laid back dining at the colourful Citron restaurant to lavish fine dining at the French eatery La Maison 1888. By day, sink your toes into those golden sands as you enjoy beach snacks at the Barefoot Cafe.
Danang's monsoon tropical climate means that it enjoys mild temperatures throughout the year. The temperatures peak between May and September, and conditions can become hot and sticky. The temperatures during the winter months can be quite cool, with plenty of rain received September through December. The best time to visit Danang is between February and May, when the skies are sunny and humidity levels aren't too high. The long wet season means that you may see some rain whenever you visit, although showers are generally short.
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- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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