Hyatt Regency Opens in Danang, Vietnam

Earlier this week the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa opened its doors on Vietnam's central coast.

The 200-room property sits between Hoi An and Danang on a stretch of beach, just a 15 minute drive from Danang International Airport. In addition to the 200 guest rooms there are 182 Residences and 27 private Ocean Villas, each with a private pool.

Guests looking to dine should make a trip to Beach House, the hotel's signature restaurant, which offers sea views as a backdrop to the authentic Vietnamese seafood and Western grills.

Green House is an all-day dining restaurant with an open kitchen concept offering Vietnamese comfort dishes and a splash of the Mediterranean. The dining room opens out to the terrace where guests can sit in a Vietnamese style basket boat.

Other dining options include Terrasse, the lobby lounge; and Pool House, which serves lunch and cocktails.

Be sure to stop by VIE Spa which offers 10 private treatment rooms including eight singles and two doubles. Other facilities include a fitness center, swimming pools, tennis courts, badminton courts and more.

Visit www.danang.regency.hyatt.com
 

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