Refurbished villas, expanded kids’ club, enhanced Italian restaurant, all-new beach club, social venue and art gallery to be revealed, creating exceptional experiences for all ages.
DANANG, VIETNAM – Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa is set to introduce a new era of exciting and inspiring hospitality to Vietnam’s central coast with the launch of a series of enhancements, including refreshed accommodation, social and culinary venues, children’s activities and more, to reaffirm its position as the area’s leading luxury family resort.
Nestled on a tranquil stretch of Non Nuoc Beach, the gateway to the vibrant city of Danang and UNESCO-listed Hoi An, this five-star resort has been a desirable destination for families, friends and couples to unwind together since its opening in 2011. Now, following a series of important upgrades, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa is ready to elevate the visitor experience to even greater heights.
Fun-filled children’s experiences
Camp Hyatt is being expanded and relaunched as an oasis of fun, inspired by Vietnam’s myths and legends. With four distinct indoor and outdoor play zones – Earth, Water, Fire and Wood – this immersive kids’ club will feature an exhilarating array of activities, including toddler play pits, ball pools, canopy swings, climbing nets, a water obstacle course, and more. These upgraded spaces have been officially unveiled in April.
The revamped and expanded Camp Hyatt features four themed indoor and outdoor play zones
Fresh culinary venues
Parents and other guests will also have plenty of opportunities to relax at Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa following the official opening of Vive Océane in June. The first beach club restaurant of its kind in Danang, this alfresco lounge will tantalize travelers’ taste buds with French-Mediterranean and Vietnamese cuisine, crafted using the freshest ingredients and local seafood overlooking the shimmering sea. Cabanas will be ideal for couples to cuddle up, a show kitchen will add a sense of culinary theater, while regular entertainment shows, DJs and bands will create an upbeat atmosphere. This inviting venue will also provide a unique option for outdoor events.
Vive Océane is a new beach club and restaurant that lets guests savor casual cuisine and cuddle up in cozy cabanas. Newly-opened, Terrasse offers pre-dinner drinks, artistic cocktails and thoughtfully crafted canapés. A choice of seating includes comfy sofas, while “brazero” fire pits and classic silent movies, screened daily, add to the enchanting ambiance during the golden hours of the day.
The resort’s authentic Italian restaurant is being rebranded and reimagined with a creative new concept. Overseen by Executive Chef Pierre Tavernier and Italian Chef Marco Pistillo, Osteria al Mare will be relaunched in May, showcasing casual and contemporary Italian cuisine including freshly-made pasta and a social “Share Share” concept which will be perfect for families and friends to enjoy together.
Creative cultural hub
A new Art Gallery will also be unveiled as an exclusive space for talented local and visiting artists to exhibit their work and to provide an original attraction for culture seekers. This collaborative venue will be officially launched in June with an exhibition by Réhahn, the globally-recognized photographer.
Upgraded pool villas
Finally, the resort’s 18 luxurious three-bedroom Pool Villas are being progressively refurbished with new interior furnishings, furniture, and enhanced facilities, plus a garden area where families can play together. A new direct pathway from the villas to the beach will also put the soft sands of Non Nuoc Beach on guests’ doorstep. This renovation project is set to be completed by June 2023.
The resort’s luxurious three-bedroom Pool Villas are being enhanced with fresh interiors and additional facilities
“I am delighted to reveal details of our resort’s transformation, which is set to elevate our guest experience and enhance the quality of luxury hospitality in Danang. With outstanding new facilities for young and old, including an expanded, locally-inspired Camp Hyatt, our beautiful new Vive Océane beach club, refurbished villas, rebranded restaurants, and a bright art gallery, we want to create exceptional experiences for every guest so they return to central Vietnam time and time again,” said Adrian Pulido, General Manager, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa.
Situated on a tranquil stretch of Vietnam’s central coast, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa is an ideal base to explore the area’s exotic local charms, including three nearby UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Imperial City of Hue, Hoi An Ancient Town, and My Son Sanctuary. With 198 guestrooms and suites, 144 one- to three-bedroom residences and 18 three-bedroom villas, plus 700 meters of fine sandy beach, five outdoor pools, a fitness center, spa, and a selection of restaurants and bars that showcase world-class gastronomy, this resort is ideal for every occasion, from couples’ breaks and family vacations to unforgettable events.
Many of the new facilities, including Vive Océane and the Art Gallery, have already soft-opened ahead of their official launch dates.
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