The beaches of Danang - once the preserve of American troops on furlough throughout the Vietnam War - have blossomed as of late, accommodating some of the region's best new resorts. Case in point: the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort (compare rates), which just opened its doors.
To celebrate the opening, InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort offers special rates on stays between June 1, 2012 and January 1, 2013, from US$220 per night (conditions apply). The rate includes complimentary daily buffet breakfast for two, high-speed WiFi access, 10% off dining at the resort's Citron Restaurant, Barefoot Café or L_o_n_g Bar, and complimentary shuttle bus service into Danang City and Hoi An Old Town.
The InterContinental Danang is nestled amidst rainforest-covered mountain slopes that act as a natural amphitheater for the resort's private bay on the Son Tra Peninsula. The resort's 197 guestrooms, suites and beachfront villas are designed to take full advantage of their location and panoramic South China Sea views. Large terraces and shuttered windows elevate private living spaces that draw in the surrounding jungle and bay, adding depth to the spacious rooms that start at 70sqm.
Guests can swim in the bay or one of the resort's outdoor pools, experience Spa InterContinental, and make use of the many entertainment and recreation facilities available. The resort's youngest guests will also be delighted by InterContinental's signature kid's club, Planet Trekkers.
InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is a half-hour drive from Danang International Airport, and only a few kilometres from the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of The Imperial City of Hue, The Old Town of Hoi An and the My Son ruins.