We stayed for 3 nights in mid August. Didn't know what to expect but from checking in until the end it was spotless.
Reception sits on top of the resort, 100 m above sea level and it is super easy to get around with buggys or "Nam Tram" which is a first i saw in any resort. Tram is operated 24/7 and definitely an experience with fantastic view.
This really separates it from any other "on the cliff" resorts as its so much easier to get around without waiting for a ride or walk...
Weather was fantastic as well, beach and sea were very clean , water was just a right temperature as well.
Long infinity pool just opened on top of the long bar and its a must see as well although i prefer to swim in a see.
Fitness is state of the art and library is a great chill out place . Spa and massage is also a must try at least once.
There are 4 suite levels , Heaven, Sky , Earth and Sea and I can recommend Sky level, price was right and view unbeatable.
Rooms are sublime within very traditional setting and attention to detail is best so far we have seen.
Food was very good and I recommend a steak, very yummy :)
There will be a Michelin chef opening a restaurant very soon as well.
Resort is also only 35 min ride to Hoi An so i definitely recommend a afternoon/dinner visit. Stuff will gladly book a taxi or arrange for a car.
Food and drinks prices were surprisingly well priced, much lower then in any other 5 stars resorts we've been.
Definitely recommend a Sunday branch with a free flow champagne, only 45 USD :)
Tip: Book an outside table in advance.
Stuff and management was very friendly and pay close attention to details. If you never been in Vietnam do not expect flawless english from everyone.
One thing to mention, resort is still a bit under construction but we havent heard any noise as most of it was just finishing touches on far away suites.
We will almost certainly go back when new restaurant is opened and that should be very soon.
Great job and 10 stars if possible, great value for the money :)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hidden in the myth-filled hills of 'Monkey Mountain' in the heart of the Son Tra Peninsula nature reserve, the five-star InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort a work of art as much as a resort. Set in 37 hectares of stepped gardens leading down to a private beach - dramatic views of the sea can be enjoyed from all 200 rooms - every inch of this luxury resort is the stunning creation of star architect Bill Bensley and, as a result, is unique in design and concept. Gourmet travellers will appreciate La Maison 1888 (and its outstanding wine cellar) by multi-Michelin starred Pierre Gagnaire, while those looking for a genuine wellness retreat will love the HARNN Heritage Spa set in a private lagoon. Travellers can treat tired feet to the ultimate pedicure by 'podiatrist to the stars' Bastien Gonzalez as global leaders put the world to rights at The Summit, the resort's impressive conference centre. Billed as the place "where myth meets luxury", it's an easy drive from InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort to UNESCO world heritage sites of Hoi An, Hue and My Son (described as "Vietnam's Angkor Wat") making it a perfect base for travellers seeking an experience that connects them to central Vietnam. ... more less
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