Experience the natural beauty and vibrant culture of Vietnam at the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, which captivates with a modern design language all its own.
Enjoy beautiful beachfront views and craft cocktails at the stylish L_o_n_g Bar. Mixing colonial glamour and contemporary lines, modern design elements, like whimsical surfboard tables and bold geometric patterns, balance traditional accents, like wooden trays and nesting chairs inspired by fishermen’s baskets.
Escape the stresses of daily life and swim until sunset in the resort’s private bay. Renowned architect Bill Bensley designed the resort to wind through four levels—Heaven, Sky, Earth, and Sea—each reimagining Vietnamese design, history, and myth for a touch of magic.
Indulge in fresh seafood from the Central Coast at the relaxed beachfront restaurant Barefoot. Sitting under a traditional thatched roof, this open-air stunner offers 360 views of the East Sea—perfect for a casual lunch or a torch-lit dinner.
Get a bird’s-eye view and savor artisan cuisine at Citron. Perched at the resort’s highest point, the creative design offers an irreverent spin on tradition: non la hats inspire cone-shaped dining booths; ancient cave paintings are reimagined as graffiti; and imperial Nguyen thrones are recast as ordinary chairs.
Shuttle from high to low on the resort’s one-of-a-kind Nam Tram. Travel down the hill to the beach level for a relaxing dip in the ocean or head up to Citron for a refreshing afternoon tea. In the evenings, the tram line is illuminated for added allure.
Take note of the rich details throughout the resort, from the rooms to the restaurants. For authenticity, architect Bill Bensley paired humble village accents with luxury details, such as colorful Hoi An lanterns, intricately carved candle stands, and temple motifs, like dragons, elephants, lions, and lotus flowers.
Sample the tropical flavors, exotic spices, and signature dishes of Central Vietnam at Citron, or let your imagination wander with the haute cuisine of La Maison 1888. Take a playful step back in time with the culinary musings of French-born, three-star Michelin chef Pierre Gagnaire.
Book an exclusive Sun Peninsula Residence Villa with a private pool or take relaxation to the next level with custom spa packages at the HARNN Heritage Spa. For a special treat, pamper your feet with one of the world’s finest pedicures at the PEDI:MANI:CURE Studio by Bastien Gonzalez.
Watch a magnificence sunset behind Monkey Mountain after a day of exploring rich history in nearby Hoi An. Located just 45 minutes, this ancient port city is famous for its UNESCO World Heritage Site, handcrafted lanterns, and prized Cao Lau noodles.
Extend your stay at the luxurious Sun Peninsula Residence Villas and enjoy the absolute tranquility of living in paradise. Some of your favorite neighbors will be the rare, red-shanked douc langurs who play in the lush jungle of Monkey Mountain.