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Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa Launches ‘Stay just a little bit longer’ promotion

September 12, 2013 Hotel Deals No Comments Email Email

Hyatt Regency Danang offers immaculate white-sand beach, sweeping oceanfront views and proximity to no less than three Unesco World Heritage sites. As if you needed another reason to visit, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa has launched a ‘Stay just a little bit longer’ promotion. Until 19 December 2013, guests can book a stay of two or more nights and enjoy one more night for free.

Opened in October 2011, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa is situated on Vietnam’s picturesque central coast, on an immaculate stretch of white sand with sweeping views of the East Vietnam Sea. Flanked by the iconic Marble Mountains, the exclusive resort is only 15 minutes from the international airport and close to a host of cultural attractions including three Unesco World Heritage sites: the Complex of Hue Monuments; Hoi An Ancient Town; and My Son Sanctuary. A stylish combination of contemporary design and Vietnamese craftsmanship, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa has won multiple travel and hospitality awards and houses five drinking and dining options, five swimming pools and VIE Spa.

“It’s been a fantastic two years since opening and we’ve been bowled over by the positive feedback from our guests,” says General Manager Zulki Othman. “With this new promotion, we’re excited to be able to incentivise more people to come and experience Danang and our beautiful resort.”

For more information and reservations, please visit our Special Offer or contact our reservation on phone +84-511-398-1288 or email to

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