Promotion offers stays for just $85 for two people in new Premium Wing.
Sandy Beach Non Nuoc Danang Resort expects its 198 rooms to be fully booked and that it will be catering to meetings and conferences of up to 700 people by mid 2016, its General Manager, Ms. Cathy McConkey, told VET. “After a massive renovation process carried out since 2013 our resort is now changing its look every day to welcome and surprise our guests with new levels of service standards,” she said. “2016 is going to be exciting and I am very much looking forward to the Christmas and New Year’s period as we’re opening up our new restaurant, SuanBua, very soon to welcome the season.”
2015 has been a good year for the Centara-managed resort, she went on, because it opened the new Premium Wing of 102 rooms, which proved to be a popular choice of accommodation among guests. With the additional rooms the resort’s occupancy and revenue has been much higher than in 2014.
“Our guests have a great opportunity to try out our fantastic rooms at an unbeatable price of only VND1.9 million net per room night ($85),” she said. The offer includes breakfast for two and a 15-minute Welcome Spa Treatment for two. The promotion is valid until the end of this month.
Ms. McConkey believes that the outlook is great for Vietnam’s tourism industry. This year it has been recognized as a popular tourist destination on various websites and trusted travel sources and Da Nang has already hosted many events in 2015, such as the Danang International Fireworks Competition, IRONMAN, and the Danang International Marathon, and in 2016 will host the Clipper Race and and the Asian Beach Games and, in particular, in 2017 will be the host city of APEC meetings. “I expect to see it blossoming in the near future,” she said.
With 198 rooms the resort is conveniently located just 20 minutes from Danang International Airport and has a daily shuttle bus service to Hoi An ancient town and Da Nang city. It spans 42 acres of manicured gardens and provides all the privacy couples and families may require.