Centara relaunches Danang resort after major upgrade

Breaking News June 19, 2017 18:04

By The Nation

Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s largest hotel operator, has reopened the Centara Sandy Beach Resort Danang following an extensive renovation and upgrade of the Vietnamese property. 



The resort, which offers an excellent location on the white sands and clear waters of Non Nuoc beach, is designed to offer secluded privacy on a private beach, but is conveniently within 20 minutes of Danang’s airport and downtown, two championship golf courses, and the Hoi An World Heritage site, the company said. 

Its beautiful surroundings, combined with the recent improvements, make this a destination for vacationing families, couples or friends, as well as weddings or business events, Centara added.

A choice of accommodations includes rooms, villas and bungalows, with up to 92 square meters of living space. 

The resort’s newly designed premium rooms and suites feature furnished balconies where guests can enjoy views of the East Sea, forested mountains, and 42 acres (17 hectares) of manicured gardens. 

All 198 rooms are just a few steps away from a swimming pool – one in the gardens, the other at the beachfront.

For families with young children, the Centara Sandy Beach Resort Danang offers a children’s pool, Kids’ Club, and babysitting service. 

Active adults and teens can enjoy the fitness centre, tennis court, games area, and activities such as kayaking, beach volleyball and kite flying, Centara said.

Amenities include Centara’s SPA Cenvaree, a sanctuary set in the tropical gardens that pampers guests with traditional Thai treatments and herbal balms. 

Centara has also added two new restaurants, giving the resort a total of five.

For weddings and business events, the resort now has two flexible function rooms with seating for up to 90, plus outdoor areas popular for large receptions. 

“Centara Sandy Beach Resort Danang benefits from one of the most beautiful sites in Vietnam,” said Thirayuth Chirathivat, chief executive officer of Centara Hotels & Resorts.

“Our goal when we upgraded the rooms, facilities and landscaping was a resort deserving of its exceptional natural surroundings. We wanted the result to be a vacation or event that would be unforgettable,” he added.

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