Family Accommodation in Danang
With its own private bay on the Son Tra Peninsula, the new Bill Bensley-designed InterContinental Danang is nestled within one of the region’s most exquisite locations. All 197 of the resort’s rooms, suites and beachfront villas are designed to take full advantage of their location and panoramic South China Sea views. Large terraces and shuttered windows elevate private living spaces that draw in the surrounding jungle and crystal bay, and add depth to the already large rooms that start from 70sqm, making it perfect for families.
Why it’s good for families?
There are many reason to why the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is popular with families, but here are some reasons to why we like it for families.
- Being in central Vietnam, the weather in Danang is mild year-round and is not affected by typhoon season further north.
- Kid-friendly facilities (kids pool, Planet Trekker kids club, Project VN club for teenage guests which runs experiences such as jungle treks, hiking tours and fishing excursions, Kid’s Bar which serves ice cream, smoothies and other healthy drinks)
- Safe swimming beach with gentle lapping waves, which is patrolled by the resort’s life guards.
- Close to many cultural heritage sites, so children can have fun and learn at the same time.
“Danang is mild year-round and is not affected by typhoon season further north”
Activities to do with the kids
The kids won’t get bored at the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort with a range of activities to keep them engaged and entertained. Kids can swim in the bay or one of the resort’s outdoor pools, which are heated in winter and chilled in summer – a first for any resort in Vietnam.
- Trekking trip to the Banyan Tree
- Bicycle tour around the resort
- Discovering the natural wildlife around the resort (Son Tra Peninsula is the only place for the red-enlisted red shrank douc langurs to inhabit)
- In-room TV offers games, bedtime stories (in Vietnamese) and movies for kids.
- Take a shuttle bus into nearby Hoi An and wander through the historic old town, find yourselves a few bargains and have lunch at one of the riverside cafes.
- Take a family tour with Hoi An Eco Tours and learn how to harvest rice, row a basket boat and throw a fishing net with the locals, while learning about the area’s fascinating history from their very knowledgable guides.