Da Nang luxury resort adds another award to its collection

The InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort in the central coastal city of Da Nang was named as the “Best Resort Hotel in Asia-Pacific” by the Business Traveller at the luncheon ceremony at Conrad Hotel Hong Kong on September 23.

The award was chosen by experts, travel enterprises and visitors  through a reader poll for product and service excellence.

The resort has got the largest number of international prestigous travel awards in Vietnam.

It has been crowned the Heartbeat Excellence Rewards at the 2016 AMEA Leaders Learning Event at the InterContinental Sydney by the IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) in April.
The resort earlier was recognized as the Asia’s Leading Luxury Resort 2015 at the World Travel Awards Asia and Australia Gala Ceremony 2015 at the InterContinental Grand Stanford in Hong Kong in last October.

The resort earned also the title of  the Asia’s Leading Hotel Dining and Entertainment Experience 2015, 2015 Vietnam’s Leading Resort and 2015 Vietnam’s Leading Spa Resort.
The multi-award winning Resort, a luxury hillside resort and spa overlooking a sparkling private bay is located only 30 minutes away from Danang International Airport and 45 minutes away from the world heritage site of Hoi An.

Famed architect Bill Bensley has reimagined Vietnamese design, history and myth with his characteristic whimsy, creating a magical retreat over four levels—Heaven, Sky, Earth and Sea.
In 2014, the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort was named World’s Leading Luxury Resort

The Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Awards which is now in its 25th year is regared as on of the travel industry’s most reputable awards, recognizing the achievements of airlines, airports, hotels and resorts
Business Traveller Asia-Pacific is one of 14 titles around the world. Since its first issue in 1982, Business Traveller Asia-Pacific has represented a valuable resource for frequent travellers, as well as serving as a platform for their concerns.

By Ha Anh – Translated by Kim Khanh

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