Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa4.5 out of 5.0
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This is a beautiful large resort, the rooms are large and very well decorated, the staff are all very nice, BUT if you are after a peaceful holiday, this is not the place. It is primarily a family resort, lots of screaming children everywhere. We were disappointed that there was not an adults only pool, as lying by the pool was not relaxing at all. We were advised we could use the Regency Club Pool, which was lovely, but it is not Adults only, therefore, the peace and tranquility can be interrupted by children. Another disappointment is having to pay for the Shuttle bus service to Hoi An, it's not expensive, but surely at the price you pay for these rooms, that service should be included?? Other premium resorts in Danang offer complimentary shuttle services. Water could also be offered to guests lying by the pool. It is an inexpensive but much appreciated gesture offered by many other premium resorts, but why not this resort?? There is also very little service available at the pool, it is a struggle to find someone to place a drink order. There is definitely no service available at the Regency Pool, but it is close to Baguette, their on site grocery store. Overall, a nice resort, but we would not stay here again. Good for families with children or large groups
We really enjoyed our 5 nights at the Hyatt. The rooms are very comfortable - we had a very large living space and kitchen with views over the beach - can recommend block C as it is right next to the beach. Breakfast was excellent. We had a barbecue dinner one night at the resort which was ok but dinners in Hoi An were much better. Hoi An is really lovely and only 25 mins away by hotel shuttle - not sure why they need to charge for the shuttle and be nice if a later return was available (5pm is the last return). I think the sustainability focus is the Hyatt is very low - towels changed everyday without request, use of small drinking water bottles. The staff also collected the shells on the beach and put them in the bin. Overall, we really enjoyed the stay and would highly recommend the hotel if you are looking for resort style accommodation on the beach.
The place is amazing.... The location, the beach, the staff, the rooms, the spa, the food and the ambience overall. If you're a family, try an upper floor in Residence C. The wok fried beef at the beach house is not to be missed. If you like the shaking beef at Tamarine on University in Palo Alto, then you'd like this....
We stayed for a week at the Hyatt Regency Da Nang in a one bedroom residence and would highly recommend it. The hotel is incredibly family friendly. We have 2 young kids and they loved all the facilities- the pools with slide (though note - it's a rather slow slide!), the kids club (with around 5 activities per day on offer, mostly free), the climbing wall (a bouldering wall), beach volleyball court, the beach hammock area (hammocks set up underneath palm trees, perfect shade under which to build sand castles) and the hotel's homemade ice cream. The apartment was a good size, with a living area with lounge/dining/kitchen, a bedroom with comfortable bed and good size closet and a huge bathroom. The only downside is that there aren't proper curtains in the living room - and the sun rises early at 6am so our kids who were sleeping in that room woke up very early each day! The staff were great at the hotel, our apartment was serviced daily, and the staff were very helpful with our daughter who is gluten free. The food is wonderful - yes it's more expensive than in Da Nang town, but it's worth it not to have to move from your sun lounger or to be able to end the day eating dinner by the beach at sunset. Our highlights included the Vietnamese buffet night, the pho at breakfast (eat at the Pool Cafe, it's much cheaper) and the dinners at the Beach House (they were great and brought over kids menu items from the Pool House for our children). The cao Lao noodles were amazing. I would suggest the hotel moves its happy hour to start at 5pm - it currently starts at 6pm - as the kids club does a "movie night" from 5-6pm and it would have been nice to be able to have a happy hour cocktail while the kids were happily watching a movie. It's easy to get a taxi from the hotel reception - we did this a few times to go into Da Nang or Hoi An. Though we found the "Grab" taxi app much cheaper for the Hoi An journeys. This is a great hotel for families with kids and we will definately be back. Just please put black out curtains into the living rooms of the apartments!
Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa was the stunning location of a friend's wedding. Staying onsite made it extremely convenient to attend the festivities... and enjoy a few days of R&R. The resort definitely delivered on that - there was no need to leave for three days! The grounds are immaculate and the number of pools available for use was fantastic - given it was the Easter weekend, I was able to hide away at the smaller Fitness Centre pool (the families tended to congregate at the larger pools in the middle of the resort). I stayed in a king room and the rooms were extremely spacious - with a great balcony (and gorgeous views of the beach). Wifi was patchy in certain areas of the resort and you had to time your breakfast sitting well! A bit of a wait on some days. Staff were helpful and courteous. Great dining options - but definitely on the expensive side, in terms of drinks.
After touring Vietnam and Cambodia, we needed a relax before heading home and that is what we got. Lovely hotel, amazing beach and nice pools. We used the main pool as there was a waterslide our son enjoyed (pool needed a bit of TLC as tiles coming loose or missing). The gardens were well kept and staff friendly. We had a regency suite, the room and view was outstanding. The regency club was also very good. On checkin we were advised that breakfast was continental and for a full buffet, we would need to pay and use a different restaurant. Turned out not the case, the club breakfast was actually great, as was cocktail time. Why only 4? We felt the in-house restaurant choices were okay however some not good value for money (captured audience) although Pizzas were an exception as yummy and good value. We would have dined at the BBQ Night but 999,000 each was a bit steep (drinks in but no discount for children). We didn't expect not to pay more as it is was a resort after all but it was quite significant. Given the location, not including transfers and also charging for the ahuttle bus to Hoi An is also not 5*
Just returned from staying a couple nights here at the Hyatt following several nights at the luxurious Four Seasons Nam Hai. We were traveling with our boys, ages 8 & 10. I was a bit hesitant to come to the Hyatt after the Four Seasons but it only made sense given the 4S was over 1000/nt, Plus it was pretty quiet for our kids and we wanted to stay closer to the airport towards the end of our time in the area. I am happy to say we were not disappointed here at all! This Hyatt is great for families because it is lively and kids are welcome everywhere. The beach is gorgeous, as expected for this part of the area, and the waterslide at the main pool is a nice touch and made the kids very happy. We stayed in a standard suite in the main hotel. This was perfect for our kids and housekeeping made up the large L shaped sofa for them to sleep and we had a separate bedroom. There was also an extra powder room toilet in the living area so it was really nice to have two bathrooms in his suite. I thought the room was spacious and well appointed. Main bathroom was gorgeous with an oversized tub at the window for ocean views. The view from the 2 patios were beautiful too. This property also has a residences which are in a separate area so I cannot speak for them, but we certainly like the hotel section. This location is a bit farther from the historic HoiAn town. On a map it doesn't look far but with the roads and traffic, it will take nearly 30 min in a taxi. Compared to the other hotel we stayed, this was a disadvantage, but if you're looking to just stay at the resort and only visit the town periodically, not a problem at all. The iconic marble mountains are just a few minutes from the hotel and these are not to be missed. Great hotel location for accessing this scenic area. The only thing you should be aware of is we found the resort food to be borderline terrible. I've addressed the restaurants in separate reviews, but it was the worst food we had in all of Vietnam over a 2 week period. We didn't get sick, but the taste of the food was just horrendous (alternating between bland and overcooked and dry) compared to everywhere else we ate. Unfortunately, the prices for the food was very high, almost US proces so you can imagine how frustrating it was to have bad quality. And, we tried both restaurants at this hotel, plus the Regency club. Nothing deserved more than 1-2 stars. Even the Regency club had disgusting food, and not a large buffet selection compared to other Hyatt Regency clubs I've visited. Such a shame because we really didn't have any bad meals at all in Vietnam except for at this Hyatt. (And earlier on this trip we stayed at the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong which had spectacular food both restaurants and the club level). Not sure what is going on here with their chef and restaurants, but they need to really address the problem. I didn't let that affect my star rating overall but I certainly dished up some low stars under the individual restaurant listings and hopefully management will take the feedback seriously and fix the problem. If you are staying here for a long period of time you will need to factor in the restaurants because there are really limited restaurant options off property in close proximity and you will have to travel to HoiAn for the best selections and ambiance. But the good news is that taxis are super cheap so if you don't mind the hour round trip, it's 100% worth the trek - even nightly! The service was good and what you would expect for this hotel category. They had self-service towels and water at the pool, again exactly as you would expect for this category hotel. In summary, we really liked this hotel and found it to be ideal for younger kids and a nice change from the quiet Four Seasons. Now, the 4S was also 4x the price. But, they delivered on a different level (as they should). I believe the Hyatt fully met and exceeded expectations (except the atrocious food) given this category of hotel. If we visited the area again with kids, I would do the same thing where we stay a few nights at 4S and also a couple nights at the Hyatt. If you are not traveling with kids and you are looking for a quiet, romantic place to stay, I'm not sure I would recommend this hotel as much. However, considering the price and hotel category, it is still a great option unless you are willing and able to spend substantially more.
We booked the 3 bedroom residence, assuming that since it advertised private bathrooms and given that it is a 5 star property that all bedrooms were ensuite. This is not the case. 2 of the bedrooms must share a very small bathroom which does not even have room for a hand towel. The 3rd bedroom, as seen in the photo, is tiny - there is not even enough room to open up a suitcase. At around $600 per night for the 3 bed residence, this is unacceptable for a 5 star hotel.
I am only rating this hotel based on our experience of the kids club. The hotel advertises drop off kids club from age 4 upwards so took my twins (age 5) there one afternoon for a couple of hours. One of the activities was to take the children to the beach for beach football. After perhaps an hour I heard a knock at the hotel room door and my son had returned on his own. He said he was playing with a boy from a family sitting on the beach - when they went he looked round and the kids club staff had gone. Yep, they left him on his own on the beach. Thankfully he remembered how to get back to our hotel room and is quite a robust boy. SERIOUSLY?! A simple head count is all that's need guys. Anything could've happened to him. The staff from the kids club apologised but I would now like some assurances from the General Manager that this won't happen to any other family. Unfortunately he or she failed to contact us so hence this post.
Celebrated our 3 birthdays in early April at the Hyatt Regency DaNang. What a spectacular property! Stayed in a 2bed 2bath villa overlooking the beach with a full kitchen, living and dining room. Staff are incredibly kind and so hard working. Went above and beyond to make our stay memorable. Can't recommend this place enough...5 stars all around!!
Located in Hoa Hai, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa is adjacent to Non Nuoc Beach and within a 10-minute stroll of Marble Mountains. This 375-room, 4.5-star resort welcomes business and leisure travelers with 2 outdoor pools, a private beach, and a full-service spa. Hoa Nghiem Cave and Da Nang Golf Club are also near this Da Nang resort.
Enjoy a drink at the cocktail bar or relish the Italian cuisine at Green House, one of 3 onsite restaurants, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa's 375 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and ceiling fans. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Other standard amenities include safes and ironing boards.
Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa features a private beach, a full-service spa, and 2 outdoor pools. There's free parking and limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach resort include a children's pool, a health club, and a sauna.
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89% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1846 reviews