Hyatt Regency Danang Residences is an exclusive beachfront development of luxury residences and a 5-star resort that will transform Vietnam’s Central Coast.
Ideally situated on an unspoiled stretch of beach, voted by Forbes Magazine as one of the world’s ten most beautiful, Hyatt Regency Danang Residences offer an unrivalled opportunity to invest in Vietnam or live in your own waterfront property.
With sweeping views of the South China Sea and bordered by the iconic Marble Mountains, this exclusive beachfront resort and residential complex developed by Indochina Land and managed by Hyatt Hotels & Resorts™, comprises three components – a 5-star resort, 174 luxury condominiums and 27 luxury three-bedroom villas.
Located midway between the UNESCO world heritage site of Hoi An and Danang’s international airport, the development will solidify Vietnam’s central coastline as Asia’s next great beach destination.
Hyatt Regency Danang Residences feature direct access to 25km of flawless beach and embrace the beauty of a region that is already home to the multi award winning Indochina Land developments, The Nam Hai and the Montgomerie Links Vietnam 18 hole championship golf course.
The architects, RMJM of Singapore, have strived to create a resort that is contemporary yet founded on the rich built culture of the Marble Mountain district. The design acknowledges the history, topography, culture and climate in its resolution of modern rhythms with traditional nuances.
The development features direct access to 25km of flawless beach in a region which is already home to the multi award winning Indochina Land developments, The Nam Hai and the Montgomerie Links Vietnam 18 hole championship golf course. It is in close proximity to Danang’s international airport, the iconic Marble Mountains and three UNESCO world heritage sites including Hoi An Ancient Town, My Son Sanctuary, and Hue’s Citadel and Imperial City.
The condominium buildings range in height from 6 to 12 floors. The staggering of the volumes is articulated in different façade treatments, with exposed, glass units where the façades pull back and more sheltered units where the buildings extend out. Virtually all units offer ocean views, with a few ground floor units enjoying private garden settings.
To the south of the hotel are 27 beachfront villas, each with three bedrooms, a private pool and garden with an outside covered lounge area. All the villas are elevated to provide a superior vantage point to the sea.
The 174 luxury condominium units feature a diverse mix of one to three bedroom unit offerings, ranging in size from 75m2 one bedroom units to the 224m2 penthouses.
The 27 oceanfront villas feature three bedrooms and similar floorplan configurations, with approximately 275 m2 of enclosed space. Varying plot sizes from 450 - 680 m2, placement and ocean proximity distinguish between the villa unit offerings, giving each unit its unique character.
Sydney-based interior designer, Diana Simpson Design, tastefully captured local cultural influences in a contemporary design of furniture, soft furnishings and art pieces to create a modern sea side ambiance with subtle contemporized Asian design elements.
The original design concept focused on the 5 traditional elements of fire, water, earth, wood and metal. This has been subtly reflected in the use of natural stone, timber, aqua green accents in soft furnishings, fired bricks, local pottery, metal artifacts and sculptural works.
The Resort will cater to the same exclusive market segment of discerning travellers to Asia who are seeking out top tier getaway destinations, but with more inclusive family-oriented amenities. The Resort will offer guests numerous on-site facilities including an extensive array of food and beverage outlets, a world class spa, conference and function space, in addition to a wide variety of recreational amenities such as tennis, squash and racquetball courts, fitness and children’s centres, swimming pools and preferred access to Indochina Land’s nearby Colin Montgomerie Signature Links Golf Course.
Spa: A luxurious spa facility unique to the resort with treatment rooms typical of submerged shelters built along a central canyon-like gallery. Filtered sunlight through modern landscaping creates the aesthetic of being an entirely different world.
Golf: Montgomerie Links Vietnam, designed by eight time European Order of Merit Winner- Colin Montgomerie, is the first Championship layout in the region, offering breathtaking scenery and extensive club facilities.
Conference: An ideal facility for both large scale and intimate conferencing. The 500 square metre banquet hall will provide world- class facilities making the hotel a premier international conferencing and incentive destination.
Dinning: Hyatt Regency Hotels are world renowned for extraordinary restaurant designs and innovative mastery of local cuisines. The resort will offer a wide range of enticing culinary and dining options including Vietnamese and International restaurants, a Lobby Café and Pool Bar.
The Hyatt Regency Danang is being developed by Indochina Land, the real estate division of Indochina Capital Corporation and a leading real estate developer in Vietnam with approximately US$1.2 billion of projects under development/management.
The Resort will be managed by Hyatt International–SEA Ltd., an indirect subsidiary of Hyatt International Corporation, and branded as a Hyatt Regency Resort. The Hyatt Regency brand, is an internationally recognized brand with a global reservation system. Hyatt has 750 hotels and resorts worldwide, approximately 50 of which are located throughout Asia.
The Resort is being designed by an accomplished team of international designers led by RMJM, a highly esteemed global architecture firm, in collaboration with Australia-based interior designer Diana Simpson Design and landscape architect Site Concepts International (SCI).