Meliá Danang Beach Resort has refreshed its Spanish charm with the completion of a two-year renovation that added 262 rooms, new MICE facilities, an expanded restaurant offering and a fresh look for the lobby and pool area. The new rooms and suites feature open-plan modern interiors. The decor is inspired by beach culture with a

Meliá Danang Beach Resort has refreshed its Spanish charm with the completion of a two-year renovation that added 262 rooms, new MICE facilities, an expanded restaurant offering and a fresh look for the lobby and pool area.

The new rooms and suites feature open-plan modern interiors. The decor is inspired by beach culture with a sandy color scheme, pops of blue, and ocean-inspired artwork. Elements of local culture are also apparent, including bamboo lamps. Two room categories were added including a Premium Partial Ocean View. The 42 square meter room features a rain shower and soaking tub, and a double bed or two twins, along with a desk space and comfy sofa to enjoy the outlook. The Deluxe Sea View room, at 38 square meters, can also accommodate a double or twin bed and features a similar bright and crisp interior design.

As the popular coastal city continues to draw both business and leisure travelers, the hotel has also groomed its MICE appeal with two new upscale ballrooms and five new breakout rooms, each of which is named for the five traditional elements of metal, earth, wood, water, and fire. The five individual peaks of the sacred Marble Mountains also carry the same monikers.

The beachfront resort now offers a total of five different meeting/convention rooms and seven breakout rooms. The largest and newest ballroom, Vistar, is able to accommodate up to 600 guests at 620 square meters. The modern Marble meeting space, at 558 square meters, has a capacity of up to 500 guests.

Cape Nao, the Spanish culinary soul of the property has further tapped into Meliá’s Mediterranean roots with the expansion of the outdoor terrace area, increasing the capacity for outdoor dining to 110 guests. The new, spacious dining area, overlooking the ocean, epitomizes the Mediterranean lifestyle, with its preference for outdoor living and enjoying good food under the sun.

The hotel has seven different pools, three of which are available exclusively for The Level guests. With the refurbishment, the water height of the main pool is now level with the surrounding landscaping, and boasts an unobstructed view of the sandy shore and waves beyond.

The hotel’s arrival experience has been further elevated with the addition of a covered arrival area surrounded by tropical foliage.

Meliá Danang Beach Resort is a 521-key resort with multiple dining outlets introducing Mediterranean and South East Asian flavors, wellbeing offerings ranging from pampering at its YHI Spa to more physical pursuits such as yoga classes or exercising at the gym, and nine different room and suite options to meet the varying needs of guests.

The hotel was recently awarded Trip Advisor’s ‘Best of the Best’ Travelers’ Choice Award 2024, the highest recognition available through the leading travel guidance platform. The prestigious recognition is given to hotels and resorts ranked in the top 1% of properties worldwide.

Until December 31, 2024 the property has a special offer for families where the first two children (under six) stay for free. Families also have access to a playground and Kidsdom, a kids club with a range of enriching activities for little ones. Stays in a Deluxe room are currently 30% off with prices starting at VND 2,700,000 inclusive of breakfast, tax and services for two adults.

For more information visit: https://www.Meliá.com/en/hotels/vietnam/da-nang/Meliá-danang-beach-resort/

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