All rooms come with private balconies overlooking the South China Sea, the infinity pool or the gardens
The impressive infinity pool leads right down to the beach
Dine on a private stretch of sand at the Azure Beach Lounge
What To Know
Free shuttle to/from Hoi An
Bikes are available to rent from reception
Located on a secluded beach but just 15 minutes from the center of Danang and the airport
Parking on site
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Peaceful retreat in central Vietnam with an impressive infinity pool and a restaurant on a private stretch of sand
On the white sands of Bac My An beach, the Pullman Danang is a peaceful beachfront retreat in central Vietnam. Set on lush grounds scattered with palm trees, the 187-room resort occupies a cluster of low-rise whitewashed buildings topped with traditional Vietnamese red-tiled roofs. All of the guestrooms have private balconies overlooking the South China Sea, the infinity pool or the gardens and the cream-on-white color scheme is broken up with floral scatter cushions, teak floors and window shutters. Marble bathrooms come with a tub and a separate shower and they’re stocked with products from French perfumier, Roger & Gallet. Days here are spent lounging on comfy daybeds by the infinity pool that leads straight down to the beach, indulging in Ayurvedic treatments at the spa, or cycling around the local area (bikes are available to rent from reception). On the foodie front, Restaurant Epice serves Vietnamese spring rolls and pho from an open kitchen, or tuck into light bites on a private stretch of sand at the Azure Beach Lounge.
In the Area
The Pullman Danang Beach Resort sits smack bang in the middle of one of the most untouched and picturesque — and least-known — provinces in Vietnam. Here you can trek through jungle-clad mountains to discover iridescent black lagoons reflecting stilt houses and old-fashioned oyster farms, or stumble upon a floating restaurant deep within the mangroves. If you tire of being a pioneer, the temples and tombs of Hue, the Champa ruins of My Son and the colonial shopping hot spot of Hoi An are just a daytrip away.