4.5
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What We Love

  • 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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Peaceful retreat in central Vietnam with an impressive infinity pool and a restaurant on a private stretch of sand

The Lowdown

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.

How to Get There

Pullman Danang Beach Resort
101 Vo Nguyen Giap Street, Khue My Ward
Da Nang, 55000 Vietnam

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1670 Reviews
Nice hotel and staff but service not 5 star
Reviewed 1 day ago

Location, size and condition of the hotel is very nice. Staff is very friendly. Especially concierge service was excellent. Very good breakfast with nice outdoor seating and atmosphere. Unfortunately, service quality in the pool area is low. Need to wait long time till drinks are served during happy hour. Staff by the pool looks demotivated. No proactive service provided to sun chairs by the beach. Water sports offering was a joke. Jet-Ski was broken. No attempts made by staff to provide (alternative) solutions. No proactive follow-up by management to my complaint re jet-ski service from Wednesday April 24. Kids club clearly below expectations. While kids club staff was very kind, not many activities were offered failing to excite the children to join.

The pullman
Reviewed 6 days ago

Stayed here for 8 nights recently. Hotel is modern,clean and overall an excellent place to stay. Breakfast buffet was very good with plenty of choices.
There are a few bars and a couple restaurants within a 5 minute walk. Nha bep being the best by far just over road turn right. Simple,cheap and clean. Walk further up the road (out of hotel turn right) and there are plenty more BUT it’s quite a walk.
Bad points:
Noisy ...some people just don’t understand walking past rooms at 3 am shouting someone might actually be asleep behind them doors. Staff should be telling people with a polite notice.
Not enough staff at pool bar .
Watched Tu run around one evening trying to keep up with orders . Give her a pay rise and a holiday because she deserves it! Chi was also very polite and tried hard to make sure people served etc. Both these girls are a credit to The Pullman.
I think because of the size of this place you lose the personal touch of smaller hotels. More staff would probably solve this.
Food by the pool was also expensive BUT good.
Overall a very good hotel that could do with some improvements to make it great.

A great success
Reviewed 6 days ago

I use a wheelchair being paraplegic T12/L1.

The hotel was ver accessible, well ramped, level access and a particularly accessible. The food in the resort was particularly good, as was the coffee.

The staff were very helpful and friendly, Ms Ni at Guest services was very good at skilfully organising our tours.

A 5 star experience at is very best!
Reviewed 6 days ago

The Pullman hotel is a fantastic place to Stay in Danang. The breakfast is the best we have ever had on our extensive travels across the globe, that ranged from a Fresh sushi bar, a health bar, a Vietnamese baguette bar and even a Bloody Mary bar the list goes on and on and it is a truly great experience.
The hotel has a wonderful theme of dragon flies across all of the hotel which is a nice touch. The pool service is first class with a buzzer for service and a jug of iced cool water on every table. The beach is probably one of the nicest beaches we have come across on this holiday and they have big hammocks amongst the palm trees which is a great retreat from the heat of the midday sun. We took advantage of the free jet ski and banana boat offer which our children loved. The sea is a fantastic and safe place to swim...with surf and body boards free for hotel guest and life guards are on duty at all times. The rooms (we had 2 interconnecting rooms) were large and spacious and were well appointed, with a nice balcony and an excellent turn down service. The grounds are lovely, especially the infinity pools leading from the hotel with dragonfly sculptures which were very pretty.
The location was excellent close to many restaurants and a great laundry service opposite the hotel or for about £3 you could get a taxi into the heart of Danang city, which although is very modern compared to Hoi An and Hue, was very vibrant and lovely place to go, with some fantastic restaurants (The Brilliant Top Bar for the best views of Danang City and Fat Fish for the best food.)
However if there is one criticism it would the two very loud ladies, droning on and on in a very loud and irritating manner, who need to understand people don’t need to have to endure their squawking....understandably this out of the control of the hotel, however the use of a personal phone/speaker to play music loud enough for others to hear is unacceptable and is in the control of the hotel and hope these ladies read this review and think about how they could respect everyone holiday experience not only their own and for the hotel to police this better to prevent this from happening.
Putting that aside, we really enjoyed our stay at this hotel and would recommend to others looking for a 5 star experience at its very best.

One of the best resorts we’ve ever stayed in
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed here for 5 nights in between Hoi An and Cambodia. It was superb. The staff were lovely and the rooms and amenities were fabulous. The entire layout of the resort is wonderful. The massive pool is beautiful and the white sandy beach with plenty of lounge chairs is great. The beach is immaculate and the water is crystal clear. The breakfast choices are incredible, and your spoilt for options, with cappuccino and lattes some of the best we’ve ever had. Anyone who stays here will certainly not be disappointed. My only negative would be my internet kept cutting out and the pool food is expensive. Other than that it’s definitely 5 stars