Hilton Da Nang, a 28-story, 220-room full-service hotel, celebrated its grand opening ceremony on September 17, marking Hilton’s first hotel in central Vietnam and third in the country, joining the Hilton Hanoi Opera and Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi.
Located near the Han Bridge and the city’s famed Bach Dang Street, Hilton Da Nang enjoys easy access to the hub of Da Nang’s main entertainment, shopping, and business belts. The hotel is also a short ten-minute drive from Da Nang International Airport and five minutes from Da Nang Beach.
“Hilton Da Nang is uniquely placed to provide the foundation for memorable and sustainable travel experiences for guests visiting this culturally rich city,” said Mr. Jamie Mead, Regional General Manager for Hilton in Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines. “And with this we look forward to enhancing the guest experience and redefining the hospitality landscape here in Vietnam, not just for our guests but for our Team Members as well. We are very proud to say that 98 per cent of Hilton Da Nang’s Team Members are local Vietnamese with extensive experience in the hospitality industry.”
Ranging from 36 sq m to 202 sq m, all 220 spacious guest rooms and suites feature a locally-inspired contemporary design and boast views of the Han River. The hotel’s executive floor rooms offer exclusive access to the 27th floor lounge, where guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast, all-day refreshments, and panoramic views of the city.
With a total of 725 sq m dedicated to flexible meeting spaces, Hilton Da Nang offers eight meeting rooms and a grand ballroom that can accommodate up to 500 guests. Each meeting space comes fully equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment and high-speed wi-fi to ensure events run smoothly and seamlessly.
In addition to a 24-hour gym and a heated outdoor swimming pool overlooking the Han River, Hilton Da Nang also offers three dining options: Brasserie Nam, an all-day dining restaurant, Café Viet bakery, and The Sail, a high-end rooftop grill bar.
Hilton now has 40 hotels in operation across nine countries in Southeast Asia and the brand will double this in the next three to five years, with more than 50 hotels opening. Tourism continues to grow in record numbers in Vietnam and the appeal of the country reaches a global audience. In the very near future Hilton will open a second Hilton Garden Inn and introduce the DoubleTree by Hilton brand to Vietnam.