InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort

Bai Bac Son Tra Peninsula
Da Nang,

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Hidden in the myth-filled hills of 'Monkey Mountain' in the heart of the Son Tra Peninsula Nature Reserve in Danang, Vietnam, the luxury InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is a work of art as much as a resort. Set in 37 hectares of stepped gardens leading down to a private beach – dramatic views of the sea can be enjoyed from all 201 rooms – every inch of this luxury resort is the stunning creation of star architect Bill Bensley and, as a result, is unique in design and concept.

Gourmet travelers will appreciate La Maison 1888 with the distinguished classic French cuisine helmed by three Michelin starred chef, while those looking for a genuine wellness retreat will love the HARNN Heritage Spa set in a private lagoon. Travelers can treat tired feet to the ultimate pedicure by 'podiatrist to the stars' Bastien Gonzalez as global leaders put the world to rights at The Summit, the resort's impressive conference center.

Billed as the place "Where Myth Meets Luxury", it's an easy drive from InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort to UNESCO world heritage sites of Hoi An, Hue and My Son (described as "Vietnam's Angkor Wat") making it a perfect base for travelers seeking an experience that connects them to central Vietnam.

Exclusive Amenities

  • Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two guests at Citron
  • $100 USD equivalent Food & Beverage (including La Maison 1888) or Harnn Heritage Spa or Bastien Gonzalez Studio credit during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
  • Roundtrip airport transfers including access to our private Sun Peninsula airport lounges per room per stay for Club Peninsula Suite, Penthouse and/or 1,2,3 Bedroom Villas (Penthouses & Villas with private pool) bookings
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout the resort
  • 1/2 day tour of Hoi An tour with guide and transportation and InterContinental exclusive bag, for minimum consecutive 4 night stay
The following amenities are subject to availability at the time of check-in/departure:
  • Upgrade
  • Early Check-In
  • Late Check-Out

Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 Noon


Number of Rooms: 201

Resort Classic Rooms

Classic Room offers 753.47ft² (70 square meters) of spacious accommodation. Contemporary design imaginatively plays with the shapes of local forms such as the geometric silhouette of paper lanterns and the wood-spindled windows of traditional temples and aristocratic residences.

Resort Classic Terrace Suites

At 861.11ft² (80 square meters), Resort Classic Terrace Suites are created as lavish spaces with expansive indoor and outdoor areas. The luxuriously furnished Vietnamese-styled interior opens onto a private balcony daybed, where you can relax amidst magnificent views of the sparkling East Sea. A marble-topped surfboard-shaped dining table invites you to delight in an alfresco Tepandine experience, accompanied by a bottle of your chosen vintage from the in-room wine fridge.

Son Tra Room

Your Son Tra Room offers 753.47ft² (70 square meters) of spacious accommodation, located on Heaven level. Contemporary design imaginatively plays with the shapes of local forms such as the geometric silhouette of paper lanterns and the wood-spindled windows of traditional temples and aristocratic residences. On your spacious balcony enjoy stunning views of the East Sea from the comfort of your oversized rattan chairs.

Son Tra Terrace Suites

A uniquely Vietnamese experience is in store for guests staying in our Son Tra Suites. Created as lavish spaces of 861.11ft² (80 square meters) with expansive indoor and outdoor areas, luxuriously furnished interiors on the resort’s Heaven Level – the highest level of the resort - overlook magnificent views of the sparkling East Sea. Select a bottle from your in-room wine fridge, brew an early morning cup from your espresso machine and enjoy a perfect moment all to yourself.

Club InterContinental Rooms

With full access to Club InterContinental privileges, Your Club Intercontinental Room offers 753.47ft² (70 square meters) of spacious accommodation. Contemporary design imaginatively plays with the shapes of local forms such as the geometric silhouette of paper lanterns and the wood-spindled windows of traditional temples and aristocratic residences.

Club Terrace Suites

The 861.11ft² (80 square meters) luxuriously furnished Vietnamese-styled interior opens onto a private balcony daybed, where you can relax amidst magnificent views of the sparkling East Sea. A marble-topped surfboard-shaped dining table invites you to delight in an alfresco Tepandine experience, accompanied by a bottle of your chosen vintage from the in-room wine fridge. Full access to Club InterContinental privileges included.

Club Peninsula Suites

Luxuriate with indoor-outdoor living. The plush interiors of the suites open onto a sprawling private terrace replete with two king-size daybeds, a terrace bar with a wine fridge and espresso machine. For a romantic private dining experience, let our chef prepare a Tepandine meal for you and your partner on the surfboard-shaped marble dining table. In total, your suite gives you reign over 1399.3ft² (130 square meters)

Heavenly Penthouses

A truly sophisticated and secluded space, the 1829.9ft² (170 square meters) Heavenly Penthouses are situated in a private enclave on the highest level of the resort, commanding sublime views of Son Tra Bay. Along with all the comforts found in the Club InterContinental, guests of our Heavenly Penthouses enjoy a plunge pool with phenomenal panoramic views of sky, sea and jungle. A personal butler is on hand to ensure your stay is thoroughly relaxing, while privileges such as daily afternoon tea and your choice of dining venues make for a truly superlative stay.

Seaside Villas by the Beach

With the white sands of the beach just a short walk from your king-size bed, the 1851.4ft² (172 square meters) Seaside Villas offer an idyllic location. Warm yourself beneath tropical rays on the sundeck or lounge on your separate terrace, before taking a dip in your own private pool. Inside, enjoy a cinema screening for two with your high-tech entertainment and sound system – all from the comfort of your luxurious villa.

Seaside Villas on the Rock

Nestled in the rocks, these villas offer a similar treasure chest of luxuries to those by the beach, but with the dramatic surrounds of boulders at the foot of the mountains. Enjoy the luxury of your own private pool or toast the evening from the sundeck with a bottle from your personal wine fridge.

Spa Lagoon Retreat Villas

Seclude yourself in the quiet mysticism of the spa. Situated at the edge of a tranquil lagoon, our 2798.6ft² (260 square meters) Spa Villas offer guests an expansive haven to recharge, relax and renew mind and body in a serene natural setting, removed from the cares of the world outside. A custom canopy stone bathtub is the highlight of your spa-styled bathroom, which also features a steam room, dry sauna, outdoor shower and Jacuzzi.

Royal Residence by the Sea

With two bedrooms and 3229.2ft² (300 square meters) of space, the prestigious villa offers an indulgent option for dignitaries or those who wish to holiday in superlative style. Your private dining room is built separately at the edge of rocks, rising on stilts at the waterside. A large 13 meter lap pool beckons, as do chilled drinks at your built-in bar.

Sun Peninsula Residence Villa

Sun Peninsula Residence Villa, the resort’s latest luxury beachfront accommodation. Elite Butlers, professional chauffeurs and excellent Chefs are each carefully trained to understand the needs of the most exquisite travelers and create that unique service experience.

Bai Bac Bay Villa

Nestled on a secluded mountain slope for ultimate privacy, Bai Bac Bay Villa sets a new standard for a luxury vacation. 500sqm of lavish beachfront living space and lush landscape offer endless unobstructed views of the private bay. Interior design aesthetic strongly evokes the abstract work of post modernist Sean Scully - effortlessly blending art into luxury living. The villa boosts 3 private pools, 3 bedrooms and a large reception area as well as a fully equipped kitchen – making it perfect for both relaxation and entertainment. 

Guest Services

24-Hour Business Center

24-Hour Front Desk

24-Hour Room Service

Complimentary Shuttle Service


Cooking Classes

  • Vietnamese cooking school tours
  • French cooking school at La Maison 1888

    Currency Exchange

    Multilingual Staff

    Tours & Excursions

    Transportation Arrangement

    Turndown Service

    24-Hour Fitness Center

    Complimentary Wireless (WiFi) Internet

    Laundry Service

    Shuttle Service

  • Facilities

    Business Center

    Business Center with complimentary computers with internet connection.

    Children's Pool

    Hiking Trails


    Resort Center with library offering an extensive selection of books.

    Private Beach


    Sports Center where tennis lovers have everything to hit their best shots.

    Water Sports

    Water sports Center offers kayaking, windsurfing, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkeling, fishing and surfing.

    Children's Activity Center

    Planet Trekkers - kids' club.


    Afternoon Tea

    Beachfront Bar

    Beachfront Restaurant


    Meeting Rooms

    Recreation Center


    Airport Lounge

    Banquet Space

    Bar & Coffee Shop



    Club / Executive Level

    Gift Shop



    Infinity Pool

    Lobby Lounge

    Lounge Area

    Nail Salon

    Night Club

    Outdoor Terrace

    Retail Shops


    Sun Terrace


    La Maison 1888

    La Maison 1888 - top 10 in the  World's Best New Restaurants 2016 by CNN - captures the essence of haute French dining, with the distinct gourmet experience of delectable à la carte menu of distinguished classic French cuisine. This signature restaurant has already becoming the number one gastronomic destination in Vietnam.
    Being the first restaurant in Vietnam that features a Michelin-starred chef and after three successful years working with Michel Roux, La Maison 1888 is now home to the world renowned chef Pierre Gagnaire.

    This truly special signature restaurant was designed to recreate an antique French mansion with each dining area its own intimate niche reflecting a period room: Traveller’s Room, Accountant’s Room and Le Boudoir de Madame.

    Citron Restaurant

    Savour artisanal cuisine amidst a masterpiece of design and the best views of the resort at our main restaurant, Citron. The most coveted seats in the house – private dining booths –float over the hillside, 100 meters above sea level. Each unique space suspends you mid-air and takes the form of a traditional Vietnamese conical hat. Your chef’s artistic palette spans a variety of flavors, with a focus on local regional Vietnamese delicacies and beautifully crafted Mediterranean specialties.


    Relax in style amidst the stunning setting of our beachfront restaurant, with panoramic sea views and the cool breeze of the ocean as your backdrop. Freshly caught seafood is cooked in a range of styles, served in the main restaurant or in our private boats, located directly on the beach.

    Buffalo Bar

    Located within La Maison 1888, Buffalo Bar has been created as an exclusive refuge of timeless elegance and is the perfect place to start or end your evening. Catering to the most sophisticated tastes, it offers a premium selection of cigars from Cuba, as well as a variety of exclusive pours, including vintage wines, cognac, aged whiskies and infused vodkas

    The L_o_n_g Bar

    The L_o_n_g Bar has been created as a chilled-out spot for refreshing drinks and expertly mixed cocktails. A contemporary style lounge setting, this extra-long bar is located directly on our private beachfront. Guests can select from a long list of wines, beers, house pours, and cocktails, as well as a delicious assortment of light bites and tapas.


    Area Map

    Local Attractions

    • Hoi An Ancient Town
    Hoi An is Vietnam’s most charming and atmospheric town, an old port city that has remained remarkably well preserved for hundreds of years. A stroll through the city’s lantern-lit old town, along winding lanes, temples and Chinese shop houses is a romantic journey to the past.
    Hoi An (then called Lam Ap Pho) was the main trading port of the Cham Empire from the 2nd to the 14th centuries. The city rose to prominence again in the 16th century under the Nguyen Lords and became a major economic center. Chinese, Japanese and traders from Europe all played a role in the city’s development, giving it a uniquely international flavor.

    Today, Hoi An’s historic charm coexists with abundant shopping and chic modern restaurants, making it a top tourist destination and a culinary haven.
    • Han Market
    For a taste of a typical Vietnamese marketplace, a visit to Han Market is a must. This 28,000 square meter bi-level behemoth sells everything from dried fruits to designer knockoffs. It started as a small trading area during French colonial times, was expanded in 1940 and totally rebuilt in 1989. Local people head to Han Market for goods such as fabric, clothes, fresh fruits, flowers and local food at reasonable prices.
    • Danang Museum of Cham Sculpture
    Located in the center of the city, the Cham Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of artifacts from the ancient Cham civilization. Works on display range from the 7th to 15th centuries and are made of sandstone, terracotta and bronze. Many statues portray Hindu deities Shiva and Vishnu, and there are other major relics such as pedestals and linga.
    • Marble Mountains
    The Marble Mountains are limestone formations protruding from the Non Nuoc beach just outside Danang. There are several paths which lead up to the top of the cliffs and provide breathtaking views of the East Sea and its surrounding beaches.
    Cham people originally housed the caves throughout the mountains, and today the surrounding area is home to local artisans who produce artwork and sculptures. Make sure to check out Huyen Khong cave, home to an enormous Cham Buddha illuminated by shafts of natural light.
    • Linh Ung Pagoda/Goddess of Mercy
    Located on the Son Tra Peninsula, Linh Ung pagoda (one of three in Danang), is nearly 200m above sea level and offers sweeping views of the sea and the surrounding areas. But the most striking feature of the pagoda is the enormous, all-white statue of Quan The Am (also known as Guanyin), the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy. At 67m, it is the tallest statue in Vietnam and one of the tallest in all of Southeast Asia. The statue faces out towards the sea, and at night is illuminated, a beacon for fisherman
    • Ba Na Hills
    Boasting the longest and highest cable car in the world, Ba Na Hills offer a temperate mountain retreat with a cool climate year-round. The former French hill station is still being developed as an eco-tourism destination.
    • Golf
    Golf has caught on in Vietnam in a big way, and two of the finest courses in the country are located near Danang. Montgomerie Links, located midway between Hoi An and Danang, was designed by Colin Montgomerie, while the Danang Golf Club is home to The Dunes course designed by Greg Norman. Both have won wide international acclaim and have been voted to lists of the top golf courses in Asia.
    • Hue Imperial City
    Located approximately 100km from the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, this charming old capital city on the Perfume River is worth a visit for its UNESCO World Heritage Complex of Monuments, a fascinating look at the height of feudal Vietnam. Established as the capital of unified Vietnam in 1802, Hue was the political, cultural and religious center under the Nguyen Dynasty until 1945.

    Map / Location

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    Located a spectacular 30 minute drive from the International Airport Danang (12.4 miles) and 8 miles from the bustling streets of downtown Danang, the resort is nestled in a secluded private bay of the Son Tra Peninsula, also called Mythical Monkey Mountain.

    From Danang International Airport:

    • Continue to Nguyen Van Linh Street.
    • Go straight to Dragon Bridge.
    • Go across Dragon Bridge to Vo Van Kiet Street.
    • Turn left to Vo Nguyen Giap Street.
    • Continue to go straight to Hoang Sa Street.
    • Go straight up Son Tra Peninsula to InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort.
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    Nearby airports: Da Nang, Vietnam
    Distance: 12.4 Miles

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