The InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort was honoured with multiple accolades at the World Travel Awards, once again being recognised as:
The resort also received a new award for the year:
The 26th annual World Travel Awards is a prestigious event in the travel and tourism industry. Votes are decided by the public and travel professionals worldwide, reaffirming winners’ commitment to excellence.
“These awards are a spectacular testament to the vision of our owners, as well as the dedication of our team in delivering true hospitality every day,” said Mr. Seif Hamdy, General Manager, who attended the glittering Asia and Oceania Gala Ceremony on 12 October in Phu Quoc. “We are thrilled to have been recognised as the best in Asia, a stellar achievement in a region that is home to some of the finest properties in the world.”
Mr. Hamdy continued, “We are especially proud to be named Asia’s Leading Green Resort for the second consecutive time; we continue to commit wholeheartedly to championing sustainable practices and wildlife conservation.”
At InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, guests are welcomed into a haven of beautiful tranquillity upon arrival, complemented by the warmth of refined service. Lovingly created by star architect Bill Bensley, the resort is a showcase of his magical whimsy, from the enchantingly named Heaven, Sky, Earth and Sea levels to the exquisitely designed guestrooms.
Within this unique paradise is a wealth of memorable experiences. A dining highlight is La Maison 1888, with cuisine by three Michelin-starred Chef Pierre Gagnaire. There are signature treatments at HARNN Heritage Spa, and the PEDI:MANI:CURE Studio by Bastien Gonzalez. A wide range of complimentary noise- and motor-free water sports are available on the private beach. Scheduled activities include daily yoga and tai chi, workshops on massage techniques and essential oils, film screenings in a private cinema that seats 100 persons, classes on Vietnamese cooking and traditional craftsmanship, and wildlife workshops led by a resident zoologist.