Why The InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort Is An Idyllic Destination Wedding Venue
Fairy tale romance begins at the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort. Located along the picturesque Son Tra Peninsula, the 39 hectares hotel is surrounded by ancient temples, pristine waters and golden sand, making it the perfect place for an awe-inspiring yet intimate getaway.
The InterContinental’s interiors are just as lovely as its riviera views—designed by star architect Bill Bensley, the resort’s serene atmosphere is inspired by Vietnamese architecture, which blend perfectly with the breathtaking natural surroundings.
Couples looking looking to plan their special day at the InterContinental have a variety of fabulous event venues to choose from. For a touch of drama, they can book the grandiose ballroom, which boasts sky-high ceilings. Another idyllic option is the French restaurant La Maison 1888. Designed with a blend of French and Vietnamese architecture, it's a sophisticated place to tie the knot.
Looking to have a chic alfresco wedding? Host it at the resort's lush gardens, which feature palm trees aplenty, or at the marvellous private beach that spans 700 metres of pristine sand overlooking the sea.
Meanwhile, cocktail receptions can be held at the L_O_N_G bar, a lacquered beachfront property, and after-parties can be thrown inside the stylish M Club.
Special highlights of the hotel are its Penthouse and Villa Collection residences, which all feature decadent seaside balconies. Until December 20, guests who book these residences receive value-added offers, which vary from a complimentary dinner at La Maison 1888, to resort credit that can be used at the award-winning HARNN Heritage Spa.
Most of all, the hotel’s customer service is one of the best in the industry. Whether you’re looking to book a wedding, honeymoon or a romantic retreat, the InterContinental Danang will make sure you’re taken care of.
For more information, visit danang.intercontinental.com
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- Words Christian Gollayan