Architecturally the Hyatt Regency Da Nang best embodies the chain's design sensibilities and accessible price point this neck of the woods. The estate is a lovely patchwork of tropical lawns linking low-rise accommodation blocks with the restaurants, pools (there are a few in this mid-sized property), spa, club lounge and lobby. The main attraction here is its proximity to the sea with only a finger of sand between the seafront blocks and the South China Sea. The interior of the rooms and suites, of which there are only a scant selection, are uniformly incomplex - they are all tastefully furnished with Zen-Scandinavian aesthetics and come with a patio that opens to the garden or sea view.
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The Green Room is transitioning from an all day diner to a full blooded Italian restaurant under a bona fide Italian chef when we visited and as such we enjoyed a sumptuous dinner of regional pastas and a very satisfying braciola. The cannoli here is just fabulous.
Many of Vietnam's resorts are installed with club lounges and the star attraction here is the Regency Club, one of the country's best with an uncommon dedication to grand service pretenders in the cities would be hard-pressed to match.
The sea was a bit rough over our visit but in the calmer months there is a myriad of sea activities that can be great for sea sports enthusiasts and families alike.