Peter Ryder, chief executive official of Indochina Capital Vietnam as the project owner, told reporters in Danang on Saturday that the 5-star seaside resort had been put into service after some three years of construction at an investment cost of more than US$130 million.
With contemporary design and Vietnamese-style architectural elements, the Hyatt Regency Da Nang boasts 200 guestrooms, 182 luxurious residences and 27 private ocean villas each with a private pool.
The resort features a Regency Ballroom able to accommodate up to 400 people for meetings and seven function rooms that cater to between 40 and 80 guests, all fitted with modern equipments and amenities.
Other resort facilities include dining and drinking venues, a fitness center, swimming pools, tennis and badminton courts, and a Camp Hyatt offering a wide range of activities for children and younger guests.
Ryder said families were one of the target groups of guests for the new resort, which is about 15 minutes by car from Da Nang International Airport.
Anthony Gain, general manager of Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort and Spa, explained at the press conference that this is the second property with the Hyatt brand in Vietnam after the Park Hyatt Saigon, which was put into operations more than five years ago.
Willi Martin, area vice president of Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, said in a statement released last weekend that the company believed the Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort and Spa would further strengthen its brand portfolio in South East Asia.
Source: Saigon times