|Most expensive month:||February|
|Average price in Da Nang:||$145/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$7/night|
|Most expensive day:||Tuesday|
Novotel Danang Premier Han River
36 Bach Dang Thach Than Ward, Da Nang, Vietnam
Furama Resort Danang
105 Vo Nguyen Giap Street, Khue My Ward, Da Nang, Vietnam
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Central Vietnam’s largest city, Da Nang is a bustling modern port with long stretches of beach and a pulsating nightlife. It’s a popular base for visiting the rugged Ba Na Hills, together with the imperial capital of Hue and the ancient city of Hoi An.
Be sure to visit the Cham Museum to discover the fascinating history of the Hindu Cham civilisation that inhabited Central Vietnam until the 14th century. Ancient sandstone sculptures depicting Shiva, nagas and elephants can be seen, together with lingam altars created as icons of fertility.
Make the one-hour journey south to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed My Son Sanctuary, believed to be the longest-inhabited archaeological site in Indochina. The crumbling Hindu temples, built by Champa kings, date from the 4th to 14th centuries.
Spend a day exploring the picturesque Marble Mountains, with Buddhist temples and pagodas built within the caves and grottos. Don’t miss the Am Phu Cave, where the natural rock formations and dark tunnels have been transformed with frightening figures into a Buddhist version of hell.
Want to escape the coastal heat? You can ride the world’s longest cable car from Suoi Mo Station to Ba Na Hill Resort. This former 1920s French resort features atmospheric colonial streets with magnificent views of the South China Sea.
Da Nang International Airport is a 10-minute drive west of Da Nang, with the famous Reunification Express making a stop at Da Nang Station. Local buses connect most of Da Nang’s sights, while renting a motorbike gives you greater freedom.
One of the most popular hotels in Da Nang is Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa, which has been reviewed by 767 users and currently has a rating of 8.4/10. Other top-rated locations include Pullman Danang Beach Resort and Sheraton Grand Danang Resort, which have received 8.8/10 and 8.8/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
Novotel Danang Premier Han River is a hotel near Dragon Bridge that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.7 across 407 reviews.
Sala Danang Beach Hotel is the most recommended hotel near My Khê Beach on HotelsCombined (scoring 9.2 over 1,042 reviews).
If you’re visiting Da Nang City Centre then the nearby Novotel Danang Premier Han River is a popular hotel with HotelsCombined users (407 reviews scoring it at an average 8.7/10).
When booking accomodation in Da Nang that will allow you to be close to the foodie hub of the region, you should consider hotels along the beachfront. This way you will get the best of both worlds, great food plus a great view. Da Nang hotels such as the four-star A La Carte Da Nang Beach or Furama Resort are highly recommended. Both of these resorts are close to FatFish Restaurant. This stylish restaurant and cocktail bar offers an Asian-fusion menu that favours pizza and wood-fired barbecue, washed down with local craft beers. If you are more in the mood for a bar vibe, head to Luna Pub, where you will find a warehouse-sized area that hosts a DJ playing cool music. The bar has a great selection of drinks to be paired with fruity-flavoured shisha pipes.
When travelling with the kids and looking for things to do in Da Nang, you will want to spend a day at Sun World, in Ba Na Hills. This theme park is built on a hilltop and features a cable car, a bridge supported by giant hands & a recreated French town. One of our favourite hotels close to the park is Mercure Danang French Village. Take a drive over Dragon Bridge at night to dazzle the little ones. It is one of the longest bridges in Vietnam, and each night it is set ablaze with an epic light show. Brilliant Hotel is a good place to book a room if you want to be able to watch the show every night from the comfort of your hotel window.
When planning a list of things to do in Da Nang, add Danang Cathedral to your list, known to locals as Con Ga Church, or Rooster Church in English. You’ll learn what gives it its name when you see the weathercock which sits on top of the steeple. The candy-pink, photogenic church was built in 1923. If you packed your hiking boots, take a trip to Thuy Son, one of the larger of the five peaks in the Marble Mountains. Here, you will find natural caves where the first Hindu and Buddhist sanctuaries were built hundreds of years ago. A luxury hotel close to the Marble Mountain is Hyatt Regency Spa and Resort, an aesthetic hotel with the aim of relaxation for its guests.
Surfing is one of the most popular activities in Da Nang, given the city is the surfing hub of the country, thanks to its summer-all-year-round climate and big beaches with consistent waves. Popular surf spots in Da Nang are Nam O Point, Nuoc Beach and China Beach. These beaches provide good, strong waves for all levels of surfers; however, they are considered great spots for beginners, too, due to the mellow beach breaks. If you are looking for hotels in Da Nang near Nam O Point, we suggest a stay at Mandila Beach Hotel. If you are heading to Nuoc Beach, book your hotel room at Mangala Zen Garden Resort, or if you’re hitting the waves at China Beach, you will want to consider a room at Risemount Premier Resort.