Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa, the five-star lifestyle resort nestled directly by the beach, is set to become the destination-of-choice for experience-driven events with an immersive new MICE program that will help every meeting planner to inspire their guests and create itineraries that showcase the heart and soul of Central Vietnam.
Having recently emerged from a multi-million-dollar transformation, which included the launch of Vive Océane, Danang’s first beach club restaurant, Terrasse, which is ideal for pre-dinner drinks, cocktails and canapés, Osteria al Mare, the revitalized Italian restaurant, a dedicated gallery space, revamped villas and more, this newly-revitalized beachfront retreat is now inviting event organizers to stage their business functions, social soirées and one-of-a-kind weddings in Danang.
The Regency Ballroom sets the stage for major corporate conferences
A line-up of impressive event spaces is headlined by the 334sqm Regency Ballroom, which can comfortably host 210 guests for gala dinners, award ceremonies, corporate conferences and more. A bright pre-function area and courtyard also set the scene for customized coffee breaks and networking sessions, and can even serve as standalone venues for exhibitions.
Each meeting space is intuitively designed to stimulate creativity
Seven other inviting venues can host between 10 and 80 guests, providing outstanding options for occasions such as training sessions, strategy briefings and product launches, and 20 hectares of idyllic outdoor space, including coconut palm shaded gardens and the soft sandy beach, can set the stage for memorable meals, cocktail receptions and alfresco wedding ceremonies, all underpinned by professional planning services and state-of-the-art technology.
To make meeting planners’ lives even easier, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa is one of only five Hyatt Regency-branded properties in Asia Pacific to pilot Hyatt’s “Event Experience Guides,” which are intuitively designed to provide information about the resort’s event spaces, accommodation, menus, sustainability practices, wellbeing options and more, all in one interactive, easy-to-navigate online platform. These visually-led guides ensure a flexible and seamless experience for meeting planners, so they can focus on delivering exceptional events for attendees.
Under the Journey program, delegates can enjoy excursions to the heritage-rich town of Hoi An
What makes this five-star lifestyle resort truly stand out from the crowd however, is its ability to transport visitors on a journey of discovery. Under the resort’s “Journey” program, meeting planners can easily explore a choice of onsite activities or local area adventures that have been curated to inspire delegates and connect them with the destination’s nature, culture and communities. From craft villages, distillery tours and historical trips to the UNESCO World Heritage wonders of Hoi An, Hue and My Son, to cycling trips through the countryside, jeep rides through Son Tra Forest, trekking in the breath-taking Hai Van Pass, and so much more, every delegate will leave with a fresh appreciation of Danang’s rich heritage.
Group activities such as morning yoga classes will enhance mind, body and soul
Back at the resort, yoga classes and water sports offer plenty of ways to invigorate the body, and Danang’s world-class golf courses – designed by some of the sport’s biggest names – create compelling options for corporate recreation. Every occasion at Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa can be enhanced with wellness programs, sound meditation, Vietnamese dance and rejuvenating spa offerings to create holistic and mindful experiences for all guests, and the “Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Carefully Served” culinary concept sees talented chefs take a farm-to-table approach to event catering, with locally-sourced ingredients and optional plant-based menus.
Naturally, sustainability is a key part of Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa’s MICE concept. Meeting planners who want to stage eco-friendly events can rest assured that the resort weaves responsible solutions into every aspect of its proposals, including the elimination of single-use plastics, waste and energy reduction, and “Thrive” volunteering opportunities for delegates, such as beach clean-ups.
Following a major renovation, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa is now welcoming international business travelers and corporate events
“At Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa, we understand that meeting planners are seeking something different – they want their event to be empowering, engaging and enriching. That’s why we have launched the Journey program, which immerses travelers in the spirit of Central Vietnam. These curated experiences will excite your guests’ imaginations, stimulate their senses and ensure that every occasion lives long in the memory. As a proud pioneer of Hyatt’s Event Experience Guides, we ensure that our MICE clients have everything they need to succeed.” said Adrian Pulido, General Manager, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa.
Nestled on 700 meters of soft sand on Vietnam’s central coast, Hyatt Regency Danang Resort & Spa is a five-star family resort that features 198 rooms and suites, 144 one- to three-bedroom residences and 18 pool villas, plus five outdoor pools, a large Camp Hyatt kids’ club, a fitness center, spa, an art gallery, and a diverse selection of restaurants and bars. With a complex of different buildings, groups can enjoy their own private, self-enclosed section of the resort.
Qualified events that book between September 15th and November 30th, 2023, with a minimum spend of USD 2,500 will earn an additional 20,000 World Hyatt Bonus Points plus 10% off their master bill! To learn more and to book your inspiring event, please click here.
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