Family Beach Life

Connecting family with sun, fun and relaxation in the heart of Danang’s My An Beach

If your world is a little bigger and is made up of more than just two, if it includes little ones, Premier Village Danang Resort Managed by AccorHotels (99 Vo Nguyen Giap Street, My An Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District-055000-Danang) is perfect for you. The paradisiacal village was made with families at the core of its identity, which mirrors Asian cultural values.

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Traveling families are accommodated with private dwellings, which are complete with modern, furnished kitchens and a dining area that can either host sit-down meals or just be home base for snacks taken between dips inside the private swimming pool. Dining in is nice, but Premier Village Danang Resort’s guests would be remiss to abstain from the daily breakfast spread inside the Lemongrass Restaurant, a potpourri of fresh grains and fruits complemented by juice and a fresh made espresso, or the seafood buffet at the Ca Chuon Co Seafood Restaurant. Guests can make a meal from the plethora of entrees ready for dining, or they can draw from the restaurant’s selection of fresh seafood and have it cooked to order immediately within the restaurant.

Both the Lemongrass Restaurant and the Ca Chuon Co Seafood Restaurant as well as the resort’s third dining location, the Nautica Beach Club, share the resort’s deep interest in making space for families from the ample number of seating options for groups of five to 10 to the nice-to-not- uptight nature of the dining resorts. It’s not uncommon to see children playing hide and seek around the dining room in the the seafood restaurant.

They are busy, but not bustling in the way that the typical good restaurant is. Similarly, the resort is nice without being ostentatious, handsome like a well-dressed guest for dinner. It looks like nothing else within Vietnam, and those inside of it could credibly believe they’ve gone elsewhere. This is perhaps AccorHotels greatest strength, the feeling of being somewhere else of their accommodations.

The beachside resort is composed of villas build with modern designs favoring lines and broad planes of whites. Abounding everywhere are a cornucopia of attractive plants and flowers lining neatly laid out streets closed to all but the hotel shuttles and bicycles rented by guests.

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There is a feeling of difference one may feel when looking over the spa’s menu of treatment options, which feature hours-long sessions. In another world, our world, a place where our time is precious and scarce and must be protected from all unnecessary commitments like self care, this would be unthinkable. Here, however, the investment in oneself is not only permitted but encouraged.

That sense of a new world is conveyed through and sensed as a very literal part of the resort experience. Soundproofing protects the resort from the noise of the world, the pristine beaches are perfect for picture or for longboarding through the hotel offers.

It may be when your family is enjoy a private in-villa barbecue or when you’ve earned a couple of minutes to yourself having left the children with the resort’s childcare facility. If you’re ever at the resort within sight of the sea, the eyes tend to the go to the blue horizon; more than likely, this is one of the few things you’ve looked at for the simple pleasure of seeing it in a long time. The pleasure of the sight is doubled by the paradisiacal accommodations. Like meditation, there is something special in becoming aware of your own ensuing pleasure.

It seems a curious irony that the end result of all the nice things around Premier Village Danang Resort—the purpose of the well-planned, flowered grounds; the animating principle behind the pristine, quiet beach—is to bring you to yourself and those closest to you.

For more info or to book, visit premier-village-danang.com, email [email protected] or call +84 (0) 2363 919 999

Images Provided by Premier Village Danang Resort

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