Novotel Danang Premier Han River opens

Novotel Danang Premier Han River, a newly-built upper mid-scale hotel located on the West bank of the Han River, opened its doors in the heart of Danang city in central Vietnam. Currently the highest building in Danang, this new property promises a new hotel experience and convenience for both business and leisure travellers visiting this city.

Novotel Danang Premier Han River is set in a location with a 360-degree view of the surrounding cityscape. Situated on the western bank of the Han River in Danang’s CBD, Novotel Danang Premier Han River has 323 guestrooms and suites designed with the latest Novotel amenities. The rooms come standard with either a balcony or terrace. The open-room design permits the play of light to filter across the interior.

For culinary experiences in the hotel, on offer are: The Square, an all-day dining restaurant serving local and international cuisine; Splash Pool Bar; and Pier 36 Lobby Lounge, with a view overlooking the bank of the Han River and the Bach Dang promenade. Other hotel facilities include the fitness and wellness center In|Balance, sauna, spa and an outdoor swimming pool.

Novotel Danang Premier Han River is equipped with meeting and event facilities. The hotel's meeting rooms provide over 8,611 square feet of conference and meeting facilities, including a pillar-less ballroom and function rooms, VIP rooms and boardrooms. The meeting facilities can accommodate up to 830 guests, with audiovisual equipment.

The hotel is a 10-minute drive from Danang International Airport, and is also near many tourist attractions, such as the Cham Museum, Han Market, Marble Mountain, Son Tra Peninsula and Danang Beach.

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