The Perfect Spot for an Unforgettable Wedding

on Vietnam's Central Coast

Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa

A wedding at the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa is an experience the happy couple and their guests will never forget.

Found on the stunning beaches of Danang, the resort features exceptional wedding facilities.

Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa is the perfect base to explore the unique honeymoon experiences found on Vietnam’s Central Coast.

It is 30 minutes from Danang International Airport means no-one has to miss the special day.

A choice of venues

The resort features three unique outdoor venues, catering for receptions of varying sizes.

The largest is the impressive beachfront venue, which can hold up to 700 guests. The Beach House Garden, with panoramic ocean views, is available for up to 250 guests.

For more intimate gatherings, the Pool House Garden, a few steps from the ocean, can cater for up to 100 guests.

The luxurious Regency Ballroom can hold up to 250 guests. Its pre-function area is also perfect for intimate cocktail receptions.

The resort’s culinary team is on-hand with delightful menus for any budget.


There are 194 contemporary rooms and suites. Most have an ocean view. 182 one-to-three bedroom residences, featuring spacious balconies and ocean views.

There are 27 opulent villas with floor-to-ceiling windows, premium ocean access and elevated vantage points.

For the newlyweds, Vietnam’s Central Coast features a range of unique honeymoon experiences, all within a short distance of the resort.

Day trips

The UNESCO World Heritage site of Hoi An blends traditional architecture with a cosmopolitan atmosphere is 30 minutes by car. A stroll through the town’s old quarter provides the perfect backdrop for wedding photos. Hoi Anoffers a host of restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. Also there are beautiful beaches and a romantic countryside strewn with paddy fields.

A day trip by speed boat to the eight islets of the Cham Islands is the perfect way to enjoy the most active and colourful marine life in Vietnam. Here, newlyweds can also explore serene beaches, teeming coral reefs and distinctive jungle terrain.

The breathtaking My Son ruins are a 90-minute drive away through picturesque countryside. The UNESCO World Heritage site marks the chief place of worship of the Champa kingdom. This ruled over southern and central Vietnam from the seventh to nineteenth century. Taking a half-day trip, newlyweds can discover Hindu statues and unique stone vestiges before taking a boat ride back to Hoi An.

The grand city of Hue, another UNESCO World Heritage site, features an abundance of national treasures, including the citadel of the last ruling family of the Nguyen dynasty, the Thien Mu pagoda and tombs of ancient emperors. Journeying down the Perfume River, honeymooners can explore the city’s sights and end their day enjoying Hue’s famous imperial cuisine.