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Sanouva Deluxe is equipped with separate bedroom. Wooden floor underline this unique room category together with lovely panoramatic views of the Dragon Bridge, Han River, Church, Sun Ferris Wheel or the Cham Museum.
Following the success of Sanouva Saigon, Sanouva Danang is the club hotel by Sanouva’s hospitality, designed from the inspiration and foundation of an antique library. Housed in a stately 1900’s heritage building, the designed establishment brings the area’s rich heritage to life with the Sanouva Club Hotel stylish blend of contemporary minimalism and antique, orient highlights…
The hotel is comprised of 77 hotel guest rooms: 60 Deluxe rooms, 7 Signature Suite, 3 Sanouva Executive, plus 1 penthouse with city view. Sanouva Danang Hotel is only 5 minutes away from Da Nang International Airport, and 7 minutes to the beach. An excellent venue to rest, travel and business visit, the club hotel by Sanouva’s hospitality also offers a relaxing space in S’Spa center.
Besides, our fitness centre, business centre, restaurant and 2 meetings rooms together build our hotel to be the best in Da Nang City centre.
Sanouva package enable travelers to enjoy amazing sight seeing and local culinary tours passionately crafted by Sanouva local experts.
Warmly welcome you to our Sanouva Boutique Da Nang Hotel.
Accès des voyageurs
Room Included Breakfast Buffet & Free Wifi Internet.
* Cham Museum (Bảo Tàng Chăm), Trung Nu Vuong and Bach Dang Sts. Founded in 1915 by the École Française d'Extrême Orient, it houses a collection of stone sculptures from the Hindu-practicing Cham civilization, which occupied much of central Vietnam in the first millennium AD through about the 14th century. Entrance is 30,000VND, and the museum can be toured in about an hour. The sculptures are nearly all made of sandstone, and some have weathered badly over the centuries, but you can still appreciate the delightful artistic quality of the figures, which include Shiva, garudas, nagas, lions, monkeys, and elephants. The collection also includes striking examples of the ancient Hindu icons of fertility -- lingam altars decorated around the sides with rows of breasts. The sculptures were mostly removed from the facades or interiors of Cham ruins (which would have been looted otherwise.) The ruins themselves, such as nearby My Son, now tend to be crumbling piles of bricks and somewhat disappointing, giving little sense of the spectacular artwork produced by the Cham civilization. Any visit to My Son should be paired with the Cham Museum. The collection is also interesting to compare with Balinese sculpture and the early, Hindu phase of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
* Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son; admission 15,000 dong, tel. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN))] are 9 km south of downtown and across the street from many of the larger beach side resorts. In other words, despite being mountains, they are within the city limits and very accessible (15-30 minutes from your hotel depending on your location). The group includes Kim Son (Mountain of Metal), Moc Son (Mountain of Wood), Thuy Son (Mountain of Water), Hoa Son (Mountain of Fire), and Tho Son (Mountain of Earth). Several Buddhist temples have been built into the caves and grottoes, and it's a popular pilgrimage site. The real fun, though, is at the Am Phu cave, where you can make the steep climb up toward the light and a view from the top of the mountain, surrounded by approving sacred images...or head in the opposite direction, physically and spiritually, down to the crude Hieronymous Bosch-esque statues of sinners getting their due in the caverns below, with appropriately eerie lighting. Either way, bring walking or climbing shoes. Please note that exploring all five mountains might be ambitious for a single day's touring and would probably require quite a few hours. For those who would rather just visit one because of limitations on time or energy, go to Thuy Son which is the largest of all of the mountains with the most features to explore (including the aforementioned Am Phu cave). Open-tour buses will stop here, but you'll be rushed along; any moto driver in Da Nang or Hoi An will be happy to take you and let you set the schedule. Guides are available. Watch out for the rapacious statue-sellers outside, though.
* Ba Na Hill Station 45 minutes drive from Danang or around 40 km (25 mi) west of Danang, Ba Na is located 1,487 meters above sea level in the Truong Son mountain range. Ba Na was formerly a 1920's French resort and once boasted 200 villas, restaurants, and clubs. It is well known as the second Da Lat or Sa Pa in central Vietnam. Its temperate climate, unspoiled forest, and spectacular views over the South China Sea and the Lao mountain range made Ba Na a popular retreat for both the French and the wealthy Vietnamese. Today the area still attracts locals and tourists alike thanks to a new cable system that was officially opened on 25th March 2009 and set two Guinness World Records for its height and length. You need to get a taxi to Suoi Mo station (25$ one-way from Danang) then pay 300.000 VND per adult (250.000 VND for children between 1m and 1,3m tall, free admission for children under 1m tall) for the ticket to the cable car and the Fantasy Park which is still under construction. Great view from the top but it's really useless to stay overnight since the accomodations are shabby and terribly overpriced (80-150$ per night).
* Cham island (Cruising, sightseeing, swimming, snorkeling and enjoying seafood), (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)]. Pick up at hotel at 7AM, transfer to Cua Dai beach harbor by an air-conditioned bus. On board at 8AM, we cruise to Cham island by wooden boat for 1+1/4 hours or take a speed boat for 30 minutes. On arrival, we visit Hai Tang pagoda, the boat shelter, a local market at Bai Lang, then keep cruising to Bai Chong for swimming and snorkeling to see the coral reef before having lunch with seafood at a local restaurant on the island. Relax for a while after lunch and get ready for cruising back to Cua Dai beach harbor. Bid a farewell at 3PM and transfer you back to your hotels. For 2 days and 1 night trip, going fishing at night, seafood BBQ on the island, sleeping in a tent, dormitory or homestay experience are included in the program.
* 19 must-see sights in Da Nang (The best places of Da Nang city), . Discovering the most beautiful sight-seeings in the most liveable of Viet Nam. edit
* Linh Ung Buddhist Temple, Bai But, Son Tra Peninsula - features a stunning view of the sea, the sky and a 67-meter tall statue of "Quan The Am" facing the ocean. The pagoda was built in 2010. Since this temple is located on the southern face of the Son Tra mountain, a visit to this can be doubled with a motorized ride through the paved roads of Son Tra mountains, including a stop at the mountaintop vantage point called Ban Co, which overlooks the entirety of Da Nang.
* Bach Ma National Park (Bach Ma National Park), Bach Ma National Park, +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). until 5:00 pm. 40.000 vnd.
* Dragon Bridge. Near the giant ferris wheel on the Han River, there is a bridge with a giant metal dragon built into it. At night it changes colors, and on Sunday nights around 8:30pm it blows fire and water. Large crowds so get there a little early for good photo ops. Looking out on both sides of the bridge is very colorful and scenic at night.
* Son Tra Peninsula (The best places to visit in Son Tra Peninsula), Discovering the beauty of Son Tra Peninsula
By plane: Da Nang International Airport (IATA: DAD) is the smallest of Vietnam's three international airports. There are frequent flights to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on both Vietnam and Jetstar Pacific, as well as domestic service between Buon Ma Thuot, Da Lat, Hai Phong, Nha Trang and Pleiku and internationally Guangzhou, Seoul-Incheon, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai-Pudong, Siem Reap, Singapore, Taipei and Tokyo-Narita. Aside from a money changer, airport amenities are rather minimal, although some upgrading was done to the airport in late 2007 and early 2008 making the airport one of country's most modern. As of November 2006, international departure taxes should be included in the price of your ticket. Compared to larger Vietnamese airports, Da Nang is a little bit laid back; local travelers often arrive less than 30 minutes before their flights; there are also a couple of restaurants/coffee shops opposite the terminal, which offer more choice, if not lower prices, than inside the departure area.
The airport is located within the city, just 3 km south-west of the center of Danang, a 10-minute trip at most. Many travelers now choose to stay in Da Nang as it is considered as a gateway to Central Vietnam World Heritages Sites: Hoi An (25-30 min, US$20) or Hue (2 hours, US$40-45 depending on car size, as of Feb 2012), My Son (1-1.5 hours). The hotels and resorts in Da Nang have their own travel desks which offer some half day or a day trip to those destinations. The fixed-price taxi coupon system has regrettably disappeared and now (despite signs everywhere indicating to the contrary) you have to haggle with the drivers outside, who ask silly prices but can be negotiated down to the amounts above; find a few other travelers to ease the pain. If going to a destination within or close to the city, ignore offers to set a price in advance and insist on use of the meter (drivers may only be willing to accept pre-set fares during holiday times, such as Tet). If you arrive on a late night flight, you may encounter an unscrupulous taxi driver who has a fast meter, but usually there are lots of taxis and companies like Mai Linh, Taxi Xanh, or Song Han are reliable; avoid Airport Taxi, especially at night. Average metered fares to downtown should be around 70,000 dong. Going by the meter, the fare is only 40,000 dong, but no taxi driver would take your fare, especially when you have luggage. While 50,000 dong would appear to be reasonable expect some tricks such as unwillingness to accept USD, or that you have just a little over the reasonable limit luggage or simply there are 3 of you. More probable than not, you have to fork out around US$5 or the asking price of (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) can be haggled down to (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or the minimum of (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Except and unless you are willing to walk a couple of hundred yards for a cruising taxi outside the airport zone to save a couple of dollars, might as well pay the extra dollars and be on your way. Your hotel receptionist does sincerely and truthfully get the taxi driver to agree to 50,000 dong for the trip back to the airport, however, you can bet your last dollar that the taxi driver has a way of parting a few dollars more from your worldly possession as you alight from his cab. Take the whole exercise in good stride. For what it is worth, it is only a few dollars more. Honestly, it's simply not worth spoiling the good feel you have about Danang, Hoi An and Hue. Not for a few bucks.
By train:The Reunification Express makes a stop in Da Nang. Many motorbikes and taxis are available outside of the station if you arrive in daylight hours. Otherwise you may be at the mercy of whatever taxis are left outside in the night time. Scheduled arrival and departure times are loosely followed. If you just want to get to Hue, in addition to taking the non-stop train to Hanoi (about two hours), you can also take the 'local' train which is slow (about four to four and a half hours from Da Nang to Hue, with several stops along the way; a car or taxi does it in two), but incredibly cheap (25,000 dong including a meal) and passes through some spectacular coastal scenery.
Train schedule from Da Nang Station to Hanoi (The Reunification Express)
Train Depart Danang Arrive Hanoi SE2 12:06 PM day 1 4.02 AM day 2 ,SE4 14:42 PM day 1 5.00 AM day 2 ,SE6 10:34 AM day 1 4:45 AM day 2 ,SE8 23:27 PM day 1 15:28 PM day 2
Train schedule from Da Nang Station to Hue (The Reunification Express)
Train Depart Danang Arrive Hue SE2 12:06 PM day 1 14:43 PM day 1 ,SE4 14:42 PM day 1 17:06 PM day 1 ,SE6 10:34 AM day 1 13:21 PM day 1 ,SE8 23:27 PM day 1 15:28 PM day 1
Train schedule from Da Nang station to Nha Trang (The Reunification Express)
Train Depart Danang Arrive Nha Trang SE1 10:46 AM day 1 22:28 PM day 1 SE3 10:24 AM day 1 22:03 PM day 1 SE5 09:11 AM day 1 19:40 PM day 1 SE7 21:56 PM day 1 7:37 AM day 2
Train schedule from Da Nang station to Ho Chi Minh (The Reunification Express) Train Depart Danang Arrive Ho Chi Minh SE1 10:46 AM day 1 4.10 AM day 2 SE3 13:24 PM day 1 5.00 AM day 2 SE5 09:11 AM day 1 4:40 AM day 2 SE7 21:56 PM day 1 15:05 PM day 2
There are two ways to get in Danang by car: From Danang international airport: you can hire a car from some transfer service. From Tien Sa or Chan May seaport: you can also hire a car to pick up you at the port ( notice: the car often wait for you at front of the gate, if you want to pick up at the cruise, you must pay more because of the gate fee - about 25$).
By bus: Da Nang, the popular bus-pass service, makes a stop in Hoi An, a short distance (about 30km) from the city. It is of a distance where a taxi is better than a motorbike.
From Hoi An, you can take the local bus to Da Nang. It is a yellow bus that has Hoi An - Da Nang along the front window. We departed from the station on Nguyen Tat Thanh (about a 10min walk west from Hai Ba Trung). The highest price listed on the bus window is 18,000d, however the ticket collector insisted we pay 30,000d each and pointed to our bags. You can read the entry in the Hoi An wikitravel for more on this. Buses leave the station every 15-30min during the day and take about 45min to get from Hoi An to Da Nang.
At least two other bus-pass services make stops in Da Nang, and can be taken to either Hue or Hoi An or further in either direction. Fare to Hue is US$3 as of late 2007, trip takes about three hours with one refreshment stop on the way. The bus uses the tunnel so does not go over the spectacular pass between Da Nang and Hue.
Da Nang bus station serves transport to several cities, including a few locations in Laos (daily bus to Savannakhet, Tha Khek and Vian Tieng in the morning). It's a few kilometers out of town but is serviced by local buses such as #2 which goes to the town centre and #1 to Hoi An. Frequent buses go between Da Nang and Hue (around 50,000 VND).
Buses leave Hanoi's Giap Bat station in the afternoon, charge 380,000d as of Oct 2012 and take around 14 to 16 hours.
Tickets to Ho Chi Minh City are around 400,000d, depending on the bus company.
There are several buses to Pleiku, from where you can go on to Laos and Cambodia. Sleeper buses leave Da Nang around 20 to 20:45 and charge 220,000d to 230,000d (as of Oct 2012).
There are also direct buses to Quy Nhon (around 200,000d), Nha Trang (around 250,000d) and Da Lat (around 300,000d), Laos (around 800,000d) (2015).
By sleeper buses From Da Nang to Ha Noi, Ha Long, Hue, Dong Hoi, Mui Ne, Nha Trang, Da Lat, Mui Ne, Sai Gon, ... Laos
You may book tickets at the Da Nang Intercity Bus Station, travel agencies, and possibly your hotel. Buying tickets at the station is the complicated option (taxi fare from city center to station almost 100.000 vnd (1 way) and you have to come there to buy a ticket in advance to make sure they still have available tickets), so paying a premium at your hotel or come directly to Sleeper Bus Booking Office can save much time, money and worry.
Sleeper Bus Booking Office - Da Nang's Backpackers, No 69, 3 thang 2 Street, Thuan Phuoc Ward, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City, (+(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN); Mobile: (+(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Buses depart from the Booking Office, very cheap pick-up services are available, very convenient. It is wise to reserve your seat for travel on weekends and during festivals at least one day in advance.
By boat: Sustainable Tour operator & vegetarian restaurant "Karma Waters"  47 Cua Dai St, Hoi An tel. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) operates Danang - Hoi Boat tours & shuttle service. (Service not available anymore as of March 2013)
On foot : Getting around on foot is highly unadvisable if not impossible, as Da Nang spans many kilometers in all directions and is more spaced out than other cities such as Hanoi. Unlike a city such as Hanoi, the tourist destinations are not concentrated into a single district. Instead, many of the destinations of note for foreigners are far from one another and require motorized transportation. On the bright side, Da Nang's generously spacious roadways, bridges, and walkways may be a welcome change to those who want a change from crowded urban living.
By Motorbike: Renting a motorbike costs about (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)VND per day for most hotel and rental companies in Da Nang. The locals pay about (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), with a little bargaining and renting for a number of days you could bring down the price. This would be the most convenient way to travel if you want to keep costs low and have high flexibility in where you travel, which can be a very big advantage in a city as large as Da Nang. Please be aware of all the associated legal and physical risks of renting a motorbike though. In short, it's not really legal unless you have a Vietnam license, but this is a point commonly ignored by tourists and motorbike rental agencies. It's up to you whether you're comfortable with this, but to be pragmatic, this point only becomes salient if you do something illegal enough to have to engage with the police (like get into an accident). The required motorbike skill level is moderate; traffic in Da Nang is not as complex to navigate as more concentrated cities such as Hanoi as roadways are incredibly spacious and the concentration of vehicles is much less. However, Da Nang is also not a place to learn how to ride a motorbike either as traffic does follow the spirit of the rest of Vietnam, where traffic flow is governed by peripheral awareness rather than street traffic signals.
By taxi : Fare starts at 10,000 dong (Jan 2012). Anywhere within the city limits, the fare to and from the railway station appears to be $10 (Sep 2013). Lonely Planet says (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) which seems more likely for a 3km journey. Good luck with persuading a driver to use the meter when catching one from the station. You may be lucky if you were to hail one that is passing-by outside of the station (confirmation required) - in fact, this is the only way to get a meter taxi ride in many "hot spots". The guys hanging outside will NOT use the meter, don't even bother to ask!
Extra Bed is available
Check-in : 02:00 PM
Check-out : 12:00 PM
1.All children are welcome. Maximum 01 under 05 years old child can share the existing bed with parents free of charge.
2.Child from 6 years old to 10 years old is surchage VND150,000 for breakfast.
3.Over 10 years child is requested to book 01 extra bed VND400,000. By cot for infant is free of charge.
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Situated in the city of Da Nang, Sanouva Danang Hotel is housed in a stately heritage building. The hotel is uniquely designed to bring the highlights of the area, combining a rich heritage with modern styles. Sanouva Danang Hotel is located only 5 minutes from the Da Nang International Airport and another 7 minutes from the beach. The hotel also offers guests with a variety of services and facilities which include massage services, beauty salon and a well-equipped fitness center. The club at the hotel also features a relaxing Spa center. Sanouva Danang Hotel is an ideal accommodation to rest, travel and visit on business.