Chic, stunning and awe-inspiring are just a few words to describe the resort residences
According to the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE), Vietnam ranks as the fourth emerging global real estate market after Brazil, China and India. With its strong economy, rising tourist numbers, growing middle class and urban population, Vietnam’s real estate market will grow at a fast pace. No wonder global property investors are paying more attention to Vietnamese real estate than ever before.
Global banking giant Citigroup has identified Vietnam as one of the eleven 3G countries that is likely to stand out in terms of high growth rate and investment attraction over the next 40 years. Vietnam is one of the fastest growing economies in Asia, second only to China. The country recorded an average growth rate of 7.4% in the last decade, and is targeting an economic growth rate of 8% during the next five years.
The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) predicts Vietnam will be among the Top 10 tourist destinations by 2016. With a number of first-class resorts and golf courses opening, Vietnam’s Central Coast has been steadily growing in stature as one of the hottest tourist spots in the country and in Southeast Asia.
Da Nang, the third-largest city in Vietnam with a population of about one million, is located in the central coastal region bordering the South China Sea to the east. Offering a delightful fusion of beachy and urban vibes, it boasts some of the most beautiful and pristine beaches in Southeast Asia. The beauty of central Vietnam combines spectacular vistas with amazing natural wonders, including the Hai Van Pass, Marble Mountains, Ba Na Hills, Son Tra Peninsula and Cham Island, plus many other places of interest.
Within a 100-kilometre radius there are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – the ancient Silk Road trading port of Hoi An, the former imperial capital Hue and the spiritual centre of the Champa civilization, My Son.
Enjoying an excellent strategic location with an international airport, the opening of the new modern terminal will help put Da Nang on the global map. The new terminal will initially be able to serve 4.5 million to 5 million passengers per year, with the capacity set to increase to 6 million to 8 million by 2015. Vietnam Airlines operates a number of daily flights to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang and other destinations in Vietnam. International flights to Da Nang operate from Singapore, Seoul, South Korea and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Many property experts believe that Da Nang will one day rival the region’s most eminent coastal leisure destinations. For the second-home and vacation home market, beach villas and high-end condominiums are currently leading the real estate demand.
Here is an opportunity to invest in Vietnam’s first branded oceanfront residence resort, offering an unparallelled lifestyle and investment. Hyatt Regency Da Nang is an exclusive beachfront property, with elegant residences and a first-class resort that is transforming Vietnam’s Central Coast.
Set in a magical and beautiful setting, Hyatt Regency Danang Residences features direct access to 25 kilometres of flawless beach, with the iconic Marble Mountains on the horizon. The setting is hard to beat for drama and majesty and ever-changing colours.
Representing the very essence of understated luxury, escapism and relaxation, all villas front onto the beach, and each condominium is endowed with sweeping views of either the ocean or the famed Marble Mountains.
Sydney-based interior designer Diana Simpson tastefully captured local cultural influences in a stylish design of furniture, soft furnishings and art pieces to create a modern seaside ambiance with subtle, contemporary Asian elements.
Each deluxe villa is designed to provide the ultimate in luxury living, creating an environment rich with modern comforts to complement the area’s stunning natural beauty and charming tradition. Situated in a secluded part of the resort offering maximum privacy and direct access to the beach, the 27 oceanfront villas feature three bedrooms, with approximately 300m² of enclosed space. Each villa comes with sea views, a private garden, ranging from 450m² to 680m², private pool and outside covered lounge area. All of the residences are elevated, providing superb vantage points from which to view the dazzling sea and surrounding mountains.
Addressing the demands and desires of the most discriminating holidaymaker, the condos are as purposeful as they are beautiful. Perfect for that indoor-outdoor lifestyle, with open floor plan and walls of glass, the 183 luxury condo residences feature a diverse mix of 1-to-3-bedroom apartments and penthouses, ranging in size from 75m² to 224m².
Hyatt Regency Da Nang is truly an indulgent escape with an impressive array of on-site facilities. There are several restaurants, a café, bar and world-class spa, in addition to a wide variety of recreational amenities such as tennis, squash and racquetball courts, fitness and children’s centres and swimming pools.
Residents also enjoy preferred access to the nearby Montgomerie Links Golf Course. Designed by 2010 European Ryder Cup captain and eight-time European Tour Order of Merit winner Colin Montgomerie – best known as Monty to his worldwide legion of fans – the 18-hole, links-styled golf course moves boldly over a striking landscape of wispy casuarina pines and sand dunes.
Reflecting the exquisite coastal lifestyle, Hyatt Regency Da Nang Residences deliver understated elegance in fine resort living and a lifestyle investment that makes financial sense.