Where To Watch International Fireworks Festival 2024 In Da Nang: The Most Favorite Bolthole To Call Your Own

One of the most popular cities in Vietnam, Da Nang, has recently become a surprising hit on the celeb-radar, with even Bill Gates visiting. People can travel for days and never run out of places to go, so deciding what to do first is daunting, especially with the upcoming Danang International Fireworks Festival (DIFF) this June; which is why it's time to narrow options down.

All eyes have turned to one thing: seeking stand-out regional dishes, a prime location, private spaces and warm service. Meliá Vinpearl Danang Riverfront has been the favorite choice among locals and visitors in the city, offering spectacular views over the top attractions and comforting dining experiences. Also, if you have your heart set on the best spot to watch fireworks, get there as early as you can.

Located right on the banks of the Han River, this 5-star hotel invites guests on a culinary adventure, looking deeper into local flavors with a modern twist and influences from different gastronomic cultures.  If you elect to dine inside, you will be greeted by a calming and elegant decoration at Han River restaurant and some of the best ‘Banh Xeo’ set (Sizzling pancake), featuring Quang Nam rice flour and Hung Yen turmeric, chopped pork belly mingle with ground shrimp and fresh squid. 

Then move on to spring rolls, steamed rolled rice pancakes, or hot stone bowl Pho. The broth is simmered for over six hours, drawing depth from simmered bones, tender beef, and a medley of aromatic herbs. In addition, the lengthy buffet options at Rumba restaurant can be a touch overwhelming for a first-time visitor. You can count on quality service and rotation of Asian to Western flavors and Mediterranean cuisines.

Meliá Vinpearl Danang Riverfront’s chefs have paid attention to detail on delicately balanced dishes combined with the conscious philosophy ‘Soul Matters’, so everything is responsibly sourced with seasonal dishes and specials.

Apart from mouthwatering foods, many tourists are stunned by the location of Meliá Vinpearl Danang Riverfront, where they’ll have a bird’s-eye vantage point over the city and Dragon Bridge. With a set menu priced from VND 999,000 (free tickets for children under 4 years old), gourmets can enjoy a complimentary glass of red wine, soft drinks for children, while revealing themselves in a sky full of colorful fireworks between June and July. When the night falls, you could also savor crafted cocktails and light bites at the Gaia Pool bar. 

Managed by Meliá Hotels International, one of the leading hotel companies worldwide and the largest international players in Vietnam, the hotel has come to represent a certain kind of experience: a prime location, large-scale rooms, a well-established reputation and a full-bodied approach to wellness at YHI Spa. 

With 864 rooms, it is suitable for various purposes from company team building activities, couples to big family gatherings. When booking your accommodation, select a Suite Panoramic room with floor-to-ceiling windows with expensive-feeling furnishings to make the most of this magical occasion. You and your beloved ones will be treated to a breathtaking display of fireworks dancing against the iconic Danang skyline.

Moreover, pampering still plays a part. Guests can find the balance of body and mind at YHI spa, offering attentive beauty care and a wide range of treatments, or unwind at the outdoor swimming pool and blow off steam at the 24/7 fully-equipped gym.



Address: 341 Tran Hung Dao, An Hai Bac, Son Tra, Da Nang

Tel: (023) 6364 2888

Mail: res.mvpdn@melia.com

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