The Hotel
Swing open your door to behold the white sand, turquoise water, and break-taking mountains from our hotel. Just a few steps away from the My Khe – Pham Van Dong beaches or a couple minutes of walking to Dragon Bridge, Ocean Haven is a modern beachfront hotel that provides more than 70 rooms, each with private windows for fabulous views of boundless ocean and charming night scene.

And within the radius of 4 km, you can easily commute to all famous places of city including Linh Ung Pagoda, Marble Mountains, Cham Museum, or Han Market. Going far beyond the privileged location, we respond to each individual’s particular character in professional and friendly manners, making your stay truly bespoke. Kick off your shoes, enjoy the tender onshore breeze and clear azure water, drench in tranquility along the coastline at night, and we are here to accommodate you and your loved ones. 

Hotel tips

Get a better hotel room and rate on your next vacation by following these tips from T+L’s news team.

​In the hotel business, loyalty still has its rewards: free Wi-Fi, loaner BMW bikes, and spa discounts are among the perks you receive for joining Fairmont's free Presidents Club program.

That's just one of the tips and tricks we've compiled that will improve your next hotel stay—and before you even arrive. Some are easy adjustments to your travel habits like bringing your own bottled water or checking in later in the day when managers have a better sense of their inventory and will be more open to a spontaneous upgrade.

Other hotel strategies involve taking advantage of tools that do the research for you. Hipmunk's new last-minute deal aggregator compiles rock-bottom prices for unsold rooms up to 72 hours ahead of arrival. And online service Tingo will automatically rebook you at a lower price if your room rate drops.

Now that's the peace of mind that sets you well on your way to a good hotel night's sleep.

For the complete list of 100 ways to travel better, check out T+L's December issue and tablet editions.

Edited by Brooke Porter, Nikki Ekstein, Amy Farley, and Jennifer Flowers. With reporting by Peter Schlesinger and Bree Sposato.

Don’t be a Stranger

Staying in touch pays off: Fairmont Hotels & Resorts posts giveaway contests on its Facebook page (a recent prize: a private party at London’s Abbey Road Studios). Starwood offers bonus points for checking in via Foursquare or Facebook.
Fun facts

Da Nang has a monsoon tropical climate and enjoys mild temperatures throughout the year. Though it does cool down from December through February, it is unlikely visitors will ever need to wear more than one layer of clothing any time of year in Da Nang.

Best Time to Come

The best time to visit Da Nang is from February to May, when the skies are sunnier and humidity levels lower. The summer months of June through August can get uncomfortably hot and sticky with temperatures of 33-34°C. It can also get crowded during these months since this is the time of year that sees a lot of domestic travel.

If you're visiting in the months of September to December expect to see a lot of rain (500-1000mm per month), so be sure to pack an umbrella.


Da Nang has a long wet season from May to January and a dry season from February to April. With annual rainfall levels of 2,500 millimetres, there is likely to be some rain during your visit but for most of the year the rain comes in short bursts so it is not likely to affect your travels.

Da Nang, just north of the equator on Vietnam's south central coast, has temperatures averaging 26°C year round, with its hottest months in June to August. December to February is the coolest period, with average temperatures of 18-23°C.

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