This year, the number of visitors booking hotels during this period has increased by 10 per cent compared to the same period last year.
According to travel companies, many travelers have made early reservations this year, causing a number of lodging facilities in the city to be fully book, particularly those hotels close to the sea. In addition, some hotels also offered attractive promotions to lure visitors.
Domestic visitors to Da Nang have risen 30 per cent over the last year whilst the city remains an attractive destination for both local and foreign tourists.
The area’s notable landmarks such as Son Tra peninsular, Ba Na Hills, and Ngu Hanh Son, also known as the Marble mountains, have become magnets for attracting visitors.
Da Nang has over 790 lodging facilities with nearly 35,900 rooms. Currently room capacity in coastal hotels is between 80 to 90 per cent.
Huynh Thi Huong Lan, deputy director of the Da Nang Centre for Tourism Promotion under the city’s Department of Tourism, said the tourism sector and businesses across the city have organised a wide range of events catering for visitors.