This Colorful Hotel Surrounded by Monkeys Will Go Straight on Your Bucket List
From mermaid-inspired pools, retro Barbie hotels, and helipads and private butlers to the best pool in the world, we love hunting down the world's most exciting hotels. And if you're all about incredible views, remote locations, and colorful interiors, we may have found the perfect place for you.
The Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort in Danang, Vietnam, overlooks its own 700-meter private bay and is tucked into the intriguingly named Monkey Mountain (which is indeed home to plenty of the cute primates). The views over the bay are pretty spectacular, but the hotel itself also offers plenty to marvel at. The color palette pops with yellow, orange, red, and lime, playing into Pantone's color trends for 2018. Private villas come with their own infinity pools, and you'll also find rainfall outdoor showers, giant bathtubs, and plenty of other amenities across the different rooms.
What's more, if you're going to treat yourself to a luxury holiday, Vietnam is the perfect place to do so. A recent survey by the Post Office ranked it as one of the most affordable countries to visit, meaning once you get there, your pound will stretch a little bit further. Rooms start from around $400 per night.