We really enjoyed our stay here. We stayed 4 nights and the hotel is like a home away from home. The staff are amazing and will go out of their way to help you. the rooms are extremely comfortable and the breakfast is lovely and served on a terrace with a beautiful view. We were sorry to leave! Also the location is really good - just outside the old town so you don't get the hassle of hundreds of people but still within easy walking distance of everything.
Traveller from London
Located in Hoi An City Centre, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Sa Huynh Culture Museum, Hoi An Ancient Town, and …More
We chose this hotel because of the pool. We are a family of four with two kids that like to swim. When booking the hotel we expressed how many people were in our family, upon arrival check in was great. When we went to our room, we were extremely surprised on the large size. A king bed and two single beds, 2 washrooms, fridge, tv, balcony that looked onto a small garden with a fish pond. As well a great view of the pool. Pool is excellent. We were surprised of the size as most of our hotel rooms were quite small and cramped, this however gave us space to stretch out! We would absolutely definitely stay here, We started out with 2 nights, ended up staying 5 nights!!
Traveller from Victoria, canada
Located in Hoi An City Centre, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Chuc Thanh Pagoda, Hoi An Ancient Town, and …More
Amazing pool and restaurant food....just need to update the rooms to match the downstairs decoration. The communal area are lovely...bed was comfortable but rooms a little basic and my room 205 had a window overlooking an outside walkway. My view was a very nearby blank wall with staff walking back and forth looking in so had to keep my curtains closed.
The pool however is spectacular so make sure you get another room
Located in Hoi An City Centre, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation and …More
Going off a few reviews I booked this for my family for 3 nights in Hoi An. The pictures don't really show how large this all is but it still manages to feel relaxed. It was nowhere near full so we had a lot of space in the bar and at the pool to relax which was fantastic.
The hotel is 10/15 minutes walk from the old town so not as close as others, but it's perfectly situated for its size and the size of the pool!
The hotel also has friendly staff who were happy to help.
Only 2 small downsides - the prices of drinks where quite high in comparrison to other hotels we have stayed in (but there's a shop round the corner) and the shower was a low showerhead in the bath, which seems to be a trend in Vietnam except for higher end weasternised places
Really enjoyed this place and would recommend! There are cheaper out there, but the pool is definitely worth it to escape the heat!.
Traveller from Auckland, NZ
Located in Hoi An City Centre, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Chuc Thanh Pagoda, Hoi An Ancient Town, and Japanese …More
Really loved this place. Its a smaller more quiet hotel about 20 min walk to Old Town (equals to about $1.50 taxi ride) with large comfortable bungalow style rooms with a courtyard pool. Rooms were clean and comfortable and quite large with a lounge, kitchen, bedroom and 2 bathrooms (one inside and the other outside). Nice breakfast option in a open plan kitchen so you can see everyone being made. Staff were really lovely and helpful and gave good tips on where to go and what to see. Would recommend.
Traveller from Perth, Australia
Located in Hoi An City Centre, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation and …More
This hotel is incredible. I came to stay for two nights and I am still here five days later writing this review poolside 😊. The staff are lovely, incredibly helpful, highly knowledgable, beautifully friendly and made me feel like a queen. The daily FREE full body massage is amazing and highly professional.
This boutique hotel has been designed with thought put into every detail and is perfect for couples, families, singles, business travellers and large groups. It is in the perfect location in the middle of Hoi An and provides the perfect oasis from the lovely hustle of this cute little market town. The free bikes allow you easy transport to the beach and the old town along the river and are perfect for taking an afternoon cruise through the rice fields and evening ride along the river to see the floating lanterns.
This brand new hotel has spotless and spacious rooms, beds from heaven and a couch to sleep kids on. The pool is an amazing design with a waterfall off of the kids pool that you can dive into the deeper pool from. The restaurant is all fresh and of the highest quality. The breakfast has everything you could ever want and if it doesn't, the staff are happy to get it for you. The blue bar swinging couches are perfect to lie out on in the evening and watch the hustle of the streets, enjoy their great wine and local beer and eat the fish soup, Vietnamese sandwiches and lovely Gyoza.
Sushi poolside with a beer; vacation sorted!!!!!
Traveller from Canadian living in UK
Located in Hoi An City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Chuc Thanh Pagoda, Hoi An Ancient Town, and …More
If you want to feel relaxed this is the place to go! From the moment you step into this place you feel relaxed! The breakfast is great! The service lovely, pool clean and enjoyable! There was a mix up with departure dates and then we where turfed out at 7pm at night to the sister hotel that place was not very good at all! Wasn't dealt with very well at all wish we could have stayed at frangipani it was amazing
Traveller from australia
Located in Hoi An City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Museum of History and Culture, Hoi An Ancient Town …More
A riverside UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its beautiful old buildings and quiet streets, Hoi An is a well-preserved merchant trading post example dating from the 15th - 19th centuries. The nearby Japanese Bridge is a relic from that time, built in 1593 by the Japanese trading community to link them with the Chinese quarter. Museums and old houses also offer reminders of Hoi An's history.