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The Ocean Villas is absolutely the WORST hotel I have ever stayed at. The first night we arrived, they flat out refused to give us a room upgrade (we were willing to pay). Their reasoning was that it wouldn't be a difference and wouldn't change...More
The villa was clean and you can expect everything that you will expect when you are staying in the hotel. Each villas will have their own pool ( to dip and not for you and to have your laps)
Lunch at Water Caps was a...More
Review for The Ocean Villas from a group of 6 travellers. Stayed at Villa #9.
For those who seek privacy 5/5
For those who seek convenience 3.5/5
Ocean Villas is located off the Danang City area. In fact, the main entrance is along a...More
Ocean Villas really offers a great luxury for your stay in Da Nang. The hotel is located a bit far from city centre and it takes around half an hour from and to to the airport. But it’s a perfect stay for people who wants...More
We had a really lovely stay in the 2 bedroom villa. Was so peaceful in the evening sitting in our garden, having a drink watching the sun set. The kids loved having their own little pool. It was ideally situated right on the Beach. The...More
We stayed at villa L4 which is in the middle of the resort and only a couple of minutes walk to the main pool, beach and restaurant. I suspect A5 would be closer to the golf course which could be quieter and more private if... More
We stayed at villa L4 which is in the middle of the resort and only a couple of minutes walk to the main pool, beach and restaurant. I suspect A5 would be closer to the golf course which could be quieter and more private if the villa is facing the golf course. Da Nang and Hoi An is just recovering from the tropical typhoon Damrey that flooded Hoi An town and by December it should be back to normal?....I understand the temperature averages between 28-30'c in the day and 24-25'c in the night so swimming shouldn't be a problem. Swimming in the ocean could be a hit and miss if the wind is blowing, when we were there in October, it was too rough to swim (the red flags was out for the 7 days we were there). Being a tourist destination, Hoi An at night during the Christmas/New Year period will be quite festive (don't know enough to comment about public activities sorry) but suggest you check on the status of the clean up effort from the effects of the typhoon.