Some background: after arriving at An Hoa Hotel I came to the dawning realization that my passport/money had been stolen while staying at My Chau Hotel in Hoi An. If you are unfamiliar with the legal system in Vietnam, this is a difficult situation to navigate as police departments cannot help you obtain a notarized report (in order to gain a new passport) if the crime happened in another province. There is nothing they can or will do. Mai and Tri of An Hoa Hotel provided some of the best --and honestly humbling-- support I've received at any point during my time in Vietnam. Mai translated numerous copies of reports, spent a good deal of time on her personal cell-phone with the other hotel in question trying to find a resolution, and even offered to get fruit for us from the market in order to get the best possible prices. Tri got me in contact with a friend in the travel industry who knows the visa process well and who helped us at great length for free. Both Mai and Tri were concerned about our situation and helped find a solution, and for this I am thankful that I inadvertently found myself at their hotel. If anyone wants an economically priced hotel run by judicious individuals in a great location just off the beach, you could do a lot worse than An Hoa.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Good quality mini hotel located in mini hotel alley close to beach and city center. Very friendly and helpful staff, all rooms with en-suite, air-con, cable TV, telephone, fridge and free wifi. 24 hour access. Some rooms with balcony and sea views. ... more less
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