Stayed here for 1 week in July. While it is an older style resort we found it very clean and well maintained. We booked one of the larger delux river view rooms and had a lovely, spacious quiet room with a balcony overlooking the river. Good aircon which we needed as it was very hot and humid. If you can, book one of these rooms rather than the smaller garden view rooms as some appeared to be a bit small and dark. Rooms were always clean. The breakfast buffet was a bit limited in "Western" selections but the remainder of the food we had there was very nice. The hotel gave us a free evening set menu meal for two and it was very nice. Drink prices are expensive at the usual "hotel" prices to be expected. Tea/coffee etc is provided in the rooms but not milk or milk substitute! If you want milk for a cuppa then you have to go to the restaurant and ask for fresh milk which they provided in a teacup. There are two pools - neither particularly large but enough to cool off in - don't expect to be able to do laps though! The resort has it's own private beach across the road, with chairs, tables, sunbeds etc. Located 5 km out of town it is in a quieter area away from the hustle and bustle of the ancient town. There is a reasonable shuttle service but taxi's were only $5 one way. Plenty of small restaurants outside on the street - cheap prices and good food (avoid the pizzas - they were dreadful). Staff spoke reasonable English but some staff had difficulties with anything beyond "the basics". Like a lot of places in Vietnam, tourist information regarding sightseeing etc seemed very limited and poorly organised. The desk only had one booklet listing sightseeing trips and there was nothing to take away and browse at your leisure in detail. We booked a full day trip from the booklet but found that the hotel only use the booklet as a guide to possible trips and don't book the trips through the company that produce the booklet. The hotel books it's own driver/tourguide etc to provide the service that is in the book. We had some confusion over our day trip (A bit of English - Vietnamese miscommunication??) and it took a bit of sorting out on the morning we were to go before we got what we actually booked. Went to the Zen Spa and had a very nice Vietnamese herbal and hot stone massage which was reasonably priced. While not a "full service" 5 star resort we found it met our needs as we went diving every day and didn't really need to have the full resort style facilities available. Would stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hoi An Beach Resort is a four-star resort situated between the romantic De Vong river and famous Cua Dai Beach. It consists of luxurious old Vietnamese-style houses and villa rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hoi An Beach Hotel Hoi An
- Hoi Beach Resort