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le belhamy resort & spa
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Reviewed 25 September 2012

We're just back from a beautiful stay here at the Belhamy. Frankly if you get great weather all you need is a pool, a beach, a decent room and friendly hosts and Le Belhamy has all of those things - to such an extent that I couldn't not give them 5, but...

This appears very much a family run place and it shows in a good way and a not so good way. Yes, it's incredibly friendly but it's not exactly smoothly run.

In a week there I don't think there was anything that we ordered from the bar that the bar actually stocked. Each time something had to be found. It didn't even have ice behind the bar. On another occasion they said the coffee machine was broken. Cocktails took forever. I asked for salt for my fries one time and I'd all but finished them by the time it arrived.

Though there was a private beach there was no beach drinks service which made no sense at all. Why wouldn't you make a few extra dollars by serving to the beach? In general the bar staff didn't move from the TV at the bar.

Beyond that there were several little things that were just daft. The Chorizo Pizza, as mentioned by an earlier reviewer, has no Chorizo. The woodwork in our room had termites and their crunch woke us up regularly. I had to get a phone replaced in my room, the second phone worked intermittently. My parents had to replace the safe in their room - later when we had to check out the new safe broke too and it took three members of staff sometime to get their passports back.

Breakfasts were good - other meals less so.

The first couple of days the beach was red flagged - despite this five swimming guards lounged by the beach all day. Two days later there was a green flag and no guard to be seen. When people vacated beach loungers no one took away empty drinks or dusted the sand off.


Lovely lovely set up and absolutely gorgeous but if you're the type to get wound up by general clunkiness then you might be better off choosing a more corporate option. We had a lovely time but it wasn't exactly problem free.

Room Tip: We just had a cheap room rather than the expensive cabin style accommodation - it was fine and still very close to the beach.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with family
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4  Thank ourmanwhere
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Reviewed 1 September 2012

After travelling around Thailand and Vietnam for 6 weeks we were ready for a little R&R from all the hussle & bussle of crowded streets. Our taxi passed a sign, 'le belhamy resort ' and we decided to check it out. Much to our surprise we were in this garden paradise, The beauty of the hotel is surpassed only by the friendly and helpfull staff. This resort is the real deal. All the ammenities you would expect in a 5 star hotel.It is a family run resort and classified as a 4 star but comparable to any 5 star. Just a stone throw from a fabulous beach and an ocean that is second to none. Wonderful dining, hammocks under palm trees with ocean waves that can lull the most difficult of sleepers. All the rooms are bright, comfortable and cheerful. We are planning to come back real soon with our son and family.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank evelyn c
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Reviewed 27 August 2012

We got off on the wrong foot right from the start of our stay. I organised a car for 6 people to pick us up from the airport and it literally held only 6 people - no luggage! We needed to hire a second car to tranfer our bags and when I queried this with the hotel, I was told it was my fault as I did not let them know that I would be bringing luggage for a 6 night stay. If you are using the hotel's transfer service, make sure you clearly advise the number of people and bags that need to be collected.

With no restaurants nearby, we chose to dine in the restaurant on our first night. We should have known something was wrong when we saw that only 2 tables were taken on a Saturday night. We were given a snack menu to choose dinner from. We thought this was very unusual and the staff must have heard us discussing this as they eventually found a slightly larger menu and brought it over. One of our party ordered seafood from the second menu which was a mistake - the seafood was contaminated. We could smell it before it got to the table. Another meal didn't even arrive, but we didn't chase it after seeing the rotten seafood. The breakfast the next day was much better and most guests ate at the hotel for breakfast.

The staff are very willing and friendly however we found it was easier to walk across to the bar and order our room drinks rather than call after waiting 30 minutes for 2 drinks that ended up being not what we had ordered. There is a language barrier and my Vietnamese is non existent, so we found that it worked a lot better by speaking to the staff in person.

The rooms are very spacious and well set out, but in definite need of repair. We are still waiting for the leaking toilet and broken light fixtures to be repaired - I guess the next guest will have to follow that up. The beds are HARD and I never got used to sleeping on them.

The resort itself is set in a very nice garden setting. We chose a pool villa and were given a beachside pool villa as an unexpected bonus. It was great to be so close to the water.

The spa was the highlight - the therapists are lovely and well trained in a beautiful, peaceful setting.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Brenda C
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Reviewed 27 August 2012

Le Belhamy Hoi An Resort was a good surprise in Hoi An.
The hotel is very well located, right on the beach and just a few kilometers from Hoi An City.
The rooms are very good, th garden is very nice and all the staff are very friendly.
A great solution for those who want a base to visit Central Vietnam.
Highly recommended.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with friends
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4  Thank joapi
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Reviewed 20 August 2012

A elegant hotel by a beautiful beach. Stayed there three times and will certainly go back. The rooms are comfortable and well appointed with stylish Vietnamese touches. The grounds are peaceful with gardens containing nooks and crannies, streams, bridges, dragonflies and the smell of different blossoms and herbs. Lovely for chilling out or if you want more, there are tennis courts, swimming pools, a spa and many other activities discreetly happening. The breakfasts are fresh and delicious and the members of staff are charming. If you do want to head out there is a shuttle bus (or a taxi for 100,000 Dong) to the historic and interesting town of Hoi An. This hotel is a happy find. Can't wait to return.

Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
5  Thank RedHorseBham
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