We were very pleased with our recent stay at the lovely Hoi An Beach Resort. After an initial mix-up about an airport transfer (the car I arranged with the hotel didn’t show up so I had to take a taxi), I was happy when we arrived at the resort and were handed cool, minty towels and welcome drinks. We were even upgraded to rooms in the River View Villa, which were very nice. The rooms were huge, as was the bathroom (with a separate bath and shower), and complimentary toiletries and bottles of water were provided. Our room opened out onto the river, and had two lounge chairs right outside to relax in.
The breakfast buffet was plentiful, with both Western and Asian options, although the quality of the food was so-so for Vietnam. The omelette and pho stations were a nice touch, and it was really lovely to have breakfast overlooking the river.
The Resort is right across the road from Cua Dai Beach, and they have a private stretch of beach just for guests, which is fabulous for avoiding the crowds (it’s still somewhat). You can order food from the hotel’s restaurant straight from your lounge chair, which is ideal when one is on vacation.
The resort has two swimming pools, which were fun to dive into after coming back from the beach, as well as a small but adequate fitness center.
The hotel staff were generally adequate. I want to commend the Reservations Manager, Ms. Chau, who was exceedingly helpful and responsive, particularly when my family decided they wanted to stay another night at the Beach Resort. Amending a non-refundable hotel reservation through Agoda is a real pain, but Ms. Chau was really helpful with this. The hotel can also help you book tours, including a trip to My Son, which is what we did. If you take the bus, the cost is only $10/pp, which does not include the 68,000 dong entrance fee.
One of the best things about the hotel is the free hourly shuttle between the Hoi An Beach Resort and the Hoi An Historic Hotel in town, which is about 5 km away. In the evening, the shuttle is less frequent, so pay attention to this in regards to dinner or coming back to the hotel from town. Having the shuttle bus service is super-handy, because taxi drivers often try to rip off tourists heading into town. A taxi between the hotel and Hoi An town should cost somewhere from 60-80K dong, not 100K dong.
Overall, the Hoi An Resort is a lovely place to kick back and relax for a few days. This resort is ideal for couples and families.
- 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