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Hoian Pacific Hotel & Spa – a four star deluxe hotel which provides exceptional facilities and services with efficiency, comfort, security for good value for money.
t: View Phone+84 510 3923 777
Phuoc An River Hotel is a 3-star, international standard property that has been expertly built in a modern, 5-story building .The Hotel has 54 rooms, all fully equipped with amenities.
t: View Phone+84 510 3924 111
Nestled within 4 hectares of glorious sand and surrounded by palm trees, frangipani and hibiscus, the Golden Sand resort holds the promise of a warm, serene hideaway.
Hoi An Ancient Town is known as a cultural heritage of Vietnam, declared a World Heritage. Not far away from Hoi An Ancient Town, Hoi An Riverside Resort & Spa is known as the first 4-star international standard resort with 63 rooms.
The Green Field Hotel is a 3-star hotel with 60 well-appointed rooms, perfectly located in the center of Hoi An just within 400m distance from Ancient Town and 2.5 km distance from the beach.
Set on 5 hectares of landscaped tropical garden in an enviable beach location, Palm Garden Resort offers a green environment with over 400 species of palm trees and plants right along a 220-meter stretch of the famous Cua Dai Beach.
t: View Phone+84 510 3927 927
The Hoi An Trails Resort has the aim to take care of the guests’ requirements and provide whatever they want or need. The staff will be there for you to ensure that everything is taken care of right down to the smallest detail.
t: View Phone+84 510 3 923 999
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 charming villa rooms.
Hoi An Hotel has been recognized as top ten hotel “ 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004” by Viet Nam Tourism Administration and voted “ Best Service Hotel” in 2004, 2005, 2006 by the Viet Nam Economic Times.
Located right on the shores of the beautiful Ha my Beach, the Resort spreads across 10 hectares with the individual design reflecting the influences of the French, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese culture and architecture.