There are over 800 structures in this town, historical landmarks of such importance that the town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Formerly a Japanese and Chinese trading post, there are now great markets to discover and a picturesque river to sail down. The local craftsmen are well renowned.
Accommodation in Hoi An
The Victoria is situated on lovely Hoi An Beach, just outside the Old Town. Designed to convey a small fishing village with small lanes, ponds and clay tiled roofed houses. Rooms are decorated to reflect the history of Hoi An as an old trading port. The cuisine is excellent here, and the hotel offers water […]
More of a resort than a hotel, with plush villas spread out over 86 acres of landscaped gardens. Granite floors and dark woods lend a comfortable, classy style to the rooms, which have indoor and outdoor showers. The villas by the pool are more traditionally Vietnamese, and come with personal butlers.
The colonial-style Hoi An Anantara is Hoi An’s best in-town hotel option. Its 94 generously sized rooms mix Western touches with Eastern art. The flimsy sliding closet doors aren’t quite up to style code, but they have private outdoor porches. Second-floor rooms 201–209 have the best views of the Thu Bon River. Hoi An’s old quarter is just a […]
An upscale all-inclusive spa resort – unusual, as all spa treatments are included as well as meals and drinks. The huge infinity pool frames the low-rise villas and there’s a tranquil feeling to the whole complex. Of course, the main attraction is the spa itself, the largest in Vietnam.