Agribank Hoi An Beach Resort

Address: Lac Long Quan Street, Hoi An, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Lac Long Quan Street, Hoi An, is near To To Boutique and Zen Spa.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAgribank Hoi An Beach Resort

      Reviewed by endlessummer

      not happy

      Reviewed Jul 3, 2011
      by (11 reviews) Cowes Victoria Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      this resort is decieving from the outside looks good but has some serious issues to fix, mouldy rooms and a leaking aircon unit that had water running down the walls and the outside pipes spewing dirty aircon water back into the shower through the window so that you get to wash under water that could be contaminated with legionaires, anyway perfect breeding ground for it. generally grubby rooms floors had not been cleaned and rubbish piled up outside the kitchen near our room smelled like the local tip or worse could not recommend this resort to anyone a big dissappointment oh and no ocean view from the room that claims to have one.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Agribank Hoi An Beach Resort

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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