Hoi An Beach Resort

Address: Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An, Vietnam | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An, is near To To Boutique and Zen Spa.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHoi An Beach Resort

      Reviewed by anouskamakeup

      Great hotel, bad food

      Reviewed Jan 17, 2013
      by (3 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Pro:Hotel is gorgeous, set between a river and a private beach, beautiful pools, jacuzzi, upgraded to a fab Villa... Fantastic service

      Con:We only ate at the hotel on the second day, the food evening meal was not good, 5 times the price of any other meal we had in Vietnam.,the food poisoning lasted for 4, days and it was bad....

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by orion1129

      Impeccable service

      Reviewed Sep 21, 2012
      by (4 reviews) (M) Bethlehem & (P) Bayonne , United States Flag of United States

      An incredible location, right between the beach and the river. Upon arrival we were delighted to be upgraded to a gorgeous villa...the bedroom was immense, we felt like I was living in a Restoration Hardware catalog...a beautiful combination of colours and furniture. The resort grounds are just lovely and well-thought out. The beachside bar and cabanas are picture perfect and the staff was incredibly gracious. It's a quick 10 minute ride to Hoi An town, and the shuttle runs frequently. Had we known that the resort had so much to offer (cooking classes, tours), we would have planned to stay longer. The only disappointment was the breakfast - for a multi-star hotel, it wasn't as sumptuous as some of the lesser-starred hotels we stayed in...although it was very good, we were surprised it wasn't more "wow!" as the rest of the resort is just bloody spectacular. We'll be back again though, because the resort truly is an oasis...quiet and restful...and the staff was truly gracious.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Hoi An Beach Resort

      Great stay in Hoi An Beach Resort

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      My wife and I + 2 young kids just spent 2 weeks at the Hoi An Beach Resort and it was perfect for us. We wanted to relax after a hectic year at work and were happy to just loll around the pool and the beach. We took the bungalow, top-floor, interconnecting rooms = 130 sq metres of space. Great for a longer stay. One room had a kitchenette with basic cooking appliances for simple self-catering. The restaurant was very good and the staff friendly. Regular hotel shuttle to town was handy but lots of cabs also available. Free internet was great and b/fast good. The resort has a private beach section that is off-limits to peddlers - thank god! A beach-restaurant strip (right on the beach) made dining outside the hotel easy but the restaurants varied in quality so it's a good idea to check the seafood's fresh prior to cooking. We liked Nghia restaurant because it served great food and was busy with local customers - always a good sign. Try a river cruise and dinner with Paul in the vegetarian restaurant just before the pink bridge and a really good frozen margarita, served in a small/large ice-bucket (really!), at the Safari bar - yummy! We loved the view from the beach to the islands and of the river from our hotel rooms. The Hoi An Beach Resort is the best value in the Cua Dai beach. We'll definitely be going back.

      Beware of termites!

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      This hotel was right across the street from the beach, had free internet access, had a great buffet breakfast, had large and spacious rooms, and had a convenient shuttle into town - all of which were great. HOWEVER - we stayed in this room 4 nights and on the 2nd night, we came back from dinner and there were loads of termites flying around in our room AND about a dozen DEAD termites that had fallen out of a crack in the bathroom wall and fallen into the sink and all over our toothbrushes. We changed rooms and the second room we got was fine, but our stay was tainted by the first room. Overall the hotel was fine, but not really 4 star quality. The termites may have been a freak accident, but I still don't know that I would go back or recommend this hotel.

      Hoi An Beach Resort

      from

      The Hoi An Beach Resort was across the road from the beach and right on the river where you could watch the river life with the locals fishing as they would have done a hundred years ago...large spacious rooms - the restaurant was perfect...free shuttle into Hoi An town every few hours.

      Great hotel, peaceful break outside Hoi An

      from

      Really enjoyed our stay at the HA Beach Resort. This is 5km from Old town but we didn't find this a problem, actually was nice to be out of the bussle of town. Free shuttle bus to centre.

      Great location on the river, and opposite the beach.Big rooms with balcony. Lots of little restaurants outside hotel for cheap meals. would definitely stay here again. Staff are very friendly.

      Relax outside, right in your room

      from

      As long as you don't stay on the ground floor, where noise and humidty can be a problem, the Hoi An Beach Resort can really live up to it's name. It's a bit far from the city center, but they do offer a shuttle service. The shuttle schedule is somewhat inconvenient and often times a cab or motorbike ride is easier to plan around. The beach right across the street is easy to access, and as long as you can avoid the unavoidable peddlers, you can have a relaxing time there. The rooms themselves are nice with somewhat outdated bathrooms. They are equipped with individual air-conditioners, but opening the balcony doors lets in a cool, relaxing breeze to the all-tiled room. The breakfast is decent and served on the open, restaurant terrace, which is a nice, calm place to start out your day. This is a good place to stay if you'll be in town for a few days and will have the opportunity to really relax between visiting pagodas and getting clothes made in the city center.

      Nice Beach Resort

      from

      Good Location on the beach. Shuttle Service to Hoi An City Centre. Choose the River View. Very large and clean Beach - not many people.

      Nice Location, Not Bad Rooms

      from

      Hotel is about 5km outside of the ancient town, right on the beach. Hotel offers a free shuttle to town which is nice. I liked the quieter atmosphere near the beach though you will likely go to town each day to eat and shop as there is much to do. We had a River View Villa which was very large and a nice patio on the ground floor but the beds were terrible! It was like foam.

      Good Hotel, with adjustments

      from

      Good Hotel. Ask for a bigger room when you are making a reservation. Standard rooms are a bit small and you almost share a balcony with other guests. Some rooms with riverside view(though the river might stink a bit). Good breakfast, good service. Has great private beach with sunchairs. Two excellent swimming pools. There are probably a few better hotels in Hoi An, but this one is ok. Four stars is just a bit too much. Frequent free shuttle bus to downtown Hoi An. Bike rental. Many restaurants nearby.

      Hoi An is beautiful

      from

      A beautiful resort with two pools, friendly staff and fresh fruit everyday. Our room was very spacious and had a lovely secluded balcony with wooden table and chairs. The hotel is a 10 mintue ride into the town of Hoi An but the hotel does lay on a shuttle bus - the times aren't that great so we prefered to take the back of a moterbike with the locals for a pound each way.

      I want to go back!!!

      from

      My daughter and I stayed here in August 2004. Great ambiance with two story bungalows scattered about a park-like property, a wonderful beach across the road (get up early and watch the sunrise). Pleasant staff, very good restaurant, felt very secure and comfortable.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hoi An Beach Resort

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Hoi An

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      A travel blog entry by never2late on Mar 06, 2014

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