Mid-Range hotels in Hoi An, Vietnam
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"Good choice in Hoi An"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 7, 2013
Nhi Nhi is a very pleasant and welcoming hotel. The staff are wonderful. They greet you on arrival with a pot of tea, and make sure your every need is met during the stay. I didn't use the pool but it looks spotless. Breakfast is abundant and varied. It's a few blocks outside the historic district but you can walk to Old Town in about 5 minutes.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 6, 2012
Spent a night there, nice, clean, decent sized room room staff were extremely helpful, organised sleeper bus & transfer for us, also ensured our laundry was back in time. We had massages which were excellent. breakfast was fine. The hotel is a little out from town so we used the free bikes the hotel provided to explore the town it was
a great way to take in the place.
"Good value and location"
Reviewed by Barbara P. of "East Granby, CT" on
Mar 3, 2012
Looked at all the hotels in the ocean area of Hoi An. Sea and Sand was a good choice for what I wanted to pay. Large, light rooms with lots of drawers, filling breakfast, clean, 5-minute walk to beach. They said I could get a beach towel from a restaurant located somewhere on a side street. I never found it; just used my sarong. I'd stay there again.
Good restaurant (not affiliated with S&S) next to hotel. Wonderful food, knowledgable host (she teaches cooking), good English, and entertainment: her two girls. :)
Bike rental across the street. Very inexpensive, and easy, interesting biking along river and rice paddies. Don't be afraid of trying the unknown paths.
All in all, a great three days for a 63-year-young woman as part of a longer journey.
"Good location in the city"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Dec 8, 2011
This hotel is near everythinbg...all within walking distance. You can shop until you drop...and get lovely shoes made over night! It was nice to ind shops which employed handicapped individuals who made fine products. Plus the Streets Cafe was super...be sure to stop in for a great meal and meet Neil the owner.
"Ancient House - good price, comfort, location"
Reviewed by George W of "Seattle" on
Sep 14, 2011
Very nice facility, with good service, a pool, and an easy bike distance to beach or town. Larger "resorts" tend to be distant from the town so Ancient House is a good compromise. Great breakfast. Downsides - pool could use a waterfall or something to cool the very warm water. Avoid restaurant and drinks which are much too expensive. Beach is very nice but it also rents power craftr to kids with no demarkation for a swimming area - so dangerous it drove us from the water.
this is a great hotel for the price, we wanted to be able to walk to the beach, and take taxis into Hoi An. Wonderful balcony looking out to the river and swimming pool. Older hotel, could use upgrades, but for the price it is great.
"Southern hotel Hanoi, lovely but no"
Reviewed by Yvonne H of "Amsterdam" on
Jan 16, 2011
It is a lovely hotel with great staff, but it is to far from the citycenter although they have a shuttlebus every hour. Matrasses are extremely hard, shower has no waterpressure and you hear everything in the room, it's like people in the corridors standing right next to you.
Reviewed by Rob A of "Fort Collins, CO" on
Dec 4, 2010
Senior traveler exploring Vietnam after working in Hanoi for 6 weeks.
Staff were above and beyond in friendliness and helpfulness. Room had many nice touches: flowers on the bed and in bowls around the room. Even the hallways and public areas showed attentive touches. One problem was my own, but I have traveled extensively in many countries and still could not figure out how to turn the lights off without completely shutting off the entire electrical system in my room including the mini-fridge and power to recharge my laptop. Also, a bit of a more of a walk into the picturesque old town than many of the hotels, but nothing is very far in Hoi An. However, that makes it very close to restaurant "43" (find review on Trip Advisor) which you will have to visit when in Hoi An.