x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hoi An is £17 per night.
420 Cua Dai, Hoi An, Quang NamExcellent 94%
matintran I had the pleasure of meeting Ms Ngoc Linh during my recent stay in Hoi An. Her homestay is a lovely house on the outskirt of Hoi An, a perfect distance between the beach and the old quarter. Unfortunately, it was fully occupied with other guests so I wasn't able to stay there, but Ms Linh brought me to her sister's home nearby, located next to gorgeous rice padi scenery. A small house with a room on the second floor that has an attached bathroom and a good size, comfortable bed. It has two windows so plenty of fresh air. Very clean, completely relaxing and lots of privacy. There's a small kitchen on the first floor where you can prepare your own meal if you like. Ms Linh's sister and brother-in-law are nothing less than amazing. Very caring, charming and helpful. They will take care of anything you need, without a doubt. Often I would come back to my room and find a plate of fruits by my bed or they would come knocking on the door with local dishes for me to try. I certainly would not have enjoyed Hoi An as much as I did if I didn't stay with them. Truly a blessing. And even if you stay at her sister's place, Ms Linh will be checking up on you and taking care of anything you need. A lively, intelligent, and beautiful lady to care of you..what else could you ask for?? Thanks, Linh and your family for such a great experience!
144 Nguyen Duy HieuExcellent 91%
60 Hung Vuong StreetExcellent 90%
382 Cua Dai StreetExcellent 90%
08 Tran Quoc Toan StreetExcellent 90%
78 Tran Hung Dao St, Hoi an town, Quang Nam ProvinAwesome 88%
dannyboych Stayed at the Than Van hotel for 2 nights during our trip in Vietnam. There was an original confusion with our booking (which was our fault!) but the staff there were very accomodating and all was resolved very quickly and effeicently!! The hotel rooms were very clean and is very close to all ammenities. There was even a swimming pool too! The staff were very friendly and they have a tailors next door that is attached to the hotel which made us some shirts that I recommend. The only problem with the notel is that they don't accpect credit cards and the final bill has to be paid in cash only. Overal would highly recommend this hotel if staying in Hoi An.
44 Tran Cao Van StAwesome 86%
217 nguyen tri phuong,p.cam nam,tp.hoi anAwesome 86%
134 Ly Thai To Street Cam Chau WardAwesome 86%
Cockle We received a rather frosty reception due to the fact that my wife is Vietnamese and were summarily asked to produce our marriage certificate. That said, Vietnamese law does state that foreigners are not allowed to share a room with Vietnamese nationals unless married, so I suppose, in a way, this hotels moral stance is a good thing. The hotel is quite small as are the rooms we stayed in although they were clean and well maintained. After our initial contact the staff turned out to be pleasant enough. Nicely located being only a 10 minute walk from the waterfront, yet away from all the hustle and bustle of the tourist areas.
69 Nguyen Phuc Chu Str.Great 84%
73 Phan Boi Chau St.Great 83%
Lionel A-A A great place to stay. Very close to the old part of town (tourist center). Step out of the hotel turn left cross the street and you are in the market and you are there. The breakfasts (free) are huge. You can choose three things. I recommend the fresh squeezed orange juice, the mushroom omlette with tomatoes and bread roll with coffee to follow. Sets you up for the whole day! The rooms are comfortable and very clean great shower. The staff are very helpful. They organised three hours fishing with no troubles. I didn't catch any fish but had a great time. I would definitely use them again. great value for the price $22/night
Luong Nhu Bich StreetGreat 83%
696 Hai Ba Trung Street Cam Pho WardGreat 81%
ramonafriesen A nice friendly, family home with limited english, so sometimes difficult to communicate. Very generous people, offering a good and filling breakfast, bikes, internet, and close to walk or cycle to all the sights but removed enough that it is very quiet. When I was stepping out the first evening, the man of the house offered me a bikie mad ensured I knew how to use the lock. It was very sweet. I recommend this place.
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