x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hoi An is £17 per night.
484 Hai Ba Trung StreetOutstanding 100%
Tong Van Suong, Cam Thanh VillageOutstanding 100%
310 Cua Dai RoadOutstanding 100%
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!
60 Hung Vuong StreetExcellent 92%
700 Hai Ba Trung Nhi TrungExcellent 91%
no_lore Everything about this place is near-perfect, provided you get a courtyard-facing room. The rooms with balconies facing the street are really noisy, and we were put into a street-facing room belonging to the hotel facing the street behind Nhi Trung (they share the same building and the prices, included breakfast, and street-facing rooms are the same) where we were next door to a nightclub playing crappy pop music for a lot of the night. Having said that, the facilities, staff and service were all excellent, and the wonderful, helpful, overworked staff let us move into a courtyard-facing room as soon as one was available.
576 Cua DaiExcellent 90%
Lionel A-A The Girls at Hai Au Hotel were fantastic. Gracious and very helpful. The service was impeccable. A car picked us up from Danang railway. Pick up from the hotel for My Son tour and"sleeping bus" for Hanoi. The girls sorted all our bookings with flair and efficiency. The room was very clean and comfortable.We were touched by the frangipani flowers. Breakfast was very nice and set us up for the day. I have no problem recommending this place.I will be recommending it to my friends who are coming at the end of the year, and to my daughter who leaves in her holidays. Cheers Lionel Adams-Acton.
224 Ly Thai To streetExcellent 90%
EnigmaNix We arrived at 8:30am after a overnight trip on a overcrowded bus and were very tired, the girl at the desk kindly offered us breakfast till the room was ready to move into, which we accepted then hit us with a $3usd bill each each After eating we took a walk as the free bus to the town was not there. On returning we were shown our room which was very nice and clean being very tried we decided to have a afternoon nap which would never be as the hammering and noise was unbearbale. I went down to the service desk could not get another room and was told it was only the one dayas they would be finished by the afternoon, however the next morning the same banging and hammering for the whole day. Was glad to leave the place but did notice the sigh on the front saying the hotel was in the heart of the city which makes me ask why they have a shuttle bus every hour to get you there.
461-463 Hai Ba Trung StreetExcellent 90%
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