x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hoi An is £19 per night.
77/7 Nguyen Duy Hieu, Cam ChauOutstanding 100%
26A Dinh Tien Hoang, Tan AnOutstanding 100%
48 Nguyen Du St.Outstanding 100%
52A Le Thanh Tong Cam ChauOutstanding 100%
420 Cua Dai, Hoi An, Quang NamOutstanding 97%
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!
163/10 Tran Nhan TongOutstanding 97%
700 Hai Ba Trung Nhi TrungExcellent 94%
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.
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