Hoi An is a beautiful city located near Da Nang in the central coast area of Vietnam and a great place to spend a few days. The beautiful historical sites in Old Town can attract tourists for hours. Then for the shopper or fashion expert the city is also famous for its many tailors.
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Good location, just in the middle of Hoi An. The staff is helpful and speaks good english. They dont have food so if you are fine with not having a restaurant downstairs then you will have no problem. The room is clean with hot shower and air conditioning. ... more
Had a great time here in Hoi An. Hung is very helpful and took us on the best tour of the countryside for free! Also taught us to cook and even let us share dinner with him which was delicious. Great clean rooms and a short bike ride into town. Definitely recommended! ... more
A beautiful resort style location, a little further to walk than expected to old Hoi An river area and main strip. Staff were excellent, we booked the fishing Eco tour there as well which was really fun and informative. Great facilities and pool area, amazing dining area with spectacular roof top views for breakfast! ... more
Yes I've been. It depends what kind of accomadation you're looking for. I think near the beach is more expensive. There are plenty of good hotels in Hoi An which are inexpensive, I paid $12 for a double room in a new hotel, which even had a pool. ...
Vietnam - Hoi An
- 2 days) (3) Hanoi (city and Halong bay cruise - 3 days), Hoi An (overnight train from Hanoi and 1 ...
tailors in Hoi an
hi going to be in Hoi an (Vietanm) in the next week and want to get a few things made. So was wondering if anyone had any recommendations re: tailors thanks cats ...
Vietnam, Hoi An
We got to Da nang at 5:00am and then got a bus to Hoi An. We freshened up and went for a walk around the city - we saw the japanese covered bridge and the silk worm factory and went around the markets there. The next day we went to see the My Son ruins. The tour guide really made the trip - he ...
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