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Boutique Hoi An Resort offers modern rooms with private balconies facing the sea. The air-conditioned rooms feature free Wi-Fi and private bathrooms. Massages are available. Guests can experience the local culture with the Vietnamese cooking classes offered by the hotel. Further exploration is easily available through the travel desk, which offers a variety of tours. Boutique Hoi An Resort also offers a fully equipped gym and an outdoor pool. The resort's comfortable rooms all include a private bathroom and coffee/tea maker. Le Cafe Restaurant offers a breakfast buffet and a-la-carte dishes for lunch and dinner. It serves Vietnamese and international dishes. Le Salon in the lobby and La Piscine by the pool both offer refreshments throughout the day. Room service is also available. Boutique Hoi An Resort is just a 5-minute taxi ride from the centre of Hoi An city. It is a 30-minute drive to Da Nang and Da Nang International Airport. Airport pick-up service is available at a surcharge.

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Cancellation / Prepayment

No cancellation charge if reservation cancelled 4 days prior to arrival. 100% on the first night if reservation cancelled 04 days-01 day prior to arrival. The total value of all room nights reserved if reservation cancelled on the arrival day or in case of no-show

Children and extra beds

At the Restaurant: Free of charge under 6 years old, 50% charge between 6 years and 11 years and 100% charge for 12 years and more.


  • 24 hour roomservice
  • Air Condition
  • Airport Shuttle Service
  • Bar
  • Beauty salon
  • Business Center
  • Catering service
  • coffee shop
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • Concierge
  • Desk
  • Elevator
  • Facilities for disabled guests
  • Familly room
  • Fitness
  • Free toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Ironing board
  • Kitchenette
  • Laundry
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Mini bar
  • Pool bar
  • Private bathroom
  • Prive Beach
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Sauna
  • Shuttle Service
  • SPA
  • Telephone
  • Tour
  • TV
  • Wake up service
  • WiFi


WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.

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Hoi An

Hoi An


Hoian Travel Guides

Hoi An, once known as Faifo, was a major international port in the 16th and 17th centuries, and the foreign influences are discernible to this day. While the serious shipping business has long since moved to Da Nang, the heart of the city is still the Old Town, full of winding lanes and Chinese-styled shophouses, which is particularly atmospheric in the evening as the sun goes down. While almost all shops now cater to the tourist trade, the area has been largelypreserved as is, which is unusual in Vietnam, and renovation has proceeded slowly and carefully – it's mercifully absent of towering concrete blocks and karaoke parlors.

The main thoroughfare in the Old Town is Tran Phu. Just south of the Old Town, across the Thu Bon River, are the islands of An Hoi to the west, reachable via Hai Ba Trung, and Cam Nam to the east, reachable via Hoang Dieu.

Hoi An – UNESCO World Heritage Site

The ancient port town of Hoi An, known to early Western traders as Faifo, lies on the Thu Bon River 30 km south of Danang. Originally a seaport from the ancient kingdom of Champa, it became one of Southeast Asia’s major international ports in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, attracting trading vessels from both European and Asian countries, including Holland, Portugal, China and Japan.

Today, parts of Hoi An look much the same as they did 150 years ago with hundreds of old houses, some over two centuries old, made of precious wood in the traditional style. The town was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999 and many of the original houses and other features of Hoi An have been preserved.

Hoi An is one of the few places you will still find genuine Vietnamese architecture, but is also a harmonious integration of other architectural styles influenced by the Japanese and Chinese traders who settled there in the past. The famous Japanese Covered Bridge was constructed in 1593 by the Japanese community in Hoi An and reflects a preference for understatement. It links to the Chinese quarter with its fascinating temples and assembly halls.

Many of the historic buildings are now museums featuring exhibitions on the pottery trade, silkworm raising, silk weaving and other historical aspects of the town. Shoppers will also enjoy the bustling central market and the many shops selling local pottery, as well as the numerous expert tailors who will sew custom-made clothes for you overnight.

When to go

The best time to visit Hoi An is from February to April, when rainfall is low and temperatures are comfortable.

Must do

Stroll around Hoi An's rambling market streets- lined with centuries old houses, quite boutique and famous tailors.

Have clothes made. This is the place for silk, ao dai and whatever you want of clothing. Ready within 24 hours.

Visit art galleries and lunch in one food outlets, watching the timeless scenery unfold before your eyes.

Get a couple of lanterns as souvenirs for relatives at home


Japanese Covered Bridge (Cau Nhat Ban or Lai Vien Kieu)

Museum of Trade Ceramics, 80 Tran Phu St.

Cantonese Meeting Hall, 176 Tran Phu St.

Chinese All-Community Meeting Hall

My Son Sanctuary – The holy Champa city, was recently recognized as a World Heritage site


Famous Full Moon Festival: The Full Moon Festival is held on every 14th day of the lunar month.


Aggressive vendors are increasingly becoming an issue in Hoi An, do not give them your business.

Take a cooking course in Hoi an then try the Hoi an recipes at home

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