British magazine suggests 8 hotels worth trying in Hoi An
ChandraGarran04 6-01-2022, 12:26

QUANG NAM – Wanderlust tourism magazine introduces An Villa, Silk Eco, Maison Vy… as hotels with peaceful space, green design, and attractive cuisine.

The Nam Hai

The villas at The Nam Hai are built according to feng shui and rely heavily on the designs of temples and mausoleums of the old King Tu Duc. Specially designed to allow fresh air and sunshine to reach all corners of the villa, as well as not limit the view of the sea or the green space. Nestled in the middle of the resort is Ha My Temple dating from the 19th century, where ancient fishermen came to pray for favorable rain and peaceful sea trips. Room rates from 16.5 million VND/night. Photo: Four Seasons

Anantara Hoi An

The resort is nestled on the Thu Bon River, the quiet old town of Hoi An and the rows of green coconut trees. Features French, Dutch, Chinese and Japanese influence designs that showcase Hoi An’s fascinating cultural diversity. Rooms have views of the river or garden. Visitors can explore Hoi An culture with classes in languages, lanterns and cooking. Enjoy local and international specialties in an elegant and casual setting by the river. Room rates from 4.5 million VND/night. Photo: Anantara

Victoria Hoi An Beach

As a hotel facing Cua Dai beach with elegant and sophisticated style, Victoria Hoi An Beach is designed like a fishing village with small lanes, fish ponds, ceramic tiled houses… An experience not to be missed. is riding a motorbike to explore the roads, fields, craft villages, vegetable villages… The hotel does not use plastic products instead, paper and glass materials are used for a long time and are more environmentally friendly. . Room rates from 3.6 million VND/night. Photo: KAPphotostudio

An Villa

Nestled on the Co Co River, An Villa is like a tropical oasis in the middle of the land of Hoi An. The resort is surrounded by green trees and this cool lake was designed by French-Vietnamese architect Helena Tran Quang Man. A Villa consists of 6 bungalows, a 2-bedroom villa and a 3-bedroom villa, a studio with a terrace. The interior is full of Vietnamese traditional culture with lanterns, handmade wooden chairs… Visitors here can take part in cooking classes, rowing fishing boats, and making dishes from coconut leaves. The room price is about 1.5 million VND/night. Photo: An Villa

House Vy

One of the experiences that anyone coming to Maison Vy cannot miss is the food prepared by chef and host Trinh Diem Vy (Top Chef Vietnam judge). The rooms are monochromatic but no less luxurious. In addition to relaxing time at the hotel, guests can sign up for a street food tour, follow chef Vy to enjoy rice paper, Hoi An Cao Lau… Room rates at Maison Vy from 1.1 million VND/night. Photo: Taste Vietnam Group

Hoi An Chic

Located between immense rice fields and green gardens, Hoi An Chic was built and used mainly wood, bamboo and marble materials. The 17 rooms here all have balconies, decorated with delicately carved woodworks in interiors that blend classic and modern. Guests are provided with environmentally friendly straws and leftovers will be collected as fertilizer to reduce waste. Room rates from 1.9 million VND/night. Photo: Hoi An Chic

Hoi An Ancient House Resort

1 km from the center of Hoi An ancient town and 3 km from An Bang beach, Hoi An Ancient House Hotel attracts visitors by the natural beauty of plants, yin and yang tile roofs and colorful lanterns. The most special feature is the 200-year-old old house on the premises and the traditional noodle-making oven that has passed through 5 generations of a family. Visitors here can visit ancient houses, see the stages of making pho noodles, explore local organic vegetable gardens… Room rates from 1.1 million VND/night. Photo: Trile_Media

The Mulberry Collection: Silk Eco

Silk Eco, designed by famous architect Vo Trong Nghia, brings the space of a tropical forest in the middle of Hoi An town. The hotel has unique tree walls creating green space, lighting system using solar cells. The staff is all Hoi An people, the food is also taken from the source of food grown and caught by local people. Room rates from 700,000 VND/night. Photo: Mulberry Collection

 (According to Wanderlust )

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