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As you set foot in Hội An, Vietnam, brace yourself for an endless adventure of discovery. Hội An is not just an ancient town, but a vivid tapestry where traditional culture and modernity blend seamlessly.

Begin your journey wandering through the old stone streets, where every brick and wall narrates a story of history. The striking yellow ancient houses, with their unique architecture, are a testament to the East-West cultural fusion that will leave you in awe.

Make sure to visit the Japanese Covered Bridge - an unmistakable symbol of Hội An. This quaint wooden bridge isn't just a link across the Thu Bồn River, but also a meeting point for souls who cherish art and history.

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As night falls, Hội An transforms into a magical world aglow with thousands of colorful lanterns. You'll feel as though you've stepped into a fairy tale, where time seems to stand still.

And let's not forget the culinary experiences of Hội An. From quiet garden cafes to bustling street vendors, each dish embodies the local flavors. Try a steaming bowl of Cao lầu or the famous Hội An Bánh mì, and you'll understand why the town's cuisine leaves a lasting impression on its visitors.

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Finally, don't miss the chance to join a lantern-making workshop or a cultural walking tour. Hội An is more than just a destination; it's an experience, a journey into a rich and deep cultural heritage.

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What to know before visiting Hoi An

Research weather, respect local customs, pack essentials, and embrace new flavors for a fulfilling travel experience.


When preparing for a trip to Hội An, Vietnam, consider the following to ensure the best experience:

  1. Comfortable Clothing and Shoes: Hội An is filled with ancient streets and sightseeing spots best explored on foot. Opt for comfortable clothing and easy-to-walk-in shoes (like sneakers) for a more enjoyable exploration.
  2. Sun Protection: Hội An can be quite sunny and hot, so bring sunscreen, a wide-brimmed hat, and sunglasses.
  3. Power Adapter: If you're coming from abroad, check the type of power sockets used in Vietnam and bring a suitable adapter if necessary.
  4. Cash: While many shops and restaurants in Hội An accept credit cards, many places still only take cash, especially street vendors and smaller stores.
  5. Language Translation App: If you don't speak Vietnamese, a language translation app can be helpful for communicating with locals.
  6. Travel Map and Guide App: A travel map or guide app will help you navigate easily and discover popular attractions.
  7. Small Flashlight: The lanterns make Hội An beautifully lit at night, but some areas can be quite dark, so a small flashlight can be useful.
  8. Open Mind for Cultural Adaptation: Hội An is a unique place with its own culture and customs. Be open and ready to adapt to new experiences.
  9. Pre-book Accommodation and Transportation: Book your hotel and research transportation options before arriving in Hội An to avoid any inconveniences.
  10. Health and Travel Insurance: Check your health before the trip and consider purchasing travel insurance to ensure safety throughout your journey.

What guests said about hotels in Hoi An


Young couple

A-MAZING. Best hotel we had in Vietnam. The location is a little outside of the old town. But it’s very easily accessible using the free bikes Peanut and Thao provide. And provides you a rest from the louder areas. Peanut and Thao are lovely. Their breakfast is to die for. We had room 203 which has a window on the pool and the door leads straight onto a view on the rice paddies. Though not the season (early November), there were still buffalo grazing the fields. Couldn’t ask for more. If you’re in Hoi An, this is the place to go.

LaRaeUnited States

Solo traveller

This was by far one of my favourite accommodations in Vietnam. The hosts were wonderful and went above and beyond to help me, including receiving a package for me and helping me get to An Bang beach when no grabs or taxis were available. The pool and the plants on the ground floor were gorgeous, the breakfast was great, and the room had a good shower/bath separate from the rest of the bathroom area. A little further from the central old town area than other hotels, but made for a nice walk and made it a little quieter at night.

TolkUnited States

Family with young children

We booked for 7 nights and stayed 9, so we obviously liked Banana Garden. Like all hotels, it's a bit outside of Old Town, but you can borrow the hotel's bikes for free and bike along the river. It's easy, pretty, and safe to bike to town. We enjoyed being in a more typical Vietnamese neighborhood with plenty of places to eat nearby. The rooms were spotless, and they were cleaned well every day, to the point where our belongings were nicely organized. The pools were a blessing in the heat.

ChikakoUnited States

Solo traveller

I stayed at D Central Hoi An Homestay for 7 days and this place became my sweet home in Hoi An. The location is perfect. It’s very close to the old town and night market but far enough from the noise. They have good selections of breakfast. I borrowed their bicycle to cycle around Hoi An and it was so much fun. The Wi-Fi works great. The family running the homestay is so sweet. I feel like they are my Vietnamese family now! I can’t go back to stay with them again.


Young couple

It was the best hotel which we visited during our log vacation to Vietnam. I loved everything was the hotel offered and localization as well. Great room, nice eqipped, big size, close to the beach, great and helpful personnel, great the SAP offer. I relaxed a lot there. The hotel area is calm, quite, good to get relax. A few nice restaurants next to the hotel. Hotel offer botorbike rent in a good price so it's easy to visit Old Town of Hoi An.


Family with young children

Super nice, family run boutique hotel with great rooms, wonderful staff and excellent breakfast. Ho and his wife are amazing and very eager to help organize any sort of activities. The hotel is in a quiet neighborhood (except for the roosters), about a 10 min walk away from the old town, but that‘s no real downsize. We can also highly recommend the family‘s tailor shop (Mekong Tailor).

Dario Pavlicevic
Dario PavlicevicCroatia

Solo traveller

Maybe the best hostel I ever stayed in Vietnam! The food is really good, pool is refreshing, 5min walk to the "private" beach. Family was really helpful and the hostel is very clean, you can also make suit/dress from the hostel cheaper and more professional than in the old town! You can rent the scooter (also in the best condition so far) and tours/transportation with them

Pal Travelview
Pal TravelviewIndia

Family with young children

1) Host behavior & homely stay, you will always feel relaxed when you reach this hotel after walking throughout your day. Good English speaking capability also helped us a lot. 2) Outside lot of spa & daily utility stores, you can get bicycle on rent, car to Da Nang airport was cheaper than Grab 3) 7 mins walk to the old town, 2 min walk to a good Italian Restaurant

SawyerUnited Kingdom

Young couple

The Son is a fantastic boutique hotel on the edge of the old town. The rooms have a lovely and unique character and there is a quiet charm about the place. The staff are all excellent, especially the Happy Hour bar man. The real highlight is the breakfast where there are Vietnamese and more western choices on offer. The coffee is simply amazing!


People with friends

Wonderful boutique hotel. Located just a few minutes walk from the center of old town, close to plenty of restaurants, spas, shopping, and night market. Very complete buffet breakfast. Room with river view is a must ! All the staff were courteous and went out of their way to serve us, including Min, Jack and Amber. Highly recommend.

thomasUnited States


recently renovated and under new management a great boutique hotel with large confortable rooms with separate toilet shower and bathtub restaurant by the river very nice staff, good breakfast nice swimming pool wish the jacuzzi part was heated but it’s almost never the case in Vietnam. will definitely come back !


Young couple

Small boutique, just on the edge of the old town so a bit quieter, but easy walk in. Staff were exceptional, Min was so lovely and helpful, changing our room to a better one when we asked. Free bikes to take and explore, free shuttle to An Bang beach. Great breakfast buffet. Would highly recommend this hotel.


Family with young children

Thanh Van 1 is a very pleasant family hotel with a good swimming pool by Reception. The rooms are comfortable though in need of some minor updating especially in the bathroom. However, on the whole, we had an enjoyable stay. The staff are very helpful and the hotel is situated very close to the old town.


Young couple

Great Homestay in the perfect location right next to the old town, and all the bars and restaurants. Spotless clean. 10 min drive from the beach. The owners and family were absolutely lovely from start to finish, and we felt very relaxed and at home. Would highly recommend to anyone going to Hoi An


Young couple

Family run homestay/hotel. Fantastic facilities and service. Great breakfast for the price. Close to Hoi An old town - 10 minute walk. Great communication from all staff and very helpful with all of our needs. Definitely recommend and would return again. We actually stayed an extra night.


Family with young children

The Cozy Savvy Boutique Hotel was a great choise for our family of 4. It is located within a walking distance from the Old town and the night market in a quiet area. Rooms were very nice, clean and specious. Breakfast was wonderful with special vegeterian dishes for us. We loved it.


People with friends

Amazing location walking distance to Old Town. Staff is very kind and helpful. Rooms are neat and clean. Even though it is a homestay, it has all facilities like a hotel and that too on a budget. Definitely recommended if you would like to stay between local Vietnamese people.


Young couple

Hotel is beautiful (nice combination of french and vietnamese design), wonderful view over the ricefields, fantastic smoothie bowls (!!), with the free bikes you can easily reach old town and beach, super clean and staff is really nice

HelenUnited Kingdom

Young couple

The food here is amazing - best I had in Vietnam. Free shuttle bus to beach and old town very useful. Hotel is peaceful, comfortable and clean. Pool and bar are lovey. Staff are polite and helpful. I would stay here again and again!

Pin Hsuan
Pin HsuanTaiwan

Family with young children

The location is great. 5 mins walk to the old town. The hotel can book Coconut boat trip for you, including round trip taxi to Cam Thanh Coconut Village is only(230,000₫/person)

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