Vietnam has exerted itself to be a favorite destination of more and more tourists. Nearly 8 milion international tourists came to Vietnam in 2014. Among all the tourist attractions, Hoi An is perhaps the most beautiful town in all Vietnam – a 16th-century trading post once populated by French, Chinese and Japanese merchants. Lined with attractively decaying, tile-roofed buildings with louvered windows and chipped yellow plaster, these lovely pedestrianised streets are film-set perfect and amazing for shopping. But where should you stay in Hoi An?
On October 20th 2015, the prestigious international travel magazine – Conde Nast Traveler unveiled the results of its annual Readers Choice Awards. According to the survey, Anantara Hoi An stands in 15th on the ‘Top 25 Resorts in Asia’ list.
Anantara Hoi An is an idyllic riverfront resort in Vietnam, located right in the heart of the charming UNESCO World Heritage Site –the Ancient Town of Hoi An with easy access to many dining options and shops.
New-build open since 2003 and renovated in 2008, the resort was designed with French, Dutch, Chinese and Japanese influences that reveal Hoi An’s fascinating cultural diversity, Anantara Hoi An Resort is a gorgeous and charming colonial boutique, split level rooms and suites open onto porches with comfortable daybeds, overlooking the river or a garden courtyard. Spacious suites have additional luxuries, including sunken bathtubs, balconies and four-poster beds.
Broadening the cultural appeal of our resort’s exotic destination, My Son Sanctuary where spectacular temples adorn a lush valley is a 47 kilometre and Hue Complex of Monuments is 130 kilometres away.
Visitors who are seeking surf, sand and sun will be delighted by the fact that the beaches of Cua Dai and An Bang are both five kilometres from the Thu Bon river resort, and can be easy to reach on the bikes provided by the hotel.
Anantara Hoi An Resort key features:
• 93 rooms and suites in split level design with daybed porches
• The Spa
• Vietnamese cooking, language, painting and lantern making classes
• Organised excursions and sightseeing trips
• Swimming pool and children’s pool enclosed in a garden courtyard
• Five dining options
• Boat trips on the Thu Bon River
The main restaurant overlooking the river is so calming & O’Malleys Bar is a great place to relax after a visiting day. If you are doing many internet searches for accommodation in Hoi An. Just take a look at Anantara Hoi An Resort, it will not let you down.