Hoi An Trails Resort & Spa
What We Love
- An elegant stay overlooking rice fields, near Old Town and Cua Dai beach, with breakfast and more Borrowing a bicycle to explore the painterly old town of Hoi An on two wheels
- The calming view of the breeze-tickled rice fields
- Taking a dip in the sparkling blue pool and catching some rays on a sun lounger
What To Know
- Guestrooms are super spacious
- The swimming pool is the central hangout space
- Don't miss drinks at the Floating Bar
Why decide between town, beach and countryside when you can have all three? Staying at this peaceful green oasis in Hoi An, you’ll be right on the edge of the historic district and close to Cua Dai beach, a section of which is reserved for Hoi An Trails Resort & Spa guests.
Set around a large freeform pool and overlooking rice fields, the resort is a picturesque sanctuary styled with traditional and modern Vietnamese design details. Darkwood furnishings, patterned tiles and unique birdcage lanterns are decor highlights, while the impressive galleried interior of the main building exudes timeless charm.
Relax among the 100-year-old frangipani trees and enjoy classic spa treatments, or a cocktail at the thatched-roof poolside bar. Explore Vietnamese cuisine at Moc and in the cushioned Rice Lounge, with a great view – or better still, delve deeper into the culinary world with a cookery class or guided food tasting.
How to Get There
We stayed for 3 weeks in 719 premium deluxe room which is on the top floor to the left of the resort ( when facing the resort)which we found perfect because it was nice and quiet. To the right side right next to the resort is a tattoo place that played music in the evening some days of the week. There are stairs and no lifts so pick a ground floor if you have any mobility issues. The buffet breakfasts are amazing with a lot of variety to choose from. The gardens around the buildings are very tropical and beautifully looked after. The swimming pool is clean medium size with a shallow area for kids. It gets a bit too warm by the afternoon so not easy to cool off in the hot weather. But it has a lovely ambience with the gardens around and a nice bar that has happy hour from 2pm to 5pm with 2 for 1 cocktails. All the staff are friendly and helpful. The reception staff speak English. We did the cooking class with the lovely chef Phuong which was professionally organised with a trip to the market and afterwards the cooking was done in the restaurant at the resort and we ate our creations. Our room was very comfortable with a sitting area and a large balcony. The TV worked well. At least 3 movie channels in English. Air con and fan were available and worked well. Bathroom is modern with a bath and separate shower.. A shuttle service was available to take us to beach or ancient town at certain times. Otherwise you can walk to the beach in 35min and to town,all the way to the bridge ,in 45 min. We used the free bicycles one day which was brought to us from another place over the road but they are not well maintained. We felt well looked after and spoilt by the facilities and all the friendly staff. We cannot remember all the names but would like to name a few that provided excellent service. Thankyou to Mai who always had a happy smile. We were delighted to learn some Vietnamese from her. Then Vinh who was at reception who made us feel welcome with her openness and smile. Others Minh, Thao Toi Luy, Thang, Quynh, Vu at the pool, Tina who made a nice cocktail at the bar and was super friendly and not to forget our lovely little chef Phuong. Thanks to all
We were wellcomed at Da Nang airport and brought to hotel safely. The wellcome drink at the hotel was so refreshing that I could not resist the second glass! All the staff in the hotel, starting from the reception, restaurant and the others were so polite and friendly. The garden is full of trees, some of them are full of flowers or fruits. The pool is clean. We stayed in a very clean room at the second floor with a balcony looking towards the pool. The shuttle buses takes you either to Hoi An or the beach. The breakfast is very good with many alternatives. We had a massage in the spa which relaxed us after a tiring day. Thanks to Toi, Minh, Thang, Vinh, Luy, Chau and Quynh. With their suggestions we had a wonderful time there.
We had a beautiful three bed suite on the ground floor with walk out to pool. Pool was clean and refreshing. We had poolside lunch and beer which was reasonably priced. My sons used the complimentary bikes to ride into historic Hoi An, while I explored the surrounding neighbourhood on foot. I also had a professional massage which was a very clean and well kept facility next to pool. Many thanks to Lucy Vinh Mai and the F.O. Team for their excellent service and suggestions.
We were welcome with lemon tea,it was very good. I and my husband stayed at ground floor ,the room was pretty,spacious surrounded by lots of trees bringing fresh air.The swimming pool is also clean.Food is so yummy with all kind of things , we appreciate the friendliness of staff : Minh ,Tou, Ving , Thang,Luy, they always help us in any cases and Mai , she was so sweet with a big smile ,showed us how to speak Vietnamese words .However ,the wifi was slow. We will come back the hotel. Xin chao!
Lovely hotel with pool, massage and restaurant facilities. Faultless service in spa,and table service from Mai & the team. Found everyone in Vietnam to be very helpful.
Had exceptionally large room with balcony overlooking pool, with lush foliage + lanterns in between. Well stocked room, spotlessly clean including bath and showers.
Located halfway between Old Town and beach entails a "hairy" journey along a busy road to get to either. Hotel has shuttle bus service, and besides, taxis are cheap for wimps.