Hoa My Hotel

201 Ly Thuong Kiet St, Hoi An, Vietnam
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69%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
29%
32
Very Good
29%
32
Average
11%
12
Poor
12%
14
Terrible
16%
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Good For Families
  • Families87
  • Couples66
  • Solo80
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Tailors, tailors, tailors!

by i8a4re

Just wondering if anyone could provide me with the name and address (and maybe directions) of any good tailors in Hoi An? I am mainly looking at getting suits done.

Many thanks!

Re: Tailors, tailors, tailors!

by JohanIsWeg

Yaly Couture (82 Le Loi street) is probably the most well-known (and highly regarded), but also a bit pricier. We shopped at 22 Le Loi, which came highly recommended. Better quality garments than at most other places. My suits fit well; my wife's orders slightly less so. We also ordered from No Forty One, which is inside the Hoi An Cloth Market (tel. 0510921067), which was satisfactory but not the same quality as 22 Le Loi.

Re: Tailors, tailors, tailors!

by hansyen

We just return from Vietnam-Hoi An last month and again we order all our clothes at 22 Le Loi Street(the same name as there address). Needless to say that we were very pleased with the quality and the price we had to pay.

This time I order 2 businesssuits made from the best cashmere wool (import from Italy) they had for just 80usd and 4 business shirts for 12usd. My wife order 3 cotton dresses fot 9usd and 2 shorts for 7usd.

They have a sign in their shop with the starting prices for making what ever clothes you want. The price will only raise when you want a better quality material. Seems like a fair deal.

Re: Tailors, tailors, tailors!

by hansyen

This E-mail I recieved at home a few weeks ago



Dear Customer,

In the past you have been a customer of our clothes shop 22 Le Loi in Hoi An Vietnam.

After having our business at this shop on 22 Le Loi Street for the last 5 years, we have decided that it was time to move on. The shop was getting to small for us to provide all our customers with the maximum possible services.

By sending you this E-mail we are now proud to announce to you that we have started a new shop on a new address. This new shop is much bigger and that give us space for more different kinds of fabrics. The extra space will also give you as our customer the room to do a fitting in a more relaxed way. We shall try to take the quality of our work to a higher level.

The name for our new shop is FUTURE and the address of the new shop is 586 CUA DAI in Hoi An and that is on the road that leads to Cua Dai Beach just 200m away from the Hoi An post office.

We are happy to welcome you in our new shop and if you are not in the circumstances to pay us a visit we hope you could tell your family and friends about our new shop.

Best regards,
Thu and Thi


The shop at 22 Le Loi have a new owner now. That is why I put this message on VT so that you won't make a mistake by going to the wrong shop

Travel Tips for Hoi An

Tourist Ticket.

by pmarshuk

Hoi An has been declared a UNESCO world Heritage Site because of it's many building of historical and cultural significance. You can buy a ticket which will allow you admission to some of the buildings and also means you contribute to the maintenance of these sights.
The ticket gives admission to one of each type of site : museum, assembly hall, old house, cultural site (such as a craft centre) and 'other' (such as the temple on the Japanese Covered Bridge.
If you want to see more than one of each of these then you will need to buy a complete new ticket.
The tickets cost 50,000 dong (just over USD3)

Hoi An Old Quarter Access Ticket…

by Greggor58

Hoi An Old Quarter Access Ticket…

In order to access certain buildings and museums in the Old Quarter it is necessary to purchase a ticket.

There are at least six locations around the Old Quarter where you can purchase these tickets and these small shop like structures are easily identifiable. They have a sign on them with the UNESCO logo that identifies them as being ticket outlets.

When I visited in January of 2010 the cost of the ticket was 90,000 Dong…which is approximately equivalent to about $ 5.00 USA .

This ticket will enable you to access and visit a number of the preserved attractions or cultural events in the Old Quarter of Hoi An..

You can make a choice of five visits…choose from a list of four museums, three assembly halls, four “old houses”, two “intangibles”, and two “others”..

Make your choices…you can visit only one from each section…and from what I was told there is NO substitution permitted…so theoretically if you want to visit more than one venue from each section then you’ll need to purchase a second or third ticket.

For some reason I was able to wiggle around this and made my way into more than one venue with my ticket..

Its possible and maybe advisable to hire a guide to escort you through these sites…they’re insight and explanations of the various sites is certainly helpful. To hire a guide the cost when I was here was only 5000 Dong…less than $3.00 USA…well worth the cost.

The lists are as follows…

Museums…Sa Huynh Culture.
Trade Ceramics…
History and Culture..
Folk Culture…

Assembly Halls…Truc Chau…
Quang Dong..
Phuc Kien…

Old Houses…..Tran Family…
Phung Humg Family…
Quan Thung Family..
Tan Ky Family

Intangibles….Traditional Music Concert…
Handicraft Workshop…

Others…The Japanese Bridge..
Quan Ching Temple…

BASKET BOATS

by balhannah

Around Hoi An, I saw basket boats, but when I went to the fishing village on CHAM ISLAND, there were lots, and it was really interesting watching the locals in them.

Local fishermen believe that riding inside a basket boat is quite safe if you know how to control it properly.

Although learning can be difficult at first, floating in a basket boat is generally safe on a calm sea.

Some places teach Tourists how to sit firmly in the basket boat and the proper rowing technique. The "Beginner" rowers must practice until they have mastered the skill, there is always somebody nearby to help.

Locals say that the best time to learn and practice basket boat rowing is in the morning when the sea is calmest. It is important to sit down, relax and let the boat drift naturally on the waves of the turquoise sea.

Remember to ask for a life - jacket, you may need it!

Go to the beach

by SirRichard

Hoi An is located very near to the Cua Dai fine sand palm lined beach. The beach is just 5 kms away from the center of town. You can hire a motorbike (with or without driver) to take you there. Safe swimming only April-October.
There are seafood kiosks if you wanna have lunch here too.

5am Fish!

by Anarae

A friend recommended we wake up early (and I mean early!) and head to the fish market for an insight into daily life. It's pretty wow! The market is located on the river bank along Bach Dang St, behind the Hoi An Markets. Get there between 4am-6am or it will all be over! Through the semi-darkness and mist off the river all you can see is a sea of conical hate, baskets, and a huge selection of fish. Buying is fast and furious and this is perhaps the only time you will go to a Vietnamese market without being asked to purchase something. It's over very quickly but an interesting (albeit smelly) sight while it lasts.

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