Hoian Lotus Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

330 Cua Dai Road, Hoian Ancient Town, Hoi An, Vietnam
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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20
Poor
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Good For Couples
  • Families70
  • Couples73
  • Solo60
  • Business60

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THE CORNER, start of Ho Chi Min Trail.THE CORNER, start of Ho Chi Min Trail.

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First Time Hoi An

by craft3333

We are thinking of having a few days in Hoi An can any one recomend which area to stay and any reasonable hotels,also can any one recomend any tours to go on.we also are traveling from Denang by bus,is there taxis at the bus station to take you to the hotel

Thanks Jean

Re: First Time Hoi An

by gaolei

Hoi An is a tourist destination, so there are plenty of very small, clean, comfortable hotels in this tiny town. Here is a link to my page on Hoi An.
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/169a29/

This page talkes about hotels in the town. There are places closer to the beach too. Hoi An has a lot of character. Ask the hotel how to walk down to the riverfront. That is where the restaurants are. Along the way you will see a lot of shops and some other interesting sites. The tourist shops are on the other side of the old Japanese bridge.

Look at my Danang page. I list a hotel I stayed at. I would not go back there, not because of the quality, but because the church across the street rings its bells very early in the morning. You will not sleep through it. Stay along the waterfront. The hotels are good and no church bells.

You can get taxis to take you to Hoi An from anywhere in Danang. It takes 20 to 30 min.

Re: First Time Hoi An

by Greggor58

There is a great selection of hotels available to choose from..most are inexpensive relative to Western standards...Im not sure where the bus station is but rest assured you wont find difficulty in finding a taxi.

Ill include a link for the complete "Travel section" related to Hoi An thats available here at VT...you'll find great information here about the town, including hotels,restaurants,things to see and do, travel information including probably taxis around town,transportation to and from town,cyclos,etc etc..The amount of information available here is quite alot and most of it accurate.

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/Vietnam/Tinh_Quang_Nam/Hoi_An-1481257/TravelGuide-Hoi_An.html

The Old Town is quite easy to walk about and unless you might have mobility issues you can get around quite easily.If you take some time to look around here at VT you'll get an idea of what there is exactly to see and do here..

If you're going to spend a few days here make a point of booking a day thing to visit My Son...a UNESCO Heritage Site...I booked a tour easily from the front desk of my hotel...it was ridiculously inexpensive and we got good value for the chunk of day that we spent with them.

I spent three or four days here and totally enjoyed my experience...its quite unique I think..

Emjoy Hoi An...for sure include it in your itinerary...if you have any questions dont hesitate ....shoot me an email..

Travel Tips for Hoi An

Old Town Entrance Ticket

by Willettsworld

An oddity of Hoi An is the bizarre cultural tour ticket system where, in order to see all the museums, old houses, assembly halls and so on you have to buy several tickets. One ticket costs 75,000 VND, and allows access to:

a) All the old streets of the Heritage Town;
b) One of the four museums;
c) One of the four old houses;
d) One of the three assembly halls;
e) The handicraft workshop and traditional music concert; and
f) Either the Japanese Bridge or the Quan Cong Temple.

If you want to see everything, you'll have to buy four tickets and it would take about three days! Tickets are sold at various entry points into the Old Town, including Hai Ba Trung Street, and also at some of the attractions, including the Cantonese Assembly Hall.

Take time to observe life on the river.

by worldkiwi

Hoi An's riverfront position, on the north bank of the Thu Bon River, and the fact that the town's existence is tied closely to this river, mean that the waterway is (as it has always been) a thoroughfare of activity. You can easily imagine the scenes that would have been played out here in the 19th century when the riverfront merchants' houses would have been bustling. Now, tourism activities dominate, but take time to have a long look at this part of town.

Full Moon

by fiLination

Once every month the Vietnamese celebrate full moon (15th of lunar month). Like on Saturdays and Wednesdays the old city is closed for vehicles and all Vietnamese come out to the old city to enjoy live Vietnamese music and party happenings. Lots of candles are slowly drifting down the river stream and the Vietnamese burn sacrifices to Buddha outside their homes or businesses. I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing this twice. Full moon and black moon (1st and 15th of lunar month) are ‘Veggie days’ for the locals so instead of the usual “Com Ga” (rice with chicken), “Bun Bo Hue” and “Pho Bo” (Beef noodle soups) most street vendors and authentic Vietnamese restaurants offer good vegetarian food. If you’re scared of street “meat” then that might be a good time to first experience no-meat street food.

paid for photogenic attributes

by richiecdisc

Okay, I admit it. I actually paid to take this woman’s photo. I’m sure I’m not the first nor last one to do it either. She had the quintessential look and she knew it. She actually solicited it and I couldn’t resist. It was cheap, much more so than the air ticket to her homeland. I normally refrain from this as it breeds a new form of begging that should not be encouraged.

Memorial Park and Monument...

by Greggor58

At the far end of Tran Phu Street you'll find a really nice little park that's essentially a Memorial to a Polish man named Kazimierz Kwiatkowski...a man that was instrumental to Hoi An's Old Quarter being given UNESCO status as a heritage site.

IN the 1980's he came to Vietnam to participate in a program of preservation of Vietnamese heritage and because of illness died in Hue in 1997.

This small park like setting is surrounded with green space,and a large bas-relief of the man as well as a placard detailing his efforts in this process...

He also was a key figure in bringing that same status to the Cham ruins of My Son...where he worked in the restoration of the ruins...

So...if you're walking about and wondering what this park and statue are all about now you know..

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Address: 330 Cua Dai Road, Hoian Ancient Town, Hoi An, Vietnam