Hi!! Will be staying in Hoi An for about 5 nights mid October. have read that it could be quite wet (possibly flooding?) during this time. Am a bit worried. is this likely? Considering this, would it be better to stay near the beach or in the town. Any suggestions on a reasonably priced, clean, comfy hotel would also be appreciated! Ta!!!
We stayed at the Hoi An Riverside and really enjoyed it.Good food ,nice pool and about a half hour walk to the old quarter.The oceanside hotel looked nice as well.The whole town is on the river so I don't think it matters where you stay.There were horrendous floods there in the past but I don't think it's an annual thing.I made my booking while I was in country and paid less than if I booked in advance-but it was hard finding a place in Hoi An with rooms.-Yo!
You can stay at Van Loi hotel.
Or Vinh Hung 1 hotel , with the special room ( balcony to the old quater ).
I prefer to stay in town than on the beach, unless you want to stay in a resort. I rent a bicycle and cyled to the beach ( 4km ), came back in the afternoon to enjoy Hoi An town in lantern lights. Wonderful!
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I prefer to stay at beach than in town. It never floods at beach area.
And the this area's quieter and more peaceful at night.
we stayed at the An phu hotel..it was a really nice hotel..it had a great restaurant and pool in the centre of the hotel...really close to the tailors..and a 2 min walk to the river and markets...it wasnt expensive but really nice...$10 for the lower rooms and up to $40 for the top rooms...
hi, was in hoi an last nov and there had just been really bad flooding- as in the town was closed off to all transport for about a week. we nearly had to detour from there. but flooding this bad is not an annual thing. we stayed at the huy huang hotel 1 (there are 2- one on the outskirts and one right in town) right in the heart of town. really ncie, clean, balconies, etc. huge beds, lanudry service and prices from about US$6-8. loved hoi an. tailors are fantastic and can make u anything! :)
weather is always a risk. typhoon season shopuld be over by then but tell Mother Nature that - who knows. Hoi An town is a decent walk to the beach but really is a thriving little place. The beach, while very nice, doesn't quite have the same authentic atmosphere. If it was me I would stay in town and spend my days at the beach. The town at night time is terrific and the market, while small is great.
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Address: 143 Tran Phu Street, Hoi An, Vietnam