For the price is worth it. We have been upgraded to a luxury room due to early check- in our room is not make up yet
Very nice and clean room
Is not really we have expected but we are in central location, from our doorstep we already in the shopping, restaurants streets
The first night we have problem with our air conditioner is leaking, we ask at the reception to fix and they did, after a while back the same problem, second time asking again fix. The problem with the air condition is keep on coming back and that goes on the whole evening
We complained in the morning and we ask if we could have a another room, so they are agreed
But while we are on a day tour they moved our stuff, and some of our stuff left inside the fridge and our previous room is already occupy with another tenant
On the other hand they are okay for the price, in general good location
spent 5 very enjoyable days here..the hotel is located approx 4 klms outside the old town of Hoi An.. the service was very good, which is a blessing after a hard days touring, the great pool was a welcome site after a hard day on the tourist trail.
We often sat on the balcony overlooking the river at sunset with a refreshment taking in the ambience, very old world charm
If coming from Danang International Airport, ensure the taxi driver knows exactly where he is going as we got taking by the "scenic route" after a very later arrival at night
Exellent view over the river towards the rice paddies
The hotel has its own private section on the beach which was beautiful for sundowners
Opened in 2005, Life Resort Hoi An is a luxury hotel. Each of Its accommodation faces either the Thu Bon River or a lovely courtyard. All feature (1) a covered porch and (2) a tri-level room with a sitting area, sleeping area, and large bathroom.
There are three restaurants: the Vienna Cafe (with pastries and sandwiches), the Amsterdam Bar (with drinks and light fare), and the formal dining room (open from breakfast to late-night).
Service was exemplary during my stay, except in the formal dining room, where it was excruciatingly slow.
One of the finest hotels I've visited on five continents and in four decades of travel.
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