Hoi An Ancient House Resort
Within a property that replicates the Ancient Town’s spirit and nature at a smaller scale, and combines local traditions and architecture with modern and luxurious accommodation and international standard services. Set in the rustic landscapes of the De Vong River, the resort also makes an ideal destination to explore heritage sites such as My Son Holy Land in the vicinity. A living vestige of the past, the Ancient House mesmerises guests with an old-fashioned Vietnamese décor that evokes a bygone era. Housed in an original 200 year old building stylishly preserved and refurnished with modern amenities, the resort is roofed with clay-tiles and embellished with Chinese lanterns.
HOI AN ANCIENT HOUSE RESORT
377 Cua Dai Road, Hoi An Town, Quang Nam, Hoi An
Hoi An Ancient House Resort is situated 35km from Danang International Airport and only 1km from the ancient town of Hoi An. The resort replicates an original village of Vietnam with small streets, water ponds, rooms with garden around, providing a warm and restful environment.
Specially, this resort is named Ancient House because it includes a 200 years-old ancient house that has recognized as the provincial - level relic. It was designed in Vietnamese style - 3 apartments and 2 roofs.
The Hoian Ancient House Resort features (42) rooms Balconies are featured in guestrooms. Televisions are equipped with satellite channels.
Bathrooms offer separate bathtubs and showers, phones, bathrobes, and hair dryers. Additional amenities include sofa beds, minibars, and air conditioning. In addition, housekeeping is offered and amenities available on request include wake-up calls
The only place to experience an authentic family-run stay at the doors of the Vietnamese tourism’s major highlight: Hoi An Ancient Town’s UNESCO World Heritage; and to enjoy the genuine Hoi An style, friendliness and way of life. Being here, you will have chance to see the process of making rice – the main material – into several different delicious dishes such as My Quang (Quang noodle), Hu Tieu (sea food soup) , Bun (vermicelli soup), Banh Dap (grilled rice cake and steamed one united together), Cao Lau and Pho (noodle soup).