Cheap Hotels Hoi An

Where To Stay

From the Old Town to the river, rice fields and beyond, Hoi An is full of cheap hotels in the 30-50USD price range. Here you’ll find 5 star touches for 3 star prices at Pham Gia, the War & Peace Homestay which doubles as a mini-museum, the Orchid Garden Villa which more than lives up to its name, and many more beautiful places to lay your head. Find our pick of the best below.

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Hotels Near Hoi An Old Town

Pham Gia Boutique, Homestay and Villas

5 star experience, 3 star price

Phu Tinh is one of those little gems you come across now and again and wonder if it is wise to tell anyone in case prices go up. The owner, Thy (Tee), used to work for a 5 star resort so you’ll notice 5 star touches everywhere. Rooms are spacious with compact daybeds on the balconies, showers have a rain shower and ledges to sit on, the dining area overlooking the pool (with rail for those with disabilities) offers a range of meals. Great value for money.

Highlights
Situated just outside Hoi An Old Town’s busy tourist strip means guests get to see some of the ‘real’ Vietnam

Close to a myriad of facilities

Insider Tips
The villas are set back from the street so may not be immediately visible

Love Vietnamese food but feel like bangers and mash? Try the Kebab Shack

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 8 mins walk; An Bang Beach, 10 mins taxi, 15 – 20 mins bicycle

73/1 Phan Đình Phùng

War & Peace Homestay

A stay here is one you’ll never forget! Beautiful.

If you are looking for something completely different that will leave a lasting memory long after you have left Vietnam, then make sure you stay at War and Peace Homestay. This unique homestay gorgeously combines paraphernalia from the Vietnam war with modern décor and comfort. Each room is distinctively different and full of personal touches from the founders who have a great passion in history. We love War and Peace Homestay which could easily double as an ultra chic, mini museum in which you’ll find many items dating back to the 1970s.

Highlights
Nowhere else like this in Hoi An

Situated just outside Hoi An Old Town’s busy tourist strip

A short bike to a myriad of facilities

Insider Tips
Take an uplifting cycle along the river to nearby Thanh Ha Pottery Village

Have a cocktail at the Hotel Royal’s Rooftop Deckbar for some of the best views of Hoi An Old Town

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 5 mins bike ride; An Bang Beach, 10 mins taxi, 15 mins bicycle

131 Hùng Vương

Hotels between Hoi An Old Town and An Bang Beach

Ivy Villa

Simple, spacious and spotlessly clean : great value.

Set back from busy Cua Dai Street, the Ivy Villas is reasonably close to everything in Hoi An. The Old Town, rice fields, bicycle tracks, markets and beach are either within walking distance or a short taxi ride away. The Ivy Villas consistently gain rave reviews on tourist sites and have a high customer return rate – it’s easy to see why.

Highlights
Some great restaurants within walking distance (Dingo Deli, Circle, Nhan’s Kitchen, Tuan’s)

Insider Tips
Visit Ba Le Market (around 7 mins walk) to experience ‘real’ Vietnam.

Get your teeth whitened or some dental work at TGM Dental (a short walk).

Grab a bike and head into the rice fields which are just 5 minutes away

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 7 mins taxi, 10 mins bicycle; An Bang Beach, 15 mins taxi, 25 mins bicycle

168 Nguyễn Duy Hiệu

The Hoi An Orchid Garden Villas

A fabulous ‘oasis’ in the middle of Hoi An

Recommended to us by a friend this little hotel on Cua Dai Road will charm you from the moment you enter. Four traditionally built bungalows painted white sit amongst lush tropical plants, shrubs and trees. Orchids of all shapes, colours and sizes attract a host of butterflies whilst multihued lanterns light your path in the evening. You’ll find everything you need here and more.

Highlights
Spacious rooms with balcony or verandahs

Insider Tips
Try a Juicy Lucy Burger at Circle Café

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 10 mins taxi, 15 mins bicycle; An Bang Beach, 15 mins taxi, 20 mins bicycle

382 Cửa Đại

Serene River Villas

A must stay for anyone looking to unwind, get away from it all and rejuvenate

Just off Cua Dai Road, down a winding road that nestles next to an expansive arm of the Thu Bon River, this blissfully serene Villa where bees hover over vines and birds chirp endlessly is sure to be a hit.

From the wonderful family who look after your every need, to the massive rooms with large balconies, swimming pool, spacious dining room, views to die for and free kayaking, you will want for nothing.

Highlights
The magnificent views over the river from the Villa’s fabulous rooftop balconies

Cocktails by the river under the palm trees at sundown watching ducks paddle downstream to their nests

Insider Tips
Grab one of Villas’ complimentary kayaks and kayak down the river

Don’t feel like going out? Go to Hoi An Now’s Delivery Menu. Every cuisine you can imagine is a phone call away.

Location
Hoi An Old Town taxi 10 mins, 20 mins bicycle,; An Bang Beach 15 mins taxi, 25 mins bicycle.

382 Cua Dai

Hoi An Golden Rice Villa

Visually stunning, cheap and spacious in the heart of the rice fields

Cloaked in copious foliage interwoven with palm trees and flowers against a backdrop of rice paddies, water buffaloes and ducks, this little villa had us grappling for our cameras. The swimming pool surrounded by greenery and spacious rooms particularly impressed. Whilst it’s a retreat-like experience, it is also fairly close to all amenities.

Highlights
The rice field setting is truly magical

Insider Tips
Choose from one of the many bike tracks around and explore!

Have a spa at close by Ma Spa (tell them Hoi An Now sent you!)

Got kids? Head to Dingo Deli

Location
Hoi An Old Town taxi 10 mins, bicycle 15 mins; An Bang Beach taxi 15 mins, bicycle 15 – 20 minutes (cut across the rice fields)

127/1 Lê Thánh Tông
Written By
Sharon Guest

Primarily a playwright, Sharon has written for magazines and newspapers in many parts of the world. The author of two books, she is also a co-founder of Hoi An Now.

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