Mid-Price Hotels in Hoi An

Where To Stay

Hoi An has a great range of mid-price hotels in the 50-100USD per night price-bracket. From the Historic Hotel – the first hotel to appear in the city – to Ving Hung’s Old Chinese Merchant House, you’ll find a selection of fascinating dwellings at affordable prices. Compared to their Western equivalents, you’ll get far more for your money in Hoi An, with mid-priced hotels offering fabulous facilities in great locations. Find our pick of the best below.

Salt Pub. Thatched umbrellas on the beach
Wherever you stay, you’re never far from the beach!

Hotels Near Hoi An Old Town

Vinh Hung Emerald Resort

Dreamy setting that’s convenient to everything the Old Town has to offer

Set in the tranquil district of An Hoi Islet, Vinh Hung Emerald Resort is located on the banks of the romantic Thu Bon River. Facilities include a spa & fitness center, restaurant and bar, library, internet corner, swimming pool. Most rooms overlook the garden, swimming pool or river.

Highlights
Magnificent, sweeping views of the river

Kid-friendly, infinity pool

Insider Tips
Don’t miss the lantern-lit night market

If you’re looking for a good spa treatment pop in to nearby Magic Spa

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 5 mins walk ; An Bang Beach 15 mins taxi , bicycle 20 mins. Regular shuttle bus.

127 Ngô Quyền

Hoi An Historic

Unbeatable location that is very reasonably priced with wonderful facilities

Hoi An’s first ever hotel, the Hoi An Historic is a distinct landmark in Hoi An. But a lot has changed since it’s 1991 backpacker clientele days. Now it’s a sprawling resort complex full of charm and world-class facilities. Dining options consist of barbecue parties, as well as a garden restaurant specializing in some of Hoi An’s most renowned cuisine. Traditional folk dance performances are a feature.

Highlights
Ultra-convenient location

Fabulous facilities including on-site cooking classes

Insider Tips
Enjoy coffee with the locals at the nearby Café

Hoi An Historic

Grab a hotel bicycle and ride around the Old Town

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 2 mins walk; An Bang Beach, 15 mins taxi, 20 mins bicycle. Regular shuttle bus

10 Trần Hưng Đạo

Vinh Hung Heritage Hotel

Inhabit a slice of history with a stay in this Old Chinese Merchant House.

You cannot be any more central to Hoi An Old Town than right, slap bang in the middle of it. Nor can you get any closer to Hoi An’s fascinating past than by looking from the inside out. Not your average hotel, a stay in the Vinh Hung Heritage Hotel offers guests a chance to step back in time. With only six rooms, this charming little 250-year-old converted Chinese Merchant House filled with heavy dark wooden antique interiors is redolent of times gone by.

Of note: taxis can’t enter the Old Town but staff will help with baggage. There’s no pool but you can use the ‘Vinh Hung’s’ sister hotel about 7 minutes’ walk away.

Highlights
Location, experience, history

Complimentary foot or shoulder massage

Insider Tips
Visit nearby Mix Greek Restaurant for some of the best Greek food you’ll ever try

Stroll over the Lantern Bridge for some cocktails at Mango Mango before visiting Hoi An Night Market

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 0 mins walk; An Bang Beach, 10 mins taxi

143 Tran Phu Street

Ha An Hotel

A miniature paradise at affordable prices

Wonderful French Colonial setting in a great location. Wooden verandas and Babylon leafy garden establish character and charm. There’s a pool with comfy lounges, swing chairs, hammocks, pool table, restaurant/bar and a tailor shop.

Highlights
Great location near everything Hoi An Old Town has to offer

Beautiful garden setting and architecture dripping with history

Insider Tips
Nearby Cloth Market is a must for those who like fabric and bargains but before venturing in be sure to read our Guide.

If you’re looking for an original souvenir pop into the Timing Mask Workshop.

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 2 mins walk; An Bang Beach, 15 mins taxi; 20 mins bicycle

6 Phan Bội Châu

Between Hoi An Old Town and the Beach

Hoi An Trails Resort & Spa

A mini oasis with all you need; highly recommended for families

The Hoi An Trails resort is simply lovely. Enveloped in lush tropical foliage, you’ll find two restaurants, a bar, pool, spa and gym. Rooms are spacious with balconies or outside veranda seating. The breakfast is fabulous and offers lots of choice. Really, what more do you want? We loved staying here. During the day it was an airy, bright and breezy bit of blue-sky paradise while during the night myriad lanterns hanging from trees and shrubs created the feeling of a mini wonderland.

Highlights
Free shuttle to and from the resort’s private beach area

The décor, it’s beautiful

Insider Tips
Grab a bicycle and head into the nearby rice fields to step back in time and get some great photos

Have a cocktail at the nearby Happy Buffalo at sunset

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 10 mins taxi ; An Bang Beach 10 mins taxi , bicycle 15 mins. Regular shuttle bus.

276 Cửa Đại

Between An Bang Beach & Hidden Beach

Ocean Breeze Villa Hoi An

Classy, tasteful, unique décor; mini resort feel just minutes from the beach

You will be uttering ‘wow’ from the moment you step into the Ocean Breeze Villa Hoi An to the moment you leave. From the massive central courtyard with cathedral high ceilings to the gloriously unique décor, this spacious hotel is a visual feast at every turn. Paved walkways, pool, palm trees, patios and columns along with natural wooden furnishings evoke Spanish hacienda architecture. Simply put it’s ‘absolutely fabulous’. Not only that, you will have your own private beach.

Highlights
Spacious rooms, outside shower

Private beach area

Insider Tips
Have a coffee at nearby Sound of Silence; many expats swear it’s the best in town

Visit nearby Salt Pub, great for kids, tv sport and outside eating

Location
Hoi An Old Town, 10 mins taxi; beach, 2 mins walk

Nguyen Phan Vinh
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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