A welcoming and personal boutique hotel in a rural-but-convenient province beyond the town, the Hoi An Chic marries contemporary style with an eco-friendly ethos and careful attention to detail.
This property is definitely somewhere to relax and retreat a little, surrounded by Vietnam’s iconic countryside. Tai chi is available every morning and there’s a rooftop pool with interesting views over the surrounding area. Everything about this hotel exudes a sense of place, from the natural materials used to build it to the views at breakfast of water buffalos working in the rice paddies. While the more rustic setting may not be everyone's cup of tea, Hoi An Chic serves up a well balanced platter of local life and serenity - a grand combination in our opinion.
Located in a quiet village, with Cua Dai beach and Hoi An’s ancient centre only 2km away, Hoi An Chic is a great compromise between solitude and convenience.
Small collection of chic rooms
Sheltered, welcoming and convenient - a comfortable home away from home.
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Hoi An Chic offers a flavour of northern Vietnam without the additional travel; complimentary bicycles provided by the hotel will glide you through the surrounding rice paddies as you take in the rural way of life. With a revamped US military jeep on hand to take you mere minutes away to bask on the beach, you'll find this hotel is just the escape you’re looking for.
Take the hotel’s complimentary shuttle jeep into Hoi An to explore the Old City, or to the beach for a few hours unwinding by the coast. If you’re feeling a bit more active, borrow a bicycle and pedal out to see more of the beautiful rural surroundings. Once back at the resort, relax with a cool drink by the rooftop pool, or find a shady spot on your veranda to enjoy the views.
The prospect of a completely eco-friendly property is pretty rare, but Hoi An Chic are nothing but committed. The removal of plastic bottles has - thankfully - become fairly common throughout most parts of Asia, but here they go a few steps further. Staff uniforms are made from eco-friendly materials, rooms keys made from wood, and combined with their ongoing support to the local communities you really can’t argue with the utter dedication to sustainability and the environment.
Experience Vietnam’s bustling cities with a well-balanced taste of Vietnam’s fascinating rural landscapes and villages.