Luxurious colonial hotel – a great base from which to explore Hoi An’s atmospheric cobbled streets
Beach | City | History & culture | Honeymoon | Relaxation | Spa
Scenically located on the banks of the Thu Bon River in the historic port town of Hoi An, the Anantara Hoi An is a charming boutique retreat built in the style of a grand colonial mansion. The attractions of Hoi An are within easy walking distance, though the hotel also rents bikes – a great way in which to explore the Old Town’s cobbled streets. Away from the city, many of the area’s finest beaches are also within striking distance.
The hotel’s 93 split-level rooms are all housed in two or three-storey colonial-style buildings that reflect Hoi An’s history of trade with both Europe and the Far East. Each is beautifully decorated and has a bedroom and bathroom on the upper level and a lounge on the lower level opening out to a private porch with day beds and views of the river or lush gardens. Options range from Deluxe Rooms with a choice of queen or twin beds, through spacious Junior Garden View Suites, to the decadent Anantara River View Suite, complete with walk-in wardrobes, upper and lower living rooms, swinging day beds and mesmerising views of the river.
Culinary options range from the sophisticated Lanterns Restaurant, which specialises in traditional Vietnamese cuisine, to the ever-so-laid-back O’Malleys Irish Pub and the delightful Riverside Café. The resort’s Dining by Design concept offers butler-hosted private dining at a series of intimate locations.
As in Anantara resorts the world over, a fabulous spa is awaiting on site. You’ll also find a large pool, a separate kids’ pool, lantern-making workshops, cooking classes and Thu Bon river cruises available.
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