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Cham Island

  • Garden Hills

    Garden Hills

    Bohemian

    Chong Beach, Cham Island
    T: (0169) 753 7712;

    There’s something undeniably bohemian about Garden Hills Ecological Lodge. Carved entirely out of jackfruit wood, with a wrap-around balcony perfectly positioned for soaking up sunsets and a ... Read the full review of Garden Hills.

    3.5 stars Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker

Cam Nam Island

  • The Sleepy Gecko

    The Sleepy Gecko

    Quite possibly the best views in Hoi An.

    Cam Nam Island, Hoi An
    T: (090) 842 6349;

    This cheery yellow – and perhaps a bit scruffy — open-fronted bar and restaurant is located by the river edge on Cam Nam Island and has quite possibly the best views in Hoi An. Now the Sleepy ... Read the full review of The Sleepy Gecko.

    4 stars USD 20 to 50 1 vote Midrange

Hoi An

Most guesthouses and hotels in Hoi An are within easy walking distance of the central historic quarter but relatively few are within its immediate confines, and these ones are very overpriced. While central Hoi An is home to some tasteful options for midrange tourists, backpackers seeking to pay US$7-10 will need to bunk down a good 10-minute walk from the river. The town already sees too many package tours and prices reflect this -- in low season you may be able to bargain your lodgings down a little, but in high season, you'll struggle.

Cua Dai Street

Cua Dai Street runs for around six kilometres from Hoi An town out to the long Cua Dai Beach. It isn't really a great location -- it's a bit of a hike from town and also rather far from the beach -- but with the shopping and restaurant theme overspilling from the old town and the ease of biking from A to B, it's not such a bad place to be.

Cua Dai Beach

Cua Dai Beach runs for eight kilometres from the Cham island ferry port north to An Bang beach, on the coast down from Da Nang. With its rough-grained, white sand and proximity to restaurants on and near the beach, Cua Dai has long been popular with daytrippers from Hoi An. A growing selection of flash resorts are however springing up along the beach, catering to those who need a few days to really relax. They've created, it seems, a fair amount of coastal erosion in their wake and have fenced off large areas of beach for hotel guest use.

An Hoi islet

An Bang Beach

  • The Sunshine Hotel

    The Sunshine Hotel

    Half way to An Bang

    02 Phan Dinh Phung St, Hoi An
    T: (0510) 3937899; F: (0510) 3921899

    The domineering, brand spanking new Sunshine Hotel sits midway between An Bang beach and the old town; from here it’s a good 20-minute walk to either, but that’s okay because every guest gets a ... Read the full review of The Sunshine Hotel.

    3.5 stars USD 20 to 50 1 vote Midrange
  • An Bang Seaside Village

    An Bang Seaside Village

    Quirky style

    An Bang Beach, Hoi An
    T: (84) 0906 660309;

    This time a month ago there was only one place to stay on An Bang Beach in Hoi An; now there are six, and three of those make up An Bang Seaside Village, which has been very quirkily styled around ... Read the full review of An Bang Seaside Village.

    3.5 stars USD 20 to 50 1 vote Midrange
  • Temple Beach House

    Temple Beach House

    Luxurious self-catering at its best

    An Bang Beach, Hoi An

    The Temple Beach House is luxurious self-catering at its best. Tucked away behind impressive wooden gates nestled between towering white walls abundant with vivid pink bougainvillea and surrounded by ... Read the full review of Temple Beach House.

    3.5 stars USD 100+ 1 vote Luxury
  • An Bang Beach House

    An Bang Beach House

    Family friendly

    An Bang Beach, Hoi An
    T: (0913) 005 214;

    A terracotta-tiled roof and a bunch of banana trees sitting behind a cheerful blue stripy gate are pretty much the only clues you’ll need to track down family-friendly An Bang Beach House, sitting ... Read the full review of An Bang Beach House.

    3.5 stars USD 10 to 20 1 vote Flashpacker

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