Photo: Evening in Hoi An's old town.

Photo of Thien Nga HotelThien Nga Hotel

Great midrange value

52 Ba Trieu St, Hoi An T: (0510) 391 6330 F: (0510) 391 6209   thienngahoianhotel@gmail.com

Thien Nga Hotel

The Thien Nga Hotel is a great midrange option, providing far more modernity and comfort than other similarly priced hotels in the area.

Photo of Thien Nga Hotel

The recently renovated hotel now oozes charm and they seem to have thought of everything, including a new spacious family room. Rooms are stylish and clean, with white sheets on wooden beds, intricate textiles draped on the walls and large flatscreen TVs. Balconies have potted palms, and are a great spot to grab a minute of relaxation after a day haggling with Hoi An's tailors. If you can, snag a room in the back, where you can have a view over the neighbouring rice fields. Some guests have reported problems with damp rooms, but this is usual with most hotels on Ba Trieu during and for a few months after the floods (late October through to early December) as the area sits on low ground. Avoid this by booking a room on the first or second floor. A small undercover pool is placed out back, and there's a well-laid out garden with chairs and loungers, and breakfast and free WiFi are included. For the rates, the rooms are a steal. Recommended.

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Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.


Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Dbl air-con private bathroom
US$30
US$35
Family room
US$50
US$50
Room: Dbl air-con private bathroom, low season: US$30, high season US$35. Notes:
Room: Family room, low season: US$50, high season US$50. Notes:

Thien Nga Hotel
52 Ba Trieu St, Hoi An
T: (0510) 391 6330 F: (0510) 391 6209  
thienngahoianhotel@gmail.com

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