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Long Life Riverside hotel - Hoi An

  • supabrudda

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    If any one is looking to have a bit of a splurge for their accommation in Hoi An, I can recommend The Long Life Riverside hotel, just over the river from the old town. Rooms are $35/night, which put clubs rooms @ the Sheraton to shame. The rooms are massive & absolutely stunning. The latex matresses & pillows are perfect. The bathtub (or spa)are nice. The pool is a great relief @ the end of a hot day. The staff are excellent & speak excellent English (the reception girls have a very cheeky sense of humour).

    And of course they have satelite TV, so you can even watch the footy (and their mini bar has street prices if you need a few beers).

    We came for 3 days & ended up staying 6, the old town, the beach and a great hotel...why would you want to be anywhere else?

    #1 Posted: 14/6/2010 - 15:49

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  • Vxh

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    7th April, 2010
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    Thx, landing in Saigon on the 17th so 2 more days. I will definitely look for this hotel when I visit Hoi An...Hope the staff are not rude.

    #2 Posted: 15/6/2010 - 07:16

  • supabrudda

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    Certainly not rude (they're very friendly). They enjoy joking around with guests.

    I forogt to mention rooms have their own internet PC & there's free bicycles. breakfasts are good

    #3 Posted: 17/6/2010 - 17:51

  • casbar

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    22nd January, 2012
    Posts: 2

    Hi and thanks for your report on the Long Life Riverside. May I ask what type of room you had, and where you booked to get it for $35 per night?

    #4 Posted: 18/3/2012 - 01:02

  • daawgon

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    That hotel might be very nice, but it's just so nice to be a little closer to the action - in the Ancient Town. If I want to see the river or the beach, I just rent a push bike and go!

    #5 Posted: 19/3/2012 - 09:29

  • casbar

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    22nd January, 2012
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    Thanks Daawgon for your input. As with all decisions, there are pluses and minuses - just a matter of weighing everything up!!!

    #6 Posted: 19/3/2012 - 16:43

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