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Ancient charm with a modern touch
VOV 09:59, 2013/12/28
Boutique Hoi An Resort sits on the pristine Cua Dai Beach on the doorstep of one of Vietnam’s most celebrated UNESCO sites, Hoi An.

The resort has a distinctly French colonial style, with elegance and delicate detail throughout. With 82 rooms and villas, each facing either the ocean or the main pool, there is a room category for every taste, ranging from Superior to Beach Villa.

Those who opt for a Boutique Deluxe or Pool Villa will have direct access to the pool area via large French doors. There are lounge chairs around the pool for guests to enjoy their time catching a few rays and topping up the tan. The edge is dotted with swaying palms that offer welcome shade from the afternoon sun.

Just a short walk away, brilliant white sand leads down to the ocean. On the beach there are plenty of umbrellas and beach lounge chairs making it the perfect place to delve into a book and fully relax.

The resort’s signature restaurant, Le Café, serves a buffet breakfast and various meals during lunch and dinner time. Its menu includes cuisines from around the globe, and authentic Vietnamese and Hoi An dishes which utilize locally grown vegetables from the Tra Que village. One can request a private dinner prepared by a well-known chef under the stars. The second dinning option, La Piscine, is next to the pool and is a great place for a simple, light alfresco lunch.

Just five minutes by taxi from Hoi An’s center, it is also easy to visit famous craft villages like Kim Bong (for carpentry), Thanh Ha (for pottery) or Ban Thach (for mats). The famous Tra Que vegetable village is also nearby. Boat rides are on offer which take you through the Bay Mau mangrove forest.

It’s easy to pass a whole day at the resort, enjoying the pool and catching some sun. You can also enjoy being pampered by one of the therapists available at the spa. The late afternoon is the ideal time to head to Hoi An, In the cool, breezy hours approaching dusk take a walk along the river front and dine at one of the many good restaurants in the areas. After dinner, walk off the calories by browsing the shop selling a wide range of handmade craft items, antiques, paintings, and silk products.

Ater a few hours in town, head back to the resort and pick a spot on the beach to enjoy a refreshing drink and listen to the waves as they crash on the shore.

Boutique Hoi An Resort is a great little resort-you will not find any better place to stay anywhere in Vietnam. 

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