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We have been to Victoria Hoi An before and intended to go again. However, with the beach being washed away - which the hotel tries to hide from would-be guests - the Victoria lost a major advantage as compared to the many hotels in Hoi...More
2 Thank Joerg T
Response from DUNG P, Front Office Manager at Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & SpaResponded 12 June 2015
Dear Joerg T,
Thank you very much for your kind review of the Victoria Hoi An resort.
We actually have a beach right end of the resort which is very comfortable for everyone. For your information that we will install the geotube to recover our...More
We liked very much this hotel. We had lovely dinner, good food and entaertainment around the pool. Two people band played nice music and we could not resist dancing for long time.
In the next day it was the same.
In addition, the location of...More
Had a great room facing the sea a short walk from our private beach, all the staff should be commended for their service,friendliness and helpfulness,nothing was a problem and all with a smile. Great ammenities ,pool, bars scenery and only a five minute walk to...More
Lovely resort out of town, on the beautiful beach. Nice garden. Staff very kind and caring. Great sunrise! Vietnamese style and very luxurious. Rooms very clean and comfortable.Not to big fit very well in the environment.I strongly recommend.
I spent 3 days here on my recent trip to Vietnam, what a beautiful relaxing resort it is.
The ideal place to wind down for a few days after hectic Hanoi and frenetic Vietnam.
I had a Suite with a sea view and wonderful amenities...More
I would say NO! We usually go March/April about 32C and minimum rain. Never been in November but there are postcards showing people going down the Main Street in a canoe so there's a clue. The river often floods at that time... More
I would say NO! We usually go March/April about 32C and minimum rain. Never been in November but there are postcards showing people going down the Main Street in a canoe so there's a clue. The river often floods at that time of year and the shops have to move everything to the 1st floor. Hope that is helpful.