Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort and Spa

Location: Central Vietnam | Vietnam

Price guide: £££££ Less than £100 per person per night

For a beach holiday with a bit more bustle, we can’t think of anywhere better than the Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort. The resort itself is wonderfully sleepy, with a private white sand beach and blissful spa, whilst nearby is Hoi An’s vibrant and friendly fishing village.
Perfect forBeach with a bit more bustle: for families with younger children, and couples.
In the knowA great cultural activity for kids is a visit to Hoi An’s traditional theatre – here you’ll see colourful folk dances, accompanied by a cacophony of weird and wonderful instruments.

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • History & Heritage
  • Beach
  • Family-friendly

Hotel Overview


Just 30 minutes from Danang airport, and 5 minutes from the fishing village and UNESCO heritage site of Hoi An.

Rooms at Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort

Inspired by traditional fishing villages, the 109 rooms at Victoria Hoi An have clay tiled roofs, and are surrounded by narrow paths, tranquil water ponds, and beautifully tended gardens. As the sunshine streams through your window in the mornings, you can step onto your spacious terrace and enjoy views of the South China Sea, or meandering Thu Bon River. All rooms feel really airy, thanks to the high ceilings, white walls, and polished wooden floors.

Food and Facilities

Unsurprisingly, seafood is the speciality at Victoria Hoi An, and whilst you’re sleeping the fishermen are busy hauling in the night’s catch. As well as succulent shrimps, the restaurants at the resort serve traditional local dishes, accompanied by an extensive wine list. During the day, you can enjoy simple snacks by the pool, and for children there’s a separate pool and kid’s club.

Activities at Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort

Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort is ideal for relaxing, snorkelling and diving in the warm South China sea, but you’ll also want to visit the nearby fishing village of Hoi An. Once a trading centre for international seafarers, this colourful and friendly place has ramshackle buildings dating back to the 16th century, and narrow streets selling handy-crafts. Further afield, there are plenty of places to explore, including Marble Mountain, and the ancient ruins of My Son temple, but we particularly like the idea of jumping into one of the resort’s motorbike side-cars, and heading to Vietnam’s rice paddies. When you return, you can relax with a hydrating sea-weed wrap at the spa, and for a magical night under the stars, why not sleep as the sea-farers do: on the beach, with a mattress, Champa cushion, and storm-lantern flickering beside you.

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