Anantara Hoi An

Location: Central Vietnam | Vietnam

In a town where French influences are still palpable thanks to the European-style architecture and positively Parisian al fresco cafes, Anantara Hoi An supplies a dose of atmospheric ambience. Built in the French colonial style and nestled privately in a lush garden, this grand hotel has butter-yellow walls, white pillars and modern interiors. 
Perfect forAnyone keen to be near the centre and stay somewhere with colonial character.
In the knowBiking around Hoi An is one of the most pleasurable ways of enjoying the city’s grand architecture and charming riverside - hire one from the hotel and explore at your own pace.

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • History & Heritage
  • City Hotel
  • Family-friendly

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

The Anantara Hoi An is a five-minute walk from the UNESCO- protected ancient centre of Hoi An, along the banks of the serene Thu Bon River.

Rooms at Anantara Hoi An

The decor of Anantara's rooms and suites reflects the colourful port town that lays outside, in a fusion of Japanese, French, Dutch and Chinese influences and contemporary styling. The rooms are split-level, with the bedroom on the upper level and a lounge on the lower, opening onto a porch that looks over either the river or garden, with day beds to laze on and take in the views.

Food & Drink

A showcase of the country’s best cuisine, Lanterns restaurant is in an atmospheric colonial dining room which treats you to lovely river views and as you feast on local specialities, fresh seafood and succulent steaks straight from the grill, all while you enjoy the river views and the ambience of the French colonial-style dining room. You can then retire to the Heritage Bar for a nightcap or, if a cocktail is more to your liking the Lychee Martini is not to be missed.

Facilities

The fantastic Heritage Bar is the perfect place for a nightcap - or if a cocktail is more to your liking, the Lychee Martini is not to be missed.

Activities at Anantara Hoi An

Make the most of the opportunity to make like a local with lessons in the language, the fine art of Vietnamese painting, lantern making or cookery which, in the foodie capital of Vietnam, is possibly the best place to learn. 

Take a stroll along the water as men and women pilot bamboo skiffs through the glassy water of the river to the market, or walk five minutes into town where cobbled streets and vibrant lanterns welcome visitors and merchants alike to the bustling market and labyrinth of ancient streets.   

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