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About Sunflower Hotel Hoi An

Situated in the heart of Hoi An, Sunflower Hotel is just 500m from Hoi An Ancient Town, 10 minutes drive to Cua Dai Beach. The hotel is close to everything: Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation, Quan Cong Temple, Nga, Tran Duong House, Tan Ky House and Japanese Bridge.

Sunflower Hotel offers a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, cozy/inviting rooms, free high-speed Wi-Fi internet and parking.

Guestrooms at Sunflower Hotel include cable channels televisions, safes, minibars, showers/tub bathrooms with cold & hot water, hair dryers and slippers. Rooms are filled with hardwood furnishings and large windows with pool or garden view.

The hotel was renovated in 2010 so almost everything are new & clean.

Services: Laundry service/dry cleaning, Wi-Fi in public areas, concierge, bicycle rental, business center, tour/ticket assistance, currency exchange

Local and western foods are served at the on-site restaurant. Light snacks and refreshing beverages are also available.

Sunflower hotel Hoi An is recommended by Lonely Planet travel book 2012 and is award by Tripadvisor as the Exellence Hotel in 2013.

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About Hoi An

Hoi An Vietnam

Graceful historic Hoi An is Vietnam’s most atmospheric and delightful town. Once a major port, it boasts the grand architecture and beguiling riverside setting that befits its heritage, but the 21st-century curses of traffic and pollution are almost entirely absent. Whether you’ve as little as a day or as long as a month in the town, it’ll be time well spent.

Hoi An has no airport, and no train station either. The only way to get there is by road. You can hire a taxi from the neighbouring city of Da Nang, which does have an airport with daily flights from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and other large Vietnamese cities. There’s also a train station in Da Nang, and bus services are plentiful.

Hoi An Vietnam

Hoi An Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site. The town is home to some 88,000 people and even though it is small it attracts many tourists, also being a well established place on the backpacker trail. Many visit for the numerous art and craft shops and tailors, who produce made-to-measure clothes for a fraction of what they would cost in the west. There are many popular nightspots and several internet cafés, bars and restaurants have opened along the riverfront. Lying just a few kilometres inland, Hoi An packs in lots of affordable accommodation, budget shopping, authentic eating experiences, and interesting sights which are best explored on foot. Close by is the fascinating ruins of My Son, as well as Cua Dai Beach and China Beach – the latter which are popular for beach activities like windsurfing, snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing. The city of Hoi An is one of the quietest in Vietnam. Cars are not allowed in the main streets and, unlike in the rest of the country, motorcycles do not blow their horns all the time.

Hoi An Vietnam

In 1999, the old town was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO as a well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port of the 15th to 19th centuries, with buildings that display a unique blend of local and foreign influences. According to the UNESCO Impact Report 2008 on Hội An, tourism has bought changes to the area which are not sustainable without mitigation.