Where to Stay in Hoi An, Vietnam: The Best Hotels in Hoi An for Every Budget

Where to stay in Hoi An for backpackers, flashpackers and luxury travelers

best hotels Hoi An

Wondering where to stay in Hoi An? The good news is, there are thousands of hotels and hostels in Hoi An. The bad news? It’s so hard to choose! Here are our recommendations of the best hotels in Hoi An Vietnam for backpackers, flashpackers, mid-range, and luxury travelers.

Hoi An, Vietnam may just be the most charming city in South East Asia. The narrow streets and buildings of the ancient city provide endless diversions for the traveller who likes to walk and wander while the restaurants and bars are varied and delicious.

(Don’t miss our guide to the best vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Hoi An)

There are so many places to stay in Hoi An that figuring out where to stay in Hoi An can take hours. Lucky for you, I’ve already spent hours doing the research and have compiled my best recommendations for each budget.

Just pick your Hoi An hotel below and spend more time enjoying your trip to Vietnam!

Where to Stay in Hoi An

These are our recommendations for the best hotels in Hoi An, Vietnam

All prices are approximate and current as of Jan 2017. Ratings come from Booking.com.

Tipi Hostel

Rating 8.8, $9 single bed in dorm, $18 double room, breakfast included

where to stay in hoi an tipi hostel

We stayed here and liked it. This friendly hostel is in a great location just steps from Minh Hien, our favourite vegetarian restaurant in town. This hostel is a great place for meeting backpackers and other travellers and is my pick for one of the best hostels in Hoi An. My only complaint was the lack of privacy in the dorm room, which just had three single beds squeezed in side-by-side. I would have preferred a little more space or a few curtains to divide the room a bit!

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The Hoi An Villa

Rating 8.9, $10 for a double with shared bathroom

where to stay in Hoi An Villa

This simple family home is fairly new (opened Oct 2016). It is just 600m from Hoi An Ancient Town and will let you taste what life is like for Hoi An locals. Join in the family dinner for a spread of typical Vietnamese foods. You can also rent bicycles and motorbikes from the property. This might be the best place to stay in Hoi An for couples on a budget who want a taste of Vietnamese family life.

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Prince Hotel

Rating 9.1, $25-30 for a double, breakfast included, swimming pool

where to stay in Hoi Prince Hotel

If you’re in town during a heat wave, then grab a room at this Hoi An boutique hotel where you can cool off in the outdoor pool or just enjoy a poolside cocktail. It’s about a 20-minute walk from the Ancient Town but there are local food stalls nearby and rental bikes available. Just 2km from the beach, The Prince Hotel is perfectly placed for a quick bike ride for a day by the sea.

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La Siesta Hoi An Resort & Spa

Rating 9.4, $65-85 for a double, $145 for suite with pool view, breakfast included, swimming pool

where to stay in hoi an la siesta

Just 500 metres from Hoi An Ancient town, Essence Hoi An provides luxury in a setting so peaceful you may never want to leave the hotel. When it’s time to hop out of the pool and go explore, the staff will undoubtedly arrange everything for you.

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  Happy mindful adventures, Jane & Stephen

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We've spent hours researching the best hotels in Hoi An, Vietnam. Here are our top picks of where to stay when you travel to Hoi An.

Hi, I’m Jane, founder and chief blogger on My Five Acres. I’ve lived in six countries and have camped, biked, trekked, kayaked, and explored in 50! At My Five Acres, our mission is to inspire you to live your most adventurous life and help you to travel more and more mindfully.

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