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Het uitstekende Palm Garden Resort ligt in een schitterende tuin met prachtige begroeiing, vijvers en bruggetjes. Door de perfecte ligging aan het witte zandstrand is het zeer geschikt voor de echte strandliefhebbers. U kunt ontspannen bubbelen in de jacuzzi en zich heerlijk laten verwennen met allerlei massages en therapieën in de Shiseido Spa. Er zijn voldoende sportfaciliteiten, zoals tennisbanen, beachvolleybal, een moderne fitnessruimte, watersportmogelijkheden en er zijn fietsen te huur. De twee restaurants serveren heerlijke gerechten uit de internationale en Vietnamese keuken. Het centrum van het schilderachtige havenstadje Hoi An is maar op vijf minuten rijden van het resort en een verkenning meer dan waard. Een verblijf in het Palm Garden Resort is echt onbezorgd genieten in een sfeervolle omgeving.
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Bent u graag actief tijdens uw vakantie? Naast de vele excursies kunt u hier onder meer ook fitnessen, tennissen, windsurfen, fietsen, kajak varen op zee en volleyballen op het strand.
Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, kluisje, minibar, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon met zitje. Tuinzicht of zeezicht.
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Direct aan het mooie zandstrand van Cua Dai, op vijf minuten rijden van het centrum van Hoi An.
• 3 Restaurants
• 3 Bar
Hoi An is een typisch voorbeeld van een goed bewaard gebleven Zuidoost-Aziatische handelsstad uit de 15e tot 19e eeuw. De oude binnenstad is sinds 1999 opgenomen op de Werelderfgoedlijst van Unesco. In de stad zijn nog vele gebouwen met een unieke mengeling van lokale en buitenlandse invloeden. Tijdens uw reis door Vietnam is Hoi An vaak een uitstekend rustpunt; mede door haar ligging in het midden van Vietnam, maar ook vanwege de fraaie stranden.
"Lovely hotel but rooms felt damp"
The Palm Garden Hotel is a lovely place to spend a few days. The staff are helpful and friendly and breakfasts were good. The rooms were spacious but they felt damp as did all of our clothes by the time we left - it marred an otherwise great stay.
"Nice place to stay, right by the beach"
We enjoyed 3 nights here. We were in room 215. It was a big room with a very high wooden ceiling. There was a strange musty smell in the room which we thought could be the ceiling. The shower was also poor. Apart from that, it was a great hotel. The staff on reception are delightful. The beach seemed to us to be perfectly fine with good sand which stretches for a long way. It was an easy taxi ride in to the old town (approx Â£3) or you can get the free shuttle bus. The breakfasts are good, with plenty of variety. We decided to eat in Morning Glory one night (famous restaurant in the old town) which was good but we then discovered Mi Casa across the road from the hotel which we'd highly recommend. It's a family run business with excellent food, a friendly welcome and extremely cheap. The hotel were going to charge 46000 per hour to hire bikes but we hired them from Mi Casa for 30000 for the whole day!
"Great hotel AND beach - cpl of things to iron out though"
We've stayed in a few hotels similar to this i.e. small 2-3 story 'villages' and you won't go wrong booking here, well run very good staff - very friendly. We had an electrical problem and the maintenance man would be with us 'in 10 mins' - 2mins later he was in the room, 2 mins later it was sorted. Hopefully the bad press the hotel received earlier this year has now gone after the beach was washed away in a typhoon - not sure how they could have stopped this.. One thing we found annoying as another reviewer mentioned was the extended wooden bed surround, and yes I have a bruise on my shin to prove it! One piece of constructive criticism is the shuttle bus times - I've no idea how the demand has been in the past but personally 4pm and 8pm are too far apart, but we'd definitely come again.
"Had a wonderful time"
We stayed here for seven nights after visiting other places in Vietnam and Cambodia. It is a lovely hotel in a wonderful setting. The staff were very helpful and attentive. We were upgraded and had a wonderful room with the biggest bed we've ever seen. The pool area and the grounds were well maintained and lovely. The only downfall was the hanging space which was ridiculous. You could only hang about 4 items in the wardrobe the rest we had to hang on the chairs in the room. There wasn't any proper drawers either. There was plenty of room to be able to accommodate wardrobes and drawers. The breakfast was delicious and catered for everyone's taste. We were given a token for a Vietnamese meal or a massage, have the massage. We had the meal and was very disappointing as it was very bland. Not at all what you would expect. We ate in the hotel several times but it was nothing startling. They are replacing the sand which was destroyed in the Typhon towards the end of last year. That didn't bother us as the sea at this time of the year is quite rough and very cold.
"Hoi An garden retreat"
We stayed 5 nights, and enjoyed the relaxing atmosphere. Breakfast buffet was excellent and plenty of it. Other meals are pricey so most people eat at local restaurants across the road. We can recommend all of them. It is an inexpensive taxi ride into town where there are many more restaurants. Big positives were the massive bed in our deluxe room, the daily cleaning crew who serviced the room each morning and again in the evening. Our room was large, with plenty of hanging space in the wardrobe. Downside is that there is no hot water for showers by late afternoon, so have your shower/deep bath in the morning. Also light is poor for makeup/shaving in the bath room.
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