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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.
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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.
Beautiful pool and gardens that are constantly tended, but a beach that has us been destroyed by yhe elements. They've tried so hard to keep it in place, but there's not much that they can do against the elements and this beach is gone. Setting up sandbags makes it look like the D Day landings are planned, it's a great shame, but that's how it is. Room was good, nice size with a lovely terrace, wifi worked well which isnt always the case n big spread out resorts. The design was a bit daft, no storage space or drawers in a big room was silly and the designery slatted bathroom door let through a lot of light from the unshuttered bathroom window. Restaurants and bar were OK. Breakfast was fine, and had one dinner there, but the problem that they have is that just over the road are several excellent and much cheaper options, so they tend to be quite empty, given prices are more than double what the local spots charge and probably not quite as good. With poor weather the resort didn't offer much to do - there's a bus to town (last one at 2030) and you can get taxis for around 5$ one way. Other than that the bar has a pool table and the odd lounge singer but it's all a bit sad; there's nothing to make guests want to be around there, I think a resort type hotel needs a plan B if the weather isn't playing ball. Didn't use the spa, gym was pretty mediocre. Checkout was a bit odd they accused me of having something that I definitely hadn't (I guess that it just hadn't been stocked), so in the end I just paid up, reflecting that I'd not be back.
"Loll away the day at Palm Gardens 2 (2016)"
This a continuation of a review I did last year. My wife and I chose to go back to Palm Garden because of the wonderful staff, beautiful pool and great room as well as the relaxing atmosphere. This time we elected to stay much longer staying 9 days. Once again warmly greeted by the reception staff, with a refreshing drink and cold towels, buggy ride to our upstairs room which was in the bottom corner of the resort, facing the beach. Unfortunately for a lot of people the vast majority of the beach had been displaced due to a very bad storm about a week to 10 days before we arrived (this was explained to us on check in). Our view looked over what was left of the beach. You could also see the huge sand bags they were using to retain their brick wall as well as trying to regain back some of their beach, in fact dredging was going on almost every day to try and gain back more of their beach front. Management were clearly concerned about this loss of beach front as we did see everyday senior management and I believe the owner checking on the progress of the dredging. Enough about that, the only detracting bit was the digger starting up fairly early most mornings to recommence reclaiming the beach not a big deal in my view. Breakfast which was included in our deal and I presume most others was more than adequate with what I felt was a wide variety of choices for everyone, fruits, cereal, eggs of every description, Asian soups could be made on request, toast, baguettes. I availed myself of the omelet almost daily as did a lot of others. my wife was enamored with the fruits having passion fruit when there and water melon & cantelope. After breakfast we did a walk most days along the beach for about 2-3 km, you could see the some of the destruction caused by the recent storm, with some of the other resorts, while they still retained a good percentage of beach front, it wasn't as good as it was last year. From the rear our resort still looked better with grass and palm trees still existing along the brick retaining wall. If walking along the beach be aware that tiles and bricks were still lying in the sand and we picked up bits of broken bottles lying in the sand, all of this away from our resort but still near enough to be a concern. Most days for us were spent lolling away on the lounges at the pool, again staff provided towels and foam mattresses at our picked location, and a waiter still came out to serve us upon waving a flag. Club sandwiches and lime drink being the order of the day for us. We met some great people while there one couple in particular we hope to keep in touch with back in Australia. Generally a lot of Europeans, French, German and Russian with the odd English person as well. Some would acknowledge you and others wouldn't, but didn't let that worry me. Staff at the resort in my opinion were all excellent, virtually everyone of them greeted you and asked after you, not sure how many knew what we were saying but they all had great big smiles on their faces and I hope they at least think this tourist was a little bit friendly. I think we were particularly lucky with the weather as it is getting to the end of the season for them, we had good weather every day the one day it didn't look too good, changed around 10 am into a real wonderful day, so all in all it was good for us, but again something for other travelers to be aware of. We are considering going back but we may choose a different time of the year to actually go back next time. I have read some comments about the price of drinks and food and also agree that you could pay twice or more as much for these items as you would outside the resort and management may need to review this if they want keep you there for any of the other meals or drinks, otherwise go into Hoi An or even across the road. Overall I was again very happy with our time there and am sure we will be back again. I like it because it is not a multi storey complex, it has everything I want to hand and you tended to see the same faces day in and day out which led to at least some familiarity with others. One only has to see the amount of resorts and building going on from Da Nang to Hoi An to see that tourism in this area will be like Bali or Phuket in a few years, so this place may be my preferred destination to those just mentioned.
"5 star indeed"
The resort itself is about 30mins taxi from airport and cost us 430,000dong (it's cheaper on way back as we got a tour company outside hotel for transfer for 300,000dong). The hotel is amazing! Lovely pool area with plenty of loungers. Reception staff very helpful and speak good English. Since it was our honeymoon they upgraded us to a garden view room with moved us out of the standard block of rooms into more of a suite type room nearer pool. Which was amazing! So big, huge bed, and even a cake as a treat!! The hotel has its own beach but as other reviews state due to recent bad weather it's very eroded which they are trying to fix. But walk 2mins to the left and there is a nice beach (of another resort) where you can get loungers etc for hire. Or just stay by the amazing pool in the hotel. Breakfast is a giant buffet which caters for everyone! If you can't find something you like there is something wrong with you. Ate like kings. They run a shuttle bus to town at 10am, 1pm, 4pm and 8pm. And return from town at similar times. Outside those times a taxi one way costs about 100,000dong as it's only 10-15mins to town. Directly outside the hotel there is a parade of shops and restaurants where you can eat traditional food for half of the price the hotel charges. Highly recommend "Mi Casa". Laundry and tour services also available. Local music acts play in the bar every night which is nice. The only downside to the hotel is the prices for food/drink. Now I know you expect to pay more in a resort but because they are double the price you can get either in town or in restaurants opposite it means most people leave the hotel on an evening. Which makes it a bit of a ghost town. Which is a shame. If they lowered price it might encourage people to stay in hotel in evening. But ultimately it's reasonable prices compared to UK, just expensive compared to Vietnam. Very comprehensive gym if required. Overall an amazing place and would highly recommend. We stayed 5 nights end of Nov which unfortunately is end of rainy season so a few days of cloud/rain. But can't fault the resort itself. Definitely 5 star with everything you need.
"Jesse and Janice (i.e. The J's - hotel band) made our stay an experience"
We were blown away with how stunning the resort is! To top it off, the staff are all incredibly helpful. The real winner here though was the band at the bar. We stayed for three nights and each night the singers came to mingle with the guests. They were so down to earth and keen for a banter and a laugh which is a great way for the hotel to build rapport with their guests, and made our experience feel more personalised. They even let us come and jam with them on stage, and went home one night to learn some suggested songs to play for us the next night. Super accomodating, super friendly. They can sing in multiple different languages as well, so there's a little something for everyone. I'm 23 and was here with my mother who's 59 and we both had a great time, had a good jig on the dance floor and met so many people from other countries who were doing the same. Thank you for an amazing time Jesse and Janice!
From the moment we arrived we were treated to first class service the porter opened the car door, and a big welcoming smile cold refreshing drink was on hand with a hot towel the reception booking in was easy and very efficient from the most welcoming staff you could meet, shown to room spotless and was cleaned twice a day pool and poolside spotless gardens beautifully and well maintained. in fact we cannot fault this hotel the management should be proud of each and everyone of them. The beach was a act of god but I've seen it how hard the staff are working to return it to its former glory big thank you.
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