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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.
Zoals superior, ruimer.
Zoals Deluxe, ruimer.
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.
"Not young couple friendly and not 5 star at all "
My partner and I stayed here for 5 nights 6 days. Unfortunately this hotel is not 5* in the slightest. This is definitely a place for families with young children to stay. The restaurants here are expensive and the food isn't great. The pool is warm which isn't great when you're in the sweltering Vietnam heat! The shuttle bus also is very infrequent and because of this everyone is rushing to get on it. I would suggest staying at one of the smaller boutique hotels if you are a young couple looking to get away, this was not the right choice at all.
"Nice Hotel - Great location for Hoi An"
We found the rooms fine, yes a little dated, but fine. We had deluxe rooms on the top floor of a 4 room building and with vaulted ceilings both rooms felt fresh and airy and had everything we needed. The grounds are lovely and the pool is perfect for those just wanting to lazy around and take a cooling dip. Buffet breakfast is enough for anyone and found the food in the restaurants was good. However this is Vietnam and, as you would expect, better and more reasonable dinners can be had from some of the street cafÃ©s across the road. The beach is still under repair, but that had no negative impact on our stay. The Spa and Gym were fine, if a little dated, but the service was very good, plenty of staff around to ensure your needs are met. The location is perfect for those wanting to visit Hoi-An (we went daily) and a free bus is provided, although we always took a taxi which can be ordered at reception, and is was easy and reasonable. As discussed on many reviews, probably not a 5* Hotel any more, but we were very happy. Good Hotel, Very Good service a perfect location, all at the right price.
"Enjoyable stay in resort"
Had an enjoyable and relaxing stay in the resort. The room was great although would be good to have drawers to be able to unpack and put away clothes ( 1st world problems!). The staff were helpful and friendly, the breakfast excellent and the general lay out of the resort was good. The pool very nice, finding a spare lounger sometimes difficult as other guests claim first thing in the morning with the towel and simple personal item to claim the lounger., not the resort issue. The closeness to the beach was great and the resort have done a great job to reclaim the beach compared to other resorts along the beachfront. food and drink prices were reasonable for a resort. The courtesy bus to Hoi An is good.All in all, a great place to stay and think we will be back sooner rather than later. April great time of year to come.
"(Bed)Room for improvement"
Agree with another recent post that the rooms definitely need improvement so this is reflected in our rating. Our Super Sea View room was superficially nice but lacked a lot. This was the final (10 day) stay of a 3 week Cambodia/Vietnam trip and the room did not provide what you would expect from a claimed 5* hotel and for example was nowhere near the quality of our Siem Reap hotel (in what is an underdeveloped nation). There was zero cupboard/drawer space in the rooms and no hanging space for my wife's long dresses. Half-timbered sliding screen separates bedroom from the bathroom area which whilst OK for those in long term relationships could be a bit too "intimate" for friends sharing a room for the first time! Mattress lies on a 6 inch wide protruding wood frame all the way round which is great for bruising the calves when walking round the room and getting into/out of bed. Ignore the off-putting guest information card which says no fires(!) or irons in the room - an ironing board and iron is available on request as you would expect. Problems with aircon leaking and defective light switch were very quickly fixed after reporting but the maid service was a little bit below par with towels taken away and not replaced and a persistent problem of forgetting to replace our milk supply for teas and coffees. Even with a 20% long stay guest discount the eat-in prices are pretty high and hence the hotel lacks some "buzz" in the evenings but there are some great family-run restaurants just over the road which provide great food at local prices. The 2 hotel bars have back-back happy hours so you can start at the Breezes Bar by the beach at 5, pop out for dinner and continue in the main bar until 8:30! Nice pool which was never crowded and the staff will always be able to magic up a mattress to go on the grass by the pool once all the sunbeds have gone which happens fairly early. More sunbeds are really needed to avoid the regular disappointment for late-comers and families. The beach erosion problems are well-documented so the beach will never be up to the photogenic qualities of say the Maldives, Thailand or Bali but as long as you are aware of this before booking your holiday then it won't be an issue. Beach is now only about 20m wide but there's also the grass-covered terrace to use right next to the beach. Discussion elsewhere on these forums about the pros and cons of Hoi An riverside vs beachside means that readers can make an informed choice and for us even with the beach issue we would have gone for this location even if we were aware of the issue before booking our trip. Gardens are well-maintained and provide some shade for those who want it adjoining the pool and beach. On our departure day one of the gardeners suddenly used a noisy mechanical anti-insect spray around the whole hotel without any notice to the guests. This was in the early afternoon and the pool area, grounds and reception in turn were clouded by heavy and very strong smelling fumes which caused guests to have to abruptly move from where they were seated/lying. Lack of late checkout seems to be a persistent problem in this hotel judging by talking to fellow guests. This really needs to get sorted out as lots of guests will be flying on elsewhere in late afternoon onwards.I would expect a true 5* hotel to be more agile with its room allocation - the reason we were only offered a one hour extension on mid-day checkout was because the incoming guest arrival time was not known. I would expect the hotel to be able to juggle their rooms a bit better and allocate on arrival. Hoi An old town is a 10 minute 100k VND taxi ride so is very accessible. Had the room been up to expectations then would have scored a 4 but will never really be able to make the 5* score that you would expect of a luxury far east Asian hotel - so will be interested to see how they fare with their nomination in this year's luxury hotel awards.
"The oasis of Hoian."
Nice room with basic decorations, large balcony face to garden, amazing buffet breakfast, so lovely pool in middle of palm garden, the location distance to central of Hoian old town about 4 km, The bell boy need more action to help clients. Overall we enjoy with our stay. Highly recommended.
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