Loc Phat Hoi An Homestay is a local Vietnamese Family run business. My family, my two boys, my husband and me love to have people all over the world around us and therefore we opened The Loc Phat - Hoi An Home-stay's since 2010 in order to show all travelers about Vietnamese Culture how they live, working, eating. As I have been working for many years in the hotel industry you will not only have the change to live with a real Vietnamese family but get experiences as well a high standard service.
Known as Faifo to early Western traders, from the 17th to 19th centuries Hoian was one of Southeast Asia’s major international ports. Since the Old Quarter of Hoian was listed Culture World Heritage of UNESCO in 1999 . Now, Hoi An has become the highlighted and wonderful charming destination of any trip in Central Vietnam.
Room Features: Satellite TV, Minibar, Air-conditioning, Desk, Sitting area,Telephone, Hair dryer, Slippers, Private bathroom with hot shower,
super petit hôtel , un peu excentré , préférer les chambres au premier étage qui évite le vis à vis .
la famille qui tient l 'hôtel est très accueillante . les chambres sont impeccables !
It was a pleasure to stay at Linh's place. It is actually not a private place, but Linh's kids were running around so it felt a bit like. However, Linh was very helpful to us, starting with organizing a driver from Na Dang airport to her hotel, rent us reliable scooters to explore the countryside around Hoi An, gave good advices which places to visit and finally managed our further travel to Hue. To sum up, I can recommend everybody to have a look at this nice and good located (between beach and centre) hotel.
First off, this is realy a hotel, not a homestay! A very informal hotel, with helpful staff and a warm-hearted hostess Linh. Our room was clean, bright, with very high ceilings that gave it a feeling of extra spaceousness. Everything worked as it should, and the room was cleaned each day. Good breakfast served each day!
The reception/office has a small library and Internet, ask Linh for advice on local matters.
It is situated half way between the town centre and the beach. Bikes ($1/day), motorcycles ($5/day) are available for hire, lots of taxis. We paid 25,000dong taxi fare (1 euro) from town centre back home! (Get a metered taxi!). We also walked to/from town a few times, good for combating the effects of drinking lots of cold beer!
Go out from the complex, turn left onto the main road, and stop at the first cafe/restauarant for a warm welcome and great food prepared by a qualified chef, a close friend of Linh.
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