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.
* Family Room; is connecting-rooms with balcony garden view including kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms(1Twin + 1 Double) and 1 rest-rooms inside, Television(with international channels),Hair dryer,Minibar,Wifi, Writing desk, Kettle, air-conditioning.
Newer build, or at least remodel, in a good location. Modern rooms. 10-15 minute walk into "downtown" Hoi An or a 3 minute, $2 taxi ride. Linh and her family were gracious hosts. She was very helpful and a good communicator. We stayed in three hotels in Vietnam and this was the nicest of the three. Breakfast was made fresh to order and not buffet style. Good variety on the menu. Linh is always walking around and able to help you with any questions. The bed was very comfortable and the air conditioners are cold.
The bathroom has an open shower (meaning no enclosure or curtain to keep the rest of the bathroom dry), which I do not like, but this is very common in Vietnam and at least this hotel has recessed floors so the water drains properly. Again, despite it's shortcomings, this was the best shower of the three hotels we stayed at in Vietnam.
Someone nearby also broadcasted the news over a loud speaker every morning between 4:30am - 6:00am and woke us up each day. I am not sure if it is something the local government does or if it was a neighbor of the hotel. I am not sure that choosing a different hotel over this one would help this situation. The others might be exposed to it as well.
Hoi An has great food and tailors. Be sure to get some clothes made. It is more touristy than other parts of Vietnam so expect to see many Western faces.
If we return to Hoi An we will certainly be staying with Linh.
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