Located in Vietnam’s first integrated resort, New World Hoiana Hotel is a secluded beachfront retreat just a stone’s throw from UNESCO-crowned Hoi An
The five-star hotel sits on an isolated four-kilometre stretch of beach that flanks the East Sea, about a 15-minute drive south from Hoi An centre. It is less than an hour’s drive from Danang International Airport.
I stayed in a comfortably spacious deluxe twin suite. Decked out in neutral tones, the décor has an unfussy, contemporary feel. It came with all the expected amenities, including a 55-inch TV, coffee and tea-making facilities, and corner workspace. A small but adequately-sized balcony overlooked the adjacent 18-hole golf course. The bathroom comprised separate shower and toilet units. In addition to the deluxe, the 426-key hotel’s rooms include superior, deluxe ocean view and superior ocean view.
Aroma is a spacious ground-floor eatery that overlooks the pool and can cater up to 324 guests. It was lively every morning, serving a breakfast buffet that featured food from across the globe. The restaurant also offers food throughout the day. Charred is a casual poolside eatery for 124 diners. It serves snacks, steaks and seafood.
Inside New World, guests have 24-hour access to the gym, a large swimming pool and sundeck sit on the ground floor, while the beach is on the doorstep. The hotel also forms part of the wider Hoiana Resort & Golf complex as one of the four luxury hotels managed by Rosewood Hotel Group, which comprises a casino, 10 over restaurants, event spaces, and an 18-hole golf course with free shuttle carts to transport between venues.
Service was always delivered with a smile and staff were happy to help, especially when I arrived to check-in weary and hungry at 00:15.
Hoiana ticks all the boxes when it comes to integrated resorts. While it sits in a secluded location, the plethora of onsite amenities ensure this is never an issue.
Tel: +84 235 858 6666