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Welcome to Garden Aroma Homestay Hoi An

Hoi An has just been voted the 2nd most popular place to visit in Asia by “Conde Nast” magazine readers and our homestay is perfectly positioned for you to explore and enjoy everything this historic and beautiful area has to offer. Situated between the Ancient town of Hoi An and the local unspoiled beaches , our homestay offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in local culture and daily Vietnamese life whilst being pampered with homely touches and treats at our homestay. Read more

About us Homestay Hoi An

We are an established Hoi An family going back several generations and enjoy meeting and sharing our culture with visitors to the area.  Our entire family will be on hand at the homestay to share their favourites places, shopping experiences and local family recipes in the restaurant. We are able to use our local k...

Facility And Services

  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant & Bar
  • On site cooking classes
  • Room Service
  • Free Wifi & Computer
  • Free bicycles
  • Airport transfers arranged
  • Full day & half day excursions
  • Beautiful Landscape garden
  • In house library
  • Shopping recommendations
  • 24hr security

Accommodation Homestay Hoi An

Enter our beautifully designed homestay and you will find all the rooms have been finished to a very high level.  They are spacious, furnished with locally handcrafted furniture and furnishings and light and airy with large windows that bring the magnificent gardens into your room. The Large modern bathrooms have s...

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We are very excited about our newly completed homestay and look forward to welcoming guests in 2014.  To celebrate our opening we are offering for a limited period the following promotion. Special opening...

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Hoi An Overview

Hoi An Old Town is located 30km south of Danang City, and 60km northeast of Tam Ky. Hoi An used to be an international trade center by sea on the east area in the 16th and 17th centuries. It was the busiest trading port in Dang Trong region of Vietnam during the reign of Nguyen as merchants from Japan, China, Portugal, Spain, Holland...often stopped over to exchange and purchase commodities. Good to give some ideas what commodities being traded here during the period.. In the historical progress of establishment and development, Hoi An was known by foreign merchants as Faifo, Haisfo, Hoai pho...

 

Quan Thang Ancient House

Quan Thang Ancient HouseQuan Thang is currently seen as one of the nicest ancient houses in Hoi An. It is over 150 year old and carries the architecture style of Hoa Ha, China.....

Trieu Chau Assembly Hall

Trieu Chau Assembly HallConstructed in 1845 by Chinese merchants, Trieu Chau Assembly Hall was built in honor of General Phuc Ba, a god with the power to calm the oceans and protects....

Cua Dai Beach

Cua Dai BeachCua Dai literally means the ‘big sea mouth’. Cua Dai beach is located in the area of Cam An Ward, about 4km to the north-east of Hoi An Town,....

Japanese Covered Bridge

Japanese Covered BridgeThis beautiful little bridge has become a modern-day icon of Hoi An. A bridge was first constructed on this site in the 1590s by the Japanese community....