Vinh Hung Riverside Resort & Spa is a well-known resort in Hoi An, one of the famous World Heritage Sites in Vietnam. The resort is quietly located on the bank of the romantic Thu Bon River but also a short 5 minutes walk from the Old Town of Hoi An with its famous traditional architecture and its many shops and restaurants. Hoi An has something to offer to everybody, whether a person enjoys culture, beach or shopping; Hoi An has it all!
Staying at Vinh Hung Riverside Resort & Spa will make your time in Hoi An even more memorable. Vinh Hung Riverside Resort offers its guests luxury and attentive service in a traditional Vietnamese environment.
With 82 well appointed rooms set in well-kept green gardens, a restaurant that offers a fine-dining experience and two pools set in a natural environment Vinh Hung Riverside Resort & Spa is a paradise for people who want to unwind.
Vinh Hung Riverside Resort & Spa in Hoi An is an ideal base from which to explore three famous World Heritage Sites: the Old Town of Hoi An, My Son Holy Land and Hue, the old imperial capital.
Vinh Hung Riverside Resort & Spa offers many services to keep its guests entertained; they can cool down during the hot days in one of the two refreshing swimming pools, or treat themselves with a visit to the spa. For a delicious meal they can visit the Red Tile Restaurant and afterwards enjoy a drink in one of the bars. Vinh Hung Riverside Resort & Spa also offers a modern equipped fitness center and business center.
Hoi An offers you an inimitable glimpse of the classic Asian culture. The Old Town retains the true essence of Hoi An of yore. The relics here are true heirlooms of the citys Golden Age from the 15th-19th century. Its well maintained structures are a rare sight in todays world where renovation and redesigning has changed the face of most ancient cities. Get a taste of this intriguing world, quite worthy of its World Heritage Site status bestowed upon it by UNESCO.
Hoi An, once called Faifo, was an international port city, flirting with the west and drawing traders from all over the world.
The Ancient Town of Hoi An, which has been recognised by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage site, lies on the banks of the Thu Bon River. Occupied by early western traders, Hoi An was one of the major trading centers of Southeast Asia in the 16th century. Tourists can visit the relics of the Sa Huynh and Cham cultures. They can also enjoy the beautiful scenery of the romantic Thu Bon River, Cua Dai Beach, and Cham Island. Over the last few years, Hoi An has become a very popular tourist destination in Vietnam.