Travel Guide: Where to Stay in Hoi An, Vietnam

January 4, 2017

Last year, we spent a wonderful week in Vietnam's Hanoi, Bai Tu Long Bay and Hoi An areas admiring the gorgeous landscapes, exploring the cities by dodging motor bikes (on foot!), eating delicious and spicy pho and drinking lots of Vietnamese coffee. Although it has been a year since I visited, the past couple of months I have been getting a lot of emails asking for Vietnam travel recommendations. This has inspired me to do a two part post on where to stay in Hoi An and also where to eat in Hanoi and Hoi An. I am thrilled that people are looking to visit such a beautiful country and that they are entrusting me with travel recommendations. While in Hoi An, we stayed at a boutique hotel not too far from the Hoi An center, Maison Vy. It was one of those hotels that feels like home. Incredibly welcoming, friendly and genuine staff made the stay a pleasant ease. The pool was a wonderful way to cool off during the scorching afternoons and the complimentary breakfast was beyond our expectations. Enjoy freshly made soup noodles, pastries, exotic fruits and of course, strong Vietnamese coffee. Their cafe is open during the day as well and a nice, cool spot to enjoy an afternoon coffee or snack. Maison Vy is truly a little gem of a place and a sure recommendation when traveling through Hoi An. Stay tuned for the next post on where to eat and have coffee in Hanoi and Hoi An...


  1. You capture interior spaces so beautifully Sharon! This hotel is so charming, cannot wait to visit Vietnam one day x

  2. This was my second time attending an event at this place, and was my first business event here (the other event was a charity show). Everything was perfect, the drinks and food was amazing. Even the coffee at New York Event Venues was wonderful.