Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa
Hoi An, Vietnam
The Victoria Hoi An is situated right on the shore on the central Vietnamese coastline. Charming rooms reflecting the local cultural style are dotted throughout this warm and restful resort in Hoi An, making it feel like its own little village.
At a Glance
Stunning beachfront location and an easy 10-minute drive into Hoi An
109 rooms and suites, some with direct beach access
Multitude of land and water based activities for all ages
Relaxed and informal atmosphere
Spacious property with a village feel
The beachfront rooms and suites are the best at the Victoria, having direct access to the beautiful beach is such a plus.Scott Dunn team
Learn to make traditional Vietnamese spring rolls in the Cooking Class with the Head Chef! Delicious!Victoria Hogg
Feel at home and soak up the atmosphere staying at this well established hotel.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa or take a look at our itineraries to Central Vietnam and Beaches
The Victoria is located on stunning Hoi An Beach, just outside Hoi An Old Town. The architectural concept is similar to a small fishing village built in a traditional style with small streets, water ponds and village houses with clay tiled roofs. Bungalows and rooms are tastefully decorated in Vietnamese, French and Japanese style to reflect the history of Hoi An as an old trading port.
The restaurant, L'Annam also reflects this eclectic style with international, Vietnamese and Asian cuisine served in an idyllic setting overlooking the ocean. The seafood here is exceptional and couldn't be fresher. The Faifo, Cham and Elephant Bars all offer great snacks and a wide range of drinks, whether you fancy playing some pool, enjoying some live music or simply sitting at the poolside enjoying the serenity of the ocean view.
The Victoria Hoi An offers plenty of water sports and land-based activities, from kayaking and windsurfing to mountain biking to cooking classes and tennis. There is also an extensive fitness center, a wonderful spa and a great Kids' Club.
The 109 rooms at The Victoria Hoi An all have balconies facing the river or the sea and include 52 Superior Rooms, 28 Deluxe Rooms, 4 Deluxe Beachfront Rooms and 25 Suites. The rooms are decorated in Japanese, classic French and traditional Vietnamese styles.
Children are made very welcome to come and stay at Victoria Hoi An Beach. There is a children's pool, complimentary kids club (for children aged 1-10 years) and a babysitting service available to keep your children entertained and to give you some time out.
L'Annam restaurant serves International, Asian and Vietnamese cuisine with freshly caught seafood a specialty. The poolside Faifo bar also offer drinks and snacks and the Cham and Elephant Bars offer live music and live TV sports respectively. There is a swimming pool and kids pool, tennis courts, spa, library and Kids Club.
The hotel provides a complimentary shuttle bus service into Hoi An town where there is plenty to see and do. Other activities include the use of complimentary mountain bikes, cooking classes, waterskiing, kayaking, sailing, beach sports and Tai Chi lessons.
Location & Directions
Hoi An, Vietnam
Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa is situated 10-minutes from Hoi An Old Town, on Cua Dai Beach, one side of the resort facing the river delta and the other side, the sea.
When to go
The temperature is warm throughout the year (average 29°C), yet hotter around months June and July and cooler around December. Hoi An is affected by monsoon winds. The city will be constantly raining from September till January, and dry for the rest of the year. Overall, the best time to visit Hoi An is between February and June when rainfall is low and temperatures are pleasant. The temperatures can get hot during summer time and during the rainy season, particularly during October and November, rains can be frequent and heavy.
If you can, time your visit to Hoi An for the full moon during on the 14th day of the lunar year each month for the Full Moon festivals, when the town becomes the stage for traditional songs, dancing, games and food, with lanterns lining all of the streets.