The resort is built in the special style of the town's ancient houses giving the impression of a village in harmony with its very natural landscape, buildings with clay-tile roofs, decorated with round and rectangular Chinese lanterns. Furthermore, guests are sure to enjoy visiting the 200-year-old ancient house in a Vietnamese countryside style, which offers the opportunity to discover the traditional way of making rice noodle (pho) and pancakes right in the resort. Renovated in 2009, the resort features 52 guestrooms, a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, a cloakroom and a hairdressing salon. The café, bar, pub and restaurant provide food and drinks. The conference facilities and Internet access may be of use to business guests. The room and laundry services offer additional convenience, whilst those arriving by car may leave their vehicle in the car park for a fee. Bicycles may be hired on site for a fee.
The club resort is located only 1 km from the heart of Hoi An and 3 km from Cua Dai beach. On one side is the main road of Cua Dai which runs from the little town to the white sand beach with the same name, and on the other side is a branch of the large De Vong River.
The resort comprises many houses. Although ancient, they are equipped with modern facilities to satisfy travellers' comfort needs, including an international direct dial telephone, satellite TV, an in-room safe, minibar and en suite bathroom with shower, bathtub and hairdryer. Each accommodation unit is additionally equipped with a table and chairs, double or king-size beds, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, a washing machine and an ironing set. The air conditioning and heating are individually regulated to ensure guests' preferred temperature. All accommodation comes with a balcony or terrace.
The resort offers guests use of an outdoor swimming pool, a gym, massage service (for a fee) and a pool/snooker facility (for a fee).
Situated on the first floor with an open view of the reception hall, the gracefully decorated Vietnamese restaurant features a buffet station and regular food. If guests would like to try Hoi An speciality foods, Dai Chiem restaurant will serve them in 'Buffet ganh' style. Vietnamese dining is unique in the restaurant with its unique architectural and decorative styles creating a clear vestige of the past.
All major credit cards are accepted, such as American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard and VISA.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board
King size bed