The original hotel is a 125-year-old Chinese trader's home, a block from Hoi An's Japanese, covered bridge on Tran Phu Street. Those who really want to soak up Hoi An's architectural flavour can stay in one of the two second-storey rooms in the original wooden house. Furnished with antique furniture and oriental rugs, although a bit dark and threadbare, these rooms are the real thing. Renovated in 2008, the air-conditioned city hotel offers just 6 rooms in total and welcomes guests into a lobby with a hotel safe and currency exchange facilities. Youngers guests are sure to enjoy the children's playground. Guests are also offered use of a caf�, a restaurant, WLAN Internet access, and room and laundry services.
It is a 45-minute drive from Danang International Airport to the resort. It is possible to organise a pick up or drop off with the resort and there will also be taxis available at the airport. The main road between Danang and Hoi An is of good quality and the hotel is easily accesible by car or bus.