Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam
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Le Pavillon Luxury Hotel & Spa



Hoi An is one of Vietnams most treasured cities and it is most famously known for its beautiful hand made suits and garments and of course the vibrant and delightful lanterns. Situated just outside of the centre Le Pavillon offers a superb stay during your time here offering a relaxing environment and much more.

Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

Boasting a large outdoor swimming pool you will want to hang out by the pool to cool down from the sun and relax on their many sun loungers or enjoy a delicious drink at their pool bar. The rooms are really what make Le Pavillon stand out though with quirky modern but traditional Vietnamese architecture that really captures your eye.

If you find yourself in Hoi An, Vietnam then I would highly recommend booking a few nights stay here at Le Pavillon.


  • Regular free shuttles to and from the town & beach
  • Refreshing welcome drink upon arrival
  • Modern, clean and unique rooms
  • Large pool to relax in during the day
  • Pamper days at the Spa & Wellness centre

Super Deluxe Riverview with Balcony

Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

During our stay at Le Pavillon we opted to stay a few nights in the Super Deluxe Riverview with Balcony which looked absolutely incredible from the word go as it was ultra modern, with fantastic Vietnamese touches to complete the atmosphere.

Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

Furnished with a large double sized bed, big fluffy pillows, clean linens, soft towels, bed side tables, en-suite bathroom, comfy arm chairs, coffee table, a brilliant view overlooking the swimming pool & river, a writing desk, and plenty of power points. The aesthetics of the room were on point and it made for a very welcomed nights rest.

What you get

Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

The room comes equipped with free toiletries, tea & coffee making facilities, strong Wi-Fi, two bottles of fresh mineral water daily, laundry services, air-conditioning, minibar, hairdryer, safety deposit box, flatscreen TV and cable channels.

Click here to check out their other rooms.


The Swimming Pool

Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

The pool is centrally located and is surrounded by plenty of sun loungers, umbrellas, pool bar and parallel to the river. It is very large, clean, refreshing, and a great place to cool down, relax with a drink and even get a couple of laps in. This is honestly a great way to spend part of your day after exploring the beautiful Hoi An cooling down and relaxing.

Spa & Fitness Centre

For those who love a good pamper day, Le Pavillon offer a superb collection of Spa and massage treatments which well and truely get you relaxed. This is located onsite and can easily be booked through reception should you wish to indulge.

Have a drink at the Wanna Bar

Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

At this delightful bar you can relax and unwind, enjoying a choice of delicious coffees and teas, fruit juices and various drinks and snacks. I found this the perfect place to work from my laptop as the Wi-Fi super strong here and I could keep topped up with delicious coffee while I worked. For those of you after something a bit stronger, they have a great selection of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails.

Grab some lunch or dinner at Le Pavillon Boutique Hotel

Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

The great thing about Le Pavillon is that they have a number of different hotels located around Hoi An and the Boutique is pretty special as it has a fantastic restaurant dedicated to providing delicious food and drink. We went there for lunch and opted for the set menu which consisted of – Avocado with shrimp salad, Creamy roasted tomato basil soup, Roasted duck breast with mash potato and vegetables and a delicious passion fruit ice cream to finish it off.

Definitely treat yourself to one of their delightful cocktails as well – we had the Le Pavillon Welcome Drink and Blue Margarita. The atmosphere was superb, staff & service were excellent and we left with very full stomachs.

Get a custom made suit or dress

Get a suit made in Hoi An, Hoi An, Vietnam

Feel like shopping? If you must pick a place for splurging on clothes, shoes and bags, make it Hoi An. There is an endless number of tailor shops (over 400!) , so many that you really won’t know which one to choose, so this is really a must do in Hoi An. Some of the shops are really cheap, but remember that you usually get what you pay for.

Visit Ellie’s Cafe Hoi An

Ellie's Cafe Hoi An, Hoi An, Vietnam

This delightful little and quaint cafe is situated not too far from the Japanese Bridge and delivers delicious heathy food and drinks to your palate. Its a lovely atmosphere and the owner Ellie is a great host providing some great conversation and dishes. I highly recommend trying to the falafel bowl or the chicken with quinoa and also Ellie’s Detox Recipe drink is quite tasty too.

Check out Ellie’s Cafe facebook here

See the Japanese Bridge

Japanese Bridge, Hoi An, Vietnam

This is a Hoi An must do. While Hoi An has a rich heritage, it’s also not ashamed of its links with other cultures. Way back in the 1590s, the Japanese community here wanted to create better links with the Chinese quarters of town. They decided the best way to do that was to build a bridge that would cross the river, and bring the two sides together.

Day trip to My Son Ruins

My Son Ruins, Hoi An, Vietnam

This complex of abandoned Hindu temples dates back to the fourth century, and for hundreds of years it was the temple of choice for the kings of the Champa dynasty, as well as the final resting place for many of them. While it’s not as well known as Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, My Son is very much the Vietnamese equivalent, and the sense of peace and tranquility to be found here is something that will stay with you for a very long time.

Stroll along Lantern Market

Lantern Street, Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An really comes alive at night, and an Hoi An must see is the spectacular Lantern Market. Every evening, the 300-meter-long Nguyen Hoang Street is transformed into a sea of color, as vendors set up stalls selling everything from handmade jewelry and clothes to delicious snacks. The whole thing is topped off- and takes its name from- the hundreds of different colored lanterns that decorate the street and illuminate the stalls. If you’re looking for an authentic Hoi An experience, then the Lantern Market is not to be missed!

How to Get There

where to stay in Hoi An, vietnam
  • No 145B Tran Nhan Tong St., Hoi An, Viet Nam
  • Phone: (+84) 235 625 9999
  • Email: [email protected]


The prices will vary depending on what time of year you stay – to check out the pricing click here

We stayed in August 2019 and for our Super Deluxe Riverview with Balcony it would cost 1,604,667 VND (£57) per night.


  • Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed).
  • WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
  • Free shuttle service
  • Daily housekeeping
  • 24-hour front desk


Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

This lovely hotel is absolutely beautiful, peaceful, and the perfect place to stay and relax while in Hoi An. I am so glad that we chose to stay here for a few nights – its the ultimate modern Vietnamese experience!

The rooms were fantastic, we had a super comfortable nights sleep and really enjoyed watching the surrounding tropical palm trees, pool and river from our bed and balcony. The large pool was my favourite feature as it was only a stones throw away from our room and super refreshing. The staff are also so friendly, they can honestly not do enough for you to make your stay that little bit more comfortable than what it already is.

Le Pavillon Luxury Resort & Spa, Hoi An, Vietnam

You will want to spend longer

The hotel is in a good location and when you throw in the close proximity to the town, restaurants and all of the other attractions you are onto a winner!

If you are in Hoi An, Vietnam and you want to have a great Vietnamese experience, I would highly recommend Le Pavillon Hoi An.

Click here to book your stay

***Thank you to Le Pavillon Hoi An for kindly sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.

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Hey! Im Lee, AKA Explorewithlee and Taketheleaptravel and I am from the UK. I am a full time travel blogger for Budgetair.co.uk and brand ambassador for Kathmandu and STA Travel while living and travelling in New Zealand. I love photography, videography, writing, blogging and exploring new destinations. These are my adventures, tips and everything you need to know about travelling the world.

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