Senvila Boutique Resort, Hoi An - review by Rusty Compass
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Senvila Boutique Resort, Hoi An

| 27 Oct 2017
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Our rating
27 Oct 2017

Cute little boutique resort in a semi-rural setting between Cua Dai Beach and Hoi An's old town.

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Senvila Boutique Hoi An is a locally owned, 36 room resort that opened in 2017.  It’s between Hoi An town and Cua Dai Beach. Town is 2.4kms away while the beach is around 3.5kms. There’s good cycling nearby too.

Rooms are a good size - starting at 32sqm. We recommend taking an upstairs room for privacy. Downstairs rooms open up to the common area around the pool.

Grounds are spacious, the pool area is perfect for cooling off after a day out, and the staff we met were happy and helpful.


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