Tucked away in a tropical garden, this thin-walled hotel pays tribute to Vietnamese culture with its rice paper factory and a 200-year-old house, where fifth-generation family members still live today. The white buildings with clay-tiled roofs resemble a small village. Each building houses spacious rooms with four-poster beds draped in netting. Nice touches are the fresh flowers and fruit, and the rice pastries wrapped in banana leaves that the staff brings at turndown.
Rooms include free Wi-Fi and some come with a laptop to use during your stay. Centering the property is a circular pool; Cua Dai Beach is a 10-minute drive away. Complimentary bikes and shuttle service are offered, and motorbikes can be rented next door for $5 per day.