The rooms in the hotel vary in size, but even the most modest feels bigger thanks to sharp styling, huge picture windows, bright white linens and pared-back minimalism accented with a striking blue feature wall. The look is stylish, but softened by an injection of local artistic heritage, complimented by luxurious contemporary furnishings, high-end amenities, a king bed or twins, a sofa and enough storage for the most zealous shopper to conceal their Hoi An hoard. Creature comforts, such as sound proof double glazing, flat-screen cable TV, minibar, complimentary Wi-Fi and a minimalist bathroom that comes decorated in the classical statement tiles used throughout the hotel in a tricolour palette of sky, sand and sea. Stylish bronze fittings and showers (loft suites also come with the benefit of a freestanding tub), stocked with unisex herbal infused toiletries come as standard throughout. In ground floor deluxe rooms guests can also lather up in a tropical outdoor shower.
All rooms come with a balcony, terrace or garden, meaning nobody goes home without enjoying stellar views of the surroundings. If you’re happy to sacrifice open balcony seating for more inside space, opt for a standard or superior room with a closed balcony, which have slightly more living space. On balmy nights you can open up the French doors and let in the tropical breeze.