My friend and I stayed at this hotel 3 nights in two separate rooms. The location was great. The hotel was clean. There were 2 bad things about this place.
One, I heard the people next door talk so clearly and I even heard them snore at night. The wall was not sound-proof at all. Two, on my third day, I bought one kilo of avocados (= six avocados) and put them in my room at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m., I got back in my room and found that there were only 5 avocados left on the table. I reported this to the reception counter and ten minutes later, one of the receptionists came to my room with a very soft avocado and an excuse that said "My maid found this avocado in the dustbin in your bathroom. You must have thrown it away into the dustbin" That was so ridiculous for me, because I selected those avocados very meticulously and brought them into the room 5 minutes after that (because the hotel was so close to the market). I put the bag of avocado on the tea table not even knowing that any of them was soft as I had to rush out of my room. So, if other future guests choose to stay there, be sure not to leave any valuable belongings in the room as it wouldn't be safe.
Hoi An is a beautiful town, but the vendors in the Hoi An market (called Cho Hoi An) and on the streets are quite impolite, trying to rip off tourists. Even though I bargained very hard on my one kilo of avocados (with the final price of 40,000 dong), I went back to the hotel and learned from the receptionist that locals would be able to buy them at only 20,000 dong for a kilo. Even a fresh coconut, a normal price I got in Ho Chi Minh (and some parts of Hoi An) was 20,000 dong. But, there were some vendors who knew that I was a tourist told me the price was 40,000 dong. It was like this all through the 3 days I was in Hoi An, which made me feel really upset.
A Banh Mi cart near Huy Hoang River Hotel that comes to sell in the evening time told me the price of a Banh Mi sandwich was 30,000 dong when I saw them sell one to a local for 10,000 - 15,000 dong. Another situation was, I was watching a whole pineapple being sold to a local, and then, I asked that local what the price was. She said, "12,000 dong." Then 30 seconds later, I was buying one from the same vendor, she would sell it to me at 20,000 dong. I had to hand her only 12,000 dong, and said "I know the price." There are many more rip-off experiences I had, but let me give you one last one. I was trying to buy a kilo of mandarins; the vendor put the basket (that had the mandarins in) on the scale to get more weight and more money from me.
So, I won't go back to that beautiful town with so many dishonest people again.