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Set in a prime location of Quy Nhon (Binh Dinh), Cali Hotel puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. Facilities like safety deposit boxes, Wi-Fi in public areas, coffee shop, laundry service, elevator are readily available for you to enjoy. Designed and decorated to make guests feel right at home, each room comes with shower, television, satellite/cable TV, inhouse movies, hair dryer. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Quy Nhon (Binh Dinh) has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Cali Hotel.
AddressLots 61 - 64 Hoang Quoc Viet Street, , Quy Nhon Vietnam | 0.5 miles from city center | Show on map
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Hoi An's Ancient Town was recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1999. The town represents a very well preserved example of a typical South East Asian trading port in the classic style of the 15th to 19th centuries and combines both local architectural styles and those brought in by western trading nations. In justifying the inclusion of Hoi An on the list, the UNESCO committee said that it represented the "fusion of cultures over time in an international commercial port".
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