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Karma Cây Tre, Hội An, Vietnam

Set on the country’s richly endowed central coast close to the colorful, historic town of Hoi An, this riverside retreat of airy and spacious rooms set in verdant tropical gardens
is the perfect luxury gateway to the country’s unique culture, cuisine and gorgeous natural surroundings…

This property is part of Karma Group’s award winning Lifestyle and Leisure Club


Each of the spacious, air-conditioned rooms emphasizes understated elegance, with an insistence on quality and taste when it comes to décor and furnishings. Choose queen bed with deliciously soft duvets and high thread count sheets, while en suite bathrooms – NO TUBS, but spacious walkin rainshowers. All the units are conveniently centrally located, equally between Old Town and the golden beaches of Hoi An – An Bang.

Hotel Unit for Three

Hotel Unit Double

Hotel Unit Twin Beds


Cay Tre Cafe

Open breakfast lunch and dinner, specialising in fresh traditional cuisine at local prices. Western specials available during the day.



Poolbar with Iceberg Club Happy hours daily, tropical cocktails and ice cold beers with Live sports showing at the bar…

Cua Dai Beach

Situated just 1km from Karma Cây Tre and accessible via bicycle, motorbike, taxi or by foot, is Cua Dai Beach, a scenic stretch of palm-fringed, white sand, with views of the Cham Islands.

Foreign Currency Exchange

Our front desk handles exchange of all major currencies. Vietnamese Dong – bank notes come in denominations from VND 500 to VND 100,000.

Family Cooking Class

We offer Vietnamese cooking classes suitable for the entire family. Discover one of the most sophisticated and popular South East Asian cooking traditions, which is now popular around the world. Learn to make classics like Banh rice cakes and rolls, to Pho soups to Goi Cuon spring rolls.


Hidden Gem. Unassuming Luxury

We loved everything about Karma Cay Tre. The size and style of the resort is intimate yet luxurious. Our room was immaculate and well stocked every day with toiletries, blindingly white towels all tea and coffee supplies. The staff from Steve and his henchmen Dave and Chris were extremely welcoming and always available for a drink at the bar. All in the line of duty.My husband Dave loved the bike trips with Steve as guide. I thought the food was exceptional and rarely felt the need to eat away from the resort. The afternoon ritual of the iceman delivering his huge blocks of ice into the pool followed by Happy Hour was a delight to behold. We will be back for sure.


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A Wonderful Break for Both Me and My Husband at Karma Cay Tre

It was indeed a wonderful break for both me and my husband. We commenced our trip from Hanoi where we stayed at the Old Quarter...the city is brimming with fun and has lots to offer in terms of cuisine and culture. The highlight of our holiday was the 2 nights cruise at Halong Bay, which is a must for anyone visiting Vietnam. We then proceeded to Hoi an...where we spent 3 nights at the Karma property. Cay Tre is a lovely boutique property, especially the land scaping. The room however was a bit drab, but very comfortable with much scope for improvement.

Mona Walia

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Hoi An distils all the finest attributes a town in Vietnam could possibly offer. It boasts some of the most sophisticated and elegant architecture in the country, which combined with its location on the banks of the languid Thu Bon River make it arguably the most alluring urban centre in the country.

Hoi An is a UNESCO world heritage site largely thanks to the Old Town, which is one of the best preserved examples of a trading port in the region. Its culture and heritage derives from the ancient Cham kingdom, which once controlled the lucrative spice trade from far eastern Indonesia. But atop there are a myriad other influences – notably Chinese – and the Old Town is filled with Chinese shop fronts and temples as well as Japanese and European influenced buildings.

The town’s cosmopolitan character has continued to develop with the advent of tourism – it’s a great foodie destination and alongside its traditional aspects, the town offers a host of comforts to visitors, from boutique restaurants to sophisticated bars.

Visa Info

Most foreigners require a visa in order to enter Vietnam, though some countries are entitled to a free 30 day visa on arrival. It is easy to apply online and approval usually takes two working days – but be sure to apply at least a week in advance to be safe. You can fill the online visa application and find out if you are exempt here

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