Hai An Hotel’s a peaceful escape w/ pleasant accommodating staff & a great overall value. Off-beach but just a few minutes' walk to relatively bustling Con Son market (and still an easy seaside jaunt). Small hotel, very close to good food and drink spots, essentially in the heart of the lazily resort-minded island but still quiet (til rain falls on the tin roofs common to local structures...that's an initially-jarring white noise, but it does also serve as an obvious weather indicator, so if you want to know if it's dry outside, no need to get out of bed or even open the curtains to the town & mountain views). There's a large seldom-used terrace on the top floor that offers some very nice views. The front desk staff made me feel at home, providing inexpensive access to motorbikes, laundry, and other amenities & requests & inquiries, and their English is better than expected for the area. Bit of an ant problem in kitchen area and in the hotel room's private bath, but insects are common all over the island, even in the more expensive hotels & bungalows. Guest room doors are thin metal with artificially frosted glass, so don't expect soundproofed rooms, but I didn't find hotel noise to be a problem. These doors also allow some threshold clearance for insects & geckos, but this was rare and wasn’t a big issue (a little more-so during the uncharacteristically heavy rain during my 4-night stay). All in all, a clean, comfy room at a great value; I'd stay again if I return.