We arrived at 11pm, no problem. After giving us a thorough induction on what to do on the island (and free Vietnamese ice tea!), Hao took us off to an expat bar with his friends. Over the three days, Hao proved himself to be the perfect host - welcoming, generous and friendly with excellent local knowledge and impeccable English and German. His staff's English was limited, but they were really lovely - they even gifted us keyrings as we left, waving us off!
The hotel is brand new, clean, and stylish, with an open cafe area downstairs and a small but lovely rooftop bar with deckchairs and bean bags where they showed films. NB: at least the bunk bed room has a metal roof, which is extremely loud in the rain! Bring earplugs just in case
The location is outside of the main tourist strip - right in the centre of town, overlooking where the new night market is being built. We thought this was far more interesting, although we did have some serious difficulties finding places to eat with menus or pictures on the wall to order sign that weren't overtly touristy in the immediate area. Hao went with us for dinner one night and we had incredible seafood tapas for 60K dong, but more difficult on your own! NB: prices vary hugely in those aimed at tourists, so shop around.
Massively recommend getting a bike - you won't make the most of the island otherwise. Hao arranged a daily scooter hire for 150K dong.
The only detractor was some confusion over the airbnb listing itself and what was included. However, we're more than willing to overlook this slight fault given the rest of our amazing experience.