Daesco Hotel

Address: 155 Tran Phu Street, Da Nang, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 155 Tran Phu Street, Da Nang, is near The Marble Mountains.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Daesco Hotel Da Nang

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Da Nang

Sun, Sand, and Beach

A travel blog entry by truclopez on Aug 06, 2015

6 comments, 15 photos

... the food has been bland and not at all what we expected. Even though we've been in Da Nang for only 1.5 days, we have eaten the best food here. Coincidentally, we've noticed that there are very few tourists here who are Anglo so it could be that the food here is not watered down for non-Asian visitors and thus more authentic?

By the way, I've really enjoyed reading all the comments! ...

Leaving the homestay.

A travel blog entry by bonittareeve on Jul 28, 2015

... for,the lantern festival, so,there were lots of lanterns and lights out, very beautiful. There were people everywhere, very busy. We managed to find somewhere for tea. Had Vietnamese food and just all,shared. We the. Looked for a place to,have a massage. We are all a bit sore and stiff. We found a place to take the boys and the girls the other. It was so. Ice and I really enjoyed it,,ready for bed ...

Day 51 - Hoi An

A travel blog entry by katiejgoodwin on Jun 27, 2015

Was sick on the bus within a couple hours. Sick into a plastic bag which I then had to look after til we next stopped (grim). Managed to sleep ok after that though, woke up loads couldn't get comfortable but least I'm not being sick anymore!! Journey went quite quick considering how long it was. Taxi took us to Golden Bell Homestay (it's a guesthouse not a homestay but it's called homestay..?) it's really nice! The bed ...

Short entry in Hoi An

A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jun 12, 2015

10 photos

... for a year or until her money lasts. Pretty similar to stories I have heard before. She was in India for a month, traveling alone. She felt that you had to be careful all the time, but found it safe. So, this is probably the fourth or fifth woman solo traveler to India, that I have met. I still would find it hard to recommend that any girl travel there alone, simply because in the small chance that something went wrong, I wouldn't want it on my ...

The Red Bridge Cooking Class

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on May 19, 2015

1 comment, 67 photos

Finally managed to wrestle the blog back from Debbie

What a great day and experience.

We were welcome at the dispatch point with a cold drink before setting off to the Central Markets to acquaint ourselves to the local produce. It was another wet market, full of activity and yet not all that smelly!

I got a lot of great photos of local women who were manning all the stalls. Some posed for me but ...