Hai Dang Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHai Dang Hotel Hue
Booking this hotel from a website for a deluxe double room and we did a good choice for our 3 day stay in Hue. It locates in one of the idealest place in Hue - Hung Vuong street where you can easily access for many neccessary places like shopping malls, restaurant, travel agencies, Perfume river... Right after checking in, we found that it was very convenient to walk to Hue Citadel and Dong Ba market... Staffs went out their ways to make sure your stay is comfortable; Laundry service is fastly done with cheap price, 30.000VND/ kg. Wifi is free and breakfast is quite good. Receptionist gaves us many tips when staying in Hue which kept us away overcharging by motorcyclist and cyclodrivers... They were always there to help you with any travel information ( free ); They also recommended us a good and budget hotel to stay in Hoian - Hoang Trinh Hotel so I did have a happy time in that beautiful old Town... in short, we were impressed by hotel staffs for what they did for us. If we comeback Hue again, we would definetly stay at Hai Dang Hotel. Thank you for making our stay so smoothly!
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... and depict the urban, close-quarter warfare that the Americans were unprepared for. Many homes have altars outside and to the left of the front door dedicated to the "unknown" or "land" spirits. The spirits of family members who were lost during this fighting are remembered here.
The people in Hue have been particularly friendly. They have a saying "ugly face but Buddha heart" - which expresses what is most important to them.
... was... It had a bath!!!!! So we had loooong baths and watched us a bit of TV, making the most of our lovely room.
We checked out of the hotel the next morning but still had most of the day in Hue. We needed to have everything in order for our India visa applications so that we can begin the process as soon as we arrive in Hanoi so we gave the day over to getting everything prepared- forms filled in, printed, documents copied blah blah blah! We also had ...
... for the results of his blood test) I joined the tour group for lunch - then on to the Imperial Citadel - an area of 5 square klms-( 20 acres) and dominates the city. It was modelled on China's Forbidden City - this one is called The Forbidden Purple City. It was built for the Imperial family, concubines and eunuchs. It was extensively damaged in the Vietnam war - and is currently being restored ( though I think it will ...
... to rain. Grrrr. Thought we had seen the last of it. The waitress was telling us apparently any weather that Hanoi gets they get 2 days later. Hopefully that isn't actually the case! Back to the hotel and I had a quick chat with one of the porters while Helen thumbed through the DVD collection. Lego Movie and Cloudy with Meatballs 2 chosen. We retired to watch them and catch up on some diary/blog writing. Picked up our laundry at 9 then straight to bed. ...
After leaving the hectic city of Hanoi, arriving in the smaller (although only mildly less hectic) town of Hue was a relief. After checking into our very strange hotel which was dusty and over-friendly to the point where we wondered whether we were their only guests in quite a while; we headed out to the market then enjoyed some beers by the Perfume River. We expected Hue to be a little more 'romantic' and historic than it was. The perfume river ...