Hai Dang Hotel

43 Hung Vuong St., Hue, 084, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 43 Hung Vuong St., Hue, is near Vinh Ha Long, Royal Tombs, Sung Sot Cave, and Dau Go Cave (Cave of Wonders).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHai Dang Hotel Hue

    Reviewed by haidanghotelhue

    where to stay in hue ( vietnam )

    Reviewed Nov 10, 2012
    by (1 review) , Vietnam Flag of Vietnam

    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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hai Dang Hotel Hue

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