Huong Giang Hotel Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHuong Giang Hotel Resort & Spa Hue
This is a pleasant hotel in a convenient location. It is decorated extensively in cane. While there we met a woman who has written and is writing about Vietnam. She informs us that Hue is influenced by the court in the Imperial capital, and that the cane decoration is very traditional in Hue. It's not prevalent, only in this hotel.
The breakfast was good and the rooms were nice. We were able to walk to several good places to eat. The rooms were nice and comfortable. I have a constant problem with air conditioning, and the a/c was ok in this hotel.
The front desk was very accommodating when we asked them to set us up with a driver to some of the important monuments, with a stop at the Big C. As a result of using the hotel, they saved us a lot of money on the tour.
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We ontbijten om half 8, arme kinderen!! En ze hebben het vannacht ook nog koud gehad want de airco stond laag en ze kregen hem niet hoger!, maar nu is het alweer heel warm. We hebben een dagtocht geboekt en het busje met gelukkig maar 2 andere toeristen , aardige Spanjaarden rijdt om 8 uur voor. Eerst naar de aanlegplaats van de drakenboten , …
Today's optional tour was a trip up the Perfume River, and several important emporers' tombs and pagodas. We wanted to see it all, but didn't feel like being out all day.
By a happy coincidence Carol ended up joining us at breakfast. She mentioned she had been to Hue many times, so I asked her what she does. She is a writer. A travel …
... by 6, with the temperature already pretty hot. The homestay people didnt actually get up for another couple of hours but then made me an amazing mango pancake thingy. I decided to walk across the river to the imperial enclosure and citadel, which apparently takes a good couple of hours to get around - only, as I neared, I realised the entrance was a much longer walk away. A bicycle taxi was hassling me a little and so in my distraction I managed ...
... 1968. Slowly but surely it is being restored but even now some of the gates and palaces look stunning but the war damaged areas make an interesting and poignant contrast. For such an extraordinarily historic complex it was surprising how empty the site was. even though it shut at 5 we were free to wander around until 6. For dinner we had a local specialty ,a clay pot dish that was quite sweet and spicy but very nice washed down with the local ...