Mai Chau Lodge

Address: Mai Chau Town, Mai Chau, Hoa Binh Province, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Mai Chau Town, Mai Chau, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Japanese Covered Bridge, West Lake, and Red Bridge Restaurant and Cooking School.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMai Chau Lodge

      Reviewed by copa

      Fantastic Stay

      Reviewed Nov 6, 2014
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      Reviewed by amandasu

      Fabulous colonial style lodge

      Reviewed Aug 23, 2013
      by (4 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Mai Chau Lodge is set among the most breathtaking scenery within walking distance of ethnic minority villages of the Black and White Thai people. The rooms were all furnished with local ethnic textiles and were very comfortable. The communal areas could be likened to a colonial hunting lodge and were full of character. The views over the lake from the restaurant, where the food was delicious, were stunning. Local daily tours to the surrounding villages by bicycle and on foot, and trip to the nearby caves made the stay memorable. The evening entertainment provided by traditional dancers from the nearby villages was delightful. We also liked the fact that the hotel was committed to helping the local economy by employing people from the surrounding community.

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      Reviewed by plumwhat

      A village experience

      Reviewed Nov 17, 2012
      by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Great food, staff,pool, but an early wake up

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Mai Chau Lodge

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Mai Chau

      Mai Chau - Ban Te - Mai Chau

      A travel blog entry by copa on Nov 07, 2014

      10 photos

      Nach einem üppigen und sehr guten Frühstücksbuffet ,gings mit dem Auto los. Nach ca 1 Stunde fahrt, hiess es aussteigen und weiter gings zu Fuss. Hinauf und hinunter durch kleine Dörfer der Weissen Thai und vorbei an den typischen Reisterassen. Was echt unglaublich ist und absolut beeindruckend - wir sind hier im Hinterland …

      The Blue lagoon and Tham Phu Kham cave.

      A travel blog entry by anna2238 on Jun 10, 2014

      2 photos

      ... crawling and slipping on mud and rocks, to the big black hole at the back. I liked this cave much better than the one in Vietnam since it wasn't lit up with fake colourful lights. It was cool to turn off the head lamp and be in darkness and hear all the bats making noise.. Loved it. We had dinner at the only Irish bar in Laos, played a few games of pool before checking out the nightlife in off season ...

      Off to Hanoi

      A travel blog entry by jowhiting on Apr 11, 2014

      8 photos

      ... to smaller planes as they just don't seem so safe and you get much more movement so I was incredibly glad when we finally landed after a 45 minute flight at Noi Bai International Airport.

      It was quite late when we arrived at our hotel - The Sunway so we just had a few drinks in the bar and an early night.

      We had nothing planned on our itinerary so decided to book a city tour for the next day through the hotel from the very friendly desk clerk.

      Back to reality

      A travel blog entry by holly.smith on Mar 27, 2014

      1 photo

      ... here is Hanoi has been absolutely terrible these past two weeks (I'm not exaggerating, a couple of times I checked the forecast and it was EXACTLY THE SAME AS LONDON! NOT what I signed up for!). I have had to dodge potholes filled with mud (I really hope it's mud...), as well as the usual pavement obstacles of stalls selling anything you can think of, women cooking soup, motorbikes and god knows what else, and have also had to get used to arriving ...