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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrince Hotel Da Nang
The Lonely Planet describes this hotel as having 'boutique room' that is highly inaccurate. It's dated, and in our case very noisey. It was OK. But i'd say no better than that. Definitely not good value for money
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Travel Blogs from Da Nang
... worried faces and decides to give it another try. Great relief all round as the credit card machine terminal whirrs out a receipt. We are presented with a gift of chopsticks from the hotel, aw how sweet, to remember them by. We walk with our luggage (in the rain) and unravel ourselves out of the narrow back streets too narrow for the car to come and collect us from the hotel. Car? I hear you ask... We have taken a decadent option (for us) of getting ...
... 19th century time warp when the river silted up and what was once a bustling port became dysfunctional. Hoi An then fell on hard times but was rediscovered for tourist haven 25 years ago, so yes it's a bit commercial but is chock full of beautiful french style villas converted into shops, bars and restaurants, old Japanese buildings and bridges plus a large number of chinese temples and assembly rooms. All within walking distance. Hoi An has a great ...
... the views from them, would have been poor at best due to the visibility conditions. Instead, i went for a ride around town, stopping whenever something of interest caught my eye. I also watched a movie at the cinema. Chris Hemsworth's new film, "Blackhat". I then spent the evening at an internet cafe, updating this blog.
That pretty much sums up my time in Da Nang. It is unfortunate the main attractions i had planned ...
... timed it just as the heavens opened... Not overly enjoyable, grey and cold! We headed back to the hotel to warm up and then went back out to meet up for dinner with a girl we met in Siem Reap and Pham from Mui Ne who had ended up meeting eachother along their travels as well. We went to easily the busiet restaurant in the town, it was a bit pricey but it was delicious, Kate had seafood noodle soup, Matt a chicken curry. Their friends came along later and we ...
Slow start as we have appointments for fittings today, I asked Larn at red house where to get an Ao Dai made and she rang her friend at BeBe who quoted me a max price of 100usd. I made no commitments though.
My fitting at Lana went ok, skirt needed taking up a bit, jacket sleeves needed an inch or so off, and my trousers were really long, I wanted them to sit mid ankle, MyMy and the tailors faces when I said ...