Royal Hotel Danang
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Hotel Danang Da Nang
Travel Blogs from Da Nang
... walk back to the hotel and prepared ourselves for the night train. 10 hours this evening. This evening is Halloween. So as we are stuck in cabins on a train marina bought us all some face paint and a little pumpkin. So we all got plenty of beers and sweets and boarded the train. As the train has already had another set ...
... me of my wet shirt and dressed me as I sat in the shop.
We had planned to visit Diem yesterday, but it started pouring so we chickened out. We started getting concerned about the weather when the hotel staff started moving everything away from the river bank. Including pot plants that took 3 to lift them onto the cart.
We woke after having a reasonable sleep on our hard mattress. Breakfast was good, quite a good variety for a small cheap motel. We headed to Halong Bay, which was a four hour drive. We had our question time to pass away time. Questions were what was on our bucket list, how do we spend family quality time and what do we find the most attractive feature in the opposite sex. We ...
... try the food there. But it is a place I will visit during my next visit.
Next I decided to take a little boat ride - price was 200,000 Dong to explore the area on water for 30 minutes. It was still raining, but the boat was covered by a roof, so it was actually perfect to spend the time. While on board I extended the tour to an hour.
The boat went along the riverside of Hoi An, keeping Cam Nam island to our right. It was nice to sit back and enjoying the view ...
... driver and a live-in maid.
However, neither the driver nor the elderly maid spoke a word of English. Before she left, my vietnamese friend suggested we use Google Translate where practical to work out translations although warned us, it is not always completely accurate. If we get really stuck, she gave us a number of her American / Vietnamese friend Mae who could translate over the phone.
Having a maid in-house was going ...