Song Huong Hotel

79-86 Nguyen Sinh Cung, Hue, Vietnam | Hotel
Prices starting from $17.00

Travel Blogs from Hue

HCMC >>>> Mui Ne, Vietnam

A travel blog entry by on Aug 08, 2013

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What has happened since we last wrote? Well we have travelled to HCMC and with I'm about 10 min of being here I got my phone stolen by the taxi driver. We got in the taxi about 2 min after getting off the bus to head to our hotel. He stopped at a local conversion place to switch the money to dong. Horrible. Worst money yet ! It's 21000 dong to 1US …

Vietnam on the Road

A travel blog entry by nicsteiner


... or any of those other video games where you have to cross the street by dodging oncoming traffic. No, really - it's like trying to cross a major highway if it had no marked lanes and 10x more motorcycles. Apparently green lights mean "go" but red lights also mean "go if you want." Like I said before, EVERYONE always has the right of way. To cross the street? Close your eyes, walk confidently, and avoid an accident. Right. As we settled in Hue, a ...

Pagoda Capital of 'Nam

A travel blog entry by jaysurtees


... we were expecting, however, this certainly wasn't it. A set of ruins, that at one point, probably were quite nice and pretty, but now looked like a crumbling average house. The gardens were not a spectacle either. Maybe we have been spoilt in Thailand with temples, I don't know, but this was an overhyped snore-fest.   I felt like we were missing something crucial, something to really make this special,/ but after much searching in ...

No Hue!

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric


... shepherd around the city.

We were glad to get out of the heat. We enjoy our time exploring every day, but walking into our A/C chilled room with our clothes drenched in sweat feels like we’ve gone from laying on hot asphalt in the middle of the road to having ice cold towels draped all over our bodies--always so nice after the 100 degree heat and 85% humidity. We had to shower and get ready so that we ...

Historic cities in Central Vietnam

A travel blog entry by amzah


... see why. Very beautiful old Japanese, Chinese buildings, used as town halls, warehouses, family houses. Most builidings are preserved and/or restored and it's very nice to take a walk around town. In the evening it's beautiful with all the Chinese laterns. There's also a nice beach and the best place is An Bang, still relaxed, no resorts, just long stretches of beach with some nice small beach restaurants. After two days I took ...


This hotel, located on 79-86 Nguyen Sinh Cung, Hue, is near Vinh Ha Long, Royal Tombs, Sung Sot Cave, and Dau Go Cave (Cave of Wonders).
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Sand surf and beach time!

Reviewed Aug 7, 2013
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