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Bit more pricey than what I'd normally pay but the room was an ok size. Hard bed and pillows but not bad enough to ruin a nights sleep. The rooms can be quite noisy at night with the music from bars and restaurants. Especially if you have an exterior wall but I managed to sleep through it. The rooms are clean and the bathroom is nice with a hot shower. They have a rooftop pool also which is great. Easy to forget you are in the middle of Khoa San
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