Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Most of the accommodation in Kon Tum is clustered around the market in the south-western quarter of town. There aren't any true budget options, and luxury options are disappointing, but good midrange places are available to fill the gap.
Glistening and new88 Tran Hung Dao, Kon Tum
T: (060) 220 0424;
If this glistening new place doesn't lure you away from the Dakbla Hotel nothing will. It just opened in June of 2007, and we found the staff here eager to please. The courtyard in front features a ... Read the full review of Bac Huong Hotel.
In a hilltribe theme69 Ba Trieu
T: (060) 911 560; F: (060) 911 556
This mid-range place is done up in a hill tribe theme, obviously designed for a Vietnamese clientele, but we found the staff spoke English well and were surprised by how good the rooms were. It's in ... Read the full review of Huu Nghi.
Best in town55 Tran Hung Dao St, Kon Tum
T: (060) 862 448; F: (060) 865 748
This is the best place to stay in Kon Tum, but you wouldn't know it to look at it. It has two entrances -- one is basically a garage. The other is more promising, with internet service for 7,000 dong ... Read the full review of Family Hotel.Under USD 10 5 votes Backpacker
Does have its virtues162 Nguyen Hue St, Kon Tum
T: (060) 869 269; F: (060) 869 334
The Viet Tram doesn't look like much from the outside, but it does have its virtues. We liked the high ceilings and the tile floors, and there's free internet in the lobby. Also, it offers good ... Read the full review of Viet Tram.
has good cable TV53 Tran Hung Dao St, Kon Tum
T: (060) 869 484; F: (060) 868 324
As you enter the Tay Nguyen, you'll be greeted by a rather vacant lobby giving on to a rather mangy massage parlour, but the rooms upstairs aren't so bad, especially if you're looking for good cable ... Read the full review of Tay Nguyen.
Almost a guesthouse270 Tran Hung Dao, Kon Tum
T: (060) 864 167;
This small hotel is in a good central location, and has something resembling a 'guesthouse' feeling -- at least compared to the other sleeping spots in Kon Tum. It also has a few rooms in the budget ... Read the full review of Bich Hai.
Well overpriced30 Bach Dang St, Kon Tum
T: (060) 863 334; F: (060) 863 961
This is a new three-star place -- one of the few spots in town to provide genuine river views. But it's nowhere near three-star quality -- the huge lobby has all the charm of a government building, ... Read the full review of Indochine Hotel.USD 20 to 50 1 vote Midrange
Pretty reasonable122A Phan Dinh Phung, Kon Tum
T: (060) 862 666; F: (060) 862 666
The Duc Binh has some pretty reasonable rooms, all things considered -- the air-con rooms are a bit musty, but they have high ceilings and are more spacious than what you might find elsewhere for the ... Read the full review of Duc Binh.
On its last legs02 Phan Dinh Phung St, Kon Tum
T: (060) 863 333; F: (060) 863 336
This govt-run place seems to attract most of the westerners passing through town, and this is a pity. It's on it's last legs. There are way better options available in the same or lower price range ... Read the full review of Dakbla Hotel.
Will do for the night274 Tran Hung Dao St, Kon Tum
T: (060) 862 777; F: (060) 862 777
This place will do for the night, but there are much better values available elsewhere. The 'massage parlour' downstairs means that the rooms are an afterthought: clean, but shabby and dim with small ... Read the full review of Bi Bi Hotel.
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