Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
On the plus side, Dong Ha is a great place to get away from the crowds. The Vietnamese don't vacation here, and foreign visitors blow right past it. Not surprisingly, this means a pretty lacklustre selection in terms of accommodation. But some places are better than others, and choosing wisely will make your short stay here a bit more pleasant.
A popular favourite295 Le Duan St, Dong Ha
T: (053) 853 359; F: (053) 855 441
The Phung Hoang 2 is a popular favourite, and we're happy to report they are still living up to their good reputation. We found the staff welcoming and helpful -- they have two restaurants in the ... Read the full review of Phung Hoang 2.
Stands out - a good option09 Le Van Huu, Dong Ha
T: (053) 554 554; F: (05) 385 2725
The Thuan An stands out from most of the places in Dong Ha, with a more attractive and well-maintained exterior, and a lobby that doesn't look like a government building. The location is good too -- ... Read the full review of Thuan An Hotel.
Small, friendly and well-run129-131 Le Duan St, Dong Ha
T: (053) 858 827;
This is a small, friendly, well-run place that welcomes foreign guests. We saw some great standard rooms here for the price -- clean, bright, airy, with large picture windows giving out on to verdant ... Read the full review of Ha Noi 2 Hotel.
There's a lot to like about the DMZ Cafe88 Le Duan St, Dong Ha
T: (053) 857 026;
There's a lot to like about the DMZ Cafe. The garrulous English-speaking owner Mr. Tinh is a great source of information and the rooms are dirt cheap -- though they all share a single bathroom. ... Read the full review of DMZ Cafe.
Acceptably clean and pleasant66 Le Duan St, Dong Ha
T: (053) 852 775, (053) 524 710, (0903) 524 710; F: (053) 855 234
The Mekong Hotel features a large parking lot and a huge dining area that is graced daily by DMZ tour groups eating breakfast and lunch. We can't give the place points for atmosphere, but the rooms ... Read the full review of Mekong Hotel.
Well-over-priced138 Le Duan St, Dong Ha
T: (053) 856 856, (053) 552 856; F: (053) 856 859
The Hieu Giang is a government hotel, and, yes, it does feel a little as if you're walking in to apply for a driver's license. They have a reputation here for not being particularly welcoming to ... Read the full review of Hieu Giang Hotel.
Not foreigner friendly97 Le Duan St, Dong Ha
T: (053) 554 755;
There are a couple of places in Dong Ha that have a reputation for not really loving it when foreigners stay there, and this is one of them. Not to worry, the crappy concrete and tile rooms aren't ... Read the full review of Thanh Do Hotel.
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