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South bank

The south bank of the Perfume River is home to Hue's backpacker district, which has rapidly expanded in all directions from Trang Tien Bridge all the way down to Nguyen Cong Tru and as far back as Le Quy Don St. Sidestreet 66 Le Loi, a quiet cul-de-sac where most backpackers head upon arrival, isn't quite what it used to be. Prices here haven't really changed since our last visit in 2007, but neither has the quality. Most guesthouses are looking tired (as are their owners) and save for the few we mention you'll find better value elsewhere. The upside of all this development is that budget accommodation is now at a surplus in the area, which means discounts are readily offered to those who ask (and quite often to those that don't) and you needn't worry about not being able to find a decent place at the last minute. We found that the later we checked in, the bigger the discount offered; although we'd not recommend this if your stay coincides with the biennial Hue festival.

Around Dap Da Bridge

A cluster of hotels, all of them good, are lumped together at the top of Nguyen Cong Tru, near the Dap Da Bridge, with one on the other side.

Along Le Loi

Most of the luxury places are located along this street, and they offer river views, but some good budget options are here as well.

South of Le Loi



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