Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
While there is accommodation out near and atop Sam Mountain, the bulk of guesthouses and hotels are in Chau Doc proper and unless you have a Sam Mountain obsession, town is the better area to stay.
flashest digs in town32 Le Loi St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 865 010; F: (076) 865 020
Most popular as a weekend jaunt for Saigon and Phnom Penh expats, the ideally-situated Victoria is easily the classiest hotel in town. Set at the junction of the Bassac River and the tributary ... Read the full review of Victoria Chau Doc Hotel.USD 100+ 1 vote Luxury
An absolute steal86 Bach Dang St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 866 158; F: (076) 868 674
Better than clean, the new Trung Nguyen Hotel is a sparkling addition to Chau Doc, with friendly staff that liven up an otherwise soulless lobby that doubles as a Western Union office. The rooms have ... Read the full review of Trung Nguyen Hotel.Under USD 10 11 votes Backpacker
a tad overpriced, but very comfortable12-13 Nguyen Huu Canh St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 561 776-8; F: (076) 868 820
Aside from the Victoria, this is one of the smartest hotels in Chau Doc with spotless rooms in a multistorey building off the central square area. Staff are extremely courteous, though their English ... Read the full review of Song Sao Hotel.USD 10 to 20 2 votes Flashpacker
backpacker favourite6 Phan Van Vang St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 867 622;
This newest addition to Chau Doc's accommodation offerings has been painted an incredibly bright blue throughout: floors, walls and ceilings have all been daubed. Watch your head as you climb the ... Read the full review of Guesthouse Number 6.Under USD 10 4 votes Backpacker
popular but drab10 Nguyen Van Thoai St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 865 140;
This popular traveller guesthouse has affordable rooms, but newer options are now in town. The room we were shown was stale and stuffy, though the ashtray with six million butts in it may have ... Read the full review of Hang Chau 2 Hotel.
first off the boat18 Tran Hung Dao St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 866 134; F: (076) 865 380
If you're arriving on the speedboat from Phnom Penh, chances are you'll be dropped at the waterfront restaurant of this hotel. Being the only riverfront hotel in town aside from the Victoria, if you ... Read the full review of Thuan Loi Hotel.Under USD 10 2 votes Backpacker
Popular traveller cafe on ground floor12-14 Quang Trung St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 866 242;
The long-running Vinh Phuoc has a popular travel agent and traveller cafe on the ground floor. The rooms are a little worn and overpriced but it is nevertheless a reasonable choice if you're after a ... Read the full review of Vinh Phuoc Hotel & Restaurant.Under USD 10 4 votes Backpacker
average quality, budget price11 Nguyen Huu Canh St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 866 435; F: (076) 866 435
Set next door to the almost classy Song Sao Hotel, the Tai Ngan is a passable budget option with basic but clean rooms. The mattresses are super bouncy but the bathrooms are grimy. For the money, it ... Read the full review of Tai Ngan Hotel.
Off the tourist trail5 Quang Trung St, Chau Doc
T: (076) 866 417;
While mainly aimed at Asian tourists and travelling businessmen, the Hoa Hung is a friendly spot with rather kitsch but clean rooms and a popular cafe on the ground floor. While not worth putting at ... Read the full review of Hoa Hung Motel.
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