Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
The bulk of the guesthouses and hotels in Ben Tre sit on the north bank of Truc Giang lake -- a small, artificial lake a five minute walk from the riverfront. A short walk from the centre of town, this is a best option for backpackers, while those after more creature comforts should head straight to the Hung Vuong Hotel on the riverbank. Ben Tre Oasis is the most foreigner-friendly spot in town.
Fanciest in town144 Hung Vuong Street
T: (075) 351 1888; F: (075) 357 5555
Easily the flashest digs in town, the Viet Uc (Vietnam Australia) Hotel is the towering edifice on the river a little to the west of the market. Rooms are immaculate, and we mean immaculate and the ... Read the full review of Viet Uc Hotel.
A bit of an oasis151 My Thanh An Village
T: (075) 383 8800;
Ben Tre Oasis is a Kiwi-run hotel on the southern bank of the Ben Tre River that delivers quality rooms and services at a quality price. Rooms are immaculate, with clean bathrooms, air-con and WiFi ... Read the full review of Ben Tre Oasis Hotel.
About the best cheapie in town16 Hai Ba Trung, Ben Tre
T: (075) 382 2501; F: (075) 382 2240
The three storey Dong Khoi Hotel sits on the northern bank of Ben Tre's quaint little lake, and, for the money is just about the best budget deal in town. Rooms are spacious with simple bedding, ... Read the full review of Khach San Dong Khoi.Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
Business hotel148-166 Hung Vung St, Ben Tre
T: (075) 382 2408; F: (075) 381 0911
The Hung Vuong Hotel has reasonable mid-range rooms with clean bathrooms (with bathtubs), comfortable beds and pretty good views over the river. If the lakeside options are too dreary and drab for ... Read the full review of Hung Vuong Hotel.
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