Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Rach Gia isn't designed with tourists in mind, so hotel options are limited -- travellers on a very tight budget will have a hard time finding a room. The bulk of the hotels are in central Rach Gia, on an island between two branches of the Cai Lon River which run out to sea. Should you find yourself stuck near either the pier to Phu Quoc or the central bus station, there are a couple of more small hotels near both, though the offerings are much less attractive than what you'll find in town.
A minty green dream141 Nguyen Hung Son St, Rach Gia
T: (0773) 879 610; F: (0773) 879 611
You'd be excused for thinking Kim Co was decorated in the early '90s -- we're pretty sure we had high-top shoelaces in the same colours. We counted at least seven different shades of paint and tile ... Read the full review of Kim Co Hotel.USD 10 to 20 4 votes Flashpacker
Welcoming spot162 Tran Phu
T: (0773) 878 576; F: (0773) 868 091
The rooms in this sunny blue hotel are spacious and clean, with basic generic furniture, fridges and TVs. The cheapest rooms have fan only, while more expensive rooms have air-con. Rooms at the back ... Read the full review of Hotel Gia Thao.USD 10 to 20 1 vote Flashpacker
Pleasant riverfront spot19 Tran Quang Dieu St
T: (0773) 920 325;
Tam Xuan is a bag of mixed blessings. It's located right above a colourful morning market, which adds a distinctly Vietnamese atmosphere -- but it also means you'll be greeted with the smell of fish ... Read the full review of Tam Xuan (Wild Rose) Hotel.Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
No frills but friendly20 Hoang Hoa Tham St, Rach Gia
T: (0773) 876 757; F: (0773) 877 622
The most centrally located of Rach Gia's hotels, Trung Quyen is set right on the main square, overlooking the neon lights of the jazzy central fountain. Most rooms don't actually look out over ... Read the full review of Trung Quyen Hotel.Under USD 10 1 vote Backpacker
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