Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
There are quite a few places to stay along the main road through town, but staying along Highway 1 is basically a drag, so we focussed on options off the main road, and found some pretty cool stuff.
A good choice28 Nguyen Son, Thanh Hoa
T: (037) 723 162; F: (037) 723 152
Ample singage along Quang Trung makes this place easy to seek out, on a side street to the east. We found clean rooms with soft beds and fluffy bedding, well-furnished with armoires, vanities, green ... Read the full review of Dai Nam Hotel.
We wish we'd stayed here5 Ben Ngu, Thanh Hoa
T: (037) 854 704;
Ben Ngu Street is home to the 'market of strolling vendors,' and the whole area constitutes a very pleasant place to stay. Situated off the market road, we found this motel-style guest house and wish ... Read the full review of Ben Ngu Guest House.
Recommended budget digs92 Nguyen Truong To, Thanh Hoa
T: (037) 714 223;
This clean and pretty place has a second floor reception area (how chic) and is situated across the street from the curious 'Welcome to Thanh Hoa' boat in sitting in the dried up Ho Nha Tho. It's ... Read the full review of Kim Ngan Hotel.
Near the train station3/105 To Vinh Dien, Thanh Hoa
T: (037) 754 043;
If you get off the train and are looking for a cheap room to collapse into, there's a small collection of guest houses in the neighbourhood behind the Sao Mai Hotel. The location is hardly central, ... Read the full review of Dai Duong Guest House.
Not bad mid-range digs20 Phan Chu Trinh, Thanh Hoa
T: (037) 712 888; F: (037) 712 699
This four-star place doesn't quite earn its stars, but then the prices are low enough to make up for that. It's located along the road leading to the train station, about 500 metres away. Currently ... Read the full review of Sao Mai Hotel.USD 20 to 50 1 vote Midrange
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