Prince 1 Hotel
Huge rooms available
What we say:
The spacious reception area and sweeping staircase may have seen better days, but at least it makes Prince I light and airy, which is a pleasant change from some of the joints we see. The cheapest rooms are in the middle of the hotel and have no window, though are just about big enough not to feel claustrophobic. If you want space, go for a room at the front, which are as big as the suites we've seen at pricier places, with lots of windows and a small balcony and a double and single bed. Price is the same no matter how many people stay, even though breakfast is included. It's all solid darkwood furniture and the rooms aren't pretty, but they're good value in a central location. Staff are polite and speak good English. Don't get confused with the place next door at 53A – named The Prince Cafe Hotel -- which is not recommended.
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Contact details:51 Luong Ngoc Quyen St, Hoan Kiem District. T: (04) 3828 0155 F: (04) 3828 0156
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Standard - Double||20 USD||20 USD||No windows|
|Superior - Double||25 USD||25 USD||At back|
|Deluxe- Double||30 USD||30 USD||Can sleep 3. Balcony.|
Added to Travelfish on: 16th February, 2006
Last visited or updated on: 19th September, 2012
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Rated 2 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
I wouldn't again
rooms ok but overpriced (one at 17 had the roof caving in and full of mould). Ours at 22US ok, but bathroom no ventilation.Linen/towels smell of smoke, I used my own. arrived after cleaning but took another day b4 dead cockroaches were removed from hall.2 reception staff nice but reception dirty (full ashtrays, sweet wrappers left etc). Free net but staff playing games so much you feel like you cant go on. DONT TAKE THEIR AIRPORT TAXI ''no, you pay me $12 no pay more'' but sure enough the driver would not open car boot until I had paid him extra 5. I showed him the receipt to the hotel and he said ''hotel mafia'', throwing it in my face yelling etc. Funny thing was, we had shown him and explained at the beginning and the dude from the hotel spoke to him too...all in it together I'd say. We stayed at Tung Trung also and they were great. Don't bother with this place honestly. Also it is ''Prince I'' now - same address, phone etc as ''Prince'' listed-added the I recently.Crap way to depart VN
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