Huy Hoang Hotel
What we say:
This very popular backpacker joint is a typical Chinese-style hotel with oodles of featureless, bland rooms with squishy mattresses and passable bathrooms. For the money, it is isn't too bad, but for a little more, Hotel 31 next door is far better value. The restaurant here is used by the Saigon tour groups and resembles a mob scene during lunch -- try to eat elsewhere. Staff, no doubt due to the masses of tourists they deal with every day, are jaded.
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Contact details:35 Ngo Duc Ke St, Can Tho. T: (071) 825 833
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Sgl fan private b'room||80,000 dong||80,000 dong|
|Dbl fan private b'room||90,000 dong||90,000 dong|
|Sgl air-con private b'room||120,000 dong||120,000 dong|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||130,000 dong||130,000 dong|
|Triple fan private b'room||100,000 dong||100,000 dong|
|Triple air-con private b'room||150,000 dong||150,000 dong|
Added to Travelfish on: 8th October, 2005
Last visited or updated on: 8th October, 2005
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Rated 3 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
Group tour hotel
We took part in a Mekong Delta Tour and this hotel was our stop over for the first night. We have paid US$5 extra for the aircon and we were given a room without a window but with a fan and a/c. The room was like a cell, 2 beds, a chair in the middle and TV on the stand opposite the beds. Bathroom was typical Vietnamese, but very clean. Current rates for the rooms: Dbl room with aircon 180,000 dong, with fan 130,000 dong.
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