Huy Bao Hotel
Central, busy location
What we say:
One reason to consider the Huy Bao is that it's on a section of Nguyen Hue that is full of local food stalls and easy access to internet places. The location is central, though some may find the neighbourhood a little too busy, and of course, there's the constant traffic to deal with. The building itself -- the sole place to stay in this neck of the woods -- is in a kind of art-deco design, wedged in among the more prosaic structures around it. Inside are good, affordable rooms -- clean, with big cable TVs and decent bathrooms, and the staff are friendly, too. Not a bad choice if you want a little more comfort but don't want to pay too much.
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Contact details:285 Nguyen Hue, Qui Nhon. T: (056) 816 085, (0977) 907 085
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan private b'room||120,000 dong||120,000 dong|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||150,000 dong||150,000 dong|
|Family room||180,000 dong||180,000 dong|
Added to Travelfish on: 23rd July, 2007
Last visited or updated on: 23rd July, 2007
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Rated 2 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
alarm-clock at 5 a.m.
now, if you like to sleep longer than 5 a.m., avoid this place. I stayed there for 3 nights (don't ask me why!?):There is a public loudspeaker nearby, that starts blurring instructions for morning gymnastics, plays the national anthem etc. just until 7 a.m. when I actually wanted to get up. The owners are very friendly, but noise it seems has a different meaning in Vietnam. double room 150.000 dong
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