Location poor, but otherwise good
What we say:
The only downside to the Van Anh is its location, about a kilometre from the beach and way at the southern edge of town -- though it's very convenient to the bus station on Tay Son. There's internet, food and cafes nearby, however, so it's not a bad place to camp out and has a lot to recommend it. It's run by a cute, cheerful staff of three-generations of petite Vietnamese women that keep the place lively. The interior lobby is mostly for parking motorbikes, but you can also hang out in it comfortably. The rooms are charming, done in resonant hard woods that make for a nice atmosphere, and the wainscoting doubles as a xylophone if you hit on it in the right way. Rooms are cleaned daily, and come with clean baths, cable TV, and armoires. Fan-only discounts are available on request.
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Contact details:55 Nguyen Thi Dinh. T: (056) 846 801
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||120,000 dong||120,000 dong|
|Triple air-con private b'room||140,000 dong||140,000 dong|
Added to Travelfish on: 23rd July, 2007
Last visited or updated on: 23rd July, 2007
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