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Solid, clean rooms

192 Bac Kan St, 2.5 km east of Kon Tum town centre (across from Konklor Hotel) T: (060) 3912 567, (0913) 444 969 

Green Hotel

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If for some reason you show up to Konklor Hotel and it’s full, Green Hotel, located directly across the street, is a perfectly fine alternative.

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While it doesn’t have Konklor’s white picket fence-charm, rooms here are new, clean and comfortable.The motel-style building is made of brick, brick and more brick. That, along with the terracotta floors, solid wood furniture and the small windows do make things feel a little dark and heavy. You get a small, clean wetroom bathroom with more brick and terracotta and hot water shower. Amenities include WiFi, air-con and fridge. We’d still choose Konklor and its friendly and communal atmosphere, places to hang out, food options, a garden and English speaking staff. Green Hotel, however, is significantly cheaper.

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Walk-in rates at Green Hotel

Type of room
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Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
200,000 dong
200,000 dong
Triple air-con private bathroom
240,000 dong
240,000 dong
Room: Standard double room, low season: 200,000 dong, high season 200,000 dong. Notes:
Room: Triple air-con private bathroom, low season: 240,000 dong, high season 240,000 dong. Notes:

Where is Green Hotel

Green Hotel
192 Bac Kan St, 2.5 km east of Kon Tum town centre (across from Konklor Hotel)
T: (060) 3912 567, (0913) 444 969 
Coordinates (for GPS): 108º2'1.22" E, 14º20'58.67" N
Room rates: Under US$10

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