Thien Nga Hotel is a great midrange option, especially since they've dropped rates over time in accordance to the gentle wear and tear and the stiff competition in town.
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It provides far more modernity and comfort than other similarly priced hotels in the area, and the view from the balcony in the superior rooms are a big selling point.
On a previous review of this property, it had been recently renovated. As of May 2016, cheerful pale yellow walls look like they could use a fresh coat of paint and the beds, which feel like a foam mattress, could use new linens. However, the bones of the room are great as you get solid wood desk, wardrobe with a full length mirror, flatscreen TV, minibar, bedside plugs, safety box, air-con and WiFi. Fixtures and the bathtub/shower combo in the bathroom feel dated, though you can't fault the clean tiles and bright lighting.
Balconies have a patio set, and it's the spot to grab a minute of relaxation after a day haggling with Hoi An's tailors. If you can, get a room in the back for a view over the neighbouring crops. You can also relax on a terrace at the front of the hotel or out back, next to the small undercover pool. At this rate, the rooms are good value and within reach for flashpackers. It's a standout on Ba Trieu Street, which has plenty of backpacker hovels.
By Cindy Fan
Last updated on 19th September, 2016.
Type of room, low and high season prices
Room: Standard double room, low season: US$20, high season US$25. Notes:
Room: Superior double room, low season: US$25, high season US$30. Notes: