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12, Slot 12, Duong 3/2, 16ha Hoa Bien Area, Rach Gia T: (077) 386 6146  palacehotelkg@gmail.com

Palace Hotel

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Palace Hotel is great for the price and flashpackers will be pleased with the spacious, clean, orderly rooms.

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It’s a 10 to 15-minute walk to the ferry quay. It’s also near the bridge so it’s easy for you to hop in a taxi and explore the other side of the city. Rooms are a step up from Kiet Hong Hotel. You get hotel style amenities such as desk, minibar, flatscreen TV, WiFi, air-con, kettle, balcony, window you can open for fresh air, bedside table and electrical outlets in convenient locations and a great bathroom with granite countertop and glass shower stall. The beds are hard and it’s ultimately forgettable but considering some of Rach Gia less than desirable budget hotels, maybe that’s a good thing.

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Walk-in rates at Palace Hotel

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Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
600,000 dong
600,000 dong
Or triple. Twin: 500,000 dong.
Room: Standard double room, low season: 600,000 dong, high season 600,000 dong. Notes: Or triple. Twin: 500,000 dong.

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Where is Palace Hotel

Palace Hotel
12, Slot 12, Duong 3/2, 16ha Hoa Bien Area, Rach Gia
T: (077) 386 6146 
palacehotelkg@gmail.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 105º4'44.93" E, 10º0'27.51" N
Room rates: US$20 to 50

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