Located across from the Vocational Training College and not far from the hills at the southern edge of town on An Duong Vuong, the Seagull is right on the water and has it's own patch of beach.
There are two Seagulls, actually, the old and the new. The old one is a five-story three-star place that is getting decidedly smudgy. We couldn't get in to see the rooms -- they seem to do a good job of filling them up with tour groups, which is probably why they could afford to build a new, 4-star version next door. And we couldn't get in to see the 4-star rooms because they weren't open for business yet. Taking a wild guess -- the old-Seagull is overpriced and falling apart, and the new Seagull is worth checking out as an alternative to the Saigon-Quynhon -- especially since they have the advantage of an actual beach.
Last updated on 23rd July, 2007.
Type of room, low and high season prices
Room: Standard double room, low season: US$30, high season US$30. Notes: Old Seagull
Room: Superior double room, low season: US$35, high season US$35. Notes: Old Seagull
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: US$85, high season US$85. Notes: New Seagull
Room: Deluxe Suite, low season: US$95, high season US$95. Notes: New Seagull