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For frugal backpackers

246 Ngo Gia Tu, Phan Rang T: (068) 3831 351  anhxuanhotel@gmail.com

Anh Xuan Mini Hotel

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With just seven rooms, Anh Xuan is a small joint with a central location, at the post office roundabout.

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Rooms boast high ceilings, tile floor and the wall tiled halfway up, solid wood furniture, air-con, WiFi, fridge and flatscreen TV. It’s a local hotel and that means guests are allowed to smoke in the room. The room we saw had the strong smell of cigarette smoke from a recently checked out guest. Anh Xuan is slightly cheaper than Phung Hung Mini Hotel, which is a few blocks away, on the other side of the roundabout and post office. If you don’t mind the wetroom bathroom and all the tile-work in the room, then Anh Xuan is perfectly fine for a night or two. Rooms are charmless but functional and there’s a delicious chicken rice shop just around the corner. Some English spoken.

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Walk-in rates at Anh Xuan Mini Hotel

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Type of room, low and high season prices
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200,000 dong
Room: Standard double room, low season: 200,000 dong, high season 200,000 dong. Notes:

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Where is Anh Xuan Mini Hotel

Anh Xuan Mini Hotel
246 Ngo Gia Tu, Phan Rang
T: (068) 3831 351 
anhxuanhotel@gmail.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 108º59'42.98" E, 11º33'59.44" N
Room rates: Under US$10

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