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Photo of Da Giang HotelDa Giang Hotel

Hot tubs and narrow hallways

26B Highway 1A, Tuy Hoa T: (057) 820 179 F: (057) 836 456  

Da Giang Hotel

Our rating:
3 stars, based on 1 expert review

This place, right next door to the Viet Huong Hotel, has six rooms of floors (and, thankfully, an elevator) that are of equivalent value to those of its neighbour.

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The only significant difference is that it offers VIP rooms that sleep 4 people, and include a living room as well as big spa tubs in the bathroom, though the balconies are tiny. Otherwise, they are very decent rooms with dark-wood furnishings, big TVs, air-con, comfortable beds, mini-bars, and all the standard amenities. One notable feature -- the incredibly narrow hallways -- could seriously result in some larger-sized westerners actually getting stuck. But, not a problem if you use the elevator exclusively. Motorbike rentals are available for 60,000 VND per day (one size fits all). It's a 400 metre walk from the train station, 700 metres from the bus station.

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Type of room, low and high season prices
Sgl air-con private bathroom
120,000 dong
120,000 dong
Dbl air-con private bathroom
150,000 dong
150,000 dong
Triple air-con private bathroom
170,000 dong
170,000 dong
Quad air-con private bathroom
220,000 dong
220,000 dong
Room: Sgl air-con private bathroom, low season: 120,000 dong, high season 120,000 dong. Notes:
Room: Dbl air-con private bathroom, low season: 150,000 dong, high season 150,000 dong. Notes:
Room: Triple air-con private bathroom, low season: 170,000 dong, high season 170,000 dong. Notes:
Room: Quad air-con private bathroom, low season: 220,000 dong, high season 220,000 dong. Notes:

Da Giang Hotel

26B Highway 1A, Tuy Hoa
T: (057) 820 179 F: (057) 836 456  
Room rates: Under US$10

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