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This hotel was set off the main street which made it a little quieter than those located directly on the street. Tony the hotel manager was a HUGE help to us many times over suggesting places to eat, organizing taxis, and even helping me get...More
The breakfast is great, you can choose from the menu. It is located near the city centre. The room is clean and nice. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They pick us at the airport too.
Thanks Mr Huy!!
Fantastic place to stay at! Location is perfect for travelling around in the old quarter and there are plenty of restaurants and shops near the hotel. Rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable- a lot bigger than we expected. Breakfast is good. There is wifi in...More
From the moment we stepped foot in the front door we fell in love with the place. The marble floor and stained wooden furniture was truely breathtaking. Our rooms were bigger than we expected and there was wifi on every floor. The breakfast was also...More
Haven't tried the complimentary breakfast yet but have no complaints so far! Staff have been very polite and seen to our requests. They have allowed us to leave luggage with them while we go to Halong bay for 3 days. The only thing I would...More
US$32 - US$79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We stayed in the Royal Palace @ 18a Quan Street if that's the one as the sister hotel is very close by. As the reviewer said above, we had the 8th floor (top ) room and the lift only goes to the 7th so you have to walk up... More
We stayed in the Royal Palace @ 18a Quan Street if that's the one as the sister hotel is very close by. As the reviewer said above, we had the 8th floor (top ) room and the lift only goes to the 7th so you have to walk up. There is a double and a single bed, your own desktop pc with your own router. The balcony is a good size with a table & 4 chairs (and the aircon units for the other rooms) but it was great to sit out after a days walking. The bathroom we had , had a Jacuzzi bath, with a shower attachment. It was not modern but it was clean and functioned. ( I think, but cannot confirm, there is another balcony room below as from the outside you can see two)
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"I stayed on 6th floor #602, Superior Room-no window required, in-room desktop computer and VCR."