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    Reviewed 12 February 2015 via mobile

    Even though rooms are big and clean, there is obviously something wrong with this place. If you want to live a "shinning" kind of expérience, this place is for you.. For the rest of us let's be honest : rach gia is just useful to take a (good) boat to phu Quoc and this hotel is just somewhere you can...

    Thank Selim M
    Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
    Reviewed 15 December 2013

    We stayed here one night as a stop over between the Mekong delta and Phu Quoc. A travel company booked us in this hotel. It is horrible - bugs everywhere, bad air conditioning, itchy bed linen, pornographic pictures on the walls and in the shower. And, it's not close to the port - about 1.5km away. The only good points...

    Thank Jess B
    Philadelphia, PA
    Reviewed 26 February 2012

    In HCMC we hooked up with a two day bike/boat tour of the Mekong Delta through Sinhbalo. We asked them to drop us off in Rach Gia or Ha Tien so we could take the ferry to Phu Quoc. Rach Gia is closer to Can Tho, where we were based for floating markets and surrounding villages, so they put us...

    2Thank Maiga_Milbourne
    Reviewed 19 May 2009

    Was a good find just around the corner from the bus stop and opposite a small market. The room was large with two doubles for just $17us per night and was very clean. They can book the ferry to Phu Quoc for about the same price as going to the terminal and doing it yourself. Room had satilitte TV

    1Thank Kiwifamilynz
    Engelberg, Switzerland
    Reviewed 16 April 2009

    We were booked here by an agency before heading with the speed boat to Phu Quoc. - The rooms are spacious, quiet and clean w AC - Location is 10 minute outside town - Pretty boring place, but works perfect for a night - Breakfast is standard/boring. I would reccomend the Pho at the ferry terminal instead

    Thank EricSpongberg
    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    Reviewed 10 December 2007

    Our local tourist agency booked us here. The room and bathroom were clean, lots of warm water. Breakfast was the usual (bread, jam, cheese and fried eggs) but it was include. There was a large(ish) sign at the check in desk that said (in English) "No Prostitutes" but the room had some funny "extras" - lots of mirrors and two...

    2Thank harvey2997

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    Additional Information about Hong Yen

    Address: 259-261 Mac Cuu, Rach Gia, Vietnam
    Region: Vietnam > Kien Giang Province > Rach Gia
    Number of rooms: 3
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