They have two types of rooms here - standard and VIP. The VIP rooms are huge, with two bathrooms and a large sitting area, and a balcony. Standard rooms cost US$15 and the VIP's are US$20, which is a very good value. Most of their rooms do have a view of the ocean, but not all of them. We only spent one night here, for two reasons: 1) the pillows are thin and the beds are hard, and street noise is fairly significant here - there are quieter places to stay in this part of town 2) We asked if they had wi-fi, and they assured us that they did, but it turned out that the only place where their wi-fi works is in their lobby. When we told them that we were checking out after the one night, and explained that we needed the wi-fi, they tried to put us in another room - still without the wi-fi. So, if that's something that you need, best to check it on the spot before handing any money over to them!
Breakfast is not included in the room rate, but they do have a restaurant downstairs that serves it - can't comment on the quality of the food, as we didn't eat there. They have a couple of computers in the lobby which worked ok. They also have an indoor swimming pool.
The room itself was very clean, furnished a la Salvation Army but not too bad considering the price. It really had an impersonal feel to it - no charming Vietnamese art on the walls, for example. Not all the staff, even at the front desk, speak English - I think that they get the bulk of their business from vacationing Vietnamese and maybe Chinese.
All in all, it's a good budget choice if you don't need wi-fi, and it is very close to the beach, and in the heart of the tourist area. We ended up moving over to another hotel that fit our needs better.
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