This is a gem of a little hotel, we wanted to stay somewhere in town while visiting the tailor, AoBaBa. We had seen the location last time we where here and the man that owns it also has a well run gallery in town. This is a little place with no pool or restaurant so if your after a resort this isn't the place to be. We normally stay in 4 or 5 star hotels but loved your time here, out of the 7 hotels we stayed in this was the one hardest to leave as I felt like I was leaving friends.
The rooms range from $30-48, are very clean and comfortable, with white linen and wooden floor boards, we slept very well. The bathrooms are tired as expected for the price but clean. If you are wanting a local Vietnamese feel as part of your holiday or travelling on a budget, this hotel is sensational. The staff really went out of their way to help, I would of taken Hong, the lady at reception, home with me if I could, she was brilliant
They do have a breakfast supplied that has good coffee and toasted bun etc, if you are after a big breakfast The Cargo Club is close by..
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This charming little hotel is an excellent mid-range option on the Eastern side of the ancient town. Located on a small and quiet road, An Huy Hotel is very private and has much to offer. The rooms are spotless clean and decorated in the Vietnamese traditional style that will bring you the warmth and cozy atmosphere, but they are furnished with the best equipment for modern convenience. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- An Huy Hoi
- Hotel An Huy