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Dalat Palace Heritage Hotel
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

a very nice restful vacation
the golf course just nearby was a very nice course with great sceneries matched with a very cool climate. The hangouts at the lakeside was relaxing as well. The place is perfect for honeymooners as it is a romantic spots with plenty of colorful and beautiful flowers. A visit to other parts of the lake nd forest reservations makes you want to stay for extended period of time.

  • Stayed: October 2012
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2  Thank volviven
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

Our recent stay in the Dalat Palace Hotel was amazing. The grandeure of this beautiful old hotel was very special. The staff were attentive and very helpful. The rooms are huge and fitted out with beautiful old furnishings, and a wonderfully comfortable bed with crisp linen. The claw foot bath sumptuous. The restaurant served delicious French food, just the breakfast had little variety. Our golf package executed perfectly. A great weekend all round.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 16, 2013

This hotel was certainly grand in its day but unfortunately really needs an upgrade now and it certainly should not be recognised as a 5 star establishment. I recognise the need to retain its french colonial heritage but some modernisation in guest rooms is necessary. Perhaps they should visit both the Saigon Morin Hotel, Hue and theSofitel Legend Metropole Hotel, Hanoi, as both these hotels are of colonial heritage and have modern guest rooms and bathrooms, and elevators. On the plus side, it has a panoramic view to Xuan Huong Lake and that in itself is one of the must see places in Dalat.
The time we stayed it was dry season and it rained in the afternoon and evening, the rooms do not have ac and due to the Mosquitos you have to keep windows shut. Our room had a very noisy fan but this only moved the humid air around the room, it was hot trying to sleep. The pillows supplied were very soft and there were no other choices.
There are no showers in the luxury suites, only a a 1930's style claw foot bathtub holding a hand shower, however water floods the bathroom when trying to wash with this hand held shower in the bath, not sure that the water outlet of the bath was connected properly. Couldn't even get to the toilet without getting feet wet.
The digital clock in the room was very old and didn't work, so impossible to know the time or set an alarm
Our room was on the second floor and the stairs become a very tireing, there is no elevator. Our room also faced a main highway and the convergence of 4 roads the consequence that it was very noisy all night from trucks, cars and motorbikes using this road and the incesant use of their horns. Very disturbed sleep.
The main Le Rabelais Restaurant is very expensive for a family with children to eat there. The alternative bistro style restaurant, Le Cafe De La Poste is outside the Hotel 2-3 minute walk away and impossible to get to when its raining. For dinner we decided to eat in-room and ordered a Pizza which arrived quickly in about 20 minutes. One pizza on a tray with a knife and fork only, no plates for three of us, so we had to resort to trying to eat off two saucers as the pizza crust was very thin, impossible to eat it in our fingers as it just collapsed. Also there was no milk for the tea or coffee in the room.
Thw welcome letter warned about closing windows at night and that there were Mosquitoe plugs in the room that could be turned on, searched our room for these to no avail, only supplied when we requested from reception.
Staff speak limited English so difficult to communicate.
The breakfast buffet was adequate, eggs made to order but no bread toaster, small heating oven to warm bread and croissants only.
Certaily not a 5 star hotel by any means imaginable, have stayed in 3 star hotels of better quality.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 21, 2013

Really great! It has a panoramic view to Xuan Huong Lake and it self is one of the must-see places in Da Lat. It is very near the Cathedral, Parks, just 10 walking minutes from hotel. The staff very friendly. Nothing to claim about it!!!!

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled solo
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Reviewed June 20, 2013

A beautiful place, staff were helpful but not outstanding. Can't believe we paid so much to stay in a place where the food and drinks were incredibly overpriced, the wifi worked only intermittently, the fridge didn't work at all. We received a new fridge which made the drinks Luke warm! Yuk! The drinks in the bar were watered down and the hot chocolate was missing the chocolate. Very expensive. The outdoor cafe where the locals can drop in had great drinks and food reasonable prices and the wifi worked. The grounds were nice and the view was beautiful. Loved Dalat but don't know who would give this place 5 stars.

Room Tip: The room was beautiful, great views.
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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