This is an out of town hotel which is quite a luxurious option to unwind after travelling up the mountain to Da Lat. The rooms are great with a huge bed and a fantastic bathroom with what must be one of the finest showers in Vietnam.
There's three restaurants to choose from (Vietnamese, Asian, Western) and breakfast offers dishes from this range of cuisines. There is however no bar.
There was also a "Business Centre" with internet as well as printing and scanning facilities.
The only negative is that we were kept waiting when trying to check out whilst they send someone over to check whether we had left the room in a reasonable state, which meant we almost missed our bus!
No air con in rooms but not required as climate is cooler than other arts of Vietnam.
Accommodation is in a series of villas with 8-10 rooms per villa. Can be noisy with young children around.. Rooms are large with marble floors. Big beds - very clean rooms. No pool or fitness centre as the web site claims. Breakfast was good with plenty of choices. No room safe- safety deposit box wasan envelope sealed by the hotel and placed in a secure spot by them. Good exchange rates for foreign currency- no commission charged.Nice grounds- walking distance to shops 9-10 mins). Small restaurants nearby. Would stay again. I thought about 3.5 - 4 stars
The Hoang Anh Gia Lai resort is a bit far from the center, but if you are travelling by a rented bus or car, that's not really a problem. The resort is really well maintained and looks really classy (we took a walk up the Nguyen Du street and the other hotels and resorts looked really run-down).
It's quiet and peaceful; there seems to be some disco nearby but strangely we heard the music only in the afternoon.
The only really bad things were the missing WLAN (WiFi) and the missing heating systems. The rooms have no AC, which you don't need for cooling, but would be useful for heating up the rooms, which can be really cold in the evening and at night.
I would gladly come back here again!