We started at the two hotels next door, however they charged 800,000d per night. Both rooms seem nice enough. At Anh Tu the room was cheaper at 500,000d though no breakfast (several restaurants and streets within few mins walk) and seemed fine. So we opted for this one.
Staff are willing to help and don't give you the sales pitch life the other two. The room for us was adequate with a double and single bed (is actually more like a 3/4 than single). We're a family with 2 primary school aged children.
Bedding were quite old with small holes in but seemed clean enough. The two main things that could be better is 1. Though there is air con, it's not very good and at 35° outside,rour room was very hot still which made it quite uncomfortable for all off us. 2. I'm very sensitive to smoke and assume they allow smoking in the building as every so often I can smell it coming into our room. If you don't mind a little bitdof smoke, then it's not a big deal. At £13ish a night, you get more for your money than a shared hostel room in the uk.
Area wise, it is a bit out of the busy main areas of travel agents etc. We walked there on the first day but didn't do it again. However, being a bit out it is a bit quieter and the are still plenty of places to eat near by. If you have kids, there's a lovely Park within 2 mins walk which we went to daily. Taxi into De Tham where all the travel agents are costs approx 30,000d (under a pound).
So you want to be away from holiday makers Central and super busy-ness this area is reasonable to stay in.