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Ky Hoa Vung Tau Hotel
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Reviewed July 23, 2014

free Wi-Fi in all rooms= no WIFI at all, free or not, no safe in room, breakfast below average and i did not get a sea view but thats ok, how this hotel is ranked 6th with 47% is beyond me!, terrible bed also-hard and cannot move without incredible noise, not worth the money or visit

  • Stayed: July 2014, traveled on business
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2  Thank Dion h
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Reviewed May 1, 2014

The hotel was clean, the staff were friendly, breakfast was great. The views from our balcony were fantastic. I had an accident soon after arrival, and for the week of our stay the staff were attentive and anxious about my injury. We liked the beds, but we prefer a hard bed, so may not have suited everyone. Some of the staff had no English, but then how many hotels in Australia have staff speaking foreign languages?

  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank Ozzytourist
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Reviewed March 30, 2014 via mobile

We booked a 2 room suite with large patio . About 1.2mil vnd per night very reasonable . Room was good although floor was not clean . We cleaned it ourselves as we had our infant with us who was crawling on the floor

A lot of stairs here but normal for many places in vung tau .

Service is very poor and no degree of hospitality.

Can't comment in the included breakfast as it ended at 9:30! Who get up that early on a beach holiday ?!

If you can get a good rate this hotel is decent . Nice views good pool . Good location . Dont expect any Sevice though !

Too bad as if they had good Service this hotel could be a gem

  • Stayed: June 2013
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1  Thank tawloon l
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Reviewed February 6, 2014 via mobile

Beds are hard and uncomfortable to sleep on however, rooms are spacious and clean. The view from the hotel room was beautiful. Staff are friendly but speak very little or no English. It was very hard to communicate to the staff. Overall, I wouldn't mind staying at this hotel again but would look elsewhere for better options.

  • Stayed: December 2013
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Thank d0lphin17
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Reviewed January 19, 2014 via mobile

I'll admit being a bit apprehensive about staying in this hotel, as I'd never booked a 3* hotel before, and I wasn't sure what to expect. Given its fairly low price, I figured I could always run away and take my loss if it turned out to be a total dump.

Arrived by motorbike, for which shaded parking was available close to the reception. From the outside, it looks great, a mix between a castle and French colonial style. Check-in was fast, and staff spoke English - not a given in Vietnam, even at better hotels.

My room on the fourth floor overlooked the pool and the beach - absolutely magnificent views at sunset and sunrise, but I'll get to get later on.

The room was reasonably furnished and clean, although the wood looked a worn and the walls could use a fresh coat of paint.
Fair water pressure in the shower, but be prepared to bring your own shower goodies as the shampoo is scented water and there was no shower gel - also not after asking.

You'll be able to see the sun rise, as every tiny ray of light brutally plunges through the flimsy curtains. If you want to sleep (in), bring earplugs and an eyemask.

WIFI hotshots abound, but quality is so poor, it is useless. Thankfully, the hotel next door had an open network on which I piggybacked. If you are going to need steady WIFI on your trip, consider this.

Breakfast starts at 6h30AM and runs till 9. As other travelers described, it's mostly Vietnamese food, though there is an egg station and fresh fruit. No cereals or yoghurts. Juice was depressing, it tasted like something out of a carton. Coffee was nice and strong, tables few and messy. Tablecloths don't get replaced when a guest leaves, so if you're not an early riser, you'll probably have a stained one, full of spilled foods from previous eaters.

The pool is nice, but there are few beds - 12 at my count,of varying forms and levels of comfort. No umbrellas or trees to provide any shade. The pool bar is amazingly cheap, and if you tip the server on day one, you'll get brilliant smiles and scurrying service for the rest of your stay.

It's a steep walk up the hills, but as the hotel itself states that, and everyone reviewing it comments on it, you're prepared.

Summarizing, the rooms are so-so, but the views and the pool exceed what you would expect for that price. So ultimately, you get what you pay for - the equation being bargainable.

Stayed: January 2014, traveled solo
Thank JoelAndoetoe
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