by Santorini Dave • Updated: October 16, 2018
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Nha Trang Hotels – Tips and Advice
- Nha Trang is a major city with a sprawling (over)developed beach, somewhat reminiscent of Miami and Rio. The beach stretches about 7km and continues to the airport.
- There are no shortage of hotels here, along with construction sites building new ones on every spare patch of ground within 200m of the esplanade, which runs parallel to the beach.
- Except for the Evason Ana Mandara resort, all hotels are multi-story resorts up to 40 floors high. Many face the sea, but also overlook the busy esplanade; promised sea views from many hotels are often obstructed by other tall hotels.
- Most foreign visitors arrive by air at Cam Ranh International Airport (CXR), 30km+ south of Nha Trang, and accessible by taxi or shared minibus.
- Plenty of tourist buses and minibuses come from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Da Lat, Mui Ne and beyond. Others arrive by train; Nha Trang is along the track between Saigon and Hanoi, and the train station is barely 2km from many hotels.
- Most hotels and resorts are located in one of four areas: downtown (crowded with cafés, bars, shops and travel agencies), the northern area (4-5 star hotels, 15-20 minutes to downtown on foot), the southern area (genuinely beachfront resorts, 5-10 minutes from downtown by taxi), and along the beach between Nha Trang and Camh Ran (gorgeous beaches and luxurious resorts, but isolated).
- Taxis in Nha Trang are plentiful and cheap, and they use meters. It’s easy enough to walk around downtown and along the northern stretch of hotels; hiring a bicycle used to be a fun way to ride along the esplanade and explore the backstreets, but this has grown more difficult as traffic has increased.
- Many restaurants here, especially just south of downtown, specialize in seafood, with live catches in tanks waiting to be eaten.
The 13 Best Hotels in Nha Trang, Vietnam
Mid-town, mid-priced, and quieter than most; a boutique hotel that’s stylish inside and out. Deluxe Rooms are classy, if a little cramped. Suites are roomier, with lovely corner lounge area and bathtub views. The rooftop pool is on the small side – but the heavenly beach is just 150 meters away. Unusually, the hotel also offers a library and kids’ club. Located on a comparatively quiet side-street, a five-minute stroll to the many shops, bars and cafés in downtown.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3528 686
Notes on Alana Beach Hotel
- Attractive grey building, more stylish inside and out than most in the area.
- Small, personable boutique-style hotel, not a resort; 22 stories.
- The plot in front, facing the sea, is under construction to be another Vinpearl hotel, blocking the views from many rooms and the pool area; some rooms look into the side of what will be the Vinpearl hotel.
- Is not sea-facing, but is located along a quietish downtown side street, only 100m from the busy esplanade, surrounded by cafes and bars.
- Library is nice touch.
- The rooftop pool on 21st floor is typically small for a hotel this size, with views somewhat blocked by hotel construction next door; views that remain are awesome.
- Suites – Very spacious, minimalistic in decor; lovely corner lounge, desk with awesome sea views; largest windows and best views are around the bathtub. The full window wall between bed- and bathroom is a little unusual, but there are curtains to ensure privacy.
- Deluxe rooms – cramped, not nearly as spacious, but still stylish; desk with views from half-sized windows; side Juliet balcony, not facing the sea; full length window with city views.
- For families? There’s a kids’ club adjacent to the rooftop pool – mostly for toddlers, and more like a baby-sitting service; toys, strollers, tiny indoor play area. Some rooms are large enough for a queen and single bed, with connecting doors.
- Bottom Line: Affordable, small, personal; one block from esplanade.
Central beachfront hotel and serviced apartments. With probably the best location in Nha Trang, Citadines sits in the heart of downtown, overlooking the sea (and busy esplanade). Studio Executives are fashionable, featuring modern art, king-sized beds, and balcony bay views. Deluxe Rooms are slightly larger, with more outstanding views of the city and sea, but no balcony. Fully-equipped apartments cater to long-term visitors. The large pool and surrounding lounge deck offer wonderful views and breezes, with attached splash area for little tykes.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3517 222
Notes on Citadines Bayfront
- Offers a range of rooms for short and long-term rental, as well as serviced apartments; some with fully-equipped kitchens.
- Very tall building (27 floors) in probably Nha Trang’s location: on a sea-facing corner in the start of downtown; great for views, cafes, bars etc.
- 3rd floor outdoor pool is and decent-sized, with plenty of lounge area and lovely sea views; attached gym.
- Yoga room and boxing area attached to the gym.
- Studio Executive Room – Compact, bordering on small, due to the king sized bed; chair, tiny table, undersized desk; small balcony with faultless views of the sea, sand, and grassy area between.
- Deluxe Room – slightly bigger than the Executive, with city and sea views but no balcony; extended corner lounge, long desk; not spacious, but functional.
- Amenities for families include a children’s playroom – bright, indoor, and colorful; mainly for toddlers – and splash pool adjoining the main pool.
- Bottom Line: Perfect location and gorgeous sea views; rooms are stylish but not spacious; catered apartments.
Ideal for shoppers, Diamond Bay soars above the Nha Trang Centre mall, unobstructed by neighboring high-rises. Deluxe Rooms are small and functional, with king-sized beds and sweeping balcony views of the bay. The sun-filled pool deck is overlooked by a bar & grill, and includes a Jacuzzi and petal-shaped children’s pool. The beach just over the busy esplanade is superb, with immaculate sand, lush grass, and bright blue waters. Located in an overbuilt part of the city reminiscent of Miami and Rio, 10 minutes on foot from downtown.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3819 666
Notes on Diamond Bay Hotel
- In two towers that rise above the four-level Nha Trang Centre shopping mall, with shops and cafes just downstairs; the gym is open to public use, and the pool is overlooked by a bar & grill.
- Sits among cluster of high rise hotels in the northern part of the city that resembles Miami or Rio; facing a busy and noisy esplanade, with views in all directions, unobstructed by construction sites or other hotels. Opposite a superb stretch of beach, with lovely grass, immaculate sand, and bright blue waters stretching out to the islands nearby.
- Downtown is 15 minutes away by foot.
- 4th floor pool adjoins public/private gym; one small petal-shaped pool for kids, and another large square one for adults; attached Jacuzzi; overlooked by a bar & grill and many hotel rooms, with little privacy.
- Deluxe rooms – Compact, even small due to king-sized bed; long desk and TV above it; full-length window (with curtains) separating the bathroom and bedroom; bathtub; small angled balcony, with impressive views along the bay and distant mountains.
- No special amenities for families, aside from the kiddie pool.
- Bottom Line: Rooms are comfortable, if a little small; ideal for shopping and the superb beach; excellent uninterrupted views even from side-facing rooms; affordable.
Elegant, convenient, and beachfront. This is the only resort in central Nha Trang with genuine beach frontage – without the noisy esplanade between. Single-level villas span a long but narrow property between the sea and main road – so there is some traffic noise in open areas. Each villa is sumptuous and spacious, with state-of-the-art gadgets, a high thatched roof and extensive veranda; they really only differ in position: either almost on the sand, or among flourishing gardens another 30 meters back. There are two gorgeous beachside pools and a spa; its heavenly beach on the city’s southern fringes is surrounded by seafood restaurants and is about 15 minutes’ walk from downtown.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3522 222
Notes on Evason Ana Mandara
- Narrow property between the main road and a sublime stretch of white sand facing the islands.
- Single-level attached villas; 4 in a row, so not totally private/secluded.
- This is the best resort (rather than hotel) in the Nha Trang city region.
- Located on the city’s southern edge, 15 minutes on foot (or a short taxi ride) to downtown, with plenty of seafood cafes and karaoke bars within 100 meters.
- All rooms are the same, either with direct beach frontage (balcony 5 meters from the sand) or set about 20m back – these may suffer from traffic and construction noise.
- Lush tropical gardens, unique in the city.
- Open-air lobby with fish ponds.
- The beach is not private, but there are lounge chairs with thatched umbrellas for guest use.
- Two pools; one in front of the rooms, the other 300m away in the spa and restaurant area; both are gorgeous and beachside with plenty of umbrellas.
- Beach is pure white and immaculate, looking out to inviting islets and Vinpearl Island.
- All rooms are luxurious inside; spacious; state of the art audio, video and coffee machines; dark wooden floors, tasteful furniture, and pastel decor; four poster bed; overhead fan; high thatched angled roof; full length door/window leads to large furnished balcony; huge bathroom with tub and twin metal sinks; outdoor (and indoor) shower.
- Better for couples and groups of friends than for families, with no adjoining rooms and no activities for kids.
- Bottom Line: Magnificent location; the best and only resort in the city; luxurious and elegant, with a superb beach.
Massive, with superb views. The Havana stretches heavenwards for 45 floors and is astoundingly wide, so it provides more sea views per level than others along the busy esplanade. All rooms at the front currently share the same sweeping panoramas down the bay and across the sea – but none have balconies. Standard rooms have full-length windows and often better views than the suites, which may overlook the construction site next door. There’s an onsite casino, and a faultless beach with white sand, turquoise water, and luxuriant grass across the road. The 5th-floor pool is partially undercover and offers splendid views from three sides. Located in an area reminiscent of Miami and Rio, the Havana is close to a mall, but 15 minutes on foot from downtown.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3889 999
Notes on Havana Nhatrang
- Extraordinarily large, tall (45 floors), and wide, with almost all views (at the moment) having excellent front or side views; all rooms facing the side are angled for maximum views, but…
- …When the Tropicana hotel next door is finished (mid-2018), almost all views from the southern side will blocked.
- Somewhat garish lobby, with dozens of photos/plates of international beaches.
- Popular with Vietnamese and other Asian tourists.
- Located among a cluster of high rise hotels in Nha Trang’s northern part, which resembles Miami or Rio; faces busy/noisy esplanade, on the other side of which is a superb stretch of beach – lovely grass, immaculate sand, and bright blue waters stretching out to the islands nearby.
- There are a few cafes and bars nearby, and a shopping mall very close, but downtown (with the best range of tourist facilities) is 15 minutes by foot.
- Casino onsite.
- 5th floor pool – with gym, Jacuzzi attached; large, breezy, superb views along 3 sides (soon to be partially spoilt by the Tropicana), plentiful lounge chairs.
- No rooms have balconies.
- Club Suites – On a higher floor; kitchenette with stove, fridge, and microwave; dining table, 2nd sofa is directly in front of windows for gazing at views; queen-sized bed, wood-panelled walls; 2nd TV, sofa, and desk in separate lounge area; walk-in closet; bathroom with interior window alongside the tub.
- Deluxe (standard) Rooms – Similar in design to the Club Suite but smaller, with no separate lounge area; floor-to-ceiling windows in corner of room with sofa in front; separate desk; gorgeous sea views, better than the Club Suite.
- No special amenities for families.
- Bottom Line: Massive, with functional rooms (many with outstanding views); decent pool; closest to downtown among cluster of high rises.
Enormous and elegant. Most rooms within the InterContinental’s two massive towers boast wonderful views along the bay and across the sea. Even the Deluxe Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows and a sizable balcony facing the ocean. Suites have two, but may have limited views. Best are the contemporary Executive Suites – the balconies attached to the enormous bathrooms provide staggering views. The beach across the noisy esplanade is spotless and shady, and the tiered pool is stylish, with plenty of decking; and with a children’s pool and kids’ club, it’s one of very few Nha Trang hotels that cater to families. A handful of cafés are nearby, and downtown, with a better range of facilities, is a 15-minute stroll.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3887 777
Notes on InterContinental
- 2 massive and tall towers with all rooms angled towards the sea.
- Located in a cluster of high rise hotels in the northern part of the city; facing the busy esplanade and a superb stretch of beach.
- A few cafes and bars are nearby, and a shopping mall is very close, but the hotel is a bit removed: downtown is 15 minutes by foot.
- Pool on the 2nd floor and stylishly designed in layers; overlooked by many rooms; pool bar; shady, plenty of foliage, directly facing the sea.
- Executive Suite – Massive walk-in closet; the bathroom larger than most bedrooms with twin sinks, a corner free-standing tub with views of the sea; balconies off both the bathroom and lounge area, with 2nd TV, table and sofa; contemporary design; desk; corner sofa; plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows for maximum views; double-glazed windows, but the balcony is very noisy from esplanade traffic.
- King Suite – Oversized bed; bathroom with accordion-type walls; 2 balconies along the side of hotel with limited views.
- Deluxe Room – Chic round mini-bar; accordion walls between bedroom and bathroom; colorful linen; stylish prints; cushioned walls; round desk; full-length window to furnished balcony with direct sea views.
- Family amenities: kids’ pool alongside main pool; Planet Trekkers Kids Club is attached to the pool, and is large, bright, and engaging (mainly for toddlers). Some rooms and suites have connecting doors; rooms are spacious and can fit in extra single bed.
- Bottom Line: Elegant, modern, and spacious; a bit removed from downtown; good for families; decent sized pool; marvelous views.
No beach frontage – nor inflated rates or esplanade noise either. Part of a 4-star countrywide chain, this is perched on a prime corner among a surplus of shops, cafés and bars in downtown. Most rooms are similar, with only the views differing – keep in mind that the ocean is 300 meters away, so any promised sea views are distant and possibly obstructed. Suites are higher, and more luxurious, but not necessarily more spacious; the best panoramas are viewed from the Signature Suites’ bathtubs. There’s a breezy 4th floor pool, and guests have access to a “private beach,” although there is really no such thing in congested Nha Trang.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3529 555
Notes on Liberty Central Hotel
- Part of a Vietnam-wide chain of 4-5 star resorts, popular with Vietnamese tourists.
- 21 floors, with mostly deluxe/standard rooms; all similar, but with different views.
- Located about 3 blocks (200m) from the busy esplanade, on a prime corner location in the middle of downtown, surrounded by cafes and bars in every direction.
- Lack of beach frontage keeps it affordable, and away from the busy esplanade.
- Swimming pool is on 4th floor; very small, but most guests swim in the sea; pleasant setting; breezy, open-air, some sea views, Jacuzzi.
- Claims to have a private beach but no beach is really private in Nha Trang.
- Deluxe Rooms – Standard. Narrow, with basic city views; double glazed windows. Premier Ocean View rooms are the same but have better views – but no balconies.
- Signature Rooms – Larger than most, sitting higher and offering the best sea views (still from 200m away); full-length windows on both sides offer sea and city views; free-standing bathtub in corner has the best; toilet and shower cubicles, with sink/vanity/tub in bedroom.
- Executive Club Rooms – same as Signature room but smaller, still with bathtub in corner of room; desk facing window with lovely views of the ocean.
- No specific amenities for families.
- Bottom Line: Affordable, in a top downtown (non beachfront)location; good sea views from many rooms.
Funky, convenient, and smaller than most. In an unbeatable location facing a divine stretch of beach (across the busy esplanade), Novotel is the closest to downtown among the northern cluster of high-rise hotels. The hotel’s unique angle enables a maximum number of rooms to share magnificent views down the bay and across the water. All are swanky and spacious, and even the standard Deluxe Rooms boast full-frontal sea views from their balconies. The small pool offers welcome breezes and exquisite views, as well.
Hotel phone: +84 258 6256 900
Notes on Novotel
- Well-designed, so even side-facing rooms have angled balconies to share sea views.
- One of a chain of resorts; 18 floors, 154 rooms.
- Many of the balcony views from sea-facing rooms are obstructed by unnecessary exterior cladding; this doesn’t happen to side rooms, which have clear views at an angle from V-shaped balcony.
- Prime beach frontage, the closest to downtown among the northern resorts, walkable to endless shops and cafes and facing a sublime stretch of blue sea, white sand, and green grass.
- Also faces the busy esplanade so there’s traffic noise on balcony but not within the rooms.
- Pool is small, like others in the area, surrounded by wooden decking, seemingly not designed for all day lazing – which is best on the sand, just meters away; some great city views.
- Deluxe Rooms – One step above Standard Rooms; full perfect views of the sea from windows and balconies; spacious, with a sunken viewing area (including lounge chair and mini-bar) that leads to balcony; tasteful decor and linens.
- Children are welcome here, and extra beds can be added into rooms, but there are no specific amenities set up for families.
- Bottom Line: Unspectacular, but functional; perfect views and location.
The Queen Ann Hotel caters overwhelmingly to Vietnamese packaged tourism, with low rates and basic services to match, but is a notch above the others in its class. Executive Rooms are spacious, with balconies and double-glazed windows that buffer noise from the incessant traffic below. Deluxe Rooms are smaller, with city views (and no balconies). The 5th floor partially covered infinity pool has perfect sea views but not a lot of sun; the kids club is bright and airy. Located on the southern edge of downtown (about 10 minutes away on foot), facing a gorgeous beach and surrounded by seafood restaurants.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3597 888
Notes on Queen Ann Hotel
- Striking-looking high rise on the southern edges of downtown; 26 floors.
- Does face a very busy road, but windows are nicely soundproofed.
- One of several high rise hotels that cater to Vietnamese, so more affordable than most resorts that cater to Westerners with deeper pockets.
- Great location, facing a fantastic beach and only a 10-minute stroll to downtown; seafood restaurants and karaoke bars on ground floor (out of earshot).
- Infinity-style pool on the 5th floor has perfect sea views; raised pool bar/lounge on a mezzanine level overlooking the pool.
- Executive Rooms – Spacious, with likable decor; hardwood floor; tiny desk; standard window (with curtains) between bathroom and bedroom; large tub; quiet inside but the noise on the balcony is almost unbearable; floor-to-ceiling window; tiled entrance.
- Deluxe – Much the same but smaller, cheaper, and with no sea views.
- Family amenities: The kids club, squeezed between the pool lounge bar and the gym, is airy and bright with colorful toys for toddlers.
- Bottom Line: Pleasant and affordable, with good sea views opposite a superb stretch of beach.
Peaceful, pleasant, and convenient. This narrow high-rise is more welcoming than others in the immediate area. The ocean views are distant, so book a room with windows overlooking the flat, quiet military compound and the hills beyond. With queen and single beds (and room for another), family suites feature a lovely timber floor, huge bathtub, and a lounge area with a substantial sofa. The rooftop infinity pool is large, with a bar, plentiful decking, and great views of the sea and hills. Located on a quietish side-street about 300 meters from the esplanade, the Rosaka is only a few minutes on foot from downtown.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3833 333
Notes on Rosaka Hotel
- Narrow high rise building, better designed and more appealing than others in the area.
- Popular with local tourists and priced accordingly; smaller boutique-style, but still tall with 22 floors.
- Most rooms have city views only, any proclaimed “ocean views” are distant and interrupted by hotels – certainly not worth the extra money.
- City views are certainly better than most, facing a flat and quiet military compound and hills behind – not facing directly into another hotel.
- Located on a quieter side street, walkable to downtown but not in downtown, so it’s quieter than most; about 4 small blocks (300m) from the esplanade.
- Rooftop infinity pool and area around it is far bigger than others; pool and decking area adjoins a bar lounge and gym with fine mountain views; excellent sea views as well (but also, inevitably, views of relentless construction).
- Family Suite – Spacious, timber floor, 1 queen and 1 single bed; room for sofa, table and desk, plenty of luggage space; tasteful and unpretentious decor, Juliet balcony; compact and functional bathroom with huge bathtub alongside window wall to bedroom (with curtains for privacy).
- Ocean View Room – Views of sea and pool are not worth paying extra for, arguably city views with mountains are better; juliet balcony; small bathroom.
- Family suites that can accommodate four, affordability, a decent pool area, and quiet location make this a good option for those traveling with kids.
- Bottom Line: Affordable, low-key, and personable; better city and mountain views than most; great pool; quiet location.
Chic and perfect for families. Corner located, with rooms angled towards the sea, great views are almost guaranteed here. Deluxe Club Rooms on higher floors are spacious enough for two double beds, and feature triangular balconies. Suites have separate lounge areas, and a Jacuzzis with jaw-dropping vistas. The 6th floor infinity pool is considerably better than others, with plentiful shade, breezes, and views along the extensive bay. Families are well catered to with a kids’ club, games room, and adult activities. 15 minutes on foot from downtown, opposite a particularly great stretch of beach.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3880 000
Notes on Sheraton
- Corner located, opposite a university, so there is no chance of views being obstructed by future high rise hotel development; ground floor is full of boutiques and cafes.
- Modern, contemporary design, with loads of colorful art lining the walls, but not overly chic or too trendy.
- Located among a cluster of high rise hotels in northern Nha Trang, resembling Miami or Rio; facing the busy/noisy esplanade.
- Opposite a superb stretch of beach, with lovely grass, immaculate sand, and bright blue waters stretching out to nearby islands.
- There are a few cafes and bars nearby, and a shopping mall very close, but downtown is 15 minutes by foot.
- Pool – On level 6; extended lounge area, better than most; plenty of shade and breezes, and views along the expansive bay; edges of the pool seems to blend into horizon; plenty of foliage, relaxing; lounge chairs seemingly floating in the shallow end.
- Claims to have the best rooftop bar and views in town; 28th floor.
- Deluxe Club Room – Higher floor for supposedly better views; spacious enough for two double beds; separate desk, sofa; triangular standing-room only balcony for angled but fine views of the sea; large bathtub alongside window wall separating bathroom and bedroom.
- Executive Suite – Huge corner sofa; separate area with lounge, desk and TV; walk-in closet; bedroom is not that spacious; huge Jacuzzi in separate area with jaw-dropping views; balcony off the lounge room is long, wide and angled for prime views.
- Premium Deluxe Rooms– Slightly bigger than Deluxe; also with walk-in closet, more lovely views.
- Family-friendly amenities: cooking classes; yoga room; games room with snooker, ping pong, table football; rooms with connecting doors; bright, colorful and welcoming kids’ club adjacent to the swimming pool, with indoor and outdoor play area, but also some video games; another kids club is on the 1st floor, alongside the restaurant, ideal for baby-sitting; kids splash pool separate but near main pool.
- Bottom Line: Elegant and family-friendly, with spacious rooms and uninterrupted sea views.
One of the better options on the southern fringes of downtown, this hotel is well designed so that even side-facing rooms still provide sea views – though none have balconies. Deluxe Rooms are airy, if somewhat practical in decor, with floor-to-ceiling windows. Condotels cater to long-term visitors. The 3rd-level pool is especially breezy, there’s a children’s pool and colorful kids’ club for those under about ten years.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3590 999
Notes on Starcity
- Well-designed so that even the rooms facing either side of the hotel have sea views (albeit not from a balcony).
- One of the nicer hotels in the southern edge of downtown.
- Viet-style standards, service, and price; popular with locals.
- 200+ rooms and 90+ condotels for longer term stays.
- Great location, only 2 minutes walk from central downtown, flanked by seaside restaurants and beachside bars.
- Faces the busy esplanade, overlooking the sea, sand and park-like grass.
- 3rd floor pool is breezy and open-air; kids’ pool alongside; there are some views, but sea views are blocked by the esplanade’s palm trees; decent amount of wooden decking and lounge chairs.
- Deluxe Rooms – Fairly unexciting inside; compact and functional, but bright and airy; front-facing ones offer perfect views and full-length windows, those on the side have decent sea views and smaller windows.
- Family Amenities: Kids’ pool, kids’ club.
- Bottom Line: near downtown, affordable and family-friendly, great views.
Uniquely elegant, with colonial design and charming decor – the only hotel in Nha Trang that could be called stylish. 125 rooms are spread across two French-colonial-style buildings with whitewashed walls and arched windows. The old-world charm continues inside: with plushly carpeted corridors and a lobby patisserie. The rooms are as equally elegant, especially the spacious and sunny Club Rooms, with a curved balcony providing enchanting views of the sea (or pool) – the dazzling beach is 100 meters away. There’s a casino, an art gallery, and a lovely round pool surrounded by columns. 15 minutes on foot from downtown, and a little more cushioned from the noisy esplanade than others.
Hotel phone: +84 258 3820 999
Notes on Sunrise Beach Hotel & Spa
- The only hotel in Nha Trang with old world elegance and style.
- Only 125 rooms in two buildings, the smaller one only has 20 suites.
- French colonial-style balustrades and arched windows; divine lobby, with ornate railings, plush floral carpeted corridors, and patisserie in the lobby.
- Views from all windows are lovely, of sand, grass, trees, endless blue waters, and numerous islands.
- Located among a cluster of high rise hotels in the busy northern part of the city, opposite a superb stretch of beach.
- There are a few cafes and bars, and a shopping mall nearby, but the best range of tourist facilities is 15 minutes by foot, in downtown.
- On-site casino.
- Pool is round, on the first floor, with colonial-style columns, plenty of lounge chairs; no sea views but breezy and convivial and remarkably quiet; entrance via room lined with modern Vietnamese art.
- Club Rooms – Gorgeous, stylish, and sunny; hardwood floor; large enough for a single and double bed; rounded furnished balcony with superb views – further from the sea but also distant from the traffic noise of the esplanade; many rooms also overlook the pool; compact bathroom.
- No amenities specific to families.
- Bottom Line: Elegant and stylishly romantic; spacious rooms with elegant decor – many with sea views; larger pool and pool area than most.
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