Tôi ??t phòng cho 2 ng??i ? 3 ?êm qua ?i?n tho?i v?i giá 300 ngàn ??ng/1 ?êm.Tôi có yêu c?u gi?m cho chút ít vì ? ??n 3 ?êm nh?ng không ???c.
??n chi?u ngày th? 2,khi xu?ng l? tân tôi g?p 2 khách t? Sài Gòn xu?ng h?i thuê phòng và duoc tra loi gia phong la 300 ngan dong/1dem.Ng??i khách m?c c? và cô nhân viên ?ã nhanh chong ??ng ý 250ngan/1dem.T?t nhiên ngay sau ?ó m?t cô nhân viên khác phát hi?n ra s? có m?t c?a tôi và nói giá ?ó không ???c,tôi ?i ngay va không c?n bi?t sau ?ó là gì n?a.Toi se khong that vong khi gia ap dung cho moi nguoi la nhu nhau.
Toi o 3 dem,gia phong khong duoc bot mac du ho co the lam dieu do.Tôi c?ng thuê 1chiec xe Attila ?ã c? v?i giá 100ngan ??ng /1ngày(n?u ? H?i An thì ch? 70-80ngan ??ng/ngày) .Tôi nh?n và s? d?ng xe vào kho?ng 16h30-20h00 ngày th? 2 và tr? xe vào kho?ng 7h t?i hôm sau và tr? 150 ngàn ??ng.Tôi ?ã hy v?ng khách s?n s? bot cho chúng tôi v? kho?n thuê xe máy vì xe ?ã c? và th?i gian s? d?ng c?ng không nhi?u nh?ng ksan không ??ng ý,cu?i cùng chúng tôi thanh toán ??y ??.
Phòng ?c không ???c s?ch s?,cua không ?? dày ?? cách âm.Chúng tôi có th? nghe ???c phòng bên nói chuy?n m?i khi h? ?i ho?c v?,k? c? tieng on khi h? s? d?ng toillet.
Cái ???c là khách s?n ? ngay trung tâm và ? g?n cho nên thu?n ti?n cho vi?c mua s?m.
I've been in southeast Asia for the last 5 months, and I have stayed at many hotels in Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia. This hotel of all of those hotels was by far the worst experience of my trip so far.
I will start my review with one - and only one - nice thing to say. This hotel has a nice location, right in the middle of the market area. That's it. Nice comments are now finished.
Now for the meat and potatoes. First, the room my girlfriend and I had an musty, moldy kind of smell right when you walked in the door. You can tell this building is very old, including all of the furniture and everything else in our room. Our room had a mosquito net, with plenty of holes in it. The bathroom had cobwebs on the ceiling and the tile on the floor was cracked and dingy. The toilet would run for hours after you flushed it. There was no air conditioner. Only a fan that only worked on two of the three settings. The door to the room wasn't really a door. It was a plastic frame with some clouded glass that allowed the hallway light in as you attempted to sleep. Our sleepless night was due to drunken locals screaming at each other until 5:00am as they slammed doors. I woke up with over 30 bug bites, all over my arms and legs. Apparently the mosquito net didn't do it's job. Either that, or our bed was infested with bedbugs.
Do yourself a favor. Do not stay here. Ever. Learn from my mistake.
We came across this hotel, as it was the first one we saw when we motorbiked our way into the marketplace. Knowing our companions were tired and they felt that $25/room was a good deal, we agreed to stay here. What a mistake that was.
First of all, there is *no* *way* that those rooms were worth 500,000d. Maybe 250k, and I'm being generous. I've stayed in better guesthouse accommodations in Cambodia and Thailand. This place was a joke if they thought their rooms were worth that much.
The staff was not friendly nor helpful. They seemed like they couldn't care less if we rented a room.
The doors to the rooms are flimsy and easily breakable. Our room had one of those stupid frosted windows that took up half the door -- which is completely ridiculous for a *hotel* room when you want to sleep. The room smelled musty and old, and the furniture was dirty and unkempt. I don't think the sheets were clean. The pillows were concrete. The mosquito net was a pointless addition -- there were plenty of holes in it and my partner woke up with no less than thirteen new bug bites which we hope were only from mosquitoes. The bathroom was dingy and filthy, and looked like it hadn't been sanitized in months. There wasn't even an A/C for that $25 price tag, only a fan that worked on two of its three settings.
The horror started at 6pm. I know that Vietnamese buildings are made with brick/concrete/tile, so sounds will echo. We were on the second floor and could hear kids screaming in the ground floor foyer. Okay, well, it was 6pm. Maybe it'll let up.
No. No, it did not. I was a fool for thinking it'd end.
Because of the flower festival, there were a ton of locals in the area, and it just so happened that every single drunk person congregated on our floor. Every single hour of the night, I was woken up by the most unbelievably loud screaming, door slamming, glass smashing, raucous conversations and fights. The hall light kept switching on and off, which could be easily seen through the window of our door. It was horrible. You could hear these people throughout the entire hotel, I'm sure of it. I went out of my room at one point and screamed at them to shut up, that did nothing. The staff did nothing. I got *maybe* 2 hours total of sleep, the rest of which was punctuated by my stuffing toilet paper in my ears, screaming at the people outside of my door, covering my face with clothes to muffle the sounds and light (didn't help), and cursing the staff for doing nothing.
In the morning, our Vietnamese companion animatedly let the staff know how pissed off we were, and all we received was a non-apology apology. "I'm so sorry. But, they were drunk. They are here for the festival." So? What? I don't care if a person is drunk. That's no excuse for breaking glasses at 3am, slamming doors, and storming through the halls.
I will never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever stay at this hotel, even if it's the last hotel in the city that has a room. I'd rather sleep on the bridge over the river, because I know I'd get a better sleep with a sidewalk as my bed and motorbike engines as my lullaby.
Nous pensions qu'être au centre serait pratique, hélas hotel viellot, pas de drap il faut les demander, chambres donnant sur le marché, impossible de dormir le brouhaha les klaxons
toute la nuit c infernal impossible de dormir, pas de petit déjeuner, pas aimable. vous pourrez
sûrement trouver mieux
Our 4th stay in Dalat and this time we chose very close to the markets.Secure scooter parking and walk to markets and night market.Price for a night was 300.000 dong =$14.00 Au
Free fast wifi ,but breakfast is not included,plenty of nearby places to eat anyhow.
Being so close to the markets you will have some morning traffic noise.
My wife loved the shopping bargains so next time in Dalat we will stay here again.