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Grand Hotel
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All reviewsmade to order eggsvietnam waraustralian soldiersr rexcellent locationclean beachfacing the seaa great staynice poolwould stay here againbreakfast buffetaussies
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This hotel is the Grande Dame of hotels in Vietnam. It has a slightly faded feel to it . We had a huge room, The Grand Suite, which was great with a lovely view to the beach. We stayed for 3 nights.
It took us over 3 hours to get there by taxi ( pre booked) from Ho Chi Minh airport so be prepared for a long journey.
We thought the breakfast was very mediocre though the omelettes were good and the staff friendly. It is rather daunting being the one people eating in a huge dining room so after night one we went elsewhere.
The pool looks good but bring your own towels as none provided at the pool.

Room Tip: Choose a room facing the beach
  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank 918PatriciaF
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Reviewed 16 March 2018

A very GRAND hotel for a not so clean beach which is so out of the way. The breakfast provided is really great. It would be better if the price of food in restaurant is lower. The Concierge could do better to provide more information of the facilities of the hotel.

Stayed: March 2018
Thank Ivy S
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Reviewed 10 February 2018

This isagreatspotto hang out and take a break with Abit of history and class. Nice pool. Super comfy beds, but absolutely the best breakfast ever! Made to order eggs, fresh juice and everything you could want at a breakfast buffet. We took a well deserved break here on an independent bicycle tour . After so many mediocre hotels it was great to up the ante and stay somewhere nice! Helpful staff too!

Room Tip: Ocean view awesome!!!
  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Tracy C
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Reviewed 25 November 2017 via mobile

Spent a night here as part of a cycling trip around southern Vietnam. The only criticism, if you could call it that, is that due to its age this hotel does not have an elevator and that means walking up a flight of stairs to get to your room if you’re on the first floor. No big deal really. Lovely staff, nice fruit in the room. I’d certainly stay here again.

Stayed: November 2017
Thank asturiasparasiempre
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Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

Interesting hotel, bit Art Deco, liked it! Spacious rooms, lovely wide corridors, great food. The name of this hotel gets a mention in a song called Khe San, by Australian band Cold Chisel (reference to what the Aussies call the Vietnam war). Australian soldiers apparently frequented this hotel at that time; it’s still popular with the Aussies.
The power did go off in the hotel for about half an hour one afternoon.
If you decide to go for a massage at the hotel (located in the basement), well...those staff were unprofessional, giggly, behaved inappropriately. And then wanted a tip. (We bolted). Seemed like a separately run business to the hotel. Suggest paying after the massage (insist on it). Don’t pay beforehand like we were asked to; hopefully you’ll get a better experience.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
Thank Shaz S
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