by Diana Lambdin Meyer
You’ll have to take a bus or find other transporation into the city of Hue if you choose to stay here, but it’s fully worth it to experience this rustic property. Clusters of private and spacious bungalows are tucked in beneath rich shade trees and flowering bushes. Children who may have felt confined in some of the city properties will have a little room to run and make some noise here.
Spacious balconies, a pool, two dining facilities and a wonderful spa make this a nice break from the hustle and bustle of much of Vietnam.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool
- Rustic, wooded setting
- Private bungalows
Beautiful resort- and it is a resort, so not really a VietnAmese experience! Amazing room- very large with direct pool access and very quiet, beautifully kept grounds. Lovely just to wander round. Breakfast copious and varied. Staff delightful. Only problem: it poured with rain incessantly for24 hours on our day ‘off’! So could not use the pools????. restaurant pretty good too despite westernisation and ‘ all you can eat buffet’. Loved it here.
This was my second stop for my Vietnam trip, after a delayed flight and no grab in the city the taxi charged 300,000 vnd to the hotel ... and it was raining cats and dogs while we were staying so couldn't enjoy anything in the hotel and nothing around the hotel ... so the shuttle service provided was what we used to go to the center .
Breakfast was grand and nice ...
Room lighting very dark ... so even with all the lights on it felt gloomy ... and during our stay I had problem with bathroom sink ... the water used to get clogged ...