Sai Gon Dong Ha Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Dong Ha, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Sai Gon Dong Ha Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, Sai Gon Dong Ha Hotel offers a pool and breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Retro Coffee, Time Cafe & Pizza, or Tamarind Cafe, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Sai Gon Dong Ha Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular history museums such as Quang Tri Museum.
Enjoy your stay in Dong Ha!
The lobby is beautiful, and that’s to make you think the rooms may be similar. Not even close. I saw a previous review that said the rooms are clean and beautiful. I don’t know what room they stayed in but we looked at a few trying to find one with hot water. They were all the same. Carpets were filthy, bathrooms were moldy around the tub. Walls were dirty. The fancy decor spread on the bed in our first room had a big stain on it. The staff tried telling us there was hot water, but it was warm at best. This hotel complex comes across as a high class resort but it has obviously not seen any money put into it for a long time. Breakfast was terrible - everything in the warming trays were ice cold. The only good thing was dinner. We had to eat there because there was nothing else open due to New Year’s. Food was very good but the wait was painfully long. Also, the place was almost totally empty. Both nights we were the only ones in the dining room. Very odd.…
Check in was easy. The lobby is bright and clean. The room size is fine. The main problem was the lack of cleanliness in the room. The carpet was filthy and the wall near the bed some unidentifiable brown gunk on it that should/could have been washed but wasn't. People at the desk the second day spoke little or no English. The bars were essentially closed when we were there. We had to hunt for someone to make us a drink who knew nothing about liquor. Dong Ha isn't a big city and this was the end of tourist season which may have been part of the problem.
Our tour group stayed at this hotel while visiting some of the former battlefields in the area. Room clean and comfortable. Food was adequate to very good. Staff very friendly and helpful. Hotel has a large parking lot that can accommodate tour buses. Room could have used some brighter lights.
It good hotel, I'm pleasant with services, breakfast is delicious, Dinner is also good, table in restaurant set up well, Rooms are clean and beautiful. Specially staffs are friendlly, professionals, and allways smile. i'll come back here.
This hotel seems to be a representation of the city itself. It appears that some time ago, maybe 10 or so years, there was a big push to drive tourism into the town that didn't quite pan out. On a drive to Vinh Moc we drove by several spots near the beach where resorts had been constructed but then abandoned, no one seems to visit the museums, and i think maybe half a dozen other people were staying in this 7 story hotel. They clearly overshot their epectations on tourism when they built this hotel- there's a dedicated counter that was clearly envisioned to be dedicated to booking tours for tourists, but now sits empty, same for the "gift shop" in the back. The lounge appears to have had no use for some time, there were signs for a pub restaurant that appeared to be shuttered, as well as what looked like an outdoor restaurant that never saw a soul. It seems that in order to generate revenue the hotel sells day passes for local children to use the pool, though unfortunately that makes it basically impossible to go for a relaxing swim in the afternoon as it is overrun with children. I was here for my honeymoon and they actually did a BEAUTIFUL spread on the bed with decorations of real flowers, folded towels into a heart, a few snacks, and breakfast passes for the next day. This was very thoughtful and the highlight of our stay. Again in order to save money they do not air condition the main lobby nor the hallways so the room was the only real respite from the heat and while nicely designed is getting work, i.e. wallpaper starting to peel, and this being vietnam construction standards are't quite so high- the sliding closet door didn't quite activate the switch to turn off the light inside the closet due to improper alignment so I just took out the bulb. Never used the spa because I'd be sweating like crazy before I even made it there. Bathroom had hot to warm water and seems to depend on the temperature outside. Our first two days it was scorching hot and so was the water with no way to adjust the temperature; it was super hot and that was the only temperature, adjusting the dial in the tub didn't affect it. On our last day it was considerably cooler and so was the water; didn't get nearly as warm, only slightly above lukewarm. The fitness center consists of two bikes, one treadmill, 4 dumbbells, and one of those multistation combination things. Probably the closest thing to a gym in the entire city tbh. Our breakfast in the main restuarant was.... fine. Nothing to write home about, not terrible. Our dinner in the same restaurant.... woof. First this area is either not air-conned or barely air-conned, thank god we asked them to set up a portable one right next to us or we wouldn't have even stayed. Our spring rolls were mediocre, but compared to the chicken (forget the name of the dish specifically) it was gourmet. Literally they put some salt and pepper on it and grilled it.... that's it. zero flavor lol. Seriously don't eat here, go to Tam's cafe instead. Staff doesn't speak the greatest english, sooooooo glad i had my vietnamese girlfriend with me. They also insisted on keeping my passport until i checked out and hell effing no, I'm not letting them do that so I insisted they just make a copy like a normal hotel. Seriously, I've been all over the world and not ONE place has ever asked to keep my passport. I used to work as a lifeguard and swim instructor so I know what pools should look like- the pool was always kinda murky. I know in previous responses the hotel said it was due to rain and while rain can cause this issue I saw it when it hadn't rained for days so that's definitely not it. Either the plumbing wasn't adequately built or they just don't know how to manage it. Whoo! Longest review I've ever written. Ok, so after alllllll that, do I recommend the hotel? Actually yes. Wait, what? Yes. It's still probably the best hotel in Hue tbh. While there is another hotel on the same caliber as this one you can read horror story after horror story there. At least here I always had warm to hot water and no blood on my sheets! So yeah, temper your expectations, but if you're here to see the Vinh Moc tunnels this is probably your best bet.…