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Hiep Hoa Resort
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All reviewsmosquito netbeach frontmui nehot waterfamily run hotelgreat location right on the beachbanana pancakesperfect place to staybeachfront bungalowclean roomsmangopalm treesvietnamese coffeehome away from homesandy beachstayed for nightsocean view
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Reviewed 6 June 2011

We stayed for three nights, and it was great! The stuff is nice and the room are 10 meters from the beach
We really recommend this place

  • Stayed: June 2011
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Thank MiloNo1
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Reviewed 1 April 2011

The bungalows are very clean and there`s enough space. Also the garden is quite nice and there`s a small but private beach available.

Inside the room is a mosquito net which was good but the sleep quality wasn`t that good. We stayed during the weekend and our bungalow was next to a newly opened lounge bar with very very loud (all sorts of) music. The good thing is, the resort`s wifi doesn`t reach the rooms but the lounge bar one does.

Another negative point, we found the staff not very helpfull/friendly and we are not demanding/unfriendly people.

But overall, we had an OK stay there.

Room Tip: Ask a room close to the beach, more secluded.
  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank JelDek
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Reviewed 3 February 2011

So my wife, son, and I met some friends who had been there for about two weeks already. Figured out you basically pay about an extra $20 for the beach view over places on the other side of the strip. YOUR decision on if it's worth it or not.

Pluses:
- A/C works great
- Courtyard and walking areas are clean, buildings are new (one side just got finished being built last year I believe)
- Basic selection of breakfast items (we ate the fruit salad with yogurt and meusli every day, plus a baguette with cheese)
- Once you stay there long enough, the staff warms up nicely.
- Beach view

Minuses:
- Wifi is hit and miss in the rooms. Works great in the dining area, but sketchy outside of it. Sometimes you can piggy back onto the next door nightclub's wifi, but that can be sketchy, too.
- Only clean the rooms every three days, upon request (although this may be a plus for some people. We didn't really mind, since we were only there for three days).
- Hot water in the shower was hit and miss.

Nothing amazing, but if this is one of only a few choices, I'd go back.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank Justin H
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Reviewed 12 January 2011

Spent one night in the Austrian-Vietnamese guesthouse, but didn't like the atmosphere at all. Changed to Hiep Hoa near by where I spent four nights. It's a really nice place. Rooms are spacious, bathrooms clean, warm water, and so on. I paid 35USD/night, which is much more than I paid else where in Vietnam, but it's worth the money.

It's not a major meeting hub, but quite a few solo travellers staying there, so I didn't feel lonely.

I don't know why people have complained over unfriendly staff. I think they were very neutral. (But I hate the American style of over-friendlyness. The staff taking care of things, saing hello and having friendly faces is enough for me.)

Rooms aren't cleaned on an every day basis, and the sun chairs on the beach don't have matrasses. These are the two only minuses I can find. Well, overly sensitive people might find the music from the neighbouring bar in the evenings a bit too loud, but the bungalows are very solidly built, so I have a hard time believing that it actually would inlfuence someone's quality of sleep. The beds are not soft, this is true, but they are quality beds, and it's just a matter of what you are used to.

Nice restaurants near by.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled solo
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Thank Cisill
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Reviewed 2 January 2011

After agreeing on a reasonable price the friendly staff showed us to our room on the second floor, over looking the manicured lawn and beautiful ocean views. On first inspection the rooms appeared to be clean and well kempt.

Our day was spend relaxing in the private garden in front of the beach, shaded by beautiful palms, well protected by the afternoon sea breeze.

Overjoyed by our little patch of Mui Ne heaven, my girlfriend and i retired for an early night, only to be woken hours latter covered in red bites all over one side of our bodies, the sides we were sleeping on.. We turned on the lights to check the contents of our room and mosquito net only to find no mosquitos.

After a sleepless night we approached reception for assistance, only to be quite rudely told we had obviously allowed mosquitos to enter the room at some point. Having professed our innocence we were handed a can of bug spray and the staff member walked away mid sentence.

On the second night the room was liberally sprayed before leaving for dinner. Apon returning we rechecked the room, zero mosquitos. Once again the both of us woke hours latter in a state of hysteria, being driven quite literally mad with the bug bites we had sustained up and down our bodies.

Once again our morning visit to reception was met with rudeness and arrogance, and a flat out denial of any assistance. After some research was made we connected the dots, Bed Bugs was the diagnosis. We calmly discussed our unhappiness with the room and kindly asked to be moved to another. This request was met with more rudeness and an emphatic display of single mindedness "room is good, room is clean, you no like, you not stay"

On the the third night whilst reading in bed, a black dot on the sheets was seen to move slowly. On closer inspection all signs once again lead to proof of Bed Bugs. At this point we returned to reception and demanded either a new room or we would leave that night. The team at reception met our request with not only rudeness but a display of hostility and aggression, telling us to get out as we were no longer welcome. Having done my best to defuse the situation i requested to pay the bill for the first two night, refusing to pay for the third night as i was going to have to move our belongings at 11pm to another guest house on the strip.

As no compromise could be made at this time, we decided to rough it on the beach for the night, competing with the likes of the sand crabs and sand flies till morning. It proved to be the best night sleep we at the Hiep Hoa Resort Mui Ne.

  • Stayed: August 2010, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank timsontheroad
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