Hotel Name: Lum Dong Tien Hotel
Address: 18/48 Ngo Quyen, Hue, Vietnam.
I stayed at the Lum Dong Tien Hotel in Hue, Vietnam. I booked online and picked it for its location and price. The rate was 170,000 VND per night ($7.35 USD), proving that Vietnam remains as an amazing value destination, especially outside the biggest cities.
The hotel is in the old city in an alley lined with guesthouses. There are a few other “guesthouse streets” in Hue, but this is one of the quieter ones. There are no bars or nightclubs on this street.
Lum Dong Tien Hotel is a typical Vietnamese budget hotel inside a tall and skinny building, with a reception and lounge area that opens out onto the street.
Being a tall and skinny building there are no lifts. I was on the 3rd floor so I got my leg workout incorporated into the stay. When I booked I made sure I had a window room, as some of the rooms in the middle of the floors don’t have windows.
I got a twin room with a double and single bed, and the windows were as wide as the room.
The room had air conditioning and a fan and the usual basic facilities of a budget guesthouse. There is free wifi available throughout the property.
The bathroom was a bit small without convenient places to places toiletries. Other than that is was ok.
There is a free breakfast service, which comprises of the national standard breakfast of eggs and a bread roll with coffee.
You can also book tours and bus tickets here if you haven’t already arranged onward travel.