Guidebook Where to bed down in the Central Highlands

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Where to bed down in the Central Highlands

Du Parc Hotel: “Housed in a French building dating from the 1930s, the Hotel Du Parc provides colonial ambience and modern amenities at very reasonable prices … this is a great option for anyone seeking to experience the charms of ‘old’ Dalat, without having to pay the high rates of similar colonial hotels, such as Ana Mandara Villas Resort or the Dalat Palace.” (Vietnam Coracle)

Da Lat Crazy House: “This bizarre guesthouse is one of the landmarks of the city of Da Lat, a mountain resort popular with local honeymooners … Gaudi meets Alice in Wonderland in a fantastic folly of twisting, tree-trunk-like concrete and artificial caverns, winding flights of stairs and irregular windows, stalactites and stalagmites, flowering purple vines, and an over-sized sculpture of a giraffe.” (Atlas Obscura)

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa: “A retreat within the city, hearkening back to the days when French Indochina colonialists sought out Da Lat as a highland holiday haven … located in a pocket of greenery, beautiful gardens and pines, guests are whisked back to the early 20th century … cobblestone pathways lead through the impressive grounds to French villas … a flashy city hotel this is not.” (Travelfish)

Dalat Palace Heritage Hotel: “You won’t find a nicer hotel than this one in Dalat, which is why you’ll pay a premium to stay here … the rooms are opulent, yet tasteful, which describes the entire hotel, really … they have a gym, a bar, a fine-dining restaurant, a royal karoake room and so much more.” (The Culture Trip)

Bai Tram Hideaway Resort: “Hideout in Vietnam’s riviera surrounded by the hills, old ruins and the crystal clear ocean … freshly caught lobster is a highlight on the restaurant menu as well as rice grown in the resorts’ own paddy fields … an undiscovered paradise.” (The Hotel Guru)

Kings Hotel: “Convenient, new, lake views … within walking distance of downtown, but far enough to avoid the associated noise, this hotel backs onto a miniature offshoot of the city lake … deluxe rooms feature a small sofa alongside a window with lake views, a huge bathroom with a jacuzzi and more lake views, and kitchen/dining facilities.” (Santorini Dave)

Villa Vista Highlands: “Perched in the highlands two kilometres from town, all four rooms have floor to ceiling bay windows with a sweeping view of rooftops nestled in a valley below … the decor is indulgent and lavish Louis XVI style and the flair matches well with the dramatic scenery … sumptuous furnishings, ornate wallpaper and a marble bathroom.” (Travelfish)

Swiss-BelResort Tuyen Lam Dalat: “You get the style of a Swiss Alps resort, surrounded by a golf course and beautiful mountains … the perfect escape for a family, or for a group of friends looking to spend some time in a luxury setting … they have two pools, a tennis court, a comfy cinema, a gym, a spa, and more -- all for a reasonable price.” (The Culture Trip)

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