Guidebook Some the best places to stay


Some the best places to stay

A selection of hostels and hotels:

Life’s a Beach: “A collection of bungalows plus a little bar right in the heart of the fishing village … it has a dorm, doubles and private bungalows … the path through the fishing village is only wide enough for a motorbike so your cab will drop you at the top of the hill. “Authentic” is an overused term for travel but, as opposed to a usual resort, wandering down through a lively fishing village to reach your beachfront bungalow is a nice way to ease into a weekend away from the city.” (Vietcetra)

Au Co Mini 2 Hotel: “A quirky yet comfortable budget choice in a central location in Quy Nhon, across the road from the beach ... memorable for the amazing concrete trees that clamber up the walls of the rooms … the staff have great intentions and if you can bridge the language barrier, they can assist with bicycle, motorbike, and car hire as well as sightseeing advice.” (Fodors)

Avani Quy Nhon Resort & Spa: “Sheltered by a golden beach and soaring cliffs … offers a tropical beach and spa retreat generous in spirit and beauty … upon arrival, guests have a seamless view of the deep blue ocean … colorful, wooden fishing boats anchored in the bay add to the exotic ambience … this is pure Vietnam – unpretentious and alluring.” (Luxury Travel Expert)

Nhon Hai Beach Hostel “has a sun terrace, a restaurant and a barbecue … private rooms are air-conditioned and fitted with en suite bathroom … dormitory rooms feature personal light, power plugs and bed linen.” (Lonely Planet)

Seagull Hotel: “The original state-owned hotel on Quy Nhon's main beach has been overhauled and a high-rise wing added … it's friendly, downtown with views across the bay and it's well priced too.” (Rusty Compass)

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