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All reviewsseafoodlarge poolkids loved the poola garden view roomfrench doorsreception areastunning beachlarge resortthe air conditioningpeaceful placewi firesort restauranthot watergreat poolabsolutely nothinga great place to stayvietnamese food
We stayed at Lang Co Beach Resort for one night and it was the most expensive night for us during our trip in terms of accommodation.
We booked an Ocean view room and whilst the view didn't dissappoint everything in the room is quite old....More
I book the Ocean view room. The old room,everything is old, but clean. I think it is not corressponding with the price which I pay. Service is no comment. This is the second time come to Lang Co town, and I understand that this is...More
Its a large resort with not enough investment so the price is low. For such a place with a large private beach and good clean sands, if they renovate rooms with luxury materials and hire more gardeners, they can sell 100 USD a night for...More
Family of 5, we stayed there a couple of nights, 2 very large rooms. The rooms were great, spacious and clean, conveniently located close to the beach. The beach is also very picturesque. The pool was lovely and clean. What lets this resort down is...More
Three simple words - 'DON'T STAY HERE!!'
Why? Gross food, damp rooms, crumbling resort, hideous surrounding town (if you can call it that)
Worse still, they employ a very shady racket by pimping out these 'budget rooms' (which aren't even that cheap by standards) and...More
Response from angtravel18 | Reviewed this property |
Was this question meant for me or the resort itself? If you want to know from me, the bus I was in took about 2 and a half hours from Danang to the resort, but we did stop at one spot for a short while. And it took about the... More
Was this question meant for me or the resort itself? If you want to know from me, the bus I was in took about 2 and a half hours from Danang to the resort, but we did stop at one spot for a short while. And it took about the same from the resort to Hue, but again we stopped off at Hai Van Pass. It was a charter bus, so can't say how long a public bus would take. You would need to direct your question to the resort itself.
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"OK for a rest. Not much going on in the area. Stay away from the restaurant"