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Compared to the 200VND Nha Nghi which was A health hazard across the road, The Lang Co Beach Resort was luxury, but felt un kempt and a bit sorry for itself.
We took the cheepest option of a $50 bungalow after looking at a slightly...More
Although not far from Da Nang, this resort is in a completely different world. It is a resort popular with locals during week ends, but nearly empty during the week. There are many cabins on the beach and rooms on the main building. The place...More
You will have a very limited options here where there is only the beach and small town. Recommend to choose Danang or Hoi An if you want a beach holiday then book a private car to enjoy Lap an lagoon, enjoy seafood then come to...More
We visited off-season and were outnumbered several times over by the lovely staff who were keeping the place in good order. Spacious rooms are located in single storey bungalows, colonial style, pale yellow ochre and dark timber. All rooms have large timber French doors and...More
US$33 - US$75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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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"Spent the 1st night in the "Garden room" then we upgraded to a beach view and really enjoyed that."