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Hotel posted as 4 star - not even 3. Staff don't speak English, the hotel is tired, the food (particularly in the evening inedible. Staff cannot mix drinks, the amenities very poor (hot shower turns cold quickly) the bed is like sleeping between a rock...More
Huge hotel. Marble everywhere. Big rooms. Nice lobby. That's about all I can say that's positive about this hotel. The poorly lit bathroom was scary and the air conditioner did not work well. But the worst part was, the front desk people and the restaurant...More
Hotel is located in the edge of the city, travelling is convenient. Room is clean and big enough for a family of 4 ( a couple with 2 children). Breakfast is included but not delicious. Decoration is wood and wood and it makes uncomfortable feeling.
Old hotel but dont think there is a better one around...so there's an opportunity....
Everything is very old, rooms are clean but window didnt close, traffic in front of hotel all night so I didnt sleep at all. I was here only for one night...More
This hotel shows signs of wear, but it may be the best option for a few days in Pleiku. It is central to the smallish (about 200,000 people) city, so getting around is easy. The staff were very helpful. The food in the Acacia restaurant...More
US$42 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I do not know. Hopefully the hotel will respond. However, I would guess that they do, as most hotels I've seen in Vietnam have rooms with Queen or King beds, as well as rooms with two (or more) double beds.
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"Get a balcony room on an upper level overlooking the traffic circle."