This Hotel is next to the Front beach and in the middle of this small town.
You can rent a motorcycle and go to the back beach which is nicer. Rex hotel is in the near of the ferry terminal and not far away from the Jesus Statue.
Breakfast Buffet is satisfying. Rooms are clean and big.
There are a lot of nice restaurants around.
Vanessa from Singapore
Situated near the beach in the city center, this hotel is close to Lam Son Stadium, Lang Co Ong, and Linh Son Co Tu. Also …More
We stayed in the Imperial Hotel for 2 nights over Christmas. We wished we stayed longer. The hotel is big with a number of pools to choose from. Had we more time we could have spent a whole day using all the facilities. We did not find the hotel over-populated and the breakfast selection was excellent. The beds were probably the best we had in Vietnam. We thoroughly enjoyed our time there. The check-in process was probably the best we have ever experienced.
Bee from Brisbane
This Vung Tau hotel is located in the city center, offering direct access to the beach and only short distance from Back …More
Stayed as a family of four while vacationing. The resort is in two hours of driving from Saigon, on a beautifully landscaped beach property.
I think the general idea is great. This is a very good location for a seashore resort. Facilities look brand new, and staff is very (sometime exceedingly:) attentive and friendly.
Yet, I got an impression that the business people who run the resort don't fully understand who their competition is, and thus don't yet compete successfully. The resort is build for 200+ people. We barely saw 20 during our stay, and that's during the high season for Western tourists in Southern Vietnam.
First, while resort was virtually empty, no room fitting four members of our family was available. I had to reserve two rooms, which cost almost twice as much as I would spend to host my family on the beach in Hawaii or Bahamas. That's not because the rooms are small - they are plenty spacious - that's because of the resort policy.
Second, the food was overpriced for Vietnam by a factor of about 2. Lunch price was comparable to one in Hawaii or Bahamas. Yet the transportation to Hawaii or Bahamas for us costs about one-third of the cost it took to get to the Carmelina resort.
I suggest the resort management to look at the whole value proposition for Western tourists. Face it, Carmelina is located far from the cold places where people with money live. Drop room rates and food prices: this will compensate for transportation, and you'll see plenty of visitors
Sergei from California
Set on a private white sand beach, this Xuyen Moc resort is located within walking distance of Ho Tram Beach. Regional …More