Nam Bo Boutique Hotel, Can Tho - review by Rusty Compass
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Nam Bo Boutique Hotel, Can Tho

| 03 Jan 2012


Nam Bo Boutique Hotel, Can Tho
1 Ngo Quyen St, Ninh Kieu Dist, Can Tho
+(84 – 710) 381 9138


Price guide: From around US$110

Our rating
03 Jan 2012

A welcome addition to the Can Tho hotel scene with 7 tasteful suites on the riverfront.

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Right on the riverfront nearby the market. Great access to everything.


Nam Bo Boutique Hotel is a welcome new addition to the Can Tho waterfront. It provides an alternative for travellers looking for a hotel with some atmosphere downtown. The Victoria Can Tho Resort, also on the river, is slightly away from the action.

Design, ambience, people

The hotel is newly built and the design borrows from the shophouse, colonial style of some of the nicer buildings of the waterfront.

It's an all suite hotel and while the rooms are more than adequate in size, the inclusion of a living area and small kitchen pushes the space more than we'd like. The small kitchen will probably not bring many advantages to short term travellers either - especially since there's fantastic local food to be found a short walk from the hotel.

Room decor is contemporary with some colonial era touches. Rooms are bright with plenty of natural light and views. Some rooms interconnect - a good option for families or small groups travelling together.

Staff are very helpful and the small number of rooms mean guests get plenty of attention.

No pool. Free wifi, breakfast, flat screen cable TV and more.

Mark Bowyer
Mark Bowyer is the founder and publisher of Rusty Compass.
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