Murray Guest House, Chau Doc - review by Rusty Compass
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Murray Guest House, Chau Doc

| 15 Apr 2014
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Murray Guest House, Chau Doc
11 - 15 Truong Dinh, Chau Doc, An Giang
+84 376 562 108

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Price guide: From around $25USD

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15 Apr 2014

Murray Guest House is a 10 room, friendly hotel owned by Wayne Murray and his wife Thanh Can.

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Location

Murray Guest House is a short walk from Chau Doc's Mekong River front and its main street. Good access to the town and local eateries.


Review

Murray Guest House is a well-priced family run guesthouse with nicely appointed, comfortable rooms and a welcoming, local feel. Don't be put off by the guesthouse label. This is as good or better than your average local hotel with the added welcome and dedication of the owners on site.

The 10 rooms are similar in standard with slight size variations. There are also rooms with a double and single beds that will suit small families.

Rooms are bright with plenty of natural light and wifi was fast and stable during my stay.

The hotel makes arrangements for sightseeing in and around Chau Doc.

Some simple environmental initiatives have been put in place including solar hot water, LED lighting, recycling and waste separation.
 

Brief
Includes free wifi, bicycles, breakfast, pool room.

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