Seagull Hotel, Quy Nhon - review by Rusty Compass
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Seagull Hotel, Quy Nhon

| 05 Jun 2012
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Seagull Hotel, Quy Nhon
489 An Duong Vuong St., Qui Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
(84-56) 3 846 377


Price guide: From around $40USD

Our rating
05 Jun 2012

The original state-owned hotel on Quy Nhon's main beach has been overhauled and a high-rise wing added. It's friendly, downtown with views across the bay and it's well priced too.

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Right on Quy Nhon's main beach. It's not the most enticing beach for swimming with lots of plastic around. The water doesn't look so clean either - though the locals take to it without concern. Restaurants and the city's limited sights are nearby.


This is a more than adequate hotel for the price. But its lush carpets and furnishings would be better in a big city hotel than a beachside resort. The carpet doesn't react terribly well to the humidity either, leaving a low level odour that's all but impossible to beat.

All rooms have amazing views across the bay and the staff are especially friendly and helpful. English language skills are variable but that shouldn't be surprising in a town that doesn't receive a whole lot of Western tourists.

All up, a good spot for the price and we had surprisingly good Vietnamese food at the restaurant too.

Cable TV, free wifi, pool, spa, fitness centre, sea views all round.
Mark Bowyer
Mark Bowyer is the founder and publisher of Rusty Compass.
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