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    Nằm trên một sườn đồi nhìn ra Hồ Xuân Hương đẹp, khách sạn này được rất nhiều khách doanh nhân cũng như khách du lịch biết đến. Có 20 phòng được rộng rãi và thoải mái nội thất hiện đại nhìn ra quang cảnh thành phố và các vùng lân cận. Nó rất gần với nhiều điểm du lịch, khu mua sắm và chợ địa phương truyền thống Việt Nam. Blue Water Dalat Hotel có nhà hàng phục vụ các món ăn Việt Nam và quốc tế, cũng như một quán cà phê nhỏ ấm cúng phục vụ đồ ăn nhẹ ngon suốt cả ngày. Blue Water Dalat Hotel là nơi phù hợp cho những khách hàng có ngân sách tiết kiệm có được sự thuận tiện và thoải mái.

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    Great location, aging hotel, average service
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    Beautiful view from the hotel towards the scenic lake. Very convenient and short distance to town. Included breakfast - not much of a selection. Quiet location. Hotel staff was friendly. Room was clean. Bathroom could use a refurbishment. Shower door needs to be replaced.
    Issues in some rooms
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    The hotel is now called Blue Water, so finding it was a bit of a problem for our driver. I visited as part of a large family group. While my room was reasonably clean, others found quite a bit of dirt and grime. The room was quite basic and everything seemed worn and weary. From the front window, I could glimpse the lake, and there is a nice garden space. Breakfast was included at the restaurant, but we found it quite lacking. The coffee and tea were awful and there was little variety. Most mornings, something was missing, and it was very basic. It is quite a hike up the hill from the lake, so it would not be appropriate with any physical difficulties.
    A plus for location, C for the rest
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    We opted for this place for the hands-down best location in town. It has space for garden, view to the lake, one of the nicest cafe in town just across the street. Many popular attractions are within walking distance, including the Market, Escape bar, Veronica cafe (2 mins), the Flower Garden, St Nicholas Cathedral (5 mins), even the tourist information center (2 mins).

    Room: the interior looks like they've been here since the 50s. For our room, one lamp was broken, no wifi nor TV signal. The hotel fixed the lamp but not the other electronics.

    Breakfast: little diversity, nothing remarkable.

    Staff: friendly. Well, I'd be surprised to see any unfriendly Dalatian.

    The business name has been Thanh Thuy Blue Water for quite a while. But by the time we were there they hadn't finished re-branding the place. I hope the new management will be able to do more so the potential of this place does not go to waste.
    Could be so much better
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    Location is great - very central. The thing no one tells you is that its called the Blue Water Hotel. The taxi from the airport had major issues trying to find it and didn't understand my English telling him it was next to the lake.

    The rooms are in a fair condition. Noise is quiet. Breakfast is OK - coffee is disgusting IMO and we had to work to find a table with a clean tablecloth when we arrived each morning.

    Staff are helpful. It's bearable, but sure you could do better for the price paid.
    New name: Thanh Thuy Blue Water Hotel
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    Despite no sign outside, this is now operating as Blue Water Hotel and Restaurant, connected with the restaurant on the lake across the street. They're also soft launching a patio cafe on the premises. Changes aren't made totally across the board: still see Empress towels and door signs.

    Rooms are nicely styled and good size, decor a bit dated, could use a refurbishment of small aesthetic things like lamp shades, phones. No shower curtain in the shower/tub in our room, no daily bottles of water.

    But the other comforts are there: tea kettle, good hot water, cable, decent bed, lots of well placed outlets. And the courtyard is quite nice and you can connect to room wifi from there. Breakfast selection is limited compared to variety seen at other hotels in $20-$40/night price range in Hanoi, Hoi An and Nha Trang.

    It's fine, even charming, if you're spending a couple of days in Dalat with a backpack. I'd be curious what the reviews would say in a few months, especially if management has more plans for the hotel.
    Great Location
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    My husband and I stayed for 5 nights. Fabulous location close to markets and to the centre of the town. Room was big, could be cleaner and I am not a fan of flowered/brocaded bedspreads?? Free internet a bonus.

    Breakfast was just OK. Staff were very shy/friendly and each morning no greetings were received for example: Good morning. I realise that their English is very limited.

    The receptionists could not do enough for you. they booked a tour for us, a taxi pick up several times. Bus back to Saigon was an amazing experience. Did not expect a bed all the way. Wow. So cheap. The countryside was beautiful and there are regular stops.

    Highly recommend the "Blue water restaurant" across the road and on the lake. Great service and we got to know Hans very well for his smile and enthusiasm.
    Nice small Hotel
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    We stayed ,now for the second time in Hotel Empress,this year 2 nights.Nice situated,overlooking the lake,,and a short walk to the market area.comfortable room,good bed,and the breakfast was ok(baguette,eggs,toast,butter and marmelade)also the pick up from the airport,was OK,for a reasonable price.We loved it,and will return again
    Good location! Nice enough.
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    This is a relatively small hotel. Quiet. Great location overlooking the lake. Decent but not extraordinary breakfast. Room is clean & well appointed. Comfortable.

    I think we stayed in the same room David N referred to: rather tricky to open the door. Agree, many hotels and restaurants in Vietnam still don't seem to offer non-smoking facilities.

    This may seem fussy, but there was a loud constant 50Hz buzzing sound from the fluorescent lamp outside our room. It is not a deal-breaker but I found it very annoying.
    Complete apathy
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    We arrived late on a bus and went to the first hotel name we saw in Lonely Planet. We paid US$40/night. This is far from being the worst hotel in the world but just a little effort would make this a superb place to stay. As it stands, this hotel is mediocre at best.
    The pros:- Great location near the lake. Take time to walk around the lake. If you go clockwise, there is a lovely ice-cream restaurant opposite the flower garden in a pretty setting. Delightful.
    Our room was clean, everything worked and the heating was adequate for a brisk Dalat winter's night. The bed was perfectly comfortable.
    The computer in the lobby had Internet with a VPN that worked just fine.
    There is a lovely courtyard overlooking the lake.
    The cons:- Breakfast is abysmal. On our first morning we requested bacon and fried eggs but only got scrambled eggs. There are a range of fruit juices listed on the menu but they only had peach juice, both mornings. This is a country that abounds in fresh fruit. Ridiculous. On our second morning we got bacon as requested but our eggs were a sad, soggy, barely-cooked, cold mess. They also gave us the baguettes and jam that previous diners hadn't eaten.
    The lobby has not been swept/mopped/dusted for YEARS. I was afraid to touch the computer and keyboard - they was so thick with mold and dust and cigarette ash and crumbs and ..... I daren't guess what else. I actually asked to see the manager on the day we left. He spoke great English and I showed him the disgusting state of the lobby including toothpicks that had sat on the floor since we arrived. He agreed that it should be fixed with well-practiced platitudes like he'd heard it all before.
    The fountain no longer works in the courtyard and we saw coffee cups that were used at a table in the morning still uncleared by late evening. Sheer laziness.
    The cleaning staff are pleasant but the others are miserable, unhelpful and lazy, especially the male night receptionist. "Just ring the bell if you need me," he said as he went back to playing cards. He acted as though getting us a city map was a big deal (in the end he made a photocopy). He couldn't produce a laundry price list, nor could he tell us where to find a laundry. (There are plenty in the backpackers area near Peace Cafe. There is a good one called "Laundry Express" opposite River Prince Hotel).
    In the end we moved to the River Prince Hotel because I didn't feel this hotel deserved our money. Other hotels that we considered were Dreams and a new hotel Tulip 2 which is located on the hill which overlooks the market and the city. The staff in these hotels managed to be pleasant and professional when we made inquiries.
    I can only suspect that The Empress is government-owned and doesn't actually need to demonstrate customer service or profit. There were a lot of walk-ins (mostly Asian) while I was using the computer so I guess they have enough customers despite the staff apathy. Lonely Planet should remove this hotel from their guide book and force the staff to work for their recommendation. Clearly, the hotel is depending on its past reputation rather than its present sorry state.
    Indifferent staff
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    My wife & I spent 3 nights at this hotel picked because of its quiet location overlooking the lake.

    It was generally rundown and had seen better days.

    We were taken to the nearest room to reception. It was musty and the key did not work. Reception opened the door but we could not, called him back where the trick was to slightly pull the key out, twist slightly, then turn and push with your foot. Still couldn't manage so requested another room. A day later new guests were having the same problem. It was not as if the Hotel was fully booked. Breakfast was cold on the first morning and after that we asked for and received a hot breakfast.

    Internet was provided in the reception area where each night a group of men would gather and managed to fill the room with cigarette smoke. This left an unpleasant smell as well as cigarette butts left in the table drawers below the PC keyboard. Smoking was allowed in the dining room at breakfast also.

    On checkout, cash only as the lines were down.

    Our worst Hotel experience in 35 days in SE Asia.

    David & Sheryl Nix
    Forster NSW Australia