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    Khách sạn Faifo Đà Nẵng

    : Trung tâm thành phố / Sân bay
    Khách sạn Faifo Đà Nẵng
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Bar1
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Cafe
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Cafe2
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Deluxe
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Garden 1
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Garden12
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Interior 12
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Karaoke_03
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Restaurant
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Pho Hoi(1)
    Faifo Hotel Danang - San vuon(1)
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Song hy(1)
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Spa1
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Suite
    Faifo Hotel Danang - Superior

    Tiện nghi khách sạn

    Cửa hàng lưu niệm
    Dịch vụ đưa đón sân bay
    Dịch vụ phòng 24 giờ
    Giặt ủi
    Khu vui chơi trẻ em
    Nhà hàng
    Phòng họp
    Thang máy
    Trung tâm thương mại
    Dịch vụ tour
    Massage & Spa
    Phòng xông hơi
    Quán cà phê
    Quầy Bar
    Tắm hơi
    Wifi ở khu vực công cộng
    Khách sạn Faifo Đà Nẵng ở trung tâm Thành phố Đà Nẵng, nơi có các văn phòng công ty, văn phòng chính phủ, các khu chợ địa phương. Cách 10 phút từ sân bay, 5 phút từ ga xe lửa và thuận tiện cho việc mua sắm, đi lại.

    Dịch vụ Khách sạn Faifo Đà Nẵng giúp du khách tham gia các chuyến tham quan trong ngày như đến các bãi biển, Phố cổ Hội An, thánh địa Mỹ Sơn, Núi non nước v.v.

    Phòng tại  Khách sạn Faifo Đà Nẵng được thiết kế đơn giản tạo cảm giác dễ chịu giản dị, Một nhà hàng xinh xắn phục vụ các món ăn bản sắc của miền trung Việt Nam, và ẩm thực quốc tế phong phú.

    Vị trí & phương tiện:
    Vị trí: ở trung tâm thành phố , cách 10 phút đi từ sân bay, 5 phút từ ga xe lửa.
    Phương tiện: máy bay, xe ô tô.

    Suite: Số lượng: 06 phòng,Diện tích: 65 m2 /phòng,Giường lớn - 01 phòng khách và 01 phòng ngủ, Trang thiết bị: Máy điều hoà, truyền hình cáp, tủ lạnh, máy sấy tóc, bồn tắm, bàn làm việc, hoa và trái cây...

    Deluxe: Số lượng: 08 phòng, Diện tích: 36 m2 /phòng, 01Giường lớn + 01 giường nhỏ.

    Superior:Số lượng: 51 phòng, Diện tích: 30 m2 /phòng, 02 giường đơn.

    Điểm nổi bật

    Ý kiến đánh giá của khách hàng
    Gửi đánh giá
    Never come back

    Thật kinh khủng khi bước chân vào phòng. Ẩm mộc và mùi hôi dường như không có người dọn dẹp. Điện thoại hỏng không thể liên lạc với lễ tân. Không thể bắt wifi. Nhân viên lễ tân thái độ lạnh lùng. Tôi không bao giờ quay lại ks này

    It is an old and run down hotel. The rooms are old and not very clean. The location is perfect for when you arrive in the middle of night by train. You literally walk from the train directly in your hotel.
    Enjoyed my stay.

    Well, quite a difficult review to write, as nothing stood out in a positive or negative way. Rooms more than adequte and clean. Staff were friendly and enjoyed a BBQ laid on by the hotel. The location for me was good. Close by to local shops and bars and enjoyed the friendliness of the locals.
    Not expensive, so if you're looking for a no frills hotel, which does the job, this could be for you.

    Near Railing Station . nothing great.
    Nearby have nothing much to see or eating.If you need to catch the train,best Location to stay.
    FAIFO a tout faux !

    Nous sommes arrivés à Da Nang par un train de nuit, vers 23H30, et naturellement nous nous sommes dirigés vers l'hôtel FAIFO, à deux pas de la gare. Le réceptionniste, dont on ne sait pas trop s'il était complètement sous l'emprise d'une substance ou s'il jouait les parfaits imbéciles, nous a proposé une chambre "superior" pour 25 dollars. Nous l'avons accepté, car il pleuvait très fort et nous étions fatigués après 11 heures de voyage. En arrivant dans la chambre, quelle déception : Moquette maculée, draps froissés,non changés sur un des lits, Et un très gros insecte (de la taille d'une olive) qui s'est enfui sous un lit...
    Avant de nous endormir nous avons bu une petite bouteille d'eau fraiche, qui nous sera facturée la modique somme de 20 000 dongs !
    Pour info, une bouteille de 1,5L vaut environ 5 000 Dongs
    La nuit fut calme, nous avons bien dormi;
    Au réveil, nous avons profité de l'included breakfeast :
    Nappes sales et tachées, buffet lamentable, personnel charmant mais inefficace.
    Au moment de régler, les 25 dollars sont devenus 500 000 dongs, ce qui constitue un cours prohibitif.
    Cet hôtel, qui a du être très chic dans les années 1980, ne mérite plus aucune étoile aujourd'hui.
    Notre conseil : Trouvez un autre hôtel si vous passez pas Da Nang, qui vaut le détour pour son très beau musée Cham.

    Mouge Lep et Paul.
    a tourist hotel for vietnamese

    I'm a finicky sort of traveller - I like decor, good linen, cleanliness and location. The Faifo's plus is that it is next to the train station if you are planning a journey by train. The rooms are large with big windows that blunt some of the outside noise. In fact my standard room ($US25) had an adjoining sitting room, which might be good if you have children with you. The linen was clean - although I did get a couple of bites on my leg - don't think it was bedbugs and it might have been unusual. The rooms were clean, good aircon, decor typically tacky vietnamese, and the hotel is really geared for vietnamese tourists. A nice outdoor beer garden but karaoke at night was like karaoke everywhere - loud and awful. But at the same time, quite fun - not bad if you want a change from hotels that cater mainly for westerners but you won't get the sort of local knowledge tailored for westerners either. In summary, good for a cheap night or two - not fantastic value and the location is a bit far for walking to the river or the restaurant areas - but then a taxi costs 30,000D to parts of town and 60,000D to the beach.
    Not a terrible choice at all.

    I stayed here for about a week in June of 2010. I was traveling with family (in-laws) who are Vietnamese. I can't speak to a previous review of being "hassled" by a receptionist, but I can speak to my experience there.

    I'm a bald white guy, so I stuck out like a sore thumb, I'm sure.

    Anyway, the hotel wasn't terrible. It's no Hampton Inn, but you're in Viet Nam for cryin' out loud. The manager lived in the US for a while and speaks English very well. The staff was friendly to me. I tried to speak as much Vietnamese as I could and they were very appreciative of it.

    I was able to get WiFi throughout the building. I wouldn't say the signal was strong, but it was obtainable if you need to check your email or Skype. They had computers in the lobby, but there was always kids on it playing games or something.

    The World Cup was going on at the time, so the noise was a little... loud... but it seemed to be off at 10PM and not a bother.

    The bed was simple, the rooms were simple. Bed was moderately comfortable. Air conditioning worked. Occasionally the power went out (due to city wide planned brownouts)... but that wasn't the hotels fault. If I remember, they had a generator anyway. Oh, the lights in the bathroom were sort of dim.

    The breakfast was good. Do me a favor - if you speak something other than English, learn a little Vietnamese and be gracious. I saw a couple being rude to the lady serving coffee (which was awesome, by the way). She may not have known - I don't know if she spoke English - but they were being condescending.

    Location. It's right next to the train station, though you'd never know. I don't think I heard any trains go by, to be honest. I think it was about 10 minutes from the airport, and pretty close to the ocean. I hitched a ride with a scooter driver every morning and swam at China Beach.

    There's a mall not too far away.. maybe three blocks, though you have to cross a busy street to get there. If you haven't partaken in Vietnam traffic, you're in for a treat.

    Plenty of little stores near by. Coffee, general store, food, etc.

    So yeah. It was good. Not bad, not the best. Solid.