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    Tiện nghi khách sạn

    Dịch vụ phòng 24 giờ
    Giặt ủi
    Phòng họp
    Thang máy
    Thu đổi ngoại tệ
    Hồ bơi ngoài trời
    Massage & Spa
    Quầy Bar
    Sân tennis
    Wifi ở khu vực công cộng
    Khách Sạn Mường Thanh Quy Nhơn là địa chỉ tuyệt vời cho du khách tận hưởng những phút giây thư giãn thoải mái sau bao bộn bề cuộc sống. Vẻ đẹp của biển Quy Nhơn trong xanh, con người nồng hậu sẽ đặt dấu ấn cho kỳ nghỉ của bạn.

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    Điểm nổi bật

    Ý kiến đánh giá của khách hàng
    Gửi đánh giá
    Good Location - excellent breakfast

    A modern Viet hotel that tries to do it all but just does not quite get there.
    Impressive arrival with fountains and expansive foyer and friendly staff.
    The location is excellent - just back from the beach - a stroll across the park to the beach street puts you among a strip of local eating houses and restaurants. It was cool and blustery when were visited so we did not check out the beach.
    The hotel has a a good swimming pool - we went down for a swim but arrived at the same time as a local "learn to swim" teacher and a throng of local kids who take over the pool for lessons later in the afternoon - had a drink poolside and watched but there was little room in the large pool for hotel patrons!
    The breakfast is excellent - a wide range of options - I had an omlette cooked to order - plus all sorts of fruit and juices - a massive selection
    The room was OK - while we had "sea views" the window glass was salted over from sea spray and there was no way we could actually make out the sea!
    Clean - Comfortabe - Well Equipped - Excellent location
    Enjoyed our stay

    We stayed 4 nights here. We wanted some relaxing time and the hotel did not disappoint.

    We got a room in lower floor. I do not remember the room number but it was in 200s. It smelled bad. When I opened the hotel information binder, a tiny cockroach appeared. Then some more showed up. We were not going to stay in this room. My husband called the front desk but they did not understand his English and hang up. We packed our belongings and headed to the front desk. We were not going to stay in the room. The front desk lady was about to come up to our room when we got off the elevator at the ground level. She quickly changed our room and apologized. I wonder if the roaches were there because the window was open and it was lower floor.

    The location was a bit off from the center of the town and we liked it. There was a market behind the hotel. We loved it. We were stared at but they were OK with us when we asked them if we could take a picture of them. I recommend to go. Ocean is just a little walk away. When I was at the beach around 10am, there were hardly anyone. I had a luxury of having the beautiful beach with sand crabs walking around all to myself. Bliss!

    The breakfast buffet was fun. I was able to taste some food I would not have been able to try because I did not know what they were. They provided 4 different kinds of juice each morning. I would never had had carrot juice nor green bean juice if it were not from this buffet. I loved the noodle soup that changed everyday.

    The room was big. I wished they had cleaned our windows. We got an ocean view from our room. I am sure many hotels would have called our room "ocean view room".

    Most hotel crews do not speak good English but they were courteous and willing to help. Whenever we needed a help, they responded immediately. I was impressed.

    I also would like to point out that they had an excellent wifi connection. I have stayed hotels in Europe, US and Japan. This hotel had one of the best connection.

    Overall, we are pretty pleased with the hotel.
    Ok but must check room before you accept

    Very very little English is spoken by the staff that I encountered Make sure you check the room as the room I was given was absolutely terrible - smelly rising damp peeling wall paper old dirty carpet and chairs and no view Shocking really considering I asked for a luxury ocean view room. Good news is they changed it right away for me and the new room was fabulous. I don't know what the other hotels are like but this is ok for a few days stay. Very modern spa well appointed next door 200vdn 60 min massage And the ground outside pool is quite big and pleasant Note : hotel back one street from beach
    New hotel in town

    All facilities are new and I'm happy with Muong Thanh's service quality.

    - Location: not quite far from the center, 10 mins taxi from Quy nhon railway station (also the center) and 3 mins walk from beach.
    - Accommodation: pretty neat and comfortable. Every room has a big window with a little so called 'beach-view' I guess. Overall, it is comfortable enough.
    - Service: more professional than others which have same price. I have to say, Muong Thanh hotel (in any province in VN) never fails me.
    - Food: not many choices but quite good. I'm fine with this and highly recommend đỗ xanh (mung bean) water, so cool I promise

    Overall, I pick Muong Thanh for good quality with competitive price.
    A little taste of luxury, maybe ...

    On the whole, I enjoyed this place. It was obviously older, but well kept up. The big room had lots of little amenities - flat screen TV, iron, make-up mirror, etc. The bed was very hard. The breakfast was OK. Offered many food items, but not great quality, especially the drinks. I was disappointed that the pool was empty - closed for repairs, I guess. It was a long, expensive taxi ride from the train station.
    Overrated hotel

    The room is okay with normal design and furniture. Looks like it hasn't been used by anybody. The room looks old and the window is dirty. I don't like the smell neither. It smells old and disgusting.

    The breakfast is boring and tastes not good (I dont want to say that it tastes awful). The food choice is sure boring as hell. The most disappointing thing about this hotel is that too much mosquitoes that I'm so scared to eat in the hotel restaurant. Seems like the hotel is overrated by the local government.

    However, gonna thumps up for friendly staffs here.
    most luxurious hotel we stayed in in Vietnam!

    We stumbled on this hotel by accident when leaving another one due to poor quality - and we were glad we did! 2 double beds, large room, great bathroom and swimming pool all for the price of an average - poor hostel in Europe! Would recommend!!
    Nơi nghỉ ngơi tuyệt vời khi đến Quy Nhơn

    Khách sạn nằm gần biển, chỉ cách 1 con đường, trang thiết bị tương đối tốt và đầy đủ. Không gian gỗ, trải thảm, nhân viên khá thân thiện. Ở khu vực này có nhiều quán cafe và Hải sản dọc biển, rất tốt để đi du lịch cùng bạn bè và gia đình. Phia sau có chợ, tiện cho việc mua sắm quà lưu niệm
    Average Stay

    Muong Thanh Hotel Review - 02-23-14
    02 Nguyen Hue, Quy Nhon
    Tel: 056 3892 666
    GPS Coordinates: N 13º 46’ 18.7”, E 109º 14’ 19.9” (position format: degrees, minutes, seconds)

    Dates of Stay 02-06-14 to 02-10-14
    This is a review or room #402

    After a white knuckle trip in from the airport (350,000d), we arrived at the hotel around 3:45 PM. I presented our Agoda room certificate and we received the electronic key to our room, #402, which was close to the elevator.


    Our porter led us in, inserted the key in master power slot and turned on the air. The room was musty and smelled of smoke: I spied a large ashtray on a small table across the room. (I thought I requested a non-smoking room?) Apparently smoking is allowed anywhere in the hotel. The air-conditioner was powerful and within a few minutes the room was cool and much of the odor has dissipated except for the bathroom.

    The first thing that might catch your eye is the carpeting on the floor, which looked fairly new and in good repair (no stains or holes). I wondered how long this will last in the Quy Nhon climate. We had booked a Luxury room, which only comes with two double beds, so the room seemed smaller than it probably was. There was an ample bench to place the luggage, closet storage and most of the amenities of a middle priced room, including:

    Two free bottles of water per day
    A couple tea packets with loose and lousy tea
    Safe (but not attached).
    Hair dryer
    Water cooker
    Two pair of hotel sandals (I never use the hotel’s: I bring my flip flops)


    For early evenings in, there were dozens of TV channels. the vast majority being Vietnamese as one would expect. With cable and satellite, there is no shortages of other channels a hotel can order up, and I found several channels being broadcast in English:

    FOX Sports Live
    Animal Planet
    Discovery Channel
    Discovery Kids
    Star Sports
    National Geographic


    The bathroom was on the small and adequate but stank, the odor probably coming from the large floor drain. In addition, it was hot and humid. None of the main rooms air-conditioning could flow into the bathroom unless one forced the door open but then the odor would come into the bedroom.

    I will say while the water pressure wasn’t great, the water was hot. Staff did their best to clean the bathroom but the smell of sewage was not good.

    Watch out for the tub, which is a traditional five foot fiberglass tub and bath curtain. When one steps up and into the tub, the surface (even though ribbed) is very slippery. This could be dangerous for an older person.


    Around 5:14 AM in the morning of our second day, I was awakened by the sound of someone banging a gong. There was a series of three sets of banging with each set reducing the interval of banging between each gong. After sunrise, I looked outside the window and saw what looked to be a temple next door but not sure if that was where the sound was coming from. Anyway, thank you Mr. Gong Banger. I’m now awake!

    Room #402 has a southerly view (down the coast). There is very little if any beach that can be seen from this room. Looking at the bottom ledge of the window, I could see where wall paper on the ledge was peeling off, indicating poor construction, materials or maintenance. Anyway, who wallpapers horizontal window ledges? This is where moisture and water leeches in from windows. Stupid idea. Allegedly, this hotel is only one year old.

    The nightstand in-between the two double beds has four switches; two are for indicating that your room needs service and two indicating ‘Do Not Disturb’. There is a display outside your room door that lights up indicating your preference for room service or not. Since there are two switches for either option, I presume there is another display somewhere else that is providing the information to housekeeping but I cannot say where it is. After four days, I still could not figure out how they work, especially after one pulled out the electronic key card that shuts off the power to the room.

    Even with the light activated, indicating we did not want to be disturbed, someone banged on our door asking to make up the room. My wife asked the housekeeping person if she looked at the light, and she indicated that had not.


    Here are a few of the items we found at the morning buffet during our four-day stay; note all foods were not served every day:

    Chicken curry
    Xoi Dau (sticky rice with mung bean)
    Multi-layered jello
    Bon Moc (noodle soup with pork ball)
    Pho ga (chicken noodle)
    Pho (mien vit - noodle with duck)
    Egg cooking station
    Sticky rice
    Five boiled vegetables
    Steamed rice
    Small baguettes (but nothing like you typically see on the street)
    Regular white bread
    Processed meats
    sausages (that weren't hot)
    Cantonese stirs fried rice
    Spaghetti with (diluted) meat sauce 
    Mien Sao (stir fried noodle)
    Banh (all sorts)
    Xoi thit gha bong (sticky rice with shredded pork)
    Apple juice (extremely watered down)
    Green tea (warm)
    Orange juice (extremely watered down)
    Nuoc bi dao (watered down melon juice)
    Tomato juice (can't comment on strength - did not try)
    Hot tea (Lipton)
    Coffee (Vietnamese style)

    Fruits, including
    Small tangerines
    Small green apples

    Gingered candy
    Coconut strips coated with sugar
    Vietnamese salads (several kinds)

    Juices were not being replenished, even before 8 AM.  The dining room ran out of juice glasses and they were not replenished quickly. Serving trays with foods that need to be kept hot were only warm or cold, which promotes bacterial contamination.  Bacon wrapped onion and carrot was undercooked and cold - dangerous. Locals were touching various breads with their fingers, picking them up and then setting them down - very unhygienic but I don’t know what the dining room staff could do about this. I used bread slices and toasted both sides.

    The variety of mostly Vietnamese style dishes needs to be reduced by at least one half so the kitchen can concentrate on making some really tasty dishes. Much of the food had no taste, which generally isn’t typical of Vietnamese fare.

    Some local families staying at the hotel let their children run amok throughout the dining area disturbing other residents. The parents didn’t seem to care and restaurant staff did nothing to calm the little brats.

    Perhaps most concerning event was a big rat I saw come around a pillar from a door entry. It ran in front of our table and disappeared behind some stacked chairs that had blankets covering them. My wife mentioned the incident to one of the servers, that acknowledged there were plenty of them outside the building but didn’t attach any surprise to one (or maybe more) scurrying around in the dining room and perhaps more in the kitchen.

    That ended our breakfast dining experience on our second morning.

    The Muong Thanh represents itself as a 4-star hotel. The dining area is in dire need of attention and improvement. I couldn’t seem to find anyone overseeing the whole operation nor anyone that would care. (read my summary below.)


    Is offered at the rate of $10/hour butt did not try.

    Tennis Court/s

    Has tennis court but did not try.


    The hotel has a Karaoke room and there is a charge ($6/hr). If Karaoke is your thing, one can rent a Karaoke room in town for about 60,000d and hour (for comparison).


    Price - Fair value for what you get but not better than an average hotel
    Location - One street over from the beach.
    Strong A/C in the room


    If you only speak English, having a conversation with staff will be difficult if not impossible.

    Low wattage lighting in the room and bathroom. Difficult to shave.

    Breakfast - Large variety of Vietnamese food but most lacking any taste. Juices very watery. Some foods that should be kept hot were not. Saw a rat in the dining room on the second morning


    On our last full day at this hotel, my wife and I had walked over a mile south of the hotel, where the night market is held in the evening. As we sat on a bench, taking in the cool oceans breezes, I saw a fairly new Rolls Royce pass by with an entourage of support cars. I mentioned to my wife that it was the first RR I ever saw in Vietnam in all the years coming here.

    Later we walked back to the hotel, and the very same Rolls was parked along side the hotel. My wife mentioned to the hotel greeter that we had seen the car coming north and it must be a ‘big shot’. He answered in the affirmative, indicating it was the head person over in the entire Muong Thanh Hotel Group. Apparently, he was making his rounds.

    We didn’t think much of it until our last morning and breakfast. Wow, 180 degree turnaround from the previous three days. There was a man in his best suite opening doors to the dining room. As we entered, we could see a couple tables being occupied by what was obviously ‘the entourage’. All the tables had white table cloths and their best chairs with covers (like they use for weddings). The breakfast buffet had fewer items but everything seemed upgraded. The food was quite good compared to the previous three mornings. This is what it should be like every day, not just when the head cheese comes to visit! Sadly, our lucky coincidence will have no effect on the mediocre review of this hotel.
    So far so good

    The rate is reasonable, the quality is good except the wifi and phone in room. I can not use wifi and phone in room. The valet guy & receptionist are really nice.

    Price in restaurant is acceptable 89k vnđ for banana salad with shrimp and meat. Buffet breakfast is not too much choices and not change but it is ok for me.