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Upon reading the other reviews of the Thien Thanh, I was completely surprised by the negative experiences they had with the staff. The two young women at the front desk not only were warm and friendly, but really added to our experience at the hotel....More
We spent 2 nights here over Christmas. The highlight was a Christmas Eve dinner given for the guests. What fun! The staff and owner could not be friendlier. The rooms are clean and very comfortable. When our AC wasn't working, they sent someone straight up...More
My wife and I stayed at the Thien Thanh earlier in December. We had our prior hotel, the Orchid in Hue book the room for us. $35 per night, nice and quiet, clean room, nice shower and decent brekkie. They also had 4 computers with...More
I stayed at this hotel for 4 nights, until the 18th Dec 2007, and left with mixed feelings.
The positive points are that we arrived at the hotel at 6am after 17 hours on the train. We expected just to leave our bags until we...More
I travelled in SE Asia for a month, and Thien Thanh was without a doubt one of my most pleasant stays regardless of price. When I first stepped into the hotel lobby I thought I had entered a contemporary furniture store. Now I'm a real...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
Business Centre with Internet Access
Things to do
US$33 - US$44 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#21 Family Hotel in Hoi An
#29 Romantic Hotel in Hoi An
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
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Bridget S et al.: I have recently stayed 3 weeks in Expedia-booked Bangkok (Shanghai Mansion) split by 5days self-booking (with Thai Tourist Board) in Chiang Mai (which was "closed" bc out of tourist season). Shanghai Mansion is delightful gentle civilised central China Town Bangkok residence in Chinese style with restaurant, decor and staff in accompanying exquisite excellence. Do you think Thien Thanh & Hoi An would support a 20-night visit to Vietman (first time)? (mid November to 1st week December)
I am 51yo retired medical practitioner; usually travel alone except driving soft-top to Heraklion; lots of travel residence in Europe and Far East; I broke my neck and lots of other bones, in Turkey in motorbike crash; I can no longer train with Special Forces but can do most other things, just not abseil or parachute; extensive world travel both before and after motorbike crash; I take delight in local residents' lifestyles throughout the world; enjoy mixing with locals in their life, including fruit picking, people-watching cafe, street cleaning, learning local cooking techniques, meeting homeless/street people or disabled.
Q: will Thien Thanh and Hoi An support 20-night residence in interest as described and comfort?
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"We had a garden view room, it was very quiet with a little balcony"