Address93 Mau Than Xuan Khanh, Ninh Kieu Can ThoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Fantastic value at this friendly, efficient hotel with bright, mango-coloured (the hotel name means 'Mango Hotel'), airy rooms. Helpful staff speak excellent English and there's a roof terrace with hammocks.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Xoai and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Can Tho.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Luggage Storage
- Outdoor Terrace
Description provided by property
Hotel 'Xoai' Can Tho is geared towards International travelers. The 23 rooms have double or single beds, a private bathroom with shower and toilet, fan, air condition and telephone. All rooms have windows with direct views of the Quang Duc Pagoda or Cantho University.
The very small and basic option for travellers - the Budget Rooms - offer a convenient set up many international travellers are looking for. Superior Double and Twin rooms offer more space and a bigger bed, a desk, chair and closet or shelf and a large window.
Bed sizes of different rooms are: Budget Single Rooms 'S': 1.20m wide bed, Budget double room 'M': 1.40m wide bed, Superior double room 'L': bed 1.50m wide bed, Deluxe double room X 1.60m wide bed.
In the lobby there are computers with Internet access. The hotel has excellent free wifi throughout the hotel. An elevator brings you up to the roof, where you can relax on the terrace and lie down in a hammock. It is a perfect spot to escape from the crowded street, to catch up with other guests and locals. The English speaking staff of the 'Xoai' supports travelers in any possible way. The hotel offers moderate prices for tours, no additional charge on bus bookings.
The name 'Xoai' means mango. The owners love mangos. Behind the house is a small mango tree and the hotel itself is painted mango-colored. The Xoai promotes eco tourism. The house uses exclusively energy-saving lamps. The hot water supply is carried completely by solar collectors.
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