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Victoria Can Tho Resort
With particularly gracious service, this hotel defines style and sophistication in the Mekong Delta. Designed with a French colonial look, the rooms – along stunning corridors – are set around an inviting pool that looks out over the river...
Victoria Chau Doc Hotel
Stylish for Chau Doc, the Victoria delivers classic colonial charm, overseen by ao-dai -clad staff. With a striking location on the riverfront, the grand rooms here have dark-wood floors and furniture, and inviting bathtubs...
Kim Tho Hotel
A smart hotel, verging on the boutique, Kim Tho is decked out with attractive fabric furnishings in the foyer. Rooms are stylish throughout and include designer bathrooms...
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.
Thanh Kieu Beach Resort
On a lovely beachfront, the attractive brick bungalows are set in a leafy garden dotted with swaying palms and clumps of bamboo. Rooms are well furnished and the popular Rainbow Bar is located here on the beach.
Sasco Blue Lagoon Resort
Next door to the Saigon-Phu Quoc, this is one of the biggest resorts on the island with bungalows, a huge pool and a long beachfront.
Famiana Resort & Spa
This sedate 60-room resort has lovely accommodation, including stunning seafront villas with mezzanine floors, an inviting pool and a spotless stretch of beach.
Set in a flourishing garden, this seductive boutique-style resort on Long Beach has a sleepy beach-side repose, rooms with handsome furnishings, two pools and a pretty garden restaurant with tables overlooking the sea.
Lien Hiep Thanh Hotel
This friendly place has simple rooms and bungalows amid trees and a great strip of beach. Beachfront rooms include air-con and hot water, and there’s a small restaurant.
With variously sized bungalows scattered higgledy-piggledy over a jungle-clad hill stretching down to a rocky beach, this French-run resort offers intimacy and seclusion, plus excellent food.
With contemporary, spacious and stylish rooms, a towering and sinuous outline and ample river views, this new hotel enjoys an optimum position on the waterfront...
Hello 2 Hotel
Having a lift already places it above most of Can Tho’s cheapies, but this chirpily monikered mini-hotel goes further...
Kim Hoa Resort
Almost next door to the Duong Dong, this is a major hotel-resort which includes a number of solid beachfront bungalows and a swimming pool.
My Lan Hotel
For the time being, this is one of the only places to stay on this lovely beach. My Lan has charming if rustic bungalows with wood floors, thatch roof and cold-water showers. There is an excellent restaurant here offering fresh seafood on the beach.
Tay Do Hotel
So three stars is pushing it a bit, but this is a smart hotel with a full range of amenities. All rooms include satellite TV and most have bathtubs and balconies. Breakfast is included.
On the main drag near Long Beach, this friendly overspill option has basic and rather musty rooms, some with sea views.
Tay Ho Hotel
Right in the heart of the action, opposite the ‘tin man’ statue of Uncle Ho, this budget pad is set in one of the few surviving colonial-era buildings on the riverfront...
Ham Luong Hotel
The large, modern, riverfront Ham Luong has huge, starkly decorated corridors, but the rooms are nicely furnished and there’s a swimming pool and gym.
Hung Vuong Hotel
Good-value Hung Vuong has an attractive riverfront location, plus large clean rooms with tiled floors, polished wooden furnishings and decent bathrooms.
Song Tien Annex Hotel
Rooms at this becalming, clean and tidy hotel have hardwood floors, natty extras such as bathrobes and hair dryers, lovely bathrooms with freestanding claw-footed bathtubs and modern furniture.
Song Tien Hotel
This friendly, smart and well-looked-after hotel has decent-enough rooms with satellite TV and minibars. Check the rooms: cheaper ones are windowless and there are occasional traces of mould.
Hotel Hai Chau
Another decent, central choice, Hai Chau has 16 rooms spread over four floors above a restaurant, with a lift. Well-kept rooms are smartly fitted out with dark wooden furniture; some have a balcony.