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Budget hotels & hostels
Hiep Thuan Hotel
Centrally located in Rạch Giá City, Hiep Thuan Hotel is a 5-minute walk from local Vietnamese restaurants and a 10-minute walk from Rạch Giá - Phu Quoc Ship Station. It offers free Wi-Fi access throughout its premises...
Offering free Wi-Fi access throughout the property, Palace Hotel is situated conveniently within a 10-minute walk to Rach Gia Boat Station. It provides free parking and offers rooms with minibar facility...
Sea Light Hotel
Property Location A stay at Sea Light Hotel places you in the heart of Rach Gia, convenient to Tam Bau Temple and Nguyen Trung Truc Temple. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 93 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions...
Phuong Hong Hotel
A friendly little spot that is conveniently close to the boat pier. Rooms are small but clean and some include hot water and air-con.
Thanh Nhan Hotel
Another welcoming little guesthouse within walking distance of the boat pier.
One of the first hotels to open its doors in the new seafront suburb of town, it has some of the smartest rooms in Rach Gia. The priciest rooms are corner suites with two balconies and a massage bath, but the decoration is tasteful throughout...
Hoang Gia 2 Hotel
A cut above the competition near the bus station, this hotel has rooms that are both very pink and very tidy.
Hoang Cung Hotel
A good deal, thanks to its spacious rooms; there’s cheap fan rooms and a range of air-con deals that include a sort of suite with armchairs, bathtub and bas-relief on the wall.
Kim Co Hotel
The most centrally located of the hotels, Kim Co is a masterclass in pastel shades. The rooms are in good shape, some including decadent bathtubs, making it tempting value. Most face the corridor, so you’ll need to pull the shades to get some privacy.
Hong Nam Hotel
A big hotel that is ageing slightly but has spacious rooms with balconies.
Hung Tai Hotel
This friendly hotel has a good spread of rooms, all including satellite TV and fridge, but not necessarily hot water. Not so sure about the erotic pictures in the shower.
Stretching over four pink floors, Hong Yen is a likeable mini-hotel with sizable, clean rooms and friendly owners. There’s a lift and some of the rooms have balconies.
One of the first hotels to open its doors in the new seafront suburb, Linda has some of the smartest rooms in Rach Gia. The priciest rooms are corner suites with two balconies and a massage bath, but the cheapest are a tight squeeze...