GENERAL: The jazz hotel really has live music every night which is very enjoyable! The staff is friendly, especially the porter (doorman)
ROOM: Looks as nice as in the pictures and we really got the sea view which was beautiful waking up to! The mattress is really hard and the bed linen had stains on it. The bathroom has just a dark light and the first day we didn't even have a shower curtain so the whole floor was wet. When we checked in, the staff was still cleaning our room and were send out when we arrived, so maybe that’s why (the next day they hung up a curtain). The air conditioner is positioned in such a way that it directly blows into you even if you put it on low fan, so after the third way I got sick. But what annoyed us the most was the door! It was not until the ground, there is a five-centimetre gap between floor and door. That’s why the light came in, we could hear the people talk in the aisle and slam their doors and even the little ring when the lift arrived!
FOOD: Breakfast was included, but we skipped it two times, because we were disappointed. Before I booked the room, I specifically asked if there is also western breakfast and the answer was yes. But the only western food was: eggs (they make it how you like), cereals, fruits and toast. Unfortunately, the orange juice wasn’t even fresh. But there are a lot of different Asian meals as rice, fish, crab soup, etc. There are mostly Asian guests, so I think that’s why.
LOCATION: The hotel is located directly at the beach so the view from the balcony is beautiful! You can also see the Linh Ung Pagoda! To the city it takes about 10 minutes taxi ride. Next to the hotel are a few fresh sea food restaurants. This part of the beach belongs to the government so there are no deckchairs or parasols. But also, no palms or other shadow places. Unfortunately, the beach is not as clean as for example the An Bang beach in Hoi An. We saw a few dead little fishes or crabs and a lot of cigarette butts or even plastic waste which is really tragic! I know that this is not the hotel’s fault, but I wish I’d known this before booking. A few hundred meters further along where the big hotels are you can find parasols and deckchairs, but I don’t know if you can rent these, we didn’t try it.