Runaway Accommodation — Jade Hotel @ Hue, Vietnam

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Runaway Accommodation — Jade Hotel @ Hue, Vietnam

 

 

Jade Hotel Hue, Vietnam

Accommodation Jade Hotel Hue @ Hue, Vietnam
Location Located in the city centre of Hue, Vietnam
Internet Access Wi-Fi in every floor and strong connection in the room.
Room I stayed at private double room. Air-conditioned, comfortable bed, well-equipped and clean.
Travel Information Map and travel information is available at the reception desk. Transportation to other destinations and day trips can be arranged.
Other service Offers pick up service. Simple breakfast with beverage is included in the room rate.
Comment As a blogger, there was not enough power plug and lights in the room. But it was totally acceptable if you are traveling with normal electronic devices. For me, I have laptop, camera, iPhone, and video camera to charge.
Would I recommend staying here? Yes

 

 

Because I normally don’t book accommodation ahead, I rarely use the pick up service. I admit; after 12 hours of train journey, warm welcome and pick up service with air-conditioned taxi felt pretty nice.

 

Jade Hotel had a great value for the money. It had better value than many of the hotel we stayed in China. The decoration of the room got my eyes as soon as I walked into the door: flower pedals on the bed, a flower on the table, and a simple interior. The location was really convenient. Also the room was clean and spacy, bathroom was clean and well equipped, and the bed was comfortable. Breakfast was simple; accompany with coffee or tea.

 

Travel information is provided from the front desk. Local tour can be arranged. Also you can purchase the train or bus tickets through the hotel.

 

 

Only one downside was there was not enough power plugs in the room. However I understand my standard is not same as a lot of travelers. As a blogger and photographer, I have a laptop, a camera, a phone, a video camera to charge and I’m traveling with another blogger, which makes double of the usage. We have to plug some of the lights out to work in the room. But it was doable.

 

I’m personally thankful for their help. When I had to go my visa run, I went back to Jade Hotel and they helped me planned the trip to Laos. Not only provided the information, but also they organized for me. They were really generous.

 

If you want a great place to stay in Hue with a good location and a great service, considering Jade Hotel.

 

#The accommodation is provided by Hostelworld.com as a partnership with Runaway Juno. But all the words in the review are my own.

 

Juno Kim
Juno Kim
Juno Kim, Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Juno set off for the wider world to pursue her passion for travel and storytelling. She traveled the world as an award-winning travel blogger and photographer, witnessing the everyday life of different cultures. Currently based in Anchorage, Alaska and exploring this amazing Last Frontier. Follow my journey through @RunawayJuno and Instagram .

1 Comment

  1. Steve Miller says:

    Not sure I would ding the property for “insufficient plugs,” since you even mention you travel with more devices than a normal traveler. After all, a normal travel is their key market, and who they’re trying to attract. It’s once reason we travel with a power strip. This way we’re never left out in the cold when it comes to power.

    As for the hotel itself, what was the room like? You mention it was “spacy,” but the picture doesn’t show that. Was there sufficient work space or were you always working on the bed?

    With regards to the breakfast, what was provided? You mention “simple” – but what did that include?

    You also mention that this was a “private double room.” Does this mean they have dormitory rooms there as well? How did they help you plan your visa run?

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