Century Riverside Hue

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

49 Le Loi Street, Hue, Vietnam
Century Riverside Hue Hotel
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78%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
14%
23
Very Good
42%
66
Average
22%
35
Poor
14%
22
Terrible
7%
11

Value Score Average Value

Costs 38% less but rated 14% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families63
  • Couples63
  • Solo68
  • Business40

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Photos

One more vesion to dryOne more vesion to dry

Insence burns by sanctuary with pagoda beyondInsence burns by sanctuary with pagoda beyond

The Flag Tower along Citadel's outer moatThe Flag Tower along Citadel's outer moat

Thien Mu PagodaThien Mu Pagoda

Forum Posts

First time in Hue

by craft3333

Can any one recommend which area to stay in Hue which is close to all tourist
attractions,and any reasonable hotels to recomend,also what is there to do in Hue what tours woud you recommend
Thanks
Jean

Re: First time in Hue

by Greggor58

Hue is not a small city...being close to attractions is hard to do given that they are mostly spread out...

Check out the travel guides available here to see hotels and personal reviews by those that have stayed there...

Here Jean...This is the Travel Guide for Hue...if you're not sure how to cut and paste the link....enter Hue on the top right of the screen where it says destination...click "go" and voila...loads of information...same for Da Nang..

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/Vietnam/Tinh_Thua_Thien_Hue/Hue-1481131/TravelGuide-Hue.html

Travel Tips for Hue

Forbidden Purple City - Model

by Willettsworld

Inside the, I think, Palace of Supreme Harmony is this model of how the Forbidden Purple City would've looked like back when it was built in the early 19th century. It's great to study in order to get an impression of how the palace complex looked like before you visit what is left after a fire destroyed practically everything in 1947.

The stone mandarins

by SirRichard

On the way to the Tu Duc tomb, inside the complex, you will find these 2 rows of little stone mandarins.

But wwhy so little? Well, the Emperor himself was small (153 cms) so he made his servants' statues even shorter!!

A raincoat

by Rrroel

Hué has a special climat. Where in the north or south of Vietnam there is a dry season at some time in the year, in Hué it appears to be raining the whole time. Not so nice if you want to explore this lovely city by bicycle or just on foot.

Hai Van Pass

by leffe3

Sea Cloud Pass crosses the Truong Son mountain range just over half way between Hue and Danang (it's closer to Danang), with the highway rising to approximately 500 metres above sea level at it's highest point (Ai Van Son peak at 1172 metres forms a dramatic backdrop). It's a stunning spot with spectacular views along the coast in both directions and hair-raising hairpin bend roads and slightly crazy drivers make it a memorable part of the journey!

With such views, it has been utilised in many wars - the peak formed the frontier between Vietnam and Champa in the 15th century, the French built a fort (still in evidence) and the Americans/South Vietnamese used the fort as a bunker.

Buses stop for a quick peak at the area - and you will be immediately swamped with souvenir sellers!

Sadly, my camera decided to have an off moment at the peak - worked OK until we stopped and started again after we left - so only have a couple of useable images - neither of which do it credit!

Mr Cu's Photos

by stedeb about Mandarin Cafe

Had a great meal in cheerful surroundings. Mr Cu seems to know everyone who comes in he is very welcoming. The walls are covered with photographs Mr Cu has taken around Hue and he is more thna happy to explain them to you they are all for sale at $US1 some fantasic shots. I picked the one of the school girls because I think we saw more girls dressed tranditionally here than anywhere else in Vietnam and they all look so beautiful. There is no pressure to buy Mr Cu will allow you to look through his photo albums at your leisure. Lovely atmosphere Fantastic spring rolls

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 Century Riverside Hue

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Address: 49 Le Loi Street, Hue, Vietnam