Mercure Hue Gerbera

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

38 Le Loi Street, Hue, 0, Vietnam
Muong Thanh Hue Hotel
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97%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
40%
94
Very Good
41%
98
Average
16%
39
Poor
1%
4
Terrible
0%
0

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 50% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples80
  • Solo77
  • Business100

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The To Mieu Temple,Imperial Palace,,Hue,Vietnam.The To Mieu Temple,Imperial Palace,,Hue,Vietnam.

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Forum Posts

Hue accomodation

by briam60

I amlooking for reasonable clean accomodation in HUE, currently looking at Orchid hotel, primarily based on reviews around the net, anyone stayed there recently that can confirm the posts from earlier this year and last year. Or any recommendations of better 3 star places.

Cheers
Bria

Re: Hue accomodation

by balhannah

I stayed at the Holiday Hotel when in Hue in 2008. It was very good back then, and I couldn't complain. It is located in a side lane. I have more on my "Hue" page if you like to look.

Re: Hue accomodation

by Stepwalk

Hue Heritage is also OK.

Re: Hue accomodation

by dendy09

Hi there, Am currently staying at the Orchid Hotel in Hue and can't recommend it highly enough. It's spotless, the rooms are great (with computer) and the staff extremely friendly and helpful. We're paying 40USD a night for two which includes service charges and breakfast. Cheers Dee

Re: Hue accomodation

by bluenight1709

I have accommodated in Thanh Noi hotel. It is a 2 star hotel with large garden and traditional architecture.

I really liked the peaceful and natural decoration there. The price is quite cheap.

Travel Tips for Hue

Hue Imperial city

by call_me_rhia

Hue was once the capital of the country during the Tay Son and Nguyen dynasties, the Imperial city is where the Nguyen emperors lived and ruled... it is the highlight of Hue town and has been recognized as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

The Royal Citadel has 10 gates, but you can enter it only throught the main one, where you buy the tickets, and is surrounded by imposing walls and a moat. Inside there was also a forbidden city, which only the emperor could access... except for a few selected servants, which had to be eunuchs. There are many sights to be seen inside the citadel: some of the most important are the Noon Gate, Thuong Uyen (Royal) Garden, Trieu temple, Thai temple, Hien Lam pavilion, Hung temple and Phung Tien temple.

My very favourite is the former residence of the Queen Mother... a great building with excellent decorations, and a most delightful lotus pond with a wooden pavillion, where she often rested in the afternoon.

Imperial Enclosure

by sunnywong

The Imperial Enclosure is located in the center of the citadel. It mainly consists of the Noon Gate, Great Rites Courtyard, Thai Hoa Palace, Dai Cung (Great Court) Gate, Thuong Uyen (Royal) Garden, Trieu Temple, Thai Temple, Hien Lam Pavilion, Hung Temple, and Phung Tien Temple.

Chieu Ung Pagoda

by Willettsworld

Founded by the Hainan Chinese Congregation in the mid-19th century, Chieu Ung Pagoda was rebuilt in 1908. It was built as a memorial to 108 Hainan merchants, who were mistaken for pirates and killed in Vietnam in 1851.

D Chi Lang
From the Dong Ba Market, follow the road over the canal and it's on your left.

Almost longest trainride of my life

by chrisvandenbroucke

Nighttrain (788 km = 17 hours)
In the Hue Ga (gare, railway station) you have to wait till they acll your destination.
Then you pass the tickecontrol and go to your wagon.
You are being served food on the train
The couchettes with 4 soft berths are quite comfortable.
We started at 1 pm and arrived the follwing morning in Hanou at 5am

seafood dinner on the perfume river

by galy about any boat

A local guide aranged a seafood dinner on the perfume river. We rented a boat that went out to the midle of the river, and while drifting with the current, the family who lives on the boat coocked us a beautifull seafood dinner. It costed us $25 for 6 people, not including drinks. It was very tasty, andwe loved the informal atmosphere on the boat. Shrimps sprinrolls

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