Hustle and bustle-free My Ha Hotel
My Ha Hotel was our friendly and professional budget accommodation option in Tuy Hoa. Let us tell you why we enjoyed our stay here so much…
How we found My Ha Hotel
If you’ve seen our Vietnam accommodation vlog, you will know that we use HotelsCombined to find the best options. That is exactly where we found My Ha Hotel. (PS: those are affiliate links. You don’t pay extra to use it but we do get a small commission and that helps keep us on the road longer and to tell you about more awesome places like this one!)
Situated in the in the quieter and newer side, north of the city center at, C13 Hoang Van Thu, Ward 5. And we call it quiet now because it’s the newer part of town, but that might not be the case for long.
My Ha is conveniently surrounded by heaps of restaurants and coffee shops, all with great selections and price ranges to match any budget. There is also a four story Vincom mall five minutes down the road. It offers a supermarket, cinema, food court and decent selection of shopping options.
The beach and local night market is only a ten minute walk away and the city center a short GRAB or taxi ride away. We did walk there one night and it took us about 15 minutes.
My Ha Hotel offers two types of rooms.
The standard rooms sit in the middle of the building and they are the cheaper of the two options. There are no windows in these rooms, but they are big enough to not feel hemmed in and comfortable enough for a long stay.
The bigger rooms are at the front of the building, they offer more space and each one has a decent sized balcony with a nice view towards Mui Yen.
Our bikes also enjoyed a spot inside which we thought was awesome! It was peace of mind knowing they were secure and well looked after too.
There was only one thing that could have improved our stay and that was laundry facilities, which My Ha Hotel doesn’t offer. We did find two options not far down the road so it wasn’t a huge issue, just a convenient factor.
We stayed in the standard room for the first week and why we think it’s suitable for both long and short stays.
Furnished with a comfortable, soft (i.e more western) full-size queen bed and proper duvet!
The room also had a small desk area and wardrobe, cable TV, AC and fan.
The en suite was small but had a good layout. A separate shower with plenty of hot water and pressure, a basin and western toilet.
We moved to one of the bigger rooms as soon as one became available and that was an absolute treat! For one, we could use both sides of the bed and not have to clamber all over each other; and two, it had the perfect balcony for a beer and nibbles after a long day of work (or hanging on at the beach).
You’ll have to fight for these! Compared to other options in the same location, My Ha Hotel is very affordable and why it’s a winner with the local tourists. We have a suspicion it may have something to do with all the wedding venues down the road. But don’t quote us on that, lol!
The deluxe room offers plenty of space with the same great bed and bedding as well as a bigger en suite with the same hot water and pressure we enjoyed in the standard room.
Don’t laugh, we’ve had some strange things happen during room swaps. LOL!
A high standard of maintenance and housekeeping is evident here and is a big plus for a hotel in this price range. It really was a pleasure to stay here.
Tien and his team did a fantastic job of making us feel welcome and comfortable!
Language was a bit of barrier to start off with but after a day or two of mastering Google translate, we were able to communicate better.
Our 7 night stay in a standard room came to VND1,233,500.
The 7 nights in the deluxe balcony room cost VND2,100,000 (a fair bit more but worth it in our minds)
The total cost for the two weeks came in at VND3,333,500 (~USD143.00).
Not bad for US10-ish a night, right?
That’s it for our stay at My Ha Hotel
We’ve said it already but we did enjoyed our stay in My Ha Hotel and will gladly stay here again! If you have stayed here before, let us know in the comments what your thoughts on it was, we’d love to hear all about it.
Thanks again Tien, we really appreciate all your time and effort.
Wondering what else is in Tuy Hoa?
We loved our time in Tuy Hoa. If you want to read more about our visit, then head on over to our Tuy Hoa destination blog for more.
Even though we spent most of our time here working we did get to go out and explore too. More on this beautiful town in our Tuy Hoa sightseeing blog.
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Thanks, and see you in the next one…
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