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Quoc Te Hotel is a three star hotel. The International Hotel is located in the heart of the city, overlooking the Hau river, and in front of NInh Kieu Quay. It has 43 single/ double/ twin rooms with modern facilities, as well as friendly, comfortable and hospitable services.
The hotel has 2 restaurants that serve Asian and Western food (the first one on the first floor, the second next to the hotel), and services such as a conference room, massage-sauna, bar, billiards, karaoke, bicycle rental, souvenir shop and laundry.
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|Internet:||Free! Wifi internet is available in the rooms / hotel area and is free of charged when using.|
These are general hotel policies for Quoc Te Hotel. As they may vary per room type, please also check the room description.
|Check-in time:||from 14:00 until later. Sooner subject to room availability.|
|Check-out time:||until 12:00 or sooner
|Late check-out untill 18:00 will be charged 50% of room rate.|
Free! If cancelled or modified up to 7 days before date of arrival, NO fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified after 7 days before date of arrival, 100% of the first night will be charged.
In case of no-show, 100% of the first night will be charged.
|Child & Baby-cot:||Free! 1 child(ren) under 12 years old stay free of charge when using existing beds.|
|Free! 1 child(ren) under 2 years old stay free of charge in a baby-cot.|
|Pets Policy:||Pets are not allowed|
|Room rates:||All rates are subject to change without notice if booking is still not confirmed. These rates are available only for bookings made with TUN TRAVEL and NOT available from the hotel directly.
Supplements will not be calculated automatically in the total costs and have to be paid separately in the hotel.
TUN TRAVEL will not charge you any reservation fees for making this booking, your credit card will be charged only for your stay when your booking is confirmed.
This hotel needs a major remodel or upgrade.. The room has stained... more »
Ms. Nguyen |
06 February 2011