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We stayed at the hotel for 2 nights, for a conference. This hotel is the biggest one in the area, owned by one of the most powerful company in Vietnam.
Pros: big, spacy
Cons: old, dark, poor facilities (600 peoples, but only 1 working elevator,...More
Even though this hotel is the biggest and locates at the center of town, its facility and service is not truly 4 star but more like a 3 star! Room starts showing some wear and tear but its wi-fi is the worst, slow and keep...More
Good location. Room is spacious. Staff are nice but not well train. Breakfast under average. Rooftop cafe is closed for renovation. Bathroom need more maintenance and cleaning. But rumor is this hotel is still the best in Pleiku.
The rooms are a little bit old, as the rest of the hotel. Which is aged!! But taking into account that this is not a turistic area, it is good enough!! Nice buffet. Personnel were very attentive as in every place in vietnam!!
It's a best hotel I have been all around Vietnam. It's not too expensive for 4* hotel. And, the thing I love here so much is severals are very kind, friendly.....so cute <3 Next time arrive Gia Lai, I will reliable choose HAGL. Oh, when...More
US$ 40 - US$ 47 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I do not know. Hopefully the hotel will respond. However, I would guess that they do, as most hotels I've seen in Vietnam have rooms with Queen or King beds, as well as rooms with two (or more) double beds.
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"Get a balcony room on an upper level overlooking the traffic circle."