Staff was very accommodating and kind, WiFi and ac was functional, and there are 2 pillows/person on the bed. Other than that, only stay here if you’re looking for budget accommodation, don’t mind an extremely dusty building (being inside made us ill), and don’t have high standards for final touches or hopes for thorough housekeeping.
This is not a new hotel by any means, it’s an old dusty property with potentially a new name. There are several problems with the room - the drain in the shower and sink are missing parts, the floor floorboards are spaced so unevenly that it’s a dust/filth trap large enough for a q tip (as shown in my photo) to live, and the functionality of the room lock is needlessly frustrating (you need a flashlight to lock from within since the room key locks both inside and outside, but also needs to be placed in a slot to keep the lights on).
Housekeeping has a lot to be desired - the q tip was on in the floorboards when we arrived and still there when we left, sheets were never changed, towels were not always available, trash was not always removed, glasses were never washed, their version of “making the bed” was a truly poor effort (see photos), and the housekeeper did not always lock our door one day when finishing the job.
If you do stay here, breakfast at the soup station across the street, set up at the pagoda was the best we had in Vietnam! But probably stay somewhere else.