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"Booked for a bamboo room there and It was impressive how all those facilities fit in a space, you really have everything in a irregular structure. Room was very clean an cozy. Most of tourists in Dalat go for a sightseeing in this spot and staying there even is better idea. You checkin and never mind to show it to other visiters walking pass by :) And they have various rooms with different style that you can pickup.
My room was not expensive at all and worth for a cool experience, even no breakfast included. The staffs are very friendly and effective. Anyway, there is a small suggestion, as I'm riding a bike, I expect to have a more secure parking lot, probably separated from the spot. I do not want anytime I take my bike and need to ride through a crowd in/out."

The entrance

          DALAT - is keen to call it "Paris of Vietnam." It was once a cool French mountain town and it has a replica of the Eiffel Tower. But perhaps you can better compare Dalat with Barcelona, because it has a building, which is a mixture of Antoni Gaudi and fairy tales. The most absurd is that it is a short walk from the center, in an unsuspecting side street. It is the Hang Nga Guesthouse and by visitors and locals gave it the name "The Crazy House". If you want, you can stay here.

At first glance it is clear why this house has been nicknamed. It's a little ... unusual. It is a work of art that touches the limits of your imagination. The guesthouse was designed by the eccentric architect and impressionist Vietnamese Dang Viet Nga.
Hang Nga looks like a fairytale house because the building looks like a giant tree, which has sculpted elements, which has natural shapes such as animals, mushrooms, cobwebs and caves.
The walls are intertwined with trees; flowers are hanging on the walls of the hall. There are double doors which should be opened; it looks like the world of Alice-in-Wonderland.


A giant giraffe seems to keep an eye on everything. In the garden there shooting mushroomed and cobwebs are hanging between the trees. Visitors walk across a bridge to the "Paradise Lake."
Inside, everything looks like caves, stairs going up and down, again and again. The rooms have strange corners. Outside there are bridges, slides and branches of the trees, which look like snakes. If you are inside, you find yourself in a fairy tale, and you wonder whether you can ever come out.


The guesthouse was opened in 1990, which has only 10 rooms for a stay. Initially the house caused quite a stir with the locals, but they have learned to appreciate it since. Some rooms have a theme. They have an animal theme, representing certain countries: the eagle for America, the tiger for China, the ant for Vietnam, and so on. In one room is a giant kangaroo, which has an open fire in his belly.

The Eagle Room

As mentioned earlier, Dang Viet Nga, the architect. But ... this woman is also the owner. She is the daughter of the Communist Party leader Truong Chinh, who was briefly president of Vietnam in the 80s. Yellowed newspaper clippings about her family adorn the walls around her office down the hall She received her degree from the University of Moscow. She says that she wants to bring nature and people closer together.

Come inside.....


Crazy House Dalat

Located in the lovely area of Dalat City Center, Crazy House Dalat enjoys a commanding position in the romance, sightseeing, family fun hub of Dalat. The excitement of the city center is only 1 km away. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
Crazy House Dalat offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. A selection of top-class facilities such as 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, daily housekeeping, fireplace, gift/souvenir shop can be enjoyed at the hotel.
Guests can choose from 10 rooms, all of which exude an atmosphere of total peace and harmony. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. Crazy House Dalat is an ideal place of stay for travelers seeking charm, comfort and convenience in Dalat.

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