Unless you can stay at a friend's or relative's home, accommodation is going to be one of your biggest expenses. While Vietnam offers the standard budget oriented places like hostels, dormitories and inexpensive business hotels, there are also some unique types of accommodation, which you may want to try out, such as homestays, bungalows.
In the cities, especially Hanoi Old Quarter or Ho Chi Minh City, there are many mini hotels with a range of reasonable prices from $10 to 35$ for a night. Most of them are included an international breakfast. Finding a hotel with an include breakfast may save a lot of money in the grand scheme of things. You should find out more information for your accommodation at our hotel services or contact with our consultants for your budget.
Most of hostels in Vietnam are supplied dormitories. If you don't mind sharing with strangers (others foreign tourists), this kind of accommodation is one of the best way to save your money. With only $7, you completely have a good sleep night with a full breakfast in the morning of the next day.
Another budget option for your accommodation in Vietnam is homestay. Homestays have become increasingly popular form of lodging in Vietnam, especially in small town. Most homestays are booked via travel agencies, except for tourist villages like Sapa where you can walk up to the many homestay advertised. If you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact to our consultant on hotline +84 982 45 2222 or via email address firstname.lastname@example.org
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