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12 Tran Phu Street, Da Lat, Vietnam – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.6/10! (score from 45 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Dalat Palace Hotel.
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Tennis Court, Golf Course (within 2 miles), Pool Table, Sauna, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Bicycle Rental, Library, Playground
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Buffet-Style Restaurant, Snack Bar
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Currency Exchange, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
Up to two older children or adults are charged USD 30 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 2.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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The ambiance of this historic hotel with large beautifully decorated and furnished room overlooking the hotel's gardens and Xuan Huang Lake. Breakfast in the sumptuous main dining room again overlooking the hotel's garden with buffet breakfast options that were extensive, well cooked and well presented
Not really a minus but a comment-it's a pity that the original ornate exterior of the hotel that in 1943 was removed under the renovation of the Hotel under the direction of Admiral Decoux, Vichy Gouverneur General of Indochina and architect Paule Vesseyre has not been restored to it's original glory as it's facade is now somewhat austere-however the new French Manager of the hotel has advised that this may be an option for him to persue in the future
It is very well located. They provide a very nice breakfast buffet. The staff were lovely to me and went out of they way to treat me kindly.
Terrible Wifi. The hotel was really empty and like being in a morgue! The decor is very dated and could benefit from an update. Also, the music which was always played in both the lobby, the dining room and also The Cafe De La Poste was very dull and old fashioned classical in style. I tried to request more upbeat jazz or blues but they didn't seem to understand what I was requesting. I believe this would bring a more upbeat energy to the property and draw more people. Also the menus could be updated as well, particularly in the Cafe de la Poste. The decor is pleasant but I was craving some good simple nice French food which would have been great such as, Salad Nicoise, Mussels and frite etc. Their Ceasar Salad was dressed with a sweet red French dressing and not a classic lemon and olive oil dressing with anchovies. Little things like that took away from the classic atmosphere that I was looking for.
Noisy room. Was expecting a room with lake view but ended up with a room which is too close to a busy street (busy street in VN means you can hear the noise pollution caused by unnecessary honking of bike and car horns). If you tell me I need to pay more for a peaceful room I am more then willing to pay more, just tell me / share options during booking process
Fourth visit to palace and I would not stay anywhere else . As an addition try the market cooking class it is independent of the hotel But lots of fun . " life in laugh" her name is Son
Beautiful colonial era hotel lovingly restored. Excellent in every way.
The hotel provides best view of the city facing the lake.
Most of the electricity plug in the room were three hole European type, and I could finally find Vietnamese type just under the writing table only. Frige was not working, though it caused little problem in the chilly weather in Dalat. There was a gap between the bath tub and the wall, so, shower water fell down on the floor almost freely. Cold water pressure was low. Breakfast in the main dining was decent, but the staff in the restaurant was really less attentive to the guest. I needed to serve coffee by myself many times, whchi is very rare in most of the hotel. There were more such small irritation during my stay.
It's a palace, with a great standing, excellent food & all the comfort and service you could expect... Unique spot to try in Dalat!
We liked the service and enjoyed all our meals. The Palace is very beautiful. The pianist made us so happy. He is an asset to the place.
Beautiful spacious room, with a wonderful view over the lake. Checkin was great. Seated in lobby with a cup of tea... Very friendly but professional.
Some staff were great, others a little offhanded. No tourist information provided on arrival. Breakfast not great. Eggs cooked fresh, which was nice, but buffet food was barely warm, and was not replaced when it ran out.
Rabelais Restaurant is world-class and not to be missed. Hotel staff are attentive and thoughtful, often above and beyond normal duty. The building is a lovingly restored piece of history, down to fine detail.
Many staff members have limited English (perfectly functional, but not enough for a conversation), so it may not be possible to get much advice about things to see and do in Da Lat. It's best to do your own research and arrive with plans for local activities already made.
Great old world ambience...an historic building, great staff and a fantastic restaurant serving top class food. Loved having a pianist play at dinner.
They might consider rethinking some of the artwork. The mural in the dining room spoils the elegance of the rest of that splendid room.
Historical value of the hotel. You can feel the past of Vietnam still remaining in the premise. No hotel will match it
A gracious and historic hotel set in a lovely garden on the hillside overlooking the Dalat lake. The hotel is quiet, the staff efficient and welcoming, and the rooms very comfortable. The breakfasts were good, and I also had a fine meal at the Café de la Gare, which is affiliated with the hotel. A car and driver that the hotel arranged were excellent. A charming place to stay.
The imitation French paintings throughout the hotel try to create a certain ambiance and probably are pleasing to many travelers, but from my perspective, they seemed very kitsch indeed. Guests should know that the hotel is a bit removed from the commercial centre of Dalat. When I was there, there were very few other guests, which in some ways was nice but the hotel seemed a bit too vacant. The basement bar was rather sad - it could do with freshening up and a better menu, especially as some guests (like myself) want only a light meal in the evening.
French Restaurant was excellent as was the atmosphere of Harry's Bar in the basement. It was a pity that at the time of our stay both venues were poorly supported.
Non-stop piano music in the public areas
Loved the French feel of Dalat Palace. Close to everything. Food delious
The building was great
Breakfast was poor value for money
The building is still beautiful and breakfast is excellent apart from the fact that no fresh baguette is available in the morning. My room was also lovely although the hotel needs some serious investment. It certainly is no longer Sofitel standard!!
This hotel is devoid of atmosphere and a little spooky at night with very few people around and very poor lighting in public areas. It has all the hallmarks of a business investment with no soul or attentive management.
The location and grounds.
The concierge was very unknowledgeable. The reception desk was grumpy (even though there were few guests in the hotel). We left a lot of cash in the safe (our mistake!) and immediately realized it. By the time we ran back to the room, it was gone and no effort was made to recover it from whomever had entered the room.
The bathroom is beautiful, but the shower is not easy to use.
Nice View over the lake Bath Comfortable bed
Unswept balcony Room cold no heating or aircon Not value for money - far too expensive Practically empty - very few guests
Very elegant, old style hotel, good restaurant, super view on lake
Paid extra for club room - no club- and room was large with private balcony overlooking grounds and lake - very scenic. Victorian building more like a museum than a hotel. Thought I was the only guest until Saturday when a couple of other people checked in for the weekend.
Bathroom, flooded absolutely and unavoidably if attempting to shower, used all towels and mats to mop up just so I could get to the toilet. Bed lumpy and pillows smelled of smoke. Clean only around furniture and generally in poor presentation and cleanliness. Empty and unappealing - restaurant looked great and beautifully set up but expensive and empty except on Saturday when there were three tables for high tea, including me.
Loved our stay here. Fantastic period hotel. Felt very luxurious and romantic. Free cookies on arrival was a nice touch and red roses in the room. Staff were helpful and friendly.
Breakfast was not included and very overpriced at £15 per person.
The staff and the manager were great. The hotel bar made fantastic drinks. The yard and grounds were well kept, making for fantastic photo opportunities.
If you book online, they try and give you the rooms without a good view. The kitchen had some problems.
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