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From Moonlight Hotel, you can quickly get to Hue’s citadel, the city's most famous historic site. Hue used to serve as Vietnam’s capital, and inside the citadel you can see a temple, a royal theater, and other elaborate structures built for the king.
The Hue Citadel — formerly known as the Imperial City — is a large complex of royal structures built in the early 19th century. Just east of the citadel you can visit the Museum of Royal Antiquities, where you can learn a bit more about the former grandeur of the Citadel. Take a short walk from the citadel to do some bargain hunting in the crowded stalls of the Dong Ba Market. Surrounding the hotel you can find a variety of restaurants serving the traditional Hue cuisine that has made Hue famous.
The hotel’s dining room gets lots of natural light and looks out over the Huong River. There’s a cozy bar near the lobby and another bar with an impressive view of the city below. If you're not up for the dining room you can choose to have your meals served in the private dining room.
Keep active with the hotel’s swimming pool and fitness room. At the spa, you can warm up in the dry sauna and the Jacuzzi. The spa also provides convenient lockers and towels.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel, as well as in the guest rooms. Air-conditioned rooms have bright interiors, with chic, modern designs. You’ll have ample desk space, as well as a minibar and a LED TV. Private bathrooms come with hair dryers. There’s also in-room coffee and tea making facilities.
If you want to have a meeting or an event, Moonlight Hotel offers a wide range of rooms sizes and configurations. You can host anywhere from 40 to 150 guests. All of these spaces have multimedia and audio-visual equipment. There are computers available for guests in the quiet business center.
Rates include all taxes.
1 DoubleOR 2 Single