At the Morin Hotel, you’ll be just steps away from the Truong Tien Bridge, one the city’s most noteworthy architectural sites. Next to the bridge, you’ll find a couple of public parks with interesting public monuments. From here, you can embark on boating tours of the Perfume River aboard one of the boats painted to look like a dragon. Cross over the bridge to reach Hue’s old Imperial City, the former residence of the Nguyen Dynasty. After you explore the various buildings, you can see a small collection of royal artifacts at the Museum of Royal Antiquities. The surrounding area is also a good spot for exploring Hue’s many excellent restaurants.
Morin Hotel is one of Hue’s classic hotels, and one of the first hotels in central Hue. This hotel was built at the beginning of the 20th century by a French businessman. You can see the Old World influence in the European furniture and polished wood floors. Curtains sweep aside to reveal enormous glass doors and spacious terraces.
You can choose from three restaurants and three bars on the grounds of the hotel. The royal dining room is reservation only and comes with a traditional music performance. Le Panorama Bar plays Vietnamese movies in the background, and the lobby bar serves afternoon tea with freshly baked cakes. Visit the poolside bar and have a few sips between laps.
Rooms are comfortable and come with a welcome plate of fresh fruit, as well as tea and coffee. You can set up your laptop at the room’s desk — every room comes with Wi-Fi and cable TV. The hotel ensures a comfortable stay with daily maid service and 24-room service. Private bathrooms come stocked with fluffy bathrobes and a hairdryer. There is a safety deposit at the hotel’s front desk, as well as in the room. You can request an ironing board and iron, and make use of the same-day laundry service.
There are meeting and conference rooms that business travelers can reserve. Travelers can also make use of the convenient business center. Guests can also book the enormous event rooms, which are beautifully decorated in red and gold.