Where to Stay in Hue, Vietnam: From Hostels to Hotels in Hue, we Pick the Best for Every Budget

Where to stay in Hue for backpackers, flashpackers and luxury travelers

best hotels Hue, Vietnam

Wondering where to stay in Hue, Vietnam? The good news is, there is a huge selection of hotels in Hue. The bad news? It’s so hard to choose! Here are our recommendations of the best hotels in Hue Vietnam for backpackers, flashpackers, mid-range, and luxury travelers.

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The attractions of Hue are subtler than those of nearby charming Hoi An or bustling Hanoi, but visiting Hue is a traveller’s best opportunity to understand how typical Vietnamese people live. It is also a fantastic destination for vegans and vegetarians who want to try typical Vietnamese Buddhist cuisine – seriously, it is veggie heaven!

Hue is also an excellent jumping-off point for Phong Nha and points south.

Accommodation in Hue Vietnam tends to be good value and so plentiful that figuring out where to stay in Hue can take hours. Lucky for you, I’ve already spent hours doing the research and have compiled my best recommendations for each budget.

Just pick your Hue accommodation below and spend more time enjoying your trip to Vietnam! You’re welcome!

Where to Stay in Hue: Hue Vietnam Hotels for Every Budget

These are our recommendations for the best hotels in Hue, Vietnam.

All prices are approximate and current as of September 2018. Ratings come from Booking.com.

Freedom Hostel

Rating 8.9, $4/night for a dorm bed, breakfast included



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This is one of the most popular hostels in Hue and is located right in the centre of the tourist district, so you won’t need to look far for restaurants or cafes. They have a 6-bed female dorm and a 10-bed mixed dorm and offer an evening family style meal that you can join for only 40,000 VND (less than $2). If you’re looking for a great Hue hostel, this is the one.

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Sunny B Hotel

Rating 9.0, $16 for a double, breakfast not included



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where to stay in hue

We stayed here and loved it. I loved the Sunny B Hotel so much I stayed here twice. The rooms are big and include a balcony and excellent, professional plumbing in the bathroom. If you’ve travelled in Asia for a while you’ll know just how rare good plumbing is.

The location is also good, if a little outside of the action, with the highly-rated Family Home Restaurant just across the street.

You can also try Sunny A Hotel, their sister property →

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The Scarlett Boutique Hotel

Rating 9.7, $38-44 for a double, breakfast included



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If you’re hankering after a little bit of inexpensive luxury, this place looks outstanding. It kind of makes me want to cry to think about the horrible room we got in India for the same price.

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Vedana Lagoon Resort & Spa

Rating 9.4, $86 for a waterfront double, $120 for a bungalow, $230 for a honeymoon villa with private pool, breakfast included



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where to stay in hue

There aren’t a huge number of Hue luxury hotels but if you want to completely spoil yourself then head out of Hue to this lagoon-side luxury resort. You can stay in a villa or a private bungalow and treat yourself to massage, Tai Chi, and yoga.

Sigh. Let’s go there now. This might just be the best place to stay in Hue.

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There are so many hotels in Hue it can be intimidating to try and find the best spot, but that’s why we’re here. We hope this helps you with your search for where to stay in Hue! It’s a great city and we want you to have a great visit.

(Don’t miss: Our recommendations on the best places to stay in Hanoi and Hoi An)


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  Happy mindful adventures, Jane & Stephen

It’s easy to help us keep this blog going! Some of the links in this post are our personal affiliate links. All hotel photos are property of Booking.com. If you book or buy something using one of the links in this post we’ll earn a small fee at no extra cost to you. Of course we would never recommend anything we didn’t 100% believe in! Huge thanks in advance! –S&J

Looking for the best hotels in Hue, Vietnam? Here are our top picks of where to stay in Hue for every budget!

Hi, I’m Jane, founder and chief blogger on My Five Acres. I’ve lived in six countries and have camped, biked, trekked, kayaked, and explored in 50! At My Five Acres, our mission is to inspire you to live your most adventurous life and help you to travel more and more mindfully.

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