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Guide to Gay Friendly Hotel in Da Lat Vietnam (2022 Updated)

Đà Lạt, the capital of Lâm Đồng Province in southern Vietnam’s Central Highlands, is centered around a lake and golf course, and surrounded by hills, pine forests, lakes and waterfalls and of course gay friendly hotel Da Lat. Known as the “City of Eternal Spring” for its distinctive temperate climate, Đà Lạt was developed as a resort by the French in the early 1900s, and many reminders of its colonial heritage remain.

As for the gay friendly hotel, after Ho Chi Minh it’s time to explore the best Gay friendly hotel Da Lat Vietnam.

 

1. Zen Valley Dalat 3* – Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat

 

Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat
Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat

Zen Valley Dalat is a family owned resort surrounded by nature. Offering rooms and bungalows with a terrace and free WiFi, the property has its own restaurant and a 24-hour front desk.

Zen Valley Dalat is 2 km from Dalat Flower Gardens 3.5 km from Dalat Market and 4.5 km from Xuan Huong Lake. Dalat Airport is 30 km away.

Each room and bungalow features a flat-screen cable TV, seating area and electric kettle. Private bathroom comes with shower, hairdryer and free toiletries.

Bungalows and Guest Rooms in a very quiet valley on the outskirts. The panoramic view is always an experience. Cloud images reminiscent of old children’s book images. Golden-orange sunrises can start wonderful days and the early sunsets are indescribably beautiful. On foot, on bicycles, motorcycles or cars can achieve so numerous and interesting destinations.

This was by far the best place I have stayed in Da Lat. Not the best location for shopping, but if you are looking for a quiet downtime away from city life, you would enjoy this neighborhood and its mesmerizing view.

The entire grounds are really well kept and the hotel is about 10 minutes drive/motorbike ride out of the main town which is perfect if you are wanting a quiet retreat in Da Lat.

The resort is  located along a private valley, so all the room have a pine forest view, which remind us the traditional Da Lat.

Positioned about 10 minutes out from the centre of town and overlooking part of the valley, this boutique size hotel has a choice of hotel or bungalow style accommodation available. The bungalows are of a good size and well appointed in both bed and bathroom. The infinity pool also overlooks the valley and creates a tranquil space to cool off. The attached restaurant provides good breakfast and dinner options of both local and western cuisine. The support from staff is excellent, (the young man ‘Gin’ is a hoot) and a range of day tours with a driver and car can be tailored to your needs.

Room is  spacious and clean. Bed and furniture are designed in the classic style. Our room have a two large windows, that give us a full forest view.

Breakfast – Banh Flan was delicious. Coffee was good. Housekeeping did an excellent job. Room and bathroom was extremely clean even though there were many curtains and I am very sensitive to dust so this is impressive. Laundry was good and prompt.

Zen Valley Dalat
Zen Valley Dalat

How much does a room costs at Hotel Zen Valley Dalat?

 

Prices start 35$/night for Superior King Room. The Deluxe Bungalow is 50$/room per night with breakfast included.

This bungalow is fan cooled and features a warm wooden interior. It is fitted with a terrace, flat-screen cable TV, seating area and electric kettle. Private bathroom comes with shower, hairdryer and free toiletries.

Accommodation comes as either a one-storey or two-storey bungalow.

Where to book online – Zen Valley Dalat–  Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat – you can find the best hotels deals in Da Lat  during Dalat  – Flower Festival  on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

2. Sammy Dalat Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat 

Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat
Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat

Sammy Dalat Hotel is along Le Hong Phong Street in Dalat. Free Wi-Fi is available in the guest rooms.

Rooms at Sammy Hotel are decorated in French and Vietnamese styles. Each is fitted with a TV, safety deposit box and minibar.

Guests can play golf, work out in the gym, or indulge in a relaxing massage. The hotel also offers laundry services, a tour desk and a business centre with free internet.

Welcome to Sammy Dalat Hotel, your Da Lat “home away from home.” Sammy Dalat Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

Close to some of Da Lat’s most popular landmarks, such as Bao Dai’s Palace (0.4 mi) and Lam Vien Square (0.9 mi), Sammy Dalat Hotel is a great destination for tourists.

Rooms at Sammy Dalat Hotel offer a minibar providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

Sammy Hotel located in excellent place where you can walk few minutes from hotel to night market.

Built by the French, Dalat (Đà Lạt) has the feel of a European mountain village, with lovely hotels and beautiful countryside. While the premier hotel in town is the Dalat Palace (go there for an afternoon cocktail, even if you aren’t staying at that hotel), the Sammy Dalat is a beautiful, reasonably priced hotel, but with a big downside (the mediocre food) and a potential uncomfortable downside (lack of air-conditioning).

Since Dalat has an elevation of 1,500 meters (4,900 feet), the weather is generally temperate. Consequently, many hotels, including the Sammy Dalat, do not have air conditioning. Each room is equipped with an oscillating fan, which we used daily since the weather was warm during our visit.

This is my favourite hotel of our Vietnam adventure. It is romantic and charming. I loved the style and opulence. The staff were lovely and the breakfast was good. We are able to easily walk to the night markets which were great.

Good location for the Crazy House and Xuan Huong Lake – you need a guide to tell the Romeo and Juliet equivalent story by the lake, and the night market which should not be missed for bargains – need to negotiate. Rooms are spacious and good facilities. Buffet breakfast was splendid. Staff were helpful and efficient.

Lobby and Check-In
The lobby is a bit dated, but the check-in personnel are friendly and helpful. Check-in was efficient. There was one shop with “collectible items” and an unstaffed travel desk.

Sammy Dalat Hotel
Sammy Dalat Hotel

Building
The exterior of the hotel is attractive, and it’s located close to Dalat attractions, so you can walk to many places in town. Elevators are slow, but if you’re on one of the lower floors, it’s quite easy to take the grand staircase.

Rooms
Sleeping rooms are attractive, and the beds are comfortable. There is one desk, but you can also use the small tea table as a work surface if both guests wish to use their computers or mobile devices. There were few electrical outlets, especially bedside, so it’s best to bring a small multi-plug, travel extension cord.

The bathroom was adequate, with plenty of hot water in the shower. However, the design of the shower causes water to flood over the edge and onto the floor.

Dining
breakfast buffet is included in the price of the night’s stay in the hotel, but the buffet has few choices of food. Since nearly everyone in the hotel tends to come to breakfast at the same time, the buffet is chaotic with all the guest waiting for servers to bring out additional plates of food. Seating was in three separate areas, one of which felt as though it was a tent pitched over an outdoor concrete patio floor.

Overall
The Sammy Dalat was fine for a couple of nights, particularly at its low rate of about $50-60 USD per night. If you want a more luxurious experience, go for the Dalat Palace at about $140-150 USD per night.

How much does a room costs at Sammy Dalat Hotel?

Prices start 55$/night for Double Bed Room. The Deluxe Double is 60$/room per night with breakfast included.

This room offers a personal safe, cable flat-screen TV and private bathroom with shower.

Where to book online – Sammy Dalat Hote l–  Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat – you can find the best hotels deals in Da Lat  during Dalat  – Flower Festival  on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

3. Dalat Home 3* – Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat Vietnam

Gay Friendly Hotels Da Lat
Gay Friendly Hotels Da Lat

Boasting a garden, shared lounge and free WiFi, Dalat Home is set in Da Lat, 2.8 km from Xuan Huong Lake and 2.8 km from Yersin Park Da Lat. The property is situated 3.1 km from Lam Vien Square. Dalat Flower Gardens is 5 km from the hotel and Truc Lam Temple is 5 km away.

Fitted with hardwood or parquet floors, the rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom comes with a bath or shower and free toiletries.

Take a captivating journey to Dalat and discover the charm and luxury of our centrally-located boutique hotel. Stay away from city crowd and noise, Dalat Home is a great and peaceful place to relax and enjoy the fresh air, the sun and the spectacular view in Da Lat. Just as our name, stay with us and feel like Home.

Rooms were excellent – very fresh and clean. Lots of attention to detail.
The only minor criticism would be the limited breakfast choice. No nice fresh bread or local fruits which would have made a great start to the day.

The place for breakfast was so comfortable with a beautiful view but not so many choices for food.

Highly recommended newly build hotel on the hill near the south entrance of the city.
Have to take a cab if you want to go downtown. Clean room, well working equipment.

The wide-window offer a superb to the city. Near city bus station, sometime will hear the station announcement over speaker but not to loud.

Dalat Home Hotel
Dalat Home Hotel

 

How much does a room costs at Home Dalat Hotel?

Prices start 35$/night for Standard Bed Room. The Deluxe Double is 40$/room per night with breakfast included.

This double room features a balcony and electric kettle.

Where to book online – Dalat Home Hote –  Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat – you can find the best hotels deals in Da Lat  during Dalat  – Flower Festival  on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

4. Dalat Edensee Lake Resort & Spa 5* – Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat 

 

Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat
Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat

Offering views stretching across forests and lakes, Dalat Edensee Lake Resort & Spa provides luxurious 5-star accommodation with free Wi-Fi and a private hot tub. Golf simulators, a cinema and cigar lounge are available.

Boasting private balconies with scenic views, elegant rooms have a flat-screen TV and comfortable armchair. Spacious bathrooms have a bathtub, hairdryer and bathrobes.

The Resort offers 112 rooms which are set up in three distinct categories and villas. The European designed villas with all international standard amenities and equipment are situated within three different areas. Furthermore is each room category named after a flower from our local landscape.All villas are surrounded by natural landscaping; bursting with Dalat flowers and most offer a view of the beautiful Tuyen Lam Lake.

The resort is in a peaceful location on the lake about 30 minutes drive from Da Lat town. The grounds of the resort are very pretty and very well maintained with pine trees a large fresh water lake. The lake and surrounds reminded us of Wolfgangsee Lake.

The groups of 4 rooms in each villa is very nice and the architecture and decor of the buildings on the estate look wonderful. The resort has a free shuttle that goes in to Da Lat 3 times per day and collects you in town 3 times per day for the return trip to the resort. The rooms and bathrooms are a good size and the internet is fast and available in most areas but we had to have the routers reset a couple of times.

The resort: World class and more overlooking a lake quiet, serene peaceful tucked away in a pine plantation.

Facilities: Edensee has it all tennis, pool, golf (near by) lake activities health centre and more.

Staff: As good as i have ever encountered world wide, so beautiful ,friendly, helpful but most of all genuine and really want to interact.

Location: Perfect out of the hustle and bustle so beatiful and peacefully quiet.

The lake was breathtakingly beautiful and we could see it from not only the balcony and the living room but also the bathroom. All guest rooms are in the villa style, and reachable either on foot or with golf buggies. All the villas face the lake direction in a slopped landscape toward the lake so everyone can get a great view with privacy. I am surprised that there are no guest rooms in the big lobby building, which is dedicated to providing many of the resort indoor facilities and entertainment, e.g. library, piano, pool table, cinema, karaoke, tea room and ballrooms of different sizes for events. The main lobby building is a great place to just simply sit and enjoy its architectural elements, which somehow resemble those of the European castles and museums. We could hear the peacocks’ echo sound as their hiding place was right on top of the building.

We were impressed by the architecture, design, and facilities of our room and were told that all the furniture and decoration items were imported from Germany. Our room was spacious with separate living room, bedroom, 2 restrooms (one in the living room), a big bathroom with a strong and clean Jacuzzi tub, 3 heaters and a Nespresso machine in the room’s coffee corner (big plus, though the capsules were limited) and the hotel or the designer was quite thoughtful to have a mini washbasin right next to it (amazing, other hotels should learn from this).

Dalat Edensee Lake Resort & Spa
Dalat Edensee Lake Resort & Spa

We were very satisfied with the quality of the heaters and the immediate hot and strong water, which were so soothing for the cold weather. The hot Jacuzzi tub was a wonderful treat after our 90-minute relaxation in the resort’s massage and sauna (which were free as included in the room rate of Camellia Suite). We also noticed that they had a salon, the gym and the heated swimming pool in the same Spa & Massage building but we didn’t use them.

The hall for breakfast buffet came with indoor and outdoor options, we tried both on each day of our stay. Sitting outdoor was not much cold as we chose the corner which was hidden from the breeze, we did enjoy the breakfast varieties and the view of the pine tree forest. We spotted 2 peacocks and deer walking around, which were told to be taken care of by the resort. We did use the complimentary afternoon tea in a cozy-looking room next to the lobby, where tasty cakes, cookies and fruit were offered, with soft piano melody.

 

How much does a room costs at Dalat Edensee Lake Resort & Spa?

Prices start 120$/night for Deluxe Double with Pine Hill View. The Junior Suite with Lake View
is 170$/room per night with breakfast included.

This suite features a private balcony offering lake views and a living room with sofa. A private bathroom with two basins and a separate guest toilet are included.

Where to book online – Dalat Edensee Lake Resort & Spa –  Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat – you can find the best hotels deals in Da Lat  during Dalat  – Flower Festival  on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

5. The Orchid Villa Dalat 4* – Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat Vietnam

 

The Orchid Villa Dalat
The Orchid Villa Dalat

Ngoc Lan Villa Dalat offers accommodation in Da Lat.

Offering free WiFi access, all rooms features a flat-screen TV with cable channels. En suite bathroom comes with shower facility. Instant coffee and tea are offered free of charge.

Located downtown Dalat City, Hoa Ngoc Lan – The Orchid villa is a mere 30 minutes drive from Lien Khuong airport and steps away from the main bus station. Offering luxury rooms, the villa is the preferred choice for leisure travelers seeking for first class facilities and relaxing atmosphere rooms.

The staff are friendly and amazing and very helpful, the breakfast was fantastic and the room was clean, comfortable and had an amazing view. Sweetheart staff with delightful clean rooms, all mod cons, and a great view. I particularly enjoyed the restaurant for breakfast.

The Orchid Villa makes a wonderful base from which to explore Dalat and the surrounding area.

The room was spacious and very clean, with a comfortable bed, fridge, tea and coffee maker and plenty of storage.The whole hotel has lovely views and we saw a different sunset every evening from the king room.
The breakfast had to be chosen the night before from a Vietnamese or Western menu and was delicious and plentiful. The hotel also served lunch and dinner from a small menu — very welcome after a long day out. We are in a couple of days and found the food delicious.

The Orchid Villa is in a quiet residential neighbourhood away from the bustle of Dalat. Taxis are plentiful and cheap and it’s a 5 or 10 minutes ride into town. There are some cafes and a restaurant within walking distance if you don’t mind climbing a hill! There is also a basic grocery store close by.

The Orchid Villa Dalat
The Orchid Villa Dalat

The view was absolutely stunning with huge glass windows on each level overlooking the mountains. Amazing sunsets! The rooms where immaculate and so clean with a comfortable king size bed and a massive shower.

Breakfast was delicious and brought down to your room each morning. Perfect place for a romantic getaway! They gave us great tips for places to eat or things to do during the day and we were able to hire a motorbike from them to get around the town.

 

How much does a room costs at The Orchid Villa Dalat?

Prices start 40$/night for King Room with Mountain View. The Orchid Deluxe Private Villa is 150$/room per night with breakfast included.

This villa has a balcony, cable TV and barbecue.

Where to book online – The Orchid Villa Dalat –  Gay Friendly Hotel Da Lat – you can find the best hotels deals in Da Lat  during Dalat  – Flower Festival  on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.