Số 3 Đường Huỳnh Thúc Kháng, Phường 4, Thành phố Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam
An amazing place to be and sleep. It is mainly a day time tourist attraction, so don't go there for quiet time. On the other hand in the night everything is dark and closed and you won't see anyone. You are free to stroll around in all the little corners and the hundreds of strange stairways. The rooms are definitely special. Like a fairy tail. They are small and our room was moldy and the water did not drain in the bathroom. One more down point was that we could not enter the hotel after coming back in the evening because the night porter was on the phone or otherwise indisposed. Still, wouldn't want to have missed the experience of sleeping there, but next time I will choose a more expensive room with more aerring possibilities
Very interesting place. It was far bigger than I expected. The staff was super friendly and helpful! Would recommend bringing sturdy shoes to explore, especially if it rains and staying till sunset/night since the place also has great lighting. Entrance was 60k as of September 2019.
What an awesome place to visit. The architect who created such unorthodox and marvelously abstract structures surrounding several uniquely constructed dwellings is a genius. Also being a female in such a conservative country just adds to her achievement. I thought I was going to see a small unusual house, instead I stepped through the looking glass. Come to Da Lat and make sure you too step through the looking glass. You won't be disappointed
It’s indeed crazy house. It’s crazy idea already for designer to design this hotel. It was fun walking inside. Good views from the top. Be careful walking in those narrow stairs.
It was well worth the ticket price. The place has many things to explore. Safety is not the first concern there so you should be really careful when you go with kids. My 2.5 year old son had loads of fun there even though I avoided taking him to the higher places.