During springtime, Da Lat is Vietnam’s most popular tourist destination for international and domestic visitors. Thus, hotels are quick to get fully booked if you don’t make a reservation well in advance. Don’t get frustrated yet as there are many hotel alternatives to help you fully enjoy your vacation in this “Little Paris”.
Where to Stay If Da Lat Is Fully Booked
Camping in Da Lat
Camping beside Da Lat Tuyen Lam lake
Camping on Mount Lang Biang
Glamping in Da Lat
Glamping includes everything you need, just like a hotel. You can visit one of these glamping sites in Da Lat:
- CampArt by #Mojen [view map] (only 30 guests/day)
- Twin Beans Farm [view map]
- Dalat Camp [view map] (only 20 guests/day)
- Cu Lan Village [view map] (*)
(*) Cu Lan Village is a tourist village. You can choose to stay in a resort, a bungalow, or a Son Cuoc house at a price from VND 1,500,000 to VND 2,500,00 per day.
Glamping at Campart by #Mojen
Da Lat Camp
Cu Lan Village
Read more at Camping with Style – Glamping in Vietnam
Homestays in Da Lat
Da Lat offers endless options for homestays, so even if the hotels and resorts in Da Lat don’t have available rooms, you can easily find a humble homestay. Even though you might need to sacrifice a little bit of quality and comfort and homestays’ facilities are quite basic, the hospitality of the hosts is incredible.
To book rooms, you can either send messages on the homestay’s Facebook page or dial their hotlines, instead of emails since it may take hours or even days to receive the reply.
Da Lat Facebook Groups
These Facebook groups are where you can post your question onto the wall to ask where to stay/eat/drink at the time or days before your trip in case you need to find where to stay if da lat is fully booked.
Check out the What to do on Your First Time in Da Lat.
Key Takeaways When Booking Accommodations during Peak Seasons – Where to Stay If Da Lat Is Fully Booked
Book your hotel rooms 15-20 days before your arrival to avoid high hotel requests and inflated prices during the peak holiday season.
- In terms of accommodations recommended in the Da Lat Facebook Groups, be careful prepayment scams. Read reviews and check carefully if you can pay upon arrival at the hotels
- Check out “Book now, pay later” accommodations through websites. You won’t have to worry about where you’re going to stay, but you can also look for other hotels or cancel your booking without any problems.
- Beware of scammers trying to lure you to go into their homestay/hotels once they’re spotted you’re confused about where to stay.
Read more about What to do in Da Lat Travel Guide.
Our Final Takes on Where to Stay if Da Lat is Fully Booked
Keep in mind those hotels alternatives, Facebook groups where you can ask for information quickly and directly, and especially the heads-up to fully enjoy your trip to Da Lat. Share if you have any useful tips when facing such a situation if going on a vacation.