About guides, every boarder must acquaint himself/herself with the rules and regulations of the hostel. He/she must obey these rules strictly. Ignorance of rules will not be accepted as an excuse.
Notes in room
All boarders of a room or hostel shall jointly and/or as a whole be responsible for any loss/damage of the property of the hostel in Vietnam.
Boarders on leaving their rooms shall always switch off the lights and fans.
Most sites will have reviews from previous travelers. By all means read them, and generally they will help you get a feel for a place, but in the same token some people have nothing better to do than to complain for the sake of complaining
The larger the dorm, the more potential annoyances but the cheaper the bed. Try to stay in smaller dorms if your budget allows.
Remember you’re roughing it. Just consider the trade off between money, personal space, and a decent nights sleep.
Types of room
If you sleep in a dorm, you could be sharing a bathroom with up to a dozen people, which can lead to dirtiness and long waits for showers or no hot water. Again, your personal space is compromised.
Depending on whether you are solo, a couple, or a family, a private or family room in a hostel are almost always cheaper than hotels, and dorm rooms are cheaper again.To stay in a hotel or a resort as a family can get expensive.