We arrived in Dalat and headed to the Dreams hotel, which unfortunately was fully booked. However, the owner's brother owns Thien An and after a quick phone call, he was there to pick us up in about 5 mins. The service was very very good and the owner very friendly and helpful. While it is a little further out of town, we did not mind this as we enjoy walking, plus it really was a lot quieter being away from that incessant honking.
The rooms were of good size, but I wasn't too fussed on the combined wet floor shower and toilet as the toilet and floor got wet every time you showered. I slept ok...it was the quietest night we had had so far, but the walls were thin (as seems to be the case in most Vietnamese hotels) and the mattress and pillow were hard (again, that seems to be the norm here too).
The breakfast was great. Everything laid out on the table from fresh fruits, baguettes, divine Dalat jam, ham, tomatoes, fresh eggs, fresh juice. And as much as you could eat.
All in all great value for USD$25 a night I think it was.