Putting aside the horribleness of the first night, the hotel was good - it was clean, had a comfortable bed and pillows, air conditioning, 50-odd channels on cable TV and a fridge.
Peter did make use of the rooftop garden to read his book whilst I sat in front of the computer - the Wi-Fi was shocking. It would work for a couple of minutes then die. I ended up using the unsecured signal from a neighbouring guesthouse with great success.
There were 2 communal computers in the lobby, and that's about it. Breakfast was a bread roll, jam, coffee (with sweetened tinned milk) and a fried egg. I asked for hard boiled one morning but the girl who does breakfasts doesn't speak English.
Not sure if we'd come back here - a lot of the other guesthouses we looked at were either full or only had rooms on high floors, but seemed to be better value.
As an aside, we were given the latest copy (less than 6 months old) of Lonely Planet for Vietnam just before we left Cambodia. The Ngoc Minh Hotel has a great write up with prices ranging from US$10-US$12. Goes to prove that one good write up can double the price. Or am I just cynical?