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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeventy Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
We were supposed to be staying at the Phan Anh backpackers hotel but after a very long journey from Sihanoukville and a very early arrival at 1am we were told our room was not available as they were having problems with the toilet so we had to move to their sister hotel - the one I am reviewing. The room was okay but had no natural light - the window was in the corridor and therefore we heard everyone coming and going at all hours. The room was small but well furnished and maintained. Do not book the bus ticket with the tour office - we brought a multi stop bus ticket and the quality of buses were terrible and sometimes were not buses at all, just small run down minibuses - considering we booked the sleeper bus at a higher price, it was extremely annoying. We did also keep requesting to go back to the hostel but were told several different stories of why we could not return and we heard other people had also been transferred here so it seems a regular occurrence.
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