Giang Linh Hotel

Address: 311 Ly Tu Trong, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 311 Ly Tu Trong, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, and Hotel de Ville.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGiang Linh Hotel Ho Chi Minh City

    Reviewed by kenobi61

    Prima fregatura

    Reviewed Nov 7, 2010
    by (10 reviews) Stresa , Italy Flag of Italy

    Appena arrivati, frastornati dal viaggio e consapevoli di non conoscere ancora il Paese abbastanza, si mette in conto di beccarsi delle fregature. Ma 30$ per questo albergo mediocre e' un furto!!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Giang Linh Hotel Ho Chi Minh City

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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