Graceful Saigon Hotel

63 Bui Vien St., Dist.1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City, 70000, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 63 Bui Vien St., Dist.1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, and La Maison de L'Apothiquaire.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGraceful Saigon Hotel Ho Chi Minh City

    Reviewed by masovy_kasparek

    Average hotel, noisy street

    Reviewed Feb 5, 2013
    by (5 reviews) , Czech Republic Flag of Czech Republic

    The hotel is quite nice, thou a bit expensive for the 32 USD/night. Breakfast is good. Nice and friendly stuff. But the noise outside during the night is unbearable even with the earplugs, so never stay in the room facing the main street, since the simple glass in the windows do not protect from the outside noise at all.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Graceful Saigon Hotel Ho Chi Minh City

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    Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

    A day in Ho Chi Minh City

    A travel blog entry by trebsontour on May 01, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Han Ngon for our last Vietnamese lunch. Next stop was the hotel pool for a swim before heading off to the 'prison' just around the corner in the botanical gardens. This was the site of the Ho Chi Min zoo. It was a disgusting example of how animals should not be kept with small, filthy enclosures and little protection for the animals from the masses of locals who taunted them and threw food and rubbish into their inadequate pens. It really did feel like ...

    Miss Saigon!

    A travel blog entry by jserafi on Apr 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... English and seemed to be a little 'too kool for skool' with his reversed baseball cap and his Nike air trainers! The first thing to hit us when leaving the airport was the were definitely in the South of the country now and boy did we know it! The humidity felt more dense and heavy than the North and that was difficult enough to cope with! Nevertheless we made our introductions to the new guide and continued on in our pimped up four wheel drive ...

    Last day

    A travel blog entry by inhovea on Mar 22, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Linda and Clare on their manicures and Judy and I went up to have our massages. It was lovely, with hots rocks, and very relaxing. We heard the other girls come up giggling, apparently they had been surprised by a man standing in his undies when they were shown into the changing room.
    The manicure was not great, but it was nice to sit and be pampered a bit longer, enjoying the after effects of the massage. Once the other girls ...

    The Mekong Delta and Saigon

    A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Mar 03, 2014

    19 photos

    ... stop of the day was the War Remnants museum, which I remember from 2000 as being extremely haunting, but they have definitely toned it down a lot, removing most of the foetuses harmed by Agent Orange that were in jars from wall displays, and focusing more on photo displays instead. They even changed the name from War Crimes Museum. It is still a very one sided portrayal of the 'American War' but gives a good insight into the history of Vietnam and the various ...

    Don’t call it Saigon

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Feb 25, 2014

    24 photos

    ... scrounge around for part-time work, such as teaching English, or working as an interpreter.

    According to our guide, the Vietnamese government has taken a hands-off approach to the economy. Anything goes. And we certainly saw lots of evidence of the free enterprise system along the streets of Saigon. Political dissent seems possible, but only one political party is permitted.

    The government provides a lot of infrastructure: electricity and water are provided, roads ...