Moevenpick Hotel Saigon
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoevenpick Hotel Saigon Ho Chi Minh City
It's a small hotel, with a small pool, a bar and fitness centre. However the rooms were really comfortable, nice design with huge windows which I absolutely love. There's a Japanese restaurant downstairs and a little cafe with great seats.
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We arrived at around lunchtime where the hotel, the Moevenpick Saigon, had sent a car to collect us. We were charged $15 for the convenience however after discovering we were only 10 minutes away from the airport we decided that being ripped off wasn't worth it and that uber would be our transport mode over the next couple of days.
... 4th floor with no lift! There is not a lot of wording in english here so it's a bit of a guessing game, although we have managed to translate some of the menus in to english online to make sure that we're not eating dog or rat! We stopped for a beer in a bamboo bar and watched the world go by from the balcony. The Asian guy working there was convinced he knew Ian and was chatting away to him and was very accommodating and friendly, Ian just played along with ...
... successful in this area because they knew the jungle very well. They were very smart with their traps and their tunnels. The coolest idea that I found out was the Viet Cong wore their shoes (sandals made out of tires) backwards so their tracks would send the American soldiers in the complete opposite way.
It was really an amazing and interesting day.
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... there is equally as much that is very real, very honest, and very tragic. After all…it was a war no different than any other war in the unspeakable horrors that accompanied it. The bullet ridden bunkers still stand, defaming the beauty of much of the countryside. The rusted bomb and missile casings still lie strewn in the fields, in the villages, against bamboo hut walls, food stalls, coffee shops, massage parlours, and ...
... Many lean and look like the next little wind or wave will wash them over. The people wave and always smile. They are so friendly and kind. The pictures can't show the smell however and the first part of the journey is interesting...especially when we pass the fish sauce factories. Now that's a unique smell!! (Insert scrunched up nose face here!!!!!!!! )
As we move further down the River the air finally clears and there is alot less pollution in the ...