Moevenpick Hotel Saigon
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... night we went to Morning glory for food and I had a fantastic sea bass curry while Sam and Callum both had traditional beef noodle dishes. I fully believe that if I lived in Hoi An I would need a forklift to get me around. We left Morning Glory and wandered around the town snapping photos. It was our last night and we knew we would miss the town so much. As we were getting the night bus the following day we set about making the most of our last day by doing a little shopping. Sam ...
... repeat. For the city sight tour we were met by a lady who absolutely loves her city, and two other drivers of Vespas, one for each of us to ride on the back of. Bryony started out fairly nervous clinging tightly to her driver, but within 5 minutes she was totally comfortable, and stopped holding on. David wasn't so sure about going from one extreme to the other, but there were no mishaps as the drivers ducked and weaved in the traffic. Being on the back of a ...
... of the country and the population. load a great day on the Mekong Delta been taken around one of the floating markets. We then went for lunch at a local restaurant , we went there by boat and was in this back water some where. Was nice and was able to even have a beer. we then travelled back to Vinh Long by boat, we then walked through a local market then it was back on the bus back to ...
... for 'cigarettes' must sound very similar to our English word 'milk' as every time we asked for milk at road side stores we were offered a pack of twenty!?! We asked an English speaker about this and it turns out that the words sound.....Nothing alike! Our desperation for a cuppa must just have been taken for nicotine withdrawal ;) As we had to leave at 5.15am we wanted to get our passports back the day before. John explained this to the receptionist and she ...
... way to the post office, we stopped at the HSBC branch to ask if there was an ANZ branch in the city, it was round the corner! I used their in-branch phone to call a generic number and was given an address and told to collect my card from there the next day, all I needed was the slip of paper the ATM gave me when it swalled my card and my passport! The man who runs the guesthouse we are staying in offered to take me there and back free of charge on the back of his scooter. This ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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