How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
Photos of Saigon Hotel
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Saigon Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... streets was refreshing and a perfect place to wind down the evening.
Bich duyen was an awesome place to stay, the man running the show was so accommodating and helpful. I would definitely recommend staying there.
Entry #1 Tristan:
I've never written a mass email or blog. But I've decided to make a valiant effort because maybe I'm feeling ambitious...or maybe it's all because of my loving mother. On every adventure ...
... and that was it. Never mind. But we walked out feeling a little more human, and met our group. Luckily for us they're a lovely bunch. All very welcoming and made us feel slightly more at home in such an unusual environment. We started with a tour around the city with stops to some pretty cool places. We nearly died of dehydration as it's ...
... Binh Mi they offered, but thought it was too late / early for food. After a short walk on the main road I saw a hotel sign in a side road - it was not the hotel I was looking for, but Golden View hotel (not sure it is the same that was recommended - though it had the same name).
The receptionist thought they could charge me a bit more for a room due to the time, but after a quick conversation with the manager over the phone the price went down to the usual 400,000 - from ...
... would have been stuck in the lift dreaming of pizza, very lucky escape! Thankfully instead we had a romantic candle lit dinner enjoying a break from the neon lights and noise!
The following day, the bus picked us up and we were on a 12 hour bus journey to Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City. We fought off the barrage of taxi drivers and walked to the hostel (budget backpackers at heart). We found some dinner and had an early night for a day of city exploring the day after. The ...
... respectively. The botanical gardens contained a zoo that we were unaware of, so ended up spending a longer time there wandering around - it was more of a zoo than gardens really. Not a big fan of zoos really, especially as there was limited space for the animals and questionable habits, but it had us entertained for long enough I suppose! Our final successful viewing was to the reunification palace, which lived up to expectations. Though not very old, it ...