Saigon Royal Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Saigon Royal Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
It was an epic effort and mad rush but we made it to the plane and to Ho Chi Minh in one piece. After a walk around town to find some spring rolls for dinner we chilled out with a can or two of 333 beer and caught up on some sleep.
... ideas and to get a feel for him and couldn’t believe the enthusiasm, efficiency and details in the responses. So far I am thinking “impressive”! After a few more emails and photos we thought we had known this guy for ages. On the day he meets us In the hotel foyer as arranged, bang on time and the four of us settle in his van. From the start we felt very privileged with the treatment we got, a very personalised ...
... the denominations are too large for me to get my head around the conversion. Would like to go back on our return visit, they're not the cheapest but would like to have look around. Love a good market.
Walking back to our hotel we faced the challenge of our first road crossing. We came out of the markets at a very busy roundabout, there were no pedestrian crossings insight and we ran out of footpath. We had to take the plunge and cross the ...
... to make our way to the War Remnants Museum only to discover that it was closed over lunch (Note to self - before embarking on a day always check open hours in Vietnam - many things close in the middle of the day). Obvious back up plan was to go eat. Happened upon a great Vegetarian restaurant which is rated highly on Trip Advisor (TA) Walking in over the little bridge felt like we were entering a little oasis within a busy city. Food was quite simply - delicious. ...
... aid from the West for the next twenty years, including all Western language books. Thoi and many others battled to continue their English studies by listening to BBC broadcast in the middle of the night. These times were very hard with the only ability to provide for ones family by becoming a member of the Communist party and working in various jobs at their discretion, including army service ...