Thien Hoa Hotel

Address: 313 Ly Tu Trong St., Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThien Hoa Hotel Ho Chi Minh City

Reviewed by jasandjes

Pricey but great

Reviewed May 1, 2011
by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

We got into Ho Chi Minh after a total of 18 hours of flying and incredibly jet lagged. We ended up not having time to make reservations ahead of time, so the cab driver took us to this place after I told him I wouldn't pay more than $20 usd for a hotel room. I wonder if I would have said I wont pay more than $15 if he would have brought us to the same place..
Anyway! It was $20 usd a night for my boyfriend and I. The staff was super nice, the room was nice- our own bathroom with western toilet, shower with hot water, huge bed, our own private balcony and air conditioning! We also had a tv and a mini fridge, table and chair. They don't have wifi, but they have a computer on the reception floor that you can use for free.
I would absolutely recommend this place, I know $20 is pricey for Vietnam but it was worth it at the time. I would try to get a better price next time.

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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

The Heat Is On In Saigon

A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Feb 08, 2015

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... to be popping up in cities around the world. After a sit and a chat, we decided that tonight was the night for ice cream, and we headed back to our road where we had seen a Baskin Robbins and we enjoyed an ice cream each at a price that came to more than our dinner. Let's call that a treat. We're back in the room now (on the fourth floor, hopefully that'll get us fit) and it's like being in a sweat box. Time for bed I think, it's been a long day. I'll post photos ...

The Reunification Express and Cu Chi

A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 06, 2015

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... out there is order to the arrangements and clearly you share with people going to the same destination as the guard comes and wakes you at the appointed time so you are ready to disembark. Don't fool yourself by thinking you will get off onto a platform though. Oh no....you clamber off onto the tracks and then walk across the tracks to the platform! Hilarious. Loved the experience but think next time I would like to travel more a la Orient Express ...

What a welcome to the city ...

A travel blog entry by stizzy on Jan 02, 2015

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... and hustle and bustle but I am looking forward to some quiet time in Con Dao :-). Oh and BTW ... crossing the road is hilarious ... We were given advice before we came away so I am crossing the road with fake confidence but have panicked a couple of times and ran across the road. The locals have laughed at me .... ha ha ha :-) You really do have to duck and dive between motorbikes and other moving ...

28 HOURS

A travel blog entry by high5 on Dec 05, 2014

... guesthouse and was so tiny! We didn't play to close, just incase but would keep him entertained with bottle tops and rags ... Lauren loved him!

5 and 6/12 Dec So the day had dawned on us were we would be on a bus for 24 hours..... 24 LONG HOURSSSSSSSSS!!!!!! We got up relatively late as we both slept in. Had breakfast, packed and checked out. We needed some cash so tried locating an ATM in this small town and also filled up on our JIC (just in case) ...

What the hell am I eating?!!

A travel blog entry by sammybenny on Sep 29, 2014

... about 2m by 3 m with 2 sets of bunk beds and a tv streaming vietnamese. We had made the right decision booking 4 beds as if we had only booked two we would have been sharing the 7 hour journey with 2 others! As we chugged off, we got a rare and unexpected insight into the home lives of the locals. The train went past backyards and backstreets of Saigon where we saw large families sitting down to meals, playing chess and sitting enjoying drinks together. We wondered how we were gong ...

Traveler Photos Thien Hoa Hotel Ho Chi Minh City

Siesta time
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