Ava Saigon 2

Address: 126 De Tham, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 126 De Tham, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, and Hotel de Ville.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAva Saigon 2 Ho Chi Minh City

Reviewed by ivyleague

"Home away from home with excellent service from staff!"

Reviewed May 1, 2012
by (1 review) , Philippines Flag of Philippines

I made the right choice in staying at Ava Saigon 2 Hotel. Very affordable,, with free breakfast and free laundry. Service is excellent! can't ask for anything more. Owner is very nice and they had a fabulous staff,, very accommodating and friendly, doing their extra mile to provide customer service to their guests. Initially booked for 2 nights only and with excellent service they are providing their guests, I extended for another 2 nights. I also arrange airport pick up and transfers with a very minimal charge. Location is quite good, quiet vicinity, just one block away on backpackers area.. This with be my second home when I visit Saigon again! Highly recommended for budget travellers! :)

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TripAdvisor Reviews Ava Saigon 2 Ho Chi Minh City

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

Northward to Vietnam

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 28, 2014

1 comment, 58 photos

... new smells and old dust. People were missing limbs, children were running around naked, the infrastructure and buildings looked like they were from the 60's. Crossing into Cambodia was like crossing a line that led backwards in time, it was like entering a new world where the rules we knew no longer
applied. The Vietnamese crossing, however, was very different.

We slowly rolled up to the border checkpoint and ...

Becoming Miss Saigon

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on May 25, 2014

27 photos

... for ultimate privacy. The dress I was wearing couldn't have just the top pulled down, so the whole thing came off. And in comes the saleswoman. She wants to put my bra on the same way a hairdresser would put on a robe. She turns me around so I am facing the wall, pulls the straps over my arms, buckles it in the back and spins me around. I had no time to even think about the invasion of privacy or personal space I just incurred. But it doesn't matter because once I ...

Phileas Fogg moment

A travel blog entry by grahamb123 on May 17, 2014

3 photos

... gesturing at the bikes and a shop they sort of got that I was looking for a shop that sold bikes. Half way across town we found one. Two old bike boxes please, that will be 200,000 dong please sir. (Cardboard recycling is expensive in these parts). We found a spot of space on the pavement and an hour later bikes were in boxes packed and ready to go. Taxi flagged down bikes in, hotel found and tours ...

Cycle Vietnam

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Apr 20, 2014

7 photos

... night.




We went pillion on local motor bikes to the blind massage parlour and treated ourselves to a proper kneading. Thence to the coffee shop and the harrowing War Remnants Museum. Outside we saw a variety American hardware abandoned in 1973. Much of the inside was clearly a propaganda exercise but all the same ...

Ho Chi Minh City? Saigon? Same Same, but different

A travel blog entry by sjandemma on Apr 04, 2014

29 photos

... shaggadelic (sp? that's a first) palace was closed.Undeterred we decided to go to the post office. Joe, please let us know if the post card ever shows up - Emma got carried away with the glue. Turns out the stamps didn't actually need glue. Large maps of the region and vaulted glass ceiling made the post office was absolutely stunning. The post office was right across the street from a brick version of the Notre Dame. Again, we were ...