The KHÁCH SẠN THÀNH VINH is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Ho Chi Minh City will find that the KHÁCH SẠN THÀNH VINH is a fantastic accommodation choice. Tan Son Nhat International Airport is located approximately 32km away while Saigon Train Station is 33km away. The hotel is located close to many of Ho Chi Minh City's attractions including Ben Dinh Tunnels museum and Cao Dai Temple. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
The Paradise Cu Chi Hotel is a great choice for guests looking for accommodation in Ho Chi Minh City, having been recently opened in 2022. The hotel is located approximately 30km from Tan Son Nhat International Airport and 33km from Saigon Train Station. Many local tourist attractions including the Ben Dinh Tunnels museum and Cao Dai Temple can easily be reached with a short drive. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. This Ho Chi Minh City hotel provides parking on site.
Set in Trung L?p in the Ho Chi Minh Municipality Region, 43 km from Ho Chi Minh City, Les Hameaux de l'Orient features a year-round outdoor pool and views of the lake. The hotel has a sun terrace and hot tub, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar.Every room at this hotel is air conditioned and features a TV. Certain rooms feature a seating area where you can relax. Some units have views of the pool or garden. All rooms include a private bathroom fitted with a bath or shower. For your comfort, you will find slippers and free toiletries. Les Hameaux de l'Orient features free WiFi throughout the property.There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.Tan Son Nhat International Airport is 36 km away.
I stayed there for 2 nights and it is supposed to be the best hotel in town, (I value it at three stars) and despite the issues encountered it's still probably is. The price was not cheap, same as an international hotel in a second tier city in Vietnam, for a room not that large but was OK. The bathroom was simple, a small shower, sink, toilet unit. The breakfast was the issue, although the selection was reasonable for the type of hotel its market and the location, staff do not have in their routine to check if the chafing dishes are empty so arriving in the morning there was no coffee, milk, jam, fruit juice or butter left, although on offer … Side up egg ended in eggs fried both sides, and when a female manager in charge arrived, things did not improve as she started eating behind the restaurant counter. Extending my stay, staff forgot to extend the validity of my key resulting is useless travelling between the room and the lobby, always annoying...Beds are good, no issue with that. The best thing is probably its location just in front of the river, which allows you to see the ballet of the passing boats while cattle egrets and resting on floating leaves and in the evening on the weekend the market is very close by while plenty of street vendors offer local delicacies.
The Tiamo Hotel Binh Duong provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Tiamo Hotel Binh Duong is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Thu Dau Mot. Tan Son Nhat International Airport is located approximately 25km away while Saigon Train Station is 30km away. With multiple attractions nearby including Hoi Khanh Pagoda, Venus Spa and Go Dau Stadium, guests will find plenty to keep themselves occupied. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
The check-out time has to be quickened. Only one person deals with three customers, and the other employee does not help.
When I checked in, it was delayed because I booked the room 30 minutes before, and Ctrip's booking information had not been given to the hotel.
Located in Thu Dau Mot, 7S Hotel Anh Duc Binh Duong is within a 10-minute drive of Dai Nam Van Hien and Lac Canh Dai Nam Van Hien Theme Park. This hotel is 7.5 mi (12 km) from Dai Nam Open Zoo and 14.8 mi (23.8 km) from Quang Trung Software City.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 25 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
The rooms are clean, the internet is strong and stable, there are many convenience stores around the clock, many underground food cities, bars all over the place, and it is particularly lively at night. very safe.
Good location, 20 minutes walk from the main attractions of it, day trips start in the vicinity, a few minutes walk. Old hotel, small room, no breakfast, airport taxi came 150000-200000 shield, also without regular taxi passenger hit the table, you can shoot the license plate complaint.
I'd not stay here again and would recommend against it to anyone. The rooms are rundown and not clean. Lots of little bugs the size of flees - everywhere in our bags and papers. The shower door is missing so the water sprays all over the bathroom. The breakfast is substandard. They also charged us twice which the travel agent is looking into. I suggest going elsewhere even if you have to pay a bit more.
When I first arrived at a&EM art hotel, staff Sally informed our seven people group that some of the room type we booked are sold out, and they will upgrade us to nicer rooms without extra charge. Also, as an apology of the inconvenience caused, Hotel offered free ride to the airport. The whole process is fast and smooth. We are happy with staff Sally’s professional work for us to have good start in our vacation. Also, the bar upstairs is outstanding, can be a very good place for a drink to relax.
I arrived on the 17th December and at first impressions, everything was great. The lady on reception was welcoming and checked me in to my room quickly, even though I had arrived quit a bit earlier than the check in time (I had an early morning flight from Hanoi the same day) my room was ready and I was allowed to go straight up. They had a porter took my large and heavy back up to my room for me, which was great. I only stayed for one night, because the next day I had an early morning flight to Bali. In the evening, around 9:30-10pm, I started getting all my things packed up again, as I had a 5am start the next morning, and I realised my passport was missing. I remember handing it over at reception for them to make a copy, and realised that I hadnt received it back. I headed down to reception to retrieve my passport, and was greeted by a very rude lady - a different person to the one that had greeted me in the morning and been so welcoming to me. When I asked for my passport back, she refused and immediately became unnecessarily agressive, and demanded that I give her money for it before it could be returned to me. She insisted again and asked me for 500,000 VND. I again refused to give her the money, and informed her that she had no right to withhold my passport from me, under any circumstances. I told her to go ahead and make a copy, but that I wasn't leaving reception until I had my passport back. I informed her that I was leaving early in the morning to make an international flight, and it was vital that I have my passport with me so that it isn't lost / misplaced / forgotten. Again, she got even angrier and shouted at me, ”no money, no passport!”. At this point, I certainly wasn't going to back down, but despite her aggression and rudeness, I managed to stay calm and polite during the entire exchange, because I knew she had no legal right to keep my passport. As a long term traveller I'm aware that hotels cannot withhold your passport from you under any circumstances. I informed the woman that the passport was not actually my property, that officially, it belongs to the British Crown - which is true. I also informed her that I was fully aware the foreigners in Vietnam are required to carry photo ID with them at all times, and that the police would be interested to know that my passport was being withheld from me. At that point she realised that she had lost, and literally threw my passport at me and it landed on the reception counter. She then shouted at me, ”Go back to your room!”. I asked her what the problem was, and she literally yelled, ”GO TO YOUR ROOM, GO NOW!” I guess she didn't like the fact that I knew she was wrong and made her look stupid. She knew she was wrong, and I know for a fact that had I needed to get the police to help, they would have certainly made sure she returned the passport to me. A real shame, because the greeting in the morning was lovely, the bag porter was kind and helped me wit
The hotel is located in District 1, belonging to the more prosperous area of Ho Chi Minh, with convenient transportation. However, many of the hotel infrastructure are bad, such as the shower head in the bathroom and the plug for charging the bed, which is not comparable to domestic hotel chains. The most disturbing thing is that when it rains, the window leaks, and the rain seeps directly to the bed. The hotel attendant took a large towel and sucked water on the ground until the rain stopped.
It is recommended to be in areas other than Zone 1, such as Zone 5, Zone 7, where you can live in a better hotel for the same price
This hotel is at the entrance of Fanwu Old Street, the alley is not deep but quiet. The first floor is the front desk. Each floor is basically a room. So, don't worry about the interruption of other tenants coming in and out. I came back late at night. Click the doorbell and there will be a little brother to open the door. No language complaints and aloof attitude, gentle as the original stay.
The interior is furnished with home-like ease without too much decoration. The bathroom is in good condition: clean, odorless, dry.
recommend! Hotel location is very good, service is good, facilities are very new! The room is small, with windows but blocked outside. There is no free electric iron. There are fewer types of breakfast, but the service is particularly good. If we have any questions, please find the front desk or waiter. It is about twenty minutes by car from the airport. It's just a few minutes walk to the Central Post Office, Binjiang Market, etc. Although I arrived in Ho Chi Minh on the New Year's Day, I never expected that Vietnam will also have a Lunar New Year, and all places are closed!
Every time I travel nearby, I choose this hotel to stay. Staying on a business trip, the hotel's hygiene is relatively clean, the location is also very good, the neighborhood is relatively prosperous, it is a good choice to have time to stroll around, it is recommended.
We stayed for four nights at the Roseland Point Hotel. The first night there they put us on the third floor. The windows in the hallway of the third floor open to a brick wall that is the back wall of a night club. The music vibrates all throughout the rooms. It is LOUD. We asked to be moved and they moved us to the 9th floor. You could not hear the music from that floor. The rooms were clean and spacious. The location is fairly central to Ho Chi Minh city. It was a safe area and the staff was very friendly. We would stay there again…just not on the third floor.
Arrived 3 in the morning. The door was locked but was opened after knocking. A great transit hostel in the alley with so many competitive hostels next to each other. I like here because it is cheaper than others and guests are not so noisy like other party hostels around. Also the guests seem to be a little older and mature this time around. The breakfast was good. You can choose from about 3 choices.
Dong Du Hotel is a lovely place. The tiny lobby is clean with welcoming hosts. The entire staff are friendly and helpful. The rooms are comfortable. And each breakfast is cooked to order. This small place is on a relatively quiet street. The location is lovely too. Just a 10 minute walk leads to Norte Dame Square, the historic post office, and Book Street. For a very special treat, cross the street at the hotel and head to a small food cart. Have the noodles. Absolutely delicious!
The facility is a bit old, the air conditioner will jump off by itself, have to restart, ask the staff to repair it once, and then give up. Just drive a few more times yourself. Everything else is fine. Although there are not many types of breakfast, this standard is acceptable. It is relatively close to the SECC of the Ho Chi Minh Pavilion and convenient. For us the purpose was achieved. can.
I don't revel writing this review. I stayed here with my family for several nights in December 2019. It was an awful experience. Unfortunately, the hosts -- whose names I believe are Ruby, and someone else named Kevin who emailed us -- are just not ready to put in the work and/or expense to host guests at their properties. They were not responsive to our concerns about cleanliness or the lack thereof. The apartment, which had high end fixtures, was dirty. Upon arrival late at night, we were first struck by the beautiful city view. The excitement soon faded when we noted the smell of urine in the front bathroom and that the A/C in the living room did not work. We spent 30 minutes cleaning around the toilet until the smell dissipated. We had to climb up onto a chair to turn off the A/C which was blowing hot air as there was no remote. While daily cleaning services are indicated, the housekeeper did not want to clean. She preferred to drop off towels and bottled water, minimally clean, and depart shortly thereafter. She was annoyed when we asked her to sweep to get rid of the two inches of dust bunnies, hair, and old pills that had accumulated under the beds, dressers, curtains, couch, corners, and tables. There was a pervasive smell of mildew every time we opened a drawer or cabinet. The furniture, which was white laminate, had black scuff and crayon marks on almost every surface. The white kitchen counters were also stained. All of the bathroom vents had black lint in the grates. The shower caulking was black in the bottom corners. The washer/dryer on the balcony wreaked of mildew/mold when opened. When we requested hangers to hang our clothes, we received 10 mismatched dirty plastic hangers. The stove hood was so filthy, that after I swiped it the ensuing black tar-like mark on my finger only came off by scrubbing it with soap and water. Again, we had to clean the hood ourselves since the maid noted she could not reach it. Also: all the glass surfaces were streaked, there were finger prints and marks on the white walls, there is no coffee maker, no microwave, and hardly any pots and pans or silverware/kitchen utensils in the kitchen. In addition, the apartment advertises a pool. What they don't tell you is that you will have to give passport copies and finger prints, which will take two days to process with building management (not the hosts). We quickly realized that it was just not worth it. I note that (oddly) there are a number of good reviews for this place on multiple sites with the same canned response from the company. I question their veracity as there is just no way that our apartment was an exception. It was just too neglected. It is my sincere hope that this review will force the company to immediately deep clean their apartments, and if it does not, I would stay away. In conclusion, I would say that Ho Chi Minh is known to have more expensive accommodations. If you are a family who is coming to visit f
I recently spent a month at the Emerald while between apartments. The staff are amazing. Everyone at the front desk and everyone in housekeeping do a great job and are genuinely sweet and friendly. The location is perfect, close to a lot of places in walking distance, and on a nice quiet street in a very good area of District 7.
The hotel that arrived on the 3rd morning was the early check-out on the 4th. After consultation with the store, breakfast was provided on the 3rd morning, and their breakfast was great and tasted good. This many foreigners, very few Chinese, have a good environment, cleanliness and high cost performance. However, the woman's face at the front desk was stinky at the front desk, and she owed her money. There was no elevator, and she did not help arrange for the staff to move their luggage upstairs. Fortunately, when I went upstairs, I had a passing foreign friend to help me. Thank you very much. When I checked out, my little brother also helped carry the luggage. It is worth recommending
Payment was made after booking on Ctrip, but the hotel front desk could not confirm whether the charge was deducted due to operational problems and requested a second swipe of the card. It took a long time for communication to be resolved. No one helped with the luggage management service!
What a brilliant place! Fantastic location down an alley so minimal noise from the very loud ‘walking street’. Clean. Nice beds. Great pillows! Private bathroom. TV in room with English channels. Air con and fan plus mini fridge with drinks cheaper than Circle K! Mrs Ha and another lady called Nang both speak good English and have lots of excellent recommendations for tours and places in the city. Very helpful and kind. I have stayed here twice and will come back again! Cannot rate highly enough!
The breakfast is very hygienic and tastes good. Living environment is around Korea Town, Korean cuisine is authentic, and there is a vivocenter nearby. It was very close to the exhibition, and it took 19 minutes to walk once. Exceed my expectations, like
I've stayed at this hotel now for six or seven trips to Ho Chi Minh city. Too small for tour groups, it's blessedly free of the din of many hotel lobbies and breakfast rooms. One steps into calm. The breakfast is not a buffet, but there is a western and VN choice. Take the VN. The pho is excellent--I highly recommend the chicken--as is the fruit that comes with. And of course the caphe sua da, though I think one can also get hot coffee. Some rooms have larger windows and better views. There are little ”flaws.” I could never get enough hot water. (I think I didn't know how to work the heater.) Faucets, etc. may be a bit out of alignment. Still this is my favorite hotel. Also, very friendly and helpful staff. Walking distance to cathedral, even market (maybe 15-20 minutes)
This year's Spring Festival holiday in Saigon is near the embassy. It feels quite safe. The epidemic of new crowns has begun to spread later this year, but this hotel is still more polite to Chinese guests.
However, when this hotel was just checked in, the order was a bit unclear and the room type was wrong. However, this situation is also common in Vietnam due to some problems in the communication between the waiter's English and Ctrip's English.
Citadines Regency Saigon is basically my home whenever I stay in Ho Chi Minh. The staff are highly courteous, attentive and kind. The rooms are clean and cozy, though a bit on the small side. The gym and sauna are great and the rooftop pool adds to an overall great experience. The buffet breakfast was a bit on the average side with a limited selection of food, however they did make a nice scrambled egg and ice coffee for me. Location is excellent in a relatively quiet street but a stones throw from District 1. Happy to stay here anytime ! If I chose to have a long term apartment, it would look something like this place. A real thumbs up.
I loved staying here for 6 days. It is in a convenient part of town with lots of restaurants. The pool was always inviting after a hot day here. The breakfast was wonderful with lots of fresh fruits, an omelet station and great bread. The rooms are very clean and kept that way. Mr. Binh is as nice and accommodating as he can be, giving advice and buying tickets for you. All of the staff are pleasant and helpful. If ever in Saigon again, I would not hesitate to stay here.
We enjoyed our stay at Diamond Luxury. There are some really posh apartments with a similar name 50 yards away, which can be confusing, ironically it is where the breakfast is served which is included in the price. The taxi dropped us off there but its a short walk. The apartments are tucked down a little alley but it meant the apartment was quiet, the family owners are very helpful and friendly. The collection of items on display in reception are quite eccentric-stuffed animals to best China sets and everything inbetween. There's a bottle of whisky and shot glasses, ”do you like it?” my wife asked after I had a shot ”no” laughed the night porter! Room was good, two beds, kitchen and good bathroom with large shower. Lots of traditional? wood furniture. TV with Netflix etc The old market and centre are within walking distance. The mini bus for the tour to the Cu chi tunnels found the apartment which we were concerned about, we booked the tour at a agency near the market. Breakfast starts at 8am which we thought was relatively late if you have tours booked for the day. Basically the owner walks you to the posh apartment's restaurant, allows you to choose from the menu (all massive Vietnamese options which were more like evening meals!) and he pays for it with the teller. The restaurant and meals were good, we would have preferred a lighter/western option possibly. We planned to take our son to the Buddha theme park, the owner highlighted it was far out of town and suggested another water park closer - which we enjoyed for a few hours. The hotel has a rooftop, with a washing machine and racks for drying. We used a local laundry place but dry a few items we hand washed. Nice view of sunset from the terrace. Would recommend and stay again if in the city.
What popular hotels near Phuoc Quang Pagoda have restaurants?
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