I was collected from the Airport and taken to the Hotel, no problems. The Hotel was clean and the staff are pleasent.
The Hotel is within walking distance of all the tourist attractions. I walked everywhere, with the map i got from reception. But if you need a Taxi, there is always one within easy reach.
The Hotel has all the normal facilities. The only thing it didnt have was a dinning room for evening meals. It did offer room service.
I would stay here again, because of its location and the friendly staff.
The best thing i liked about this hotel was its was within walking distance of all the tourist attractions in Saigon.
When you leave the Hotel and turn left there is a store like a 7/11 or if you turn right and walk to the end of the street there is a Supermarket,
Its a nice place for the price. we feel at home in this hotel the receptionist was friendly and helpful the location is perfect and far away from noise, in compare to other hotels where we stay in Saigon. Wifi, Breakfast included in the price
As we had experience in some other budget hotel in Saigon at the street of Pham Ngu Lao District 1, the first two nights were horrible! the noise start from early night till dawn
The most outstanding in this hotel is the quietness
I really had a good time here. The staff has been wonderful helping me out. The restaurant has a nice view and the food is GREAT! It is a bit pricey though since it is a 3-star hotel but I am sure it's all worth it :)
I quite liked this low budget hotel in the so called backpackers district called Graceful Saigon even though it was located along a really busy and noisy party street. The couple we were travelling with were unlucky to have a room facing the street. It was really noisy in the room in the evenings - almost as if the window had been open as it did not keep the noise out at all. We were luckier since there was hardly any noise at all, but then again we had no window.
The room was located on the 4th floor and there was no elevator. This wasn't a problem for us since the male receptionist carried our bags upstairs. The only problem with the hotel was the noisy neighbours (bars that stayed open until late) and the drunken hotel guests who came in late at night, slammed their doors as they left their rooms or knocked on other guests' doors because got mistaken which floor they were staying on and shouted in the stairwell - primarily Brits or Aussies. Probably not the best choice if you are looking for a quiet budget hotel.
I stayed in the Hotel, which is very good, recently during Sep 2012.
It is DUC VUONG Hotel ---www.ducvuonghotel.com; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reasonable rate. Hotel has the facility to pick up from airport. Hotel people speak good English too.
Vy Khanh Hostel is one of the sweetest places i've ever stayed. The services are great. You can request for an airport pick up (just let them know) and it's for free. They recommend English tourist agencies at affordable prices and the tour guide will just pick you up in the hostel. There's a computer in the ground floor that you can use for free. The rooms are clean and spacious. Toiletries, towels are hairdryers are readily available inside the rooms. Each room has airconditioner, refrigerator and TV. Most important of all, each room has its private bathroom.
Check in: 12nn Check Out: 1pm
The owner- Ms. Vy and her mother (who prefers to be called as "auntie") are very hospitable. Auntie is so sweet in offering cups of coffee every morning. Everytime we arrive in the hostel feeling tired and thisrty, auntie would knock on our doors and give us cold juices. There's never a time we were not asked on how our day turned out. We really felt like we were at home.
Vy Khanh Hostel is located in Pham Ngu Lao of district 1- the backpackers area. it's near to the tourist attractions- ust a few minutes walk to the Ben Thanh Market, Notre Dame Cathedral, Post Office, Independence Palace, etc.
It's very easy to book hotel both in Saigon and Hanoi with that budget
In my opinion,you can stay at Palace hotel or Duxton hotel in Saigon (in downtown area,around 70-90USD)
For the hotel in Hanoi,you can book at Hanova hotel (35-37 Hang Trong Street,the room is quite small but so beautiful,I always booked for my boss in his business trip)
Hope my information is useful for you
A nice homely hostel located just off the main Bui Vien street, free breakfast served before 9am and TV and air conditioning in the rooms. $6 a night!
Be wary when booking rooms in advance in Saigon often they get double booked, so turn up early.
Appears to be recently renovated. The rooms are clean with new furnishings. The elevator is fast, and the service is good. Staff helpful and friendly, concerned for service of guest.
good service, excellent value
suitable for chinese
Friendly German and English speaking staff
Internet access wifi in room and lobby
Aircon room with hot water
Cable tv with international channels
Room rate as low as US$7 per day
Inclusive of breakfast
Baggage storage and laundry service
24-hr open hotel door
Tour desk, buy USD Vietnam Dong
(date written: Dec. 29, 2011)
Standard 5 Bed Mixed Dorm Ensuite
date stayed in this hostel: Dec. 27-29, 2011
- free breakfast (coffee, tea, banana, bread, jam, egg)
- free wifi
- with toilet and shower room
- very clean
- big airconditioned dorm room
This is cheap sex hotel - rooms by the hour and the towels on the bed, not in the bathroom and no closets
Some rooms are kind of dirty looking.
However, its cheaper than average and really good wifi - reliable internet!
Average hotel. Fairly clean but kind of cheap and sparse some rooms are not so great looking
250.000/ day,, cheaper by the hour
Across from Lotte and Parkson Q11
Satisfactory however a few issues:
They have wifi, but it was broken
The door to my room only had the minimal amount of locking capability, but I don't think it would be an issue
Note: district six will experience "big water" street flooding if there is a storm or just tidal surge at night. This is "CSO" for you engineers.
The street this hotel is on will flood
no problems here.
the best place I've ever stayed in viet nam
if you have business in Binh Tan District, stay here
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