Sapphire Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

32A - 34 Bui Thi Xuan Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Sapphire Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples50
  • Solo60
  • Business75

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Looking for nice place to stay

by annacola9

Hi, I am traveling the first time to Ho Chi Ming City and would like to stay in the heart of town ( near Rex hotel). My budget per night is 25 to 30 US$$......
I am a women traveling alone and like to stay in a safe and quiet place possible with a computer to use for check my e-mail. Thanks for any advice.

Re: Looking for nice place to stay

by balhannah

I was a woman travelling on my own, and in Ho Chi Minh I stayed at the Spring Hotel, it was very nice.
I have put their website here for you to have a look, and have a review on my HCM page. -

Re: Looking for nice place to stay

by Brett-Wallace

We stayed at Hang Han Guest House January 2009.

We are going back there next week (January 2010)as it was just right for us.

Clean, cosey, very friendly and helpfull staff who speak very good English.
Modern finish, Air Con, TV, ATM in lobby, includes breakfast.
Located in the middle of the tourist area in the centre of town.
In the next road is the cafe where you book day trips.
Dont miss the Mekon Delta boat trip............was about $20 and worth every penny! Dont forget your camera.

Re: Looking for nice place to stay

by annacola9

Hi Brett, interesting and exactly the price I wanted to spend. Do they have computers at the lobby, so that I can check my e-mail?
Is it close to Bong Sen hotel>?

Re: Looking for nice place to stay

by Brett-Wallace

Internet is free to use, they have a dedicated computer on the first floor for guests to use.
They give you a map and circle interesting places to visit in the city and the staff very helpful and welcoming as this is a family run business. You can walk to all the places of interest from this hotel.

Crossing the roads……………..we stood at the side of the road trying to work out how to cross over safely. We were amazed by the traffic!! After 5 minutes a little old lady stepped out into the busy road and walked straight across. The traffic just moved around her…………..that’s how you have to cross the roads, just step out and keep walking!!!!!! I have never had so much fun crossing roads!

Singh Café is in the next street (it’s not a cafe anymore) where you book day trips. Make sure you do the Mekong Delta trip its cheap and fantastic experience. It included lunch too!!

There are several good quality but inexpensive restaurants and bars nearby as well as 7 eleven type stores and the area is very safe, as is Vietnam in general.

Enjoy your trip!

Re: Looking for nice place to stay

by faffy

hi! try nguyen khang. the female and male receptionist there were very accomodating and friendly. you can check their website.

Travel Tips for Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City Tip

by chris_clyde

My fonest memory was of crossing the street in HCMC. It was an unreal experience. Slowly stepping through a myriad of motorbikes, bicycles, cars, and cyclos was unbelievable. It's an experience you must have for yourself.

Vung Tau

by sunnywong

Vung Tau:

Formerly called Cape St. Jacques by the French. This coastal resort city about (128Km) two hours drive south-east of Saigon. Famous of many seafood restaurants and fine beaches. There are four main beach areas, the Front Beach, the Back Beach, Bai Dau and Bai Dua. While the Front Beach is more expensive than the rest, Bai Dau not only has the cheapest guest houses, but is also the most relaxing part, located three km from the town center.
Enjoy the spectacular sunrises and sunsets in the City on both the 'Front Beach' (which faces west) and the 'Back Beach' (which faces east.)

Girls wearing the traditional...

by l_joo

Girls wearing the traditional costume riding bicycle, white color long sleeves looks like school uniform. Most of Vietnamese girls wearingthese costume on the road. Some are light pink color, light blue.

HCMC University

by shrimp56

Part of our trip was to talk with students and faculty at various universities throughout SE Asia. This was the university we visited in Saigon. One of the things that emerged was that they would not have been able to meet with us without an official from Hanoi being present as recently as the previous year.

Buying Ribbons?

by Aidy_p about Stores & Markets: Ngan Thong

This shop sells nice iron handicraft, laquerware and other stationaries. But Jac stopped here to buy some ribbons which she said would have cost her alot more if purchased back in Singapore. Can't really understand why she would buy items that were non-vietnamese in nature, but if it saves her money, then that's good enough a reason. Iron handicraft of cars, ships, tanks, etc.


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