Spring Hotel

44 - 46 Le Thanh Ton St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Spring Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 6, 2008

Spring Hotel is a great hotel for those who are looking for a hotel in a central location at a reasonable price. The hotel is about 3 stars. While relatively basic, it is very clean and as all the essential amenities. It is a just a 5 min walk away from Parkson and the major shopping district. Breakfast is not a buffet but you get to choose from various Western and Vietnamese sets, which will more than fill you up.

Unique Quality: Quiet location but central and easy access to the major shopping centres.

Spring Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 4, 2008

Please do not compare this hotel with a 5-star hotel!

For the price we paid, we would say our stay in Spring Hotel was EXCELLENT...

Service was impressive. The staff spoke good English and were helpful. We were amazed with their excellent memory. They remembered us by face - we never had to say our room number when getting room key from the reception. They also arranged our day tours. Never once did they make a mistake. They even reminded us to be careful with our belongings. All these added a personal touch.

Location was terrific. We walked to all places in District 1.

Room was small and simple, but adequate and clean.

Price included breakfast. Free internet at the lobby. Free wi-fi in room.

We will definitely stay in Spring Hotel on our next visit to HCMC.

Directions: District 1

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Excellent Hotel in quiet area

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 2, 2008

The Spring Hotel Hotel is in one of the quieter streets in the city.

* My room was large, with large windows for a nice view.
* The bathroom was small, the thing I didn't like here, was no curtain for the small window.
I was high up on the 7th floor, looking out, I could see people in their units, so obviously, they could see me.
* Airconditioning was good, a neccessity in this city.
* Breakfast was good, a huge meal.
* The staff were nice and helpful.
* The Hotel was very clean.
* Its an easy walk to the markets.

I was travelling alone, and felt very safe walking in this area, even at night time.

Unique Quality: Very clean, a nice elegant hotel, for a reasonable price. Huge breakfast.

Directions: Near major attractions

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Great Hotel in Great Location

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 26, 2006

Excellent hotel - really friendly staff who all speak good English.

Nice, classical decor, the lobby and halls being well designed, as are the rooms. There are several types of room - we were in a deluxe room at first. This was really nice, clean, well decorated and good bathroom. Later we moved to a first class room which was really a suite, again a great room.

Breakfast, included in the room rate, is a la carte, very plentiful and filling. You choose an omelette or eggs with toast or baguette, or noodle soup. Also a fresh fruit platter and tea/coffee or juice is on offer.

Free wifi is available throughout the hotel. 2 free terminals are available in the restaurant at all times.

Unique Quality: Great location - 2 minute walk to the centre, lots of restaurants nearby. The price, for such a great place, was very reasonable.

Can't say enough good things - first class hotel.

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Spring Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 15, 2003

It is mostly young, Bohemian, backpacking
type of tourists around Pham Ngu Lao Street, the hotels offered are of relatively good quality. Can get a decent room for $5 and $10 with air conditioning. But you can bargain the prices down to $8 or $9 depending on lenght of stay. Please be reasonable, they are trying to make a profit!

I stayed at the Spring Hotel right at the busy intersection near Pham Ngu Lao Street. If you don't like the price or room, the owner will show you a couple of other hotels just steps away...seems either it is owned by the same individual or they have an agreement to share customers.

Note that all the hotels in Vietnam (at least that was what I was told and experienced) will hold your passport upon checking in. This is to ensure nothing illegal or 'immoral' happens during your stay.

Unique Quality: A step up above the other budget hotels in Pham Ngu Lao. Negotiated $15 for an excellent air conditioned room.

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Address: 44 - 46 Le Thanh Ton St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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