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Hotel Continental Saigon

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam (SGN)

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Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room

1 double bed or 2 single beds
409-sq-foot (38-sq-meter) room, balcony with city views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker, minibar, 24-hour room service, and free bottled water
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and slippers
Practical - Safe, free weekday newspaper, and desk
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Premium Suite

Premium Suite

1 double bed or 2 single beds
592-sq-foot (55-sq-meter) room, balcony with city views

Layout - Living room and sitting area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker, minibar, 24-hour room service, and free bottled water
Sleep - Pillowtop bed
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and slippers
Practical - Phone, safe, and free weekday newspaper
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Superior Twin Room

Superior Twin Room

2 single beds
355 sq feet (33 sq meters)

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker, minibar, 24-hour room service, and free bottled water
Sleep - Pillowtop bed
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and slippers
Practical - Safe, free weekday newspaper, and desk
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
Need to Know - No rollaway/extra beds available
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Junior Suite

Junior Suite

1 double bed or 2 single beds
484-sq-foot (45-sq-meter) room, patio with city and garden views

Entertainment - Free WiFi, flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker, minibar, 24-hour room service, and free bottled water
Sleep - Pillowtop bed
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and slippers
Practical - Safe, free weekday newspaper, and desk
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Hotel Continental Saigon
132 - 134 Dong Khoi St., Dist 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 70000

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 80 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and bathrobes. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.

Amenities
Enjoy recreational amenities such as a health club and a sauna. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.

Dining
Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. A train station pick-up service is available for a surcharge.

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Know Before You Go

  • One child 9 years old or younger stays free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding.
  • Only registered guests are allowed in the guestrooms.
  • No pets and no service animals are allowed at this property.

AMENITIES:
  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Business Center
  • Coffee Shop
  • Concierge Desk
  • Dry Cleaning Service
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Free Breakfast
  • Gift Shop on Property
  • Laundry Services/Laundry Facility
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Sauna
  • Shopping
  • Steam Room
  • Wedding Services
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 1133 reviews
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Submitted on 12-05-2016
i stayed in room 221 (Junior Suite), a few doors down from 214, which was the room used by the British writer Graham Greene in the 1960s. The property is pretty from the outside, with large ceilings. The lift is horrendously slow, and the rooms are old fashioned. To be fair it is run by state-owned tourist company, so expectations should adjust. The showers were a bit temperamental (probably old pipes/low pressure) and the room safe needed a bit of magic to work. The welcome fruits were sour. ... Read more
from Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Submitted on 17-05-2016
This is a hotel with old charm and style. The reception service is very professional with staff speaking excellent English. I found the staff throughout the hotel friendly and helpful. The very well-appointed and comfortable restaurant provided excellent service. The bedroom air conditioning was effective and quiet (as aircon goes!) If you want a nice change from modern hotels this one is for you!
from Woodinville, Washington, United States
Submitted on 18-05-2016
We stayed in Hotel Continental Saigon for 2 night for a short visit to Vietnam. The hotel was built in the late 1800's and has maintained the old-school charm to perfection. The hotel itself is stunning in how well they have kept up the original structure, décor and overall interior styling. You will NOT believe the luxuriousness of the rooms - incredible. The doormen are extremely pleasant. I would like to make special mention of the concierge/tour advisor, Phoebe. She is an angel and attended... Read more
from Chennai (Madras), India
Submitted on 22-05-2016
Nice location, away from the hustle & bustle of the city. Very well furnished. Most polite and welcoming staff, very helpful, right from the security personnel outside, Good food, particularly suited to the European palate. Overall; A Very Good elegant colonial setting
from Bangkok, Thailand
Submitted on 22-05-2016
The service we experienced was very good from check in to check out, the staff were very friendly, helpful and attentive, especially the restaurant staff. The room was very spacious and comfortable, free internet although not always a strong signal, A/C worked great. Location was very central to many shops, restaurants and tourist sites. We really enjoyed the breakfast buffet, a good selection of choices and great ice coffee. We least enjoyed the massage at Jasmine spa, 3 of us had the worst o... Read more
from Northern Ireland
Submitted on 30-05-2016
We returned to HCMC early after 4 weeks travelling around Vietnam, had stayed at another hotel but thought we would try here, after all it has a bit of history. We had a room with balcony overlooking Opera House, not noisy at all, big rooms but god awful decoration. The room was actually on a slope from door to window. A lot of wooden frames and a sigh saying if anything taken from room how much each item cost? I know people take sovereigns but 'pillow case" the huge lounger, plates. and also ... Read more
from Montreal, Canada
Submitted on 30-05-2016
Well I think its the nicest hotel in HCMC. Its classy with historical rooms, that date back to 1880. The services are very modern of course. The breakfast is divine in their open air interior yard (noiseless). Their street café is very chic. The theme is very French, dating back to those days. Highly recommended
from Melbourne
Submitted on 02-06-2016
Stayed here 3 nights. Terrific location, right in the heart of Saigon and full of French colonial charm. Room on the top floor was clean, spacious and recently updated. Lovely courtyard with a very good breakfast selection. Staff were friendly and helpful. Would recommend staying here or the Rex when in Saigon if you want to experience the echoes of a bygone era when France reigned supreme. Don't expect 5-star, but do expect character, charm and a cracking location.
from Kamala, Thailand
Submitted on 07-06-2016
I stayed here because of the hotel's history and superb location. I was ecstatic to find myself in the very room where Graham Greene wrote The Quiet American (although the Metropole in Hanoi claims the same but no doubt he wrote bits of it all over the place) but was rather disappointed and will not stay here again. First the good: Unbeatable location in the very center of Saigon overlooking the opera house. Large, clean rooms (although mine had 2 columns in the middle) with a comfortable be... Read more
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 07-06-2016
Excellent location next to the Opera House and central to the market, shopping, the cathedral, the river precinct etc.. Historical hotel from the French colonial era so old world charm. Big rooms and good breakfast. The rate I received was excellent value.
from Colombo, Sri Lanka
Submitted on 14-06-2016
Stayed two nights and travelled on business. Was very nice. It's an old colonial type of hotel. The breakfast was good and loved the restaurant atmosphere. The staff was always serving with a smile. The rooms although had a smell of smoke. That was the only downside.
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Submitted on 16-06-2016
Was in Ho Chi Minh City last weekend to attend a wedding. Groom recommended this hotel as he used to stay here before. It is a very old hotel but got maintained well. It is also close to many attractions, such as Opera (next door), Independent Palace, Notre Dame, and War Remnants Museum. The breakfast buffet offers a good variety of food selection.
from sydney
Submitted on 19-06-2016
A fine stylish building built in 1880 its architecture is typical of the time - designed to withstand tropical heat but with the grace and elegance of a top class hotel. The design is still relevant, with a glorious courtyard which is used for breakfast and old world common areas which have a calming affect when arriving from the hustle and bustle and heat of the streets outside. Opposite the Opera House and in a prime location near many restaurants, cocktail bars, shops and places of interest, ... Read more
from Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Submitted on 21-06-2016
The Continental is an historic building and makes a great base in Saigon. It doesn't offer 5 Star luxury but it is charming, comfortable, right in the centre and a delightful place to hang out for a few days. Pluses: great location; old world feel; very pleasant staff in general; breakfast pretty good (although bread/pastries disappointing); very large rooms and ensuites; pleasant having a drink at the street-side tables outside the hotel. Drawbacks: somewhat worn at the edges - 4 star not 5; th... Read more
from Wilmington, Delaware
Submitted on 27-06-2016
Our family of 10 stayed in 2 suites consisting of 2 large connected bedrooms with separate bathrooms. Overall the rooms were clean, spacious, and the AC worked perfectly. The complimentary breakfast is and has been the best we found in Viet Nam (we stayed in 4 hotels this trip). Hotel staff were friendly and always helpful. We were pleased to see Mr. Quyen and Mr. Nhe again this year at breakfast. They seemed to be as happy to see us as we were to see them. The location of the hotel permit... Read more
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Submitted on 27-06-2016
I found the continental to hit a nice balance between historically inspiring while still offering comfort. My room interior had great style with lots of fine carved woodwork and plenty of space. I was just over the main entrance on the second floor which offers great people watching and a fine view of the opera house. The buffet breakfast was also a highlight offering a nice selection of food just off of their historic courtyard. Since it's state run you won't get quite the spoiling you migh... Read more
from New Orleans, Louisiana
Submitted on 27-06-2016
The Continental has been around for a long time and is quite stunning. Could not be in a better location for getting around Ho Chi Minh City. I was upgraded upon arrival to a corner deluxe suite which was simply amazingly large (2 large rooms), filled with gorgeous Indochine antique furniture, and with glorious views of the Opera House across the street. The beds and lines were very comfortable. Unfortunately, the carpet does need upgrading... But I am happy to report that as we were checki... Read more
from Whangarei, New Zealand
Submitted on 29-06-2016
We were impressed by this old French built centrally placed hotel. It is close to central city and surrounded by a couple of quality shopping malls with good food outlets. The rooms were large, clean and air conditioned. The food was great, but somewhat expensive, and the staff were helpful and attentive. Yes, we would stay their again.
from Nottingham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 01-07-2016
Good welcome reception, very large room, good air-con. Breakfast is ok. Very helpful staff at the door, reception desk, breakfast restaurant, spa and the rooms kept very clean. Right in the heart of all the attractions. In every direction I could walk 5-10 minutes to every item on the tourist map.
from Hong Kong, China
Submitted on 06-07-2016
I stayed in the Hotel Continental over a weekend, and highly recommend this hotel if its within your budget. The hotel is like stepping back into history. Built in 1880 and also where a significant number of journalist stayed during the Vietnam War. The hotel public space and rooms are beautifully preserved. Bathrooms are clean and modern. The staff were incredibly helpful with recommending places in the area. The breakfast buffet was also great too! One thing to be aware of is that some of th... Read more
from Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Submitted on 09-07-2016
This is a grand old hotel built in 1880, and run by Saigon Tourist state agency. We stayed in a junior suite which was huge, well furnished in a classic style, and well appointed. Each room has individual wifi which is a big plus compared to those hotels that advertise wifi, but the router is way down the corridor, and you can't reach it! Buffet breakfast is excellent, and staff are helpful and courteous. Hotel restaurants are fine dining and a bit pricey, and not well patronised. Not ideal for ... Read more
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 11-07-2016
I liked the hotel for the size of its rooms and the location. The rooms are huge and the bed comfy. The location is excellent as it is near sights and cafes and restaurants. The breakfast spead was good too and the staff friendly. Two things I was not happy about. First, if you ask for compolimentary bottled water beyond what they give you daily, they will tell you its company policy not to give extra and that we should consume at the minibar. This is a first for me. Second, the air-condi... Read more
from Bellingham, Washington
Submitted on 14-07-2016
My wife and I stayed here for 12 days. We were here for a family wedding. The hotel combines old world elegance with modern convenience. The rooms are very large and the beds were comfortable. The wifi is strong and the air conditioning a lifesaver in July. The included breakfast had many eastern and western options. The staff took service to the highest level. We enjoyed sitting outside and drinking coffee. We will be back.
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 14-07-2016
Built in 1880,a superb grand old hotel oozing with character and charm. Our suite overlooking the street and park, was spacious and furnished in a classic style.The location is perfect, opposite the Opera House in the uptown part of District 1. There are 100's of restaurants and bars within walking distance. The buffet breakfast is excellent and staff are helpful and courteous.The hotel restaurant,the Le Bourgeois offers a creative menu with a selection of Vietnamese specialties, perhaps a littl... Read more
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Submitted on 14-07-2016
The staff were really helpful and polite during our stay. We had a double room with a huge bed and a family suite with room for 3. They were both of great cleanliness and size. Breakfast was of good variety and you could sit in or outside. We would definitely return!
from Bangkok, Thailand
Submitted on 18-07-2016
Legendary hotel, probably one of the best location in Saigon not to say the best. Nevertheless the rooms seriously need to be refurbished. The one were I stayed was really not suitable, definitely not a room when you travel for business. The desk was uncomfortable and connection uneasy. The potential of this hotel is enourmous, if it was refurbished it should be one of the best hotel not to say the best one. It is true that the courtyard were you have breakfast is outstanding and charming. The s... Read more
from Warrington, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-07-2016
Absolutely beautiful hotel, the beds were very hard but that is my only fault. It was very clean and oriental so you get a taste of the Vietnamese culture. The buffet breakfast was delicious with a lot of variety. It was in a very good location - it was only a very short walk into the hustle and bustle of the centre. I would defiantly stay here again
from Dublin, Ireland
Submitted on 22-07-2016
Brilliant hotel, very central over looking the opera house. The staff were really helpful and polite during our stay. We had a double room with a huge bed and a 3rd bed for out daughter. Balcony over looking the opera house. Food was great. Best hotel in Saigon.
from Pattaya, Thailand
Submitted on 22-07-2016
We booked a three day Premium Room package which included round trip transportation to and from the hotel as well as a "premium suite". On arrival at the airport, we waited 30 minutes for the hotel's car to arrive to pick us up. Unfortunately, the hotel car never came. My reaction at the time was this was not a major disappointment and we took a taxi to the hotel. On arrival at the hotel, we ran into the second problem. The receptionist was not able to locate our reservation (despite the fact... Read more
from Doha, Qatar
Submitted on 23-07-2016
I booked the Continental mainly for nostalgia; we last visited Ho Chi Minh in 2001 and although we didn't stay there then, we sat outside in the cafe watching the world go by. I wish we had done the same this time too! The hotel was obviously a very grand affair in its day and was use by various correspondents and writers during the conflicts. ( plaques outside rooms and a display in the foyer offer a potted history). Whilst striking and inviting from the outside the interior has the look of... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 24-07-2016
If you're after the old french colonial style, try the Continental Saigon hotel. Prices are reasonable for a palace (you can get a room for around 80$ breakfast included). It's like time stopped for at least 70 years. Rooms are very big with large windows. Breakfast is served in a veranda. The hotel also have a spa with sauna and steam room. Location is very central in disctrict 1 facing the national opera house.
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Submitted on 24-07-2016
Beautiful hotel in the best part of Saigon. It is just across the Opera House. Nice and easy walk to every main sight in the city. The rooms are very spacious but no doubt they need some more attention. The carpet was old and a bit musty. The housekeepers were extremely noisy from 6AM, chatting loudly and slamming the doors. It would be great if they could have more consideration and be a bit more quiet, as I guess a lot of people still want to sleep longer.
from Da Nang, Vietnam
Submitted on 26-07-2016
The room was not a room it was an apartment. Balcony view of the Opera House said it all. Staff were wonderful. Friendly and helpful at all times. For a short stay, can't beat the location, dead centre.
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Submitted on 27-07-2016
Hotel in good location Room with no outside window and hotel under renovation - no warning on website. When asked for a room with window the front staff selected a specific room with had a very noisy outdoor a/c Level one very poorly maintained and hotel Very noisy when there are event downstairs Breakfast buffet is very low standard. Coffee was terrible. Not worth the A$100 a night . Much better hotels elsewhere .
from Brisbane, Australia
Submitted on 28-07-2016
The public areas were in good condition and the breakfast area was lovely .The rooms were a good size but the bathrooms were not in good order the toilet didn't flush whisk they came up and repaired but still played up from time to time and at first we thought we didn't have any hot water but it just took a long time like 10 minutes to heat and then was a trickle so was difficult to shower or bath luckily it was warm weather so a cold shower was bearable the carpet needs changing it was in ok or... Read more
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 29-07-2016
The Hotel Continental Saigon is my third stop on a tour of around a dozen hotels across Asia that comprise the hotels still operating that were part of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century "grand tour". It includes stops at the Mandarin Oriental in Bangkok and the E&O in Penang, to name a few. So my prime reason for staying at the hotel was from an historical perspective. Having said that, the hotel was quite reasonably priced for the standard offered. The constraints of keeping the... Read more
from Seattle, Washington
Submitted on 29-07-2016
My husband and I stayed here with our 4 year old twins for one night, but we also had the chance to compare it to the Caravelle hotel across the street, where we stayed later in our trip. I am a Graham Greene enthusiast, so I wanted to stay at this hotel to experience its history. The exterior is beautiful, and its location cannot be beat. Inside, the hotel is dated, but the rooms are really huge and clean with a pretty little balcony. We had one king bed and one twin, which was large enou... Read more
from Wellington, New Zealand
Submitted on 30-07-2016
This hotel is in the middle of district 1, right next to the opera house. It has a good restaurant that was always empty, but oddly no bar. We wanted to meet to have a cocktail with friends before going out for dinner, and this hotel really can't accommodate that- despite what the website says. I think the starry nite bar must have closed. The rooms are big but tired. We didn't spend much time there so this was ok - but don't expect luxury- it's a bit worn and feels like a place that perhaps h... Read more
from
Submitted on 30-07-2016
Hotel Continental is centrally located with everything nearby, right next to the opera house. The building itself has lots of history and one of the oldest hotel there with very high ceiling. But the rooms needs complete refurbishment. We had two room, but one of them was very modern. The other needed lots of work inthe bathroom. I understand that this property is managed by the govenment tourism board. But the staff at breakfast was great. I would stay there again if I get into the newly refurb... Read more
from Wellington, New Zealand
Submitted on 30-07-2016
Really enjoyed our stay at this hotel. Our room looked out over the city and we had a balcony opening onto the street below. The room was very spacious and was clean. Staff were all very helpful and the cleaners did an excellent job of cleaning our room. Breakfast was served in a courtyard with wrought iron furniture and set amongst some beautiful old trees. The food was excellent and we had no complaints. Location was great, not far from the main markets and round the corner from a big variety ... Read more
from Manchester
Submitted on 31-07-2016
From the moment I stepped into the foyer the hotel staff went out of their way to be helpful with a welcome party to escort me to my room. They certainly made a solo British traveller feel welcome and I found the history of the hotel fascinating. The display of old photographs down the corridor from reception were really interesting. My room was on the second floor, just along from where Graham Greene wrote much of his famous book, and it was huge with a small balcony overlooking the front of th... Read more
from Singapore
Submitted on 01-08-2016
Hotel Continental is located near many fantastic restaurants and bars. My parents stayed in the suite room and has a great street view. Tho my room was assigned on the same level but it is on the other side of the building. Friendly staffs and breakfast was lovely. They had 2 weddings at the courtyard over the weekend and it was beautiful decorated but the noise level was rather loud during the wedding but it ended no later then 11pm. Breakfast was nice at the courtyard with a nice pho and ... Read more
from Oxford, United Kingdom
Submitted on 04-08-2016
Vietnam is 2 country in one (north and south). Saigon (ho chi minh) is a country with a story since the Chinese culture, the Vietnamese and French. a city where no car rental at all is necessary, and even more secure (a lot of Vespas). Lvely people, very very good food, different from Chinese, Thai or Japanese.
from London ontario
Submitted on 07-08-2016
The room I was put up in was actually a suite of 3 rooms a bathroom a sleeping room and a lounge. The whole room was filled with antique French colonial furniture including the twin double beds. There was a beautiful stairway to the lobby and I bypassed the elevator most times I went downstairs. It was right downtown and only a short block from Revolutionary Square. Directly opposite the front door was the world famous Saigon Opera house. The rooms though dated were equipped with all the modern ... Read more
from United States
Submitted on 09-08-2016
The Hotel Continental Saigon is a good sized older hotel in central Ho Chi Minh City. The high cealings give the hotel something of a feeling of its old french colonial past. It is located across the street from the opera house and within easy walking distance of the main markets and near a number of places to eat and drink. The entire hotel has been updated but it is still somehat dated. Breakfast was served both in the dining room and in a courtyard with wrought iron furniture set among some ... Read more
from Clare, Australia
Submitted on 15-08-2016
Stayed 4 nights,didnt get the balcony room we booked but were up graded to suite with balcony after first night. The breakfast was good with a lovely setting. Were able to walk to old church,post office and the town hall down the main boulevard. Also went to markets but found having motor bikes cutting through the crowd probably killed the experience.
from Valldoreix
Submitted on 28-08-2016
The location is very good, centric, close to the Opera Palace and at walking distance to some interesting spots and all kind of restaurants. In a nice historic building, this hotel need some refurbisment to have a good balance price/quality: some of the rooms have the bathroom out of date and is not admisible to sell rooms as "Deluxe room" with the windows opening to an aisle...
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Submitted on 28-08-2016
We went in Continental Hotel for our first two nights in Vietnam . It was our honeymoon , we were quite disappointed by our first room. In fact we were very tired due to the jet lag , and we were awaken at 8:00 by repair work just above our room. We asked to change room , and the second was better . Besides this , the breakfast is cool and very diversified and the room is large . You can go to a spa and sport room. Cute courtyard with authentic style . The personal is not very attentive to o... Read more
from Toronto, Canada
Submitted on 29-08-2016
Let's start with the good stuff. Great first impression: central location, classy room design, refined architectural character, generally friendly staff. My third morning however, I was awoken to the sounds of hard core hammering and drilling. They were renovating the room across the way. It began at around 8 AM. Though they were considerate enough to change my room, I was scaled down to a budget version of the original room. I would have thought that an adjustment in the rate would have been ... Read more
from Bergerac, France
Submitted on 29-08-2016
We stayed on the first floor, overlooking the French Opera House. The furniture in the room was traditional Vietnamese, very ornate woodwork. The dining room had a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere, a good choice of buffet, nice and cool to relax after the hot busy streets. As I am researching the history of the French civilisation in Indochina in the last century, I was charmed by traditions in this hotel.
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Submitted on 05-09-2016
Location is good with places of interest, restuarants and shopping around the hotel. As it rained everyday at about 6pm, on the 3rd day of our stay the ceiling of our room started to leak and was given another room on the 1st floor. Breakfast is ok and room is clean. Our second room is facing the front of the hotel so abit noisy. Wifi signal is weak on the 2nd floor but abit better on 1st floor. Overall stay is only pleasant.
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Submitted on 11-09-2016
A lovely and comfortable stay in this established hotel. Be sure to enjoy breakfast in their "garden" terrace. Perfect location on Dong Khoi, the "Paris end of town". A good base for exploring beyond this area, too. Staff were friendly although not as much as I've experienced in other hotels throughout Vietnam. Note that as with so many places in Vietnam, earplugs will serve you well! Also, the hotel seems to hold a lot of functions - they did so every night during my stay - which was a lit... Read more
from Vietnam
Submitted on 11-09-2016
Had room looking into courtyard. Both nights I stayed they had wedding receptions, and as I was told they do most night. Music & MC at the level you'd expect in a stadium... & it lasts for hours! No warning was given about this. Besides that, room was extremely musty, breakfast cheap & tasteless, wifi horrible & spotty. Staff were nice. If you're going to spend this type of money, spend a little bit more and go for one of the many better hotels around. Just come here to take a photo of the facad... Read more
from Adelaide, Australia
Submitted on 12-09-2016
This hotel retains the original features from when it was built in 1880, with the added benefits of modern amenities seamlessly and thoughtfully added without detracting from the beautiful original features. The breakfast room is French in feel , yet very Asian in the choices from the buffet , and the breads are something straight out of a French Cafe! The staff are very friendly and will greet you in English and do their utmost to assist with anything , from money changing to directions to loca... Read more
from Perth, Australia
Submitted on 13-09-2016
Large modern rooms in a classical colonial style building and surroundings. It is an absolute delight. Perfectly located in the middle of Dong Khoi Street, the main street in Saigon, this hotel reminds you of Graham Greene and the gathering of war journalists during the Vietnam war. It is facing the theatre in the middle of Saigon, also a classical colonial style building.
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Submitted on 14-09-2016
We were lucky to get a free upgrade of the room. The room was very nice and spacious, nice and comfy beds. It is really an elegant hotel which shows the historical architecture of the place. We received a free snack at around 3 PM. Breakfast was really nice. Area of the hotel was really good, since it was very near to several tourist spots within the city.
from Taipei, Taiwan
Submitted on 17-09-2016
We booked 2 rooms. Normal room for kids and premium suite for us. The premium suite is really good room. Gorgeous furnitures and beautiful bathroom. It's worth staying. On the contrary, the normal room was not acceptable quality. The room is filled with the smell of the bathroom, and the bathroom itself is a bit dark taste in not good meaning. That's why I rated to 3. (I didn't ask to change the room because kids said it's okay...) In general, I really hope the country of Vietnam treats this bu... Read more
from Vung Tau Vietnam
Submitted on 18-09-2016
My wife and I have stayed for 2 days now. I fine this hotel has quite charm .the rooms are very well set out quite and dark if needed. The timber work is very nice for a old historical hotel.the French left some good things in vietnam. Breakfast was great plenty to have. You could sit inside or outside in the open air. This is a old hotel don't let that put you off from staying there. Your right in the middle of everything in the city all walking distance . If you ever been to raffles in Singap... Read more
from Saitama, Japan
Submitted on 20-09-2016
This hotel locates at the city center on Dong Khoi Street. The building is old but comfortable. I was able to enjoy good breakfast in the placid inner court. I booked the tour to Cuci Tunnels at the tour desk. It is very easy and reasonable. Even if you would not stay here, I would recommend you to visit here for drinking in front of the hotel in the daytime.
from Osted, Roskilde, Denmark
Submitted on 23-09-2016
Hotel recommended by a colleague and at first sight a really nice hotel in old style but 3 things that really annoyed me: 1. Bathroom: no place to put your toiletbag except for the floor where you had to find out where no water from the shower came by. 2. Wifi: you had to login constantly with your e-mail adress if you were on stand-by for a few minutes. Often it was only possible for 1 person at a time pr room 3. Massage: I'm mybe an old fashioned prissy woman but when you book massage for you... Read more
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