Vietnam

Saigon

A resurgent destination for the last couple of decades, the centre still retains its former name of Saigon. Learn about the turbulent past of the city at the excellent War Remnants Museum or take in the exotic carvings at the Emperor Jade Pagoda. The markets and food stalls are well worth checking out.

Accommodation in Saigon

Immaculately uniformed staff welcome you to this elegantly modern hotel, that mixes traditional Vietnamese touches with its contemporary design. Even the entry-level rooms have decorous wooden beds and sumptuous bathrooms. Two restaurants, a health club and outdoor pool complete the amenities.

Established in 1925, the Majestic Hotel has one of the city’s finest locations, where you can enjoy stunning views of the Saigon River. Centrally located, the Majestic Hotel embodies old world charm, elegance and classic French colonial architecture. The Majestic Hotel’s rooms are spacious with wood floors. Inside the hotel there is an inner courtyard surrounded by palms.

A riverside location means this Ho Chi Minh City hotel is always popular. It boasts some of the largest rooms in town, with Asian antiques and wooden furniture throughout. Bathrooms are black granite and the river views memorable. Retreat to the large circular pool and feel the hustle of the city melt away.

The original hotel dates back to 1956, but more recent renovations have transformed the entire building. Some of the previous charm is apparent in the old wing, with its lavish suites. The new wing is similarly plush, and its suites are among the most swanky in the city.

This peaceful sanctuary  is located in Thuan An Town, and the hotel’s speedboat will whoosh you to the city center in just 15 minutes. It features 2 dining options, a variety of fitness facilities, two treatment rooms, little nooks to relax in, and sweeping views of the Saigon River. Executive rooms have private plunge pools and all […]

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