Accommodation in Saigon

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An Lam Saigon River

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 rooms come with a balcony, terrace or garden, meaning all rooms have lovely views. The river-view villas (Song & Saigon and Sunset) each have good-sized private pools and terraces overlooking the river.

The large central pool is surrounded by gardens and loungers to chill on. A fusion of French and Vietnamese, Tram Dining Room is the main restaurant with splendid views of the river. Enjoy delicious cuisine amidst crisp white linen and Vietnamese lanterns. You can even take a cooking class with the chefs so that you can continue enjoying the Vietnamese delights back home. Babysitting is available and the chefs can adapt dishes to suit picky eaters.

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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.

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