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Roseland Point Hotel

65 Ho Tung Mau St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 700000 Vietnam
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Located right in the heart of the business and financial centers, surrounded by lots of eateries and restaurants, travel agents, tickets offices, shopping mall…, Roseland Point boasts a most convenience location for any discerned business travelers. The Hotel offers 45 rooms and suites, all of which are modern equipped and enjoy nice city view, especially visitors can enjoy a private balcony and s
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
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Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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English, Vietnamese


65 Ho Tung Mau St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 700000 Vietnam
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rosieox wrote a review Jan 2020
Westcliffe, Colorado
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed for four nights at the Roseland Point Hotel. The first night there they put us on the third floor. The windows in the hallway of the third floor open to a brick wall that is the back wall of a night club. The music vibrates all throughout the rooms. It is LOUD. We asked to be moved and they moved us to the 9th floor. You could not hear the music from that floor. The rooms were clean and spacious. The location is fairly central to Ho Chi Minh city. It was a safe area and the staff was very friendly. We would stay there again…just not on the third floor.
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Date of stay: January 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: DO NOT let them put you on the third floor.
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Dan N wrote a review Mar 2019
Visalia, California
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The stay was comfortable all be it a little noisy but as expected for Saigon
However in check out as I am leaving the room house keeping walked in immediately to do an inventory of the room for any usage of their fridge and supplies
As I am downstairs checking out they called down to front desk manager saying that I had dirtied a hand towel and it was not washable and must pay for such item
Now mind you from room on third floor to ground floor it was 3 minutes.
They said I would have to pay 150,000 vnd for an old hand towel this is ruffle $7 usd
Claiming that the mango fruit stain I had was not washable in 3 minutes of whatever housekeeping method was used
I could see a missing towel ... they backed down after I asked them to bring it to show me and they failed to do so was I allowed to leave the premises
I would have given this facility 5 star for the other staff members and their overall great service but the housekeeper and argumentative front desk person took them to three stars as I would not recommend this hotel as there are many choices in Saigon and even in this street
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Lillebr0r wrote a review Aug 2013
Hamar, Norway
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The staff -
from the bell-boys, Eddy, Kevin, Andy and Thong..
to the front desk girls; Ha Pham, An and Anh and of course the man in black Mr. Huu Anh
- were really wonderful, very accommodating and service minded. If you needed something, never problem with these guys at work...
I stayed here for 31 nights and I will use this hotel next time I come to Saigon..
Overall I can definitely recommend this hotel.
The hotel's location is hard to beat. It is right next to the Financial Tower and very central in District 1 and in walking distance to many places of interest.

The housekeepers was VERY NOISY early in the morning.... started around 7-7.30am outside my room.. (801)
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Date of stay: July 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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kemchong wrote a review Mar 2012
Chicago, IL
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Poor maintenance of bathroom leading to shower faucet not "fixed" in its location and buzzing noise after turning off the main light (don't go off for more than 5 minutes unless the lights are turned back on).
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Date of stay: March 2012
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Mr.Ashwell wrote a review Sept 2013
Shiki, Japan
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I could rant on and on about my experience at this hotel but I will attempt to be as brief as possible.

After being disappointed by a 4 star hotel the previous year in HCMC, I and my wife decided to book a less expensive hotel and book its largest room, so we decided to book a grand suite in Tan Hai Long 3.

We booked and prepaid for our room 3 months before our trip - a Grand Suite for 4 nights for 3 people (I, my wife and her sister).

After reading some reviews on Tripadvisor where guests experienced being downgraded, we started to worry. I sent an email to the hotel’s sales department on 3 separate occasions to confirm the booking and, also, to make it clear that we were worried about being downgraded and requested a guarantee from the sales department that we would not be downgraded. We also checked that we would not have to pay for having an extra bed in our room.

Our booking was confirmed. I was told that there would be no charge for the extra bed. I was also told the following:

“I would like to ensure that you will have the Grand Suite Room with balcony (no.801) on the arrival date and there will be no downgrade.”

On arrival, the receptionist informed us that the room we had booked was under maintenance so she would have to downgrade us to a suite. She claimed the ceiling was broken and water was leaking into the room.

We didn’t believe a word of it. We demanded to see the maintenance before discussing a different room. She said she could not show us the room because it was locked and ‘blocked off’. She said the workman that were fixing the room had stepped out to buy some supplies and they had the key. We asked to see the manager. We waited and waited.

About 40-50 minutes after arriving at the hotel the receptionist admitted she had lied to us and the room was not under maintenance. Someone else had been given the room we had pre-booked and paid for.

We were all quite irate and a fair amount of explosive behavior erupted in the hotel lobby. Next we were offered a suite room. The deal the hotel offered was that, as we would have a smaller/cheaper room, she would not charge us for the 3rd (extra) bed in the room. But we had an email from the sales department stating that we would not have to pay for the 3rd bed as it was included in the price. She attempted to revise her offer twice more - a 12 dollar refund per night, and then a 20 dollar discount per night.

We persisted in asking to talk to the manager but she maintained that the manager was away on family business and could not speak English anyway. We were not satisfied with the refund she had offered. She told us we could compare the current price of the suite and grand suite on the internet, using - the site we had booked through - so that we could confirm that the price she was offering was more than fair.

We checked the price of the two rooms on the internet:

The grand suite was advertised at $85 dollars per night.
The suite was advertised at $50 per night.
(These prices were for 3 people.)
The receptionist was offering us a $20 refund per night while the difference was clearly $35.

In addition to this, she also offered us a late check out (16:00) and a free taxi to the airport (worth $5). That was appreciated but it still did not make it a fair deal in our opinion. No amount of discussion would persuade her that the difference we were owed was more than $20 per night.

Take a moment to consider 2 other points:

1] The grand suite room was still being advertised as available on the internet, even though, clearly it was not.
2] The receptionist actually told us to compare the prices online and so had no idea at what price these rooms were actually being advertised at.

She argued that we had paid for the grand suite 3 months ago when it was cheaper, so we actually had not paid $85 dollars for it. She claimed we had paid less. I checked this.

3 months earlier, we had paid 35,346 Japanese Yen for 3 people for 4 nights in a grand suite.

When we booked the room on May 19, 2013, the exchange rate was 103 yen for 1 dollar.

35,346 divided by 103 = $343
Therefore (dividing by 4), one night = $85.75

We had paid $85.75 dollars per night. She was offering a room advertised at $50 per night so the offer of $20 per night refund was clearly an attempt to short change us.

She offered a full refund, but we decided to take the suite room than be without anywhere to stay and be left to the mercy of her maths. How could we believe a full refund would be based on reality?

The receptionist just could not accept the simple mathematical proof with which we provided her. We had all the documentation showing what we had paid. Yet they were unable to show us any mathematical proof of how they came to their number. The receptionist simply kept saying that she was ‘sure’ about it.

So, the deal we got was a refund of $20 per night, a free taxi to the airport (worth about $5) and a late check out at 16:00. We pushed for a later checkout, but she wouldn’t give it to us unless we paid for an extra day’s stay.

We had wasted 2 hours at check in. This is not an exaggeration.

The following day the manager of the hotel - Jessica - came to our room to talk to us. She was extremely professional and managed to resolve the situation as well as was probably possible at that time. We did not ask for it, but she gave us a later checkout time - 21:00, which was perfect as our plane was at about 23:30. We believe this finally gave us a reasonable deal as we effectively stayed an extra day at the hotel for free. I would like to thank Jessica for taking the time to come and talk to us and resolve the issue.

My wife’s sister asked the manager that the receptionist apologise to us for lying. The apology was offered by telephone.

When in HCMC, either book at a hotel with a reputation that precedes it, or book the most basic room in any other kind of hotel to avoid being downgraded.

At least at the Tan Hai Long 3, it felt to me like the hotel had messed up, but, at least on the day we checked in, were not willing to offer fair compensation. Thankfully, the manager there is someone who understands how the service industry should work. Sadly, the hotel does seem to have adopted a policy of always offering every type of room, even if it is not available.

Although I cannot speak for my wife and her sister, personally, I felt the manager was able to resolve the matter. However, the fact that we were downgraded, lied to, ripped off and delayed at check in still rankles, thus I feel unable to rate my experience as terrible rather than just poor.

If you are going to stay here, book the cheapest room.
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Date of stay: August 2013
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Mark B wrote a review Apr 2013
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Understandably this is a 3 star hotel, and as such you would expect issues. However, in comparison to other 3 star hotels that we have stayed at throughout Vietnam, this one is putrid. This is a small rant of issues, that you should be aware of:

1. We were given the usual customer service approach at reception- 'We have upgraded you to a deluxe room". What is meant here is, that all our rooms are pretty much all the same, but we will call it 'deluxe' so you feel that we are giving you that added service.
2. The 'deluxe' room (room 105) had a window with a view of the neighbours kitchen and a brick wall (2m outlook).
3. The air con controller was broken.
4. When the air con did work, it had a loud humming noise.
5. There was a 'rat eaten' mattress living in the corridor.
6. The shower and bath are not separate like advertised on the website.
7. The bed sheets and bath towels had stains all over them. Maybe ok, but who knows what the stain is?
8. There were 4 air con condensing units outside the window, dripping water onto the steel fire stairs all night (drip, drip, drip all night long).
9. The mini bar fridge kicks into a loud humming noise every 10 minutes.
10. When we asked if we could upgrade to a better room (willing to pay extra). The receptionist said that we had already been upgraded and that our final 2 nights of a 3 night stay would be downgraded to the standard room. I.e. we need you to pack your things up after settling in for your first night, so we can move you to another room. That's not annoying is it?

We would highly recommend you look elsewhere. The Eden or Duxton (costs a little more) are far better.
Regarding the location. It is on the outskirts of the CBD in the financial district. There are better options in terms of location.
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Date of stay: April 2013Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from TanHaiLong3, Front Office Manager at Roseland Point Hotel
Responded 23 Apr 2013
Dear Mr.Mark B, We greatly appreciate your time to write a response, it is very important for our staff to address these problems in order to correct them. Your feedback is valuable to us. As we are learning everyday to achieve a satisfactory stay for our guests. We are currently looking into these issues to investigate and to improving our service. Customer satisfaction is our main concern. Being a 2-star hotel, we have own standards and guidelines to follow to be able to compete with our competitors.We are doing our best to provide a safe and satisfactory accommodation for our guests. As a remedy for this, I would like to invite you back for a free 1 night stay at our hotel.This complimentary stay will allows us to correct our mistakes and to provide you with a satisfactory stay at Tan Hai Long 3 Hotel. Please feel free to contact me through email or call my direct line at +84 909 839 008 the next time you're in town. Once again, Thankyou and Best Regards, Vo, Huong
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AppleAdam wrote a review Feb 2014
Hanoi, Vietnam
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I had stayed at this hotel several times and had some very good times.
However the last time the manager Huu Anh 'played about' with my room: I was booked for quite a long stay and one day travelled to Vung Tau leaving my belongings in my room. The manager (without my permission) moved my things and re-rented my room! Incompetently he did not check the wardrobe, and several very expensive polo shirts were lost. I challenged him many times but he did not have any idea what to do.
The following day I heard a guest ask for his room key (which was the room I previously had) and asked him if I could check the room. Luckily and because the guest was honest, I eventually found my lost clothes.
The manager sacked a bell boy as a result of this which was unfair, as it was the manager's incompetence and improper behaviour that caused this.
The manager has a bad habit of blaming his very good staff and I am sure that the owner is unaware of what is happening. Staff turnover is far too high. Problem is the manager, not the staff.
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Date of stay: November 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Make sure the manager does not re-rent your room if you travel. Do not listen to the manager:...
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Sam R wrote a review Aug 2015
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Very disappointed with hotel. Rating 3 star not correct. More like a 1 star at best. Rooms smell. Complained about smell in room ask to change room had to pay extra. Staff rude. Kitchen staff using bathroom to wash up. Only enough seating for 15 people at breakfast. Would not recommend. Book for 3 nights left after 1st night
Not happy at all. Stayed in many boutique hotel but this was the worst.
Sam R
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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TraveLeezy wrote a review Oct 2014
Perth, Australia
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I had done my research and tan hai long 3 was my pick due to positive reviews. Unfortunately, my experience wasn't all positive.
My partner and I had booked in for 3 nights many months ago. On arrival at the hotel (after a long 11 hour transit thanks to a cancelled flight), we were looking forward to a little food and some much needed sleep. Unfortunately, upon giving our itinerary, we were informed by the THL3 manager that "the pipes were broken and we are booked into another hotel". He assured us that it would only be for the night and that if the pipes had been fixed, we would be back at THL3 the next day. So we allowed them to take us to the other hotel.
We were taken 5 mins away at tan hai long 5, and along the way my partner and I both agreed that something wasn't right. When we arrived there, the hotel attendant at THL5 informed us that we were booked in to stay the entire 3 nights. That was when I lost my patience. I told them that it was unfair for them to relocate us to an area we did not want to stay in just because they didn't have a room ready for us in the hotel we booked for. After some time, they promised that we would stay only for the night. I was tired and agreed. They wanted our passports but we refused to leave them with the attendants. Understandably, we had been shafted and did not want anything more happening to us. On our way up to the room, a resident on our floor had a lady "friend who was coming to visit". I'm sorry but I wasn't born yesterday. My partner and I frowned at each other. We got inside our room and I wanted to cry. It was run down, dirty and something like a backpackers residence. My partner started looking at hotels and decided that we should just get a full refund and pay a bit extra for the Sheraton which was near THL3. During his hotel search, he found that on the Internet rooms were available at THL3. We were mad and immediately rang up the attendants. We told them of our plans, hung up and grabbed our bags to leave. It was 11:30pm at this stage. On our way out, we were met by the manager of the 2 hotels, an older man. It was all very civilized although we had had enough. He was very apologetic saying that the other manager of THL3 was "new". We explained that we didn't like being lied to and that it would just be easier to get a full refund so we could stay elsewhere. The manager was persistent (I'll give him credit for that) and didn't want us going elsewhere. Instead he arranged for us to stay in their suite at THL3 for the night, then move into the room we had booked and paid for for the remainder of our stay. This is what should have happened from the start and we were stunned it wasn't. It would have saved a lot of heartache and my review would have a different ending.
I hope this scenario has taught the "new" manager something about finding better solutions to please the customer when you have made a mistake. We know he was sorry as he never made eye contact with us for the remainder of our stay.
Anyway, to the pros and cons of the hotel!
The pros: The hotel location is good. There is the bitexco skydeck right across the road, and amazing Vietnamese rolls and other local fare at the hawkers stands on the corner of the street. Taxis can be caught easily from the skydeck taxi rank and the taxis are dirt cheap. All your attractions are in walking distance if you feel up to it. The hotel itself is clean and tidy. It is worn, but no where near as bad as THL5. The suite is good and has a lot of room as well as a deck, but we were just as happy in our deluxe room. Our safe was broken in our second room but it was replaced by the hotel attendants. The free wifi works very well and doesn't seem to drop out.
The cons: We refused to leave our passports at the desk for the duration of our stay. I did not see the reason for this. We were happy for them to photocopy them, but we insisted we got them back immediately. Every bed we slept in was squeaky. If you toss and turn a bit at night you could be waking up your partner often, as was our case. Pillows are very firm, for those who need something softer you may need to bring your own or improvise with towels. There is only 1 card for the room so anything perishable won't keep well in their bar fridge. We had ants; they didn't phase us much; they are much smaller than the ants we are used to; but just a heads up to ensure you do not keep food lying around your room. For those who have mobility issues, the bath tub may be a hazard as it sits high off the ground.
Tip: There is a lot of street noise in the early mornings (from 6am) so if you enjoy a sleep in or are a light sleeper, ask for a room away from the street.
Unfortunately, we didn't eat their breakfast thanks to all the delicious and ridiculously cheap hawkers nearby, but it seemed they served standard breakfast fare. Every morning I awoke to the smell of toast :)
So, would I stay here again? Unfortunately not. Our experience has ruined any chance of revisiting this hotel. I think I would pay the extra money for a good nights sleep in a comfortable bed with ample sheets. Anywhere you stay in HCMC is a good location thanks to the very cheap and plentiful taxis!
I hope that sharing this experience with you has also made you aware that yes, bad things happen, and you should trust your gut instinct if something doesn't seem right. This is possibly the longest review I have written to date!
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Date of stay: July 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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liew Y wrote a review May 2012
4.0 of 5 bubbles
intended to stay in a 3 star, expected a 3 star but was very satisfied with my stay. receptionist always welcoming and helpful. they kept my passport and travel itinerary (which i printed out) instead of returning it to me, when they were done with their recording of information. but are willing to return to me as requested. Kim the receptionist greeted us.

1st night was upgraded to superior even though booked for deluxe, asked if we wanted to continue to stay in superior for additional charges(10USD). stayed in superior as deluxe was 'not available'. 2nd & 3rd night we decided on putting up in deluxe as planned.

Hotel is right next to bitexco tower, 10-15 mins walk to ben thanh market if you're experienced with the traffic. there are some local food stalls along street nearby. Nguyen hue is more up market, with chain stores and restaurants.

is on the 6th floor, two windows (one with view the other without), bathtub with shower head, hot water, air con, wifi was strong and fast, queen sized bed that is comfy.

is on the 1st floor(in vietnam starts from ground floor), one window(without view), bathtub with shower head, hot water, air con. smaller than the superior. wifi not strong enough when in room. ceiling very thin with noise coming from above. queen sized bed that is comfy.

reasonable to fill your tummy and get out till noon. more or less self service. dining area is pretty small (accommodate approx 16 ppl).

3 computers with internet f.o.c to be used at anytime in dinning area. circle K(convenience store) located right next to hotel, 24/7. They have a map of the city centre f.o.c which i used throughout my entire trip(sufficient to get by, landmarks marked out), Taxi available most of the time, vinasun taxi representative positioned outside hotel (means you won't get cheated).

i highly recommend staying in this hotel for its price, there are other tan hai long hotels located nearer to ben thanh market. i believe THL3 is much quieter and guarded more from traffic noise. just don't pick the deluxe room, i won't next time. I tried to email them about airport pickup but their email address kept rejecting my mail. I was not disturbed, harassed or felt unsafe, during my stay.
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Date of stay: May 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: do not choose deluxe on 1st floor
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ginok408 asked a question Nov 2018
Singapore, Singapore2 contributions
Is this Roseland group girls friendly hotel?
Answer from lauradenem
Nanaimo, Canada67 contributions30 helpful votes
I cant say for sure but from my experience of staying there I would say yes.
Answer from graeme c
Hobart, Australia7 contributions2 helpful votes
When you book, ask to book a taxi through the hotel. They have selected drivers who offer a fixed price to the hotel. It should be the equivalent of about A$8.00 in Dong.
Daryl_boy asked a question Dec 2016
Singapore, Singapore1 contribution
How much is the airport transfer ?
Answer from Jewellie
New Delhi, India88 contributions8 helpful votes
I can't remember but no more then $20.
Answer from Ponniveerappan
Malaysia130 contributions15 helpful votes
I think it's office hour.
Answer from SevenSeasTraveller
Gross-Zimmern, Germany148 contributions69 helpful votes
The name (and ownership) has changed mid of 2015 to Roseland Point Hotel. I got confused when I booked it under the former name and received a confirmation under the new name
rosieox wrote a tip Jan 2020
Westcliffe, Colorado457 contributions169 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"DO NOT let them put you on the third floor."
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MissM2222 wrote a tip Apr 2019
Hanoi, Vietnam6 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The standard room has no windows, so if this is important to you - you will need to upgrade."
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Jon M wrote a tip Dec 2018
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand619 contributions238 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms at Back of Hotel will be the Quietest"
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ChrisandArasham wrote a tip Aug 2018
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia3 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Superior room"
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Kiwi1963 wrote a tip June 2018
Wollongong, Australia269 contributions186 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"rooms ending in 05"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Roseland Point Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Roseland Point Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Amaï Dong Khoi (0.4 km), Metiseko - Saigon (0.4 km), and Nguyen Hue Street (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Roseland Point Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Roseland Point Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Roseland Point Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free instant coffee during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Roseland Point Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kabin, The Lounge - Sheraton Saigon Grand Opera Hotel, and Rooty Bar.
Does Roseland Point Hotel have airport transportation?
Yes, Roseland Point Hotel offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Roseland Point Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Roseland Point Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Vietnamese.
Are there any historical sites close to Roseland Point Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Independence Palace (1.1 km), People's Committee Building (0.6 km), and Former U.S. Embassy (1.3 km).
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