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A beautiful small hotel. Great beds and nice friendly people. Great value for the price. Room with comfortable beds. We wanted to sample local food and their recommendations were great. We spent a few hours waiting for our airport taxi and they offered their free...More
1. No Lift
2. No Safe locker
3. Need to remove shoes @ GF lobby and use staircase for upper floors
4. No Mini Bar
5. No soap/shampoo
6. V. Small wash basin
7. complains for bed bucks
8. No Tag for "Do not...More
This place was disgusting. The sheets had not been changed, lint and a long hairs were between them, gross. Basically no extras were offered, besides one small towel and the worlds smallest, bar of soap. The bathroom was built with a miniature person in mind,...More
Be prepared to wait 20 minutes to get the attention of anyone on reception. Be prepared for small rooms, no hot water and poor breakfast. And ALWAYS get a cash receipt for your room, as they force you to pay cash when they know they've...More
We stayed in room 100. It's right behind reception and very loud , it's right next to the alleyway and was woken up throughout the night and by the chickens at 6am. People coming in late aswell walking down the stairs, checking out with their...More
Take only MAI LINH or VINASUN metered taxi from airport. PAY at counter. Get them to call hotel at (84-4) 38 373 566 to confirm directions. Hotel staff speaks basic english. If fail take taxi to Benh Thah market McDonalds... More
Take only MAI LINH or VINASUN metered taxi from airport. PAY at counter. Get them to call hotel at (84-4) 38 373 566 to confirm directions. Hotel staff speaks basic english. If fail take taxi to Benh Thah market McDonalds. Walk some 600m along the road sidewalk parallel to the landscape park AWAY from Ben Thanh market. Ask for directions to the address at 283/25 Pham Ngu Lao Street. Check my last post on getting into the alley where the hotel is located.