To many, Easter Sunday signifies the true beginning of spring and the renewal of nature and life. It is also a sacred day for the Christian faith and an occasion to celebrate with the city’s five-star hotels fighting it out for your presence on Sunday.
*Caravelle Saigon (17-19 Lam Son Square, Dist. 1, tel: 38234999)
Guests are invited to try caviar, champagne, lobster and more than twenty different desserts at the Caravelle Hotel’s buffet brunch.
Seafood is always the big pull at Nineteen Restaurant, and Easter Sunday is no exception. Consume fresh lobster, tiger prawns, soft-shell crab, clams, mussels, snails and more cooked to order.
A huge salad bar, barbeque station with rack of lamb and imported beef tenderloin, choice of soups, lengthy list of appetizers and more traditional main courses like roast turkey, duck and rabbit will also help loosen a few belts.
The price is around VND1.1 million++ per person
*Park Hyatt Saigon (2 Lam Son Square, Dist. 1, tel: 3824 1234)\
Easter Brunch will be offered in the Opera Restaurant from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, with a rich buffet set throughout the open kitchen. Brunch begins with a variety of starters including seafood on ice, artichoke crust, followed by savory Easter pie, fish and meat and assorted pizza from the wood-fired oven. More than ten dessert items will also be offered to finish brunch on a sweet note.
Easter eggs made of chocolate will be on sale.
Easter brunch is priced at VND1.1 million ++ per person with a free flow of Prosecco or VND1.7 million with a free flow of Champagne.
*Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon (8-15 Ton Duc Thang St., Dist. 1, tel: 3822 0033, ext. 2300)
The Renaissance is hoping to attract visitors with their alcohol choices in combination with Sunday Brunch at VND624,000++ per person or VND832,000++ per person (including a free flow of chilled vodka, wine, beer and soft drinks)
Dining Vouchers are accepted with food only. Dinning Club Members accepted. The brunch is available from noon to 3 p.m. at the Riverside Café on the hotel’s Ground Floor.
*Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers (88 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1, tel: 3827 2828)
Celebrate Easter Sunday with brunch at Saigon Café with all your favorites. Enjoy freshly chilled seafood including crabs, prawns and scampi, rack of lamb, the Sheraton’s famous grill station and splendid selection of desserts including baklava with chocolate and almonds and puff pastry filled with custard and raspberry.
*Windsor Plaza saigon (18 An Duong Vuong St., Dist. 5, tel: 3833 6688)
On Easter Sunday, the Café Central An Dong on level 4 of the hotel will feature an Easter brunch with traditional activities for children such as an Easter egg hunt and egg decorating. Additionally, classic Easter dishes, such as roast lamb, will be available.
To celebrate in style take in a superb dinner at TOTT Bar & Restaurant on level 25.
A lot of big ho chi minh hotels have been introducing their services, programs and events on their websites in order to help tour organizers consider designing MICE (meeting, incentive, convention, event) tours on demand.
Tourism experts say that international tourists and businessmen nowadays not only want to attend conferences and exhibitions at hotels and convention centers, but they also want to meet experts to discuss issues in fields of common interests. Therefore, Vietnamese service providers have been trying to diversify their services to attract more clients.
Many hotels in Vietnam have been introducing special dishes on the websites, and trying to organize cooking classes for their MICE guests. If the guests want, they can even go to market to select ingredients for cooking themselves. In general, hotels assign their cooks, who are in charge of Vietnamese cuisine, to show guests how to cook Vietnamese dishes. The cooks also act as “tour guides” in the “tours to the markets”. Cooking classes have become a regular part of the program designed for the guests at Sofitel Saigon Plaza, Rex Saigon, Caravelle saigon and InterContinental Asiana Saigon.
Discovering the taste of Vietnamese cuisine is just a part of the service package called “Insider Collection” and the sightseeing tour to HCM City offered by InterContinental Asiana Saigon. The hotels’ Business and Marketing Director Daniel Kipping, said that convention organizing companies can access www.intercontinental.com/meetings to choose predesigned normal convention packages, or design the packages themselves according to their demand.
The big hotel chain has introduced a program to be applied at the group’s hotels which includes new services which allow travelers to meet and discuss with famous persons or experts in the fields of culture or sports. The main goal of the program is to provide tourists with deeper knowledge about Vietnam which may be helpful for them in making decisions whether to do business in Vietnam. The program was introduced at InterContinental Singapore in 2010 and InterContinental Asiana Saigon in January 2011.
Through video clips, the hotel has introduced event organizers to trips to the Notre Dame Cathedral, the HCM City’s Post Office, Le Cong Kieu antiques street, Cu Chi tunnels, or sightseeing trips in the central area with motorbike taxis – one of the most popular means of transport in the city. Besides service packages with dinners on the cruisers running up and down the Saigon River, participants can also enjoy Vietnam’s iced milk-coffee, learning about the city’s life at 30-4 Park, tasting banh xeo (a kind of cake), purchasing silk products and pictures.
Kipping said that the video clip and the information from Insider Collection should be seen as suggestions for event organizers to design suitable outdoors activities.
Caravelle Saigon has also updated its website with information and images about cultural and historical sites, targeting the travelers who seek places to relax or organize trips for businessmen and MICE tourists.
Cooperation will bring benefits
Le Trung Tho, Tourism and Service Director of Thanh Thanh Cong company, said that the demand of MICE tourists has become more diversified, and that travelers nowadays always seek information online and order service packages which fit their plans and requirements.
Tho said that more and more MICE travelers wish to learn more about Vietnam through the discussions with experts. They also want to participate in bicycle trips to villages to learn about the lifestyle and traditions of local residents.
The high quality convention service packages are always ordered by foreign groups of businessmen and tourists through event organizers via mail, or ordered on the websites. Therefore, many hotels now pay more attention to developing their websites, which saves money because they can get orders directly from clients instead of via brokers.
Kipping said that clients not only demand meeting rooms with modern equipments, but also order sideline events. As one hotel cannot meet all the demands, it would be better for hotels to join forces to meet clients’ demand.
Business Development Director of InterContinental Singapore David Lam has forecasted that the number of tourists, especially businessmen, will increase again after one year of decreasing due to the global economic downturn.
Source: Thoi bao Vi Tinh
|A couple write their names on a heart-shaped cookie at the Valentines buffet at the Windsor Plaza Hotel Saigon’s last year – Photo: Courtesy of the Windsor Plaza Hotel Saigon
For Valentine’s Day, impress your partner with romantic dining, accommodation and gifts in saigon hotel and some other hotel in the central.
Caravelle saigon (19 Lam Son Square, Dist. 1, HCMC, tel: 3823 4999)
All afternoon on Valentine’s Day, the hotel’s Lobby Lounge will brew sweet nothings and a remarkable high tea. When the day wanes, both Nineteen and Reflections restaurants are set to prepare meals once enjoyed by Aphrodite herself. Each dinner comes complete with a flute of Mumm Champagne. Dinner at each of the restaurants costs nearly VND1.3 million++ while the high tea costs VND398,000++ per person.
Lobby Lounge & Restaurant Nineteen – Ground Floor – Caravelle Hotel
Reflections Restaurant – Third Floor – Caravelle Hotel
Duxton Saigon (93 Nguyen Hue Blvd., Dist. 1, HCMC, tel: 3822 2999)
Wine and dine your Valentine at the hotel’s The Grill Restaurant with romantic music by the Stroller Band, candlelit tables, heart-shape chocolates and flowers for the ladies. Valentine’s dinner buffet is priced at US$30++/person.
Mövenpick Hotel Saigon (253 Nguyen Van Troi St., Phu Nhuan Dist., tel: 3844 9222)
There will be romantic dinner menus at all the hotel’s restaurants.
The first 15 couples to book a table on this special day will receive a complimentary stay at the hotel’s brand new deluxe rooms. The price is at VND620,000++ per person including free flowing house wines, beer, soft drinks, coffee and tea. Valentine’s dinner is available from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Legend Hotel Saigon (2A-4A Ton Duc Thang St., Dist. 1, HCMC, tel: 3823 3333)
For this cupid celebration, the hotel’s executive chef Romeo Bantiling and his team will prepare a sumptuous international buffet serving an array of fresh seafood and a lavish spread of gourmet dishes at the Atrium Café. Ladies will be surprised with a special gift attractively arranged by the chefs for the night. The Valentine’s Buffet is priced at VND500,000++ for lunch and VND960,000++ for dinner. Children from 6 to 12 are half price.
Deli Corner from Feb. 12-14 offers a range of delicious chocolates and heart-shaped cakes for you to take away.
Park Hyatt Hotel (2 Lam Son Square, Dist. 1, HCMC, tel: 3824 1234)
Create precious memories over a private dinner at Opera Restaurant with Italian dishes prepared by Chef Michele Gulizzi, including a bottle of champagne and a special Valentines Day chocolate. The price is VND3.7 million++ per couple. A distinctive evening for two at Square One Restaurant is another choice at the hotel.
Renaissance Riverside Saigon Hotel (8-15 Ton Duc Thang St., Dist. 1, HCMC, tel: 3822 0033)
The hotel’s Kabin Chinese Restaurant offers Valentine’s Day dinner with an eight-course “couple menu” and a bottle of sparkling wine while Poolside Terrace and Riverside Café have their own ways to delight couples. Also includes roses and chocolates during dining.
Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers (88 Dong Khoi St., Dist. 1, tel: 3827.2828)
The hotel’s Signature Restaurant offers a delectable seven-course degustation in truly intimate ambiance while Libai Chinese Restaurant offers a romantic dinner with a traditional flair. Saigon Café and Mojo coffee shop have something special for guests.
Sofitel Saigon Plaza (17 Le Duan Blvd., Dist. 1, HCMC, tel: 3824 1555)
Until Feb. 28, the hotel has the “Magnifique Romance” offer – a touch of French elegance to mark Valentine’s Day including a Valentine’s accommodation promotion, with double A/CLUB points, a bottle of champagne on ice and a romantic gift.
Windsor Plaza Saigon (18 An Duong Vuong St., Dist. 5, HCMC, tel: 3833 6688)
Sit down together to a magnificent Valentine’s buffet dinner with over 170 Western dishes at Café Central An Dong plus a gift from an angel and delectable heart-shaped cookies to decorate and declare your love for each other. The buffet price is only VND350,000++ per person. Ngan Dinh Chinese Restaurant’s chefs will prepare special dishes for one evening only on Valentine’s Day, including two glasses of wine and live music for around VND1.2 million++ per couple. TTOT Bar & Restaurant on level 25 also offers a lavish multi-course set menu for only VND550,000++ per person.
Vinpearl Nha Trang Resort & Spa (Hon Tre Island, Vinh Nguyen Ward, Nha Trang City, tel: 058 3590 611)
There will be a special program named “A moment of love – Speak for love” on Valentine’s Day featuring special buffets from Asian to Western cuisines for guests at Vinpearl Nha Trang Resort & Spa. The resort will be transformed into a paradise of multicolored flowers from the bedroom to dining table. Guests will receive a chocolate box from the resort to make their Valentine’s Day sweeter.
Saigon Domaine Luxury Residences (1057 Binh Quoi, Ward 28, Binh Thanh Dist., tel: 3556 6163)
This Valentine’s weekend, Saigon Domaine, a luxury serviced residence complex on the banks of the Saigon River on Thanh Da Island offers a special package. Guests who book a four-night stay (Feb. 11 -15) will get a special low rate of US$169 per night, with the fourth night for free. The package also includes a bottle of chilled champagne and fresh flowers in the room upon arrival.
The chef’s special Western set menu in the intimate al fresco setting of the River Garden is just US$19++ per person, and don’t miss the 25% discount off a romantic moonlight Thanh Da island boat tour.
By Dat Tien in HCMC
|An ao dai (Vietnamese long dress) fashion show at the Majestic Hotel Saigon – Photo: Courtesy of Saigontourist
For Saigonese and guests to the city to celebrate the Lunar New Year with delicious food and wine, two hotels under Saigontourist in downtown HCMC present special food and entertainment programs.
Majestic Hotel Saigon (1 Dong Khoi Street, District 1, tel: 3829 5517)
On Lunar New Year’s Eve (February 2), at the hotel’s Prima Ballroom & Breeze Sky Bar, guests can enjoy a buffet of Western and Asian dishes with free champagne, wine, beer, soft drinks, and mineral water from 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. for US$89 per adult.
At the hotel’s M Bar on the eighth floor, an outdoor barbecue buffet will be held from 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. on February 2. Tickets are priced at US$89 per adult, inclusive of all kinds of drinks.
Also that night, admire the fireworks display, at the Serenade Restaurant on the seventh floor to eat from a sumptuous selection of European and Asian cuisine. Tickets are US$79 per adult.
All the Majestic venues will have entertainment such as lion dance, calligraphy displays, New Year music and dance shows and fashion shows.
Grand Hotel Saigon (8 Dong Khoi Street, District 1, tel: 3829 4046)
Do the New Year in classic Vietnamese style with an exotic Vietnamese Tet food program featuring banh tet, banh chung (glutinous rice cakes filled with green bean paste and fat pork), steamed pork with coconut water, vegetable pickles and watermelon to name a few. The hotel will give lucky money for guests.
The program will be prepared at the hotel’s Chez-Nous Restaurant from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. from January 30 to February 5. Tickets are priced at US$20 each.
On Lunar New Year’s Eve, enjoy the view of the fireworks display at the hotel’s Belle-vue Restaurant and enjoy the excellent service and delicious dishes with a cocktail party, Flamenco band, dance shows, gameshow, and lucky door prizes. Tickets are priced at US$35 per adult and US$20 per child.
At the swimming pool area, relax at the barbecue buffet from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. from January 30 to February 5 featuring grilled salmon with salt, barbecued lamb ribs, oyster and salads plus music by Filipino music band.
Tickets are VND90,000++ to VND280,000++ per dish. Buy 10 tickets in advance before January 30 get one free.
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First Hotel will put into operation new bedrooms and restaurants, built with funding from Saigontourist Holding Company, to serve the increasing number of customers, including VIPs
Located in the heart of Tan Binh District and being around five minutes from Tan Son Nhat International Airport by car, the First Hotel is an ideal stopover for guests who take part in international conferences, fairs and exhibitions as exhibitors at nearby exhibition centers like Tan Binh Exhibition and Convention Center and Phu Tho Exhibition Center.
With its separate space, the hotel is an ideal place to stay for visitors to HCM City. Guests from here can go shopping at shopping centers such as Parkson, Maximark Cong Hoa, Big C and Lotte Mart, which are within the diameter of 2km from the hotel.
The First Hotel is one of the big four-star hotels in Ho chi minh. Since 1999, it has been selected as one of Vietnam’s top hotels by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and the Vietnam Tourism Association.
By the end of 2010, the First Hotel completed a big projects worth VND60 billion (approximately US$3 million) to build 41 new deluxe bedrooms and two Japanese-Chinese restaurants, and upgrade four Vietnamese-Korean restaurants together with public utilities. With the new constructions, when put into operation, the hotel will have 152 rooms of international standards, classified as Superior, Deluxe, Executive Deluxe, First ED, Junior Suite and Suite, and six restaurants serving Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and Korean cuisines. In addition, the wedding party center with five halls has also been upgraded. The conference section has also been upgraded, with eight rooms to seat 20-700 people.
Explaining the reason for building and upgrading facilities of the First Hotel, Huynh Van Phat, the hotel director, says, “The First Hotel’s customers, especially foreigners, have higher demands. The First Hotel doesn’t want to lose its position, so we decided to invest in raising our position and maintaining it for the next 10 years.”
The hotel’s restaurants always attract the attention of local and foreign diners. Jacques Thermolle-First Hot Pot Restaurant, with deluxe, cozy space, serves European and Asian dishes. Its main room can seat over 150 people. Three rooms for VIPs are for groups of customers ordering parties for 5-20 people and one big room. Unlike other restaurants, the broths at the First Hotpot have their own sauce. Other dishes are ones that have won prizes at international gastronomic contests.
Pho Nuong De Nhat Restaurant, located outdoors, serves diverse grilled dishes of the three regions of Vietnam and seafoods. Aside from lunch, dinner and parties, the restaurant serves breakfast with special dishes.
Quan Ngon De Nhat Restaurant serves hundreds of Vietnamese dishes of different styles at reasonable prices. Decorated with the style of a countryside, the restaurant can receive more than 100 people. Rooms for separate parties are also available.
The Korean Restaurant on the ground floor serves Korean dishes prepared directly by Korean cooks.
At the new section of the hotel, the Japanese and Chinese restaurants with deluxe architecture and exclusive cuisines will be advantages for the First Hotel to lure more customers.
On the occasion of the new section’s opening, the First Hotel offer a discount of 40% for its room rates. In addition, it offers special incentives for customers who use its package conference service until June 30, 2011: US$19/guest (excluding lunch), US$28/guest (including lunch). The prices include decoration for the conference room for half a day, coffee, tea, fruit juices, screen and overhead projector.
First Hotel ho chi minh:
18 Hoang Viet St., Tan Binh Dist., HCM City.
This month, the Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon welcomed its new director of finance, Mr. Stathi Kallinikos.
Renaissance Riverside Saigon hotel - Exterior
Most notably, Kallinikos has previously worked for Renaissance Leipzig Hotel in Germany and the Marriott Grosvenor Square in London in finance positions.
In his recent assignment as the Financial Controller at the JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta, Kallinikos demonstrated that he is well equipped to handle many different kinds of difficulties.
“Personally I am looking forward to the full Vietnamese experience and I will most likely be spotted out and about Ho Chi Minh City’s cafés, restaurants, markets and green spaces,” said Kallinikos. “It’s great to be back with the Renaissance brand after a few years away.”
Renaissance Hotels is an upscale brand with more than 145 properties in 32 countries that caters to passionate travelers in search of authentic local discoveries when traveling for business or leisure.
Traveling to Vietnam without visiting Ho Chi Minh City is a great miss. Each city of Vietnam has its own features and living style. If Hanoi is more antique then Ho Chi Minh City is rather modern and energetic in living style and other aspects of daily life. The city is formerly known as Saigon. Saigon today is more hustle and bustle than in the past, it is considered the capital of Vietnam’s Southern region. Saigon is a bustling, dynamic and industrious center, the largest city in the country, the economic capital and the cultural trendsetter. Embracing both traditional and modern beauty, Saigon is an ideal destination of interest for all generations with different features. Dam Sen Water Park, Notre Dame Cathedral (Nha Tho Duc Ba), incense Thien Hau Pagoda, Revolutionary Museum and the War Remnants Museum, etc. are great options for you when staying here. Besides, streets in Saigon have lots of markets, shops, pavement cafes, stands-on-wheels and vendors are also good stop-by. It is impossible not to be infected by its exhilarating vibe. As the largest and modern city of Vietnam, the best hotels are also found most in here, making your stay deeply comfortable. Hotels in Saigon Vietnam range from the very cheap to the most luxurious ones, meeting the demand of all types of travelers.
Nowadays, Ho Chi Minh city has more than 640 hotels with 11 five-star hotels for high-ranking travelers. Some of them were internationally recognized, for example: Caravelle Hotel, New World Hotel, Hotel Continental saigon, Windsor plaza hotel, Equatorial hotel….One more interesting and noteworthy point is that Tan Son Nhat Airport, located in Tan Binh District, is Ho Chi Minh city’s international gateway. This is the largest international airport in Vietnam in terms of area and passengers.
The average room rate at three- to five-star hotels in ho chi minh has fallen by 10% this year to US$98 per night due to a strong increase in supply, the city’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism said.
The city currently has 68 three- to five-star hotels with nearly 9,230 rooms, an increase of 13 hotels with nearly 1,200 rooms, including around 300 rooms at the five-star hotel InterContinental Asiana Saigon, the department said in a report.
Newcomers include three four-star hotels namely Oscar Saigon, Liberty Central and Norfolk hotel with 312 rooms, and nine three-star hotels with more than 580 rooms.
Some hotel operators in the city told the Daily that they had to slash room rates because the travel industry still had not fully recovered, especially in the beginning of the year.
“Our average room rate has fallen 5% this year despite higher costs. We will maintain our rate for next year,” said Tao Van Nghe, general director of the five-star Rex Hotel in downtown HCMC.
However, a sharp increase in international arrivals – growing 20% to 3.1 million this year to date – has brought about a positive outcome for hotels in the city, especially the occupancy rate.
According to the report, the average room occupancy has reached around 67%, up 12 percentage points compared to last year’s.
The department said HCMC would get around 800 new rooms at three- to four-star hotels next year, including new hotels and overhauled ones. The service quality at three-to five-star hotels in Ho chi minh can compare well with hotels of the same categories in the region.
Source: SaigonTimes Online
The city of Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam is one of the largest in the country. What was once the city of Saigon, Ho Chi Minh is a fast paced city full of economical change and cultural attractions.
You will, of course, need a great place to stay in between excursions into the city and we’re prepared to uncover some of the most popular hotels in Ho Chi Minh.
9. Asian Ruby Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
The Asian Ruby Hotel Ho Chi Minh City hotel is located in the center of Saigon. The hotel boasts a stunning French colonial architectural style and is minutes away from many of the city’s most popular attractions. You’ll find yourself within walking distance of the Notre Dame Cathedral, Ben Thanh Market, and China Town, amongst other incredible attractions.
8. Majestic Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Also located in the center of the city is the gorgeous Majestic Hotel Ho Chi Minh City. It’s a comfortable hotel and the staff is bound to make you feel right at home during your stay. The rooms are decorated in an elegant French colonial style but are fully equipped to meet the needs of any traveler. The hotel restaurant serves both Oriental and international dishes and has a dessert menu so stunning you’ll want to skip your main course.
7. Caravelle Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
The luxurious Caravelle Hotel Ho Chi Minh is located in the heart of the city’s business district and is a great place for both business and leisure travelers to stay. The hotel is just moments from the airport and offers a myriad of sophisticated and pampering amenities. Make sure you stop by the Port Orient Restaurant for a bite to eat off their stunning international menu. The Saigon Bar and the Lobby Lounge are very nice as well.
6. New World Hotel Saigon
The New World Hotel Saigon hotel is the perfect destination for tourists who want to be located in the thick of the city’s activities at all times. You’ll find yourself within close proximity of the Opera House, Saigon Water Park, War Remnant Museum, and Vietnam Wonder Land as well as a number of historic attractions. Make sure you eat at least one meal in either the Parkview Restaurant or Dynasty Restaurant, too!
5. Continental Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Also located in the center of the city is the Continental Hotel Ho Chi Minh City. This small hotel has a contemporary flair that makes it perfect for travelers from all walks of life. The hotel is within close proximity of the Chu Chi Tunnels, Ho Chi Minh City Museum, and the Emperor Jade Pagoda as well as several other attractions. The hotel has its own restaurant and bar where you can relax after a long day of tourism.
4. Hotel Equatorial Ho Chi Minh City
The stunning Hotel Equatorial is located a mere 20 minutes away from the Ho Chi Minh airport and is only a few minutes away from some of the area’s most popular recreational parks, shopping centers, and commercial businesses. The 333 room hotel is elegantly decorated, provides stellar customer service, and serves delicious Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine in its Golden Phoenix Restaurant.
3. Sofitel Saigon Plaza
Conveniently located in the center of the city’s business district, the Sofitel Saigon Plaza will not disappoint you, regardless of your reason for being in town. The gorgeous, historic Le Duan Boulevard, upon which the hotel is situated, is moments away from the airport, Reunification Palace, and a wide variety of local shopping malls. The hotel specializes in offering comfortable accommodations for physically challenged guests as well.
2. Legend Hotel Saigon
The charming Legend Hotel Saigon is located in the historic section of Ho Chi Minh and is nestled right on the edge of the river. The breathtaking skyrise provides visitors with stunning views of the city while providing a sense of tranquility and seclusion at the same time. The Atrium Café is renowned for its Euro-Continental and Asian menu.
1. Windsor Plaza Hotel Saigon
The Windsor Plaza Hotel Saigon is a stunning addition to the skyline of Ho Chi Minh. It offers a wide variety of facilities for commercial events and conventions but is welcoming to travels in town for pleasure as well. The staff is attentive, the accommodations are plentiful, and the Vietnamese and Thai food served at the onsite restaurant is decadent.
The city of Ho Chi Minh is bustling with activity but at the same time offers visitors a wide variety of options to choose from when it comes to entertainment and attractions. Choose a great hotel as your starting point and you’ll appreciate every moment thereafter.