Hotel located on Nguyen Hue st but the room is still very quiet & clean,nice staff. Hotel room is big, the aircon is a bit old & when I flush the toilet, it takes a while for the water to stop. Everything else is great.
The hotel was ok. Room was tired, carpet patched in a few places and in desperate need of replacing. Their Internet was unstable and mostly unusable. It looked to me like their gateway kept going offline and possibly rebooting, every 5 minutes or so. Their DHCP server also tended to take upwards of 5 minutes to issue an address. I complained at the front desk and they were willing to send someone to my room to show me how to use my phone. The service was consistently bad during my whole stay. Other than that everything was pretty average. The doorman was very friendly. Since breakfast wasn't included, I never tried the restaurant in the hotel. Around the hotel are mostly high-end restaurants. If you want something more authentic, you need to go for a bit of a hike. Some of the major museums and attractions are within walking distance.
Staffs are very friendly. Be careful with the tour package recommended by hotel staff, the price is not including some attractions' entry fee. It would be better if the staff can highlight this to the customers before they take the package.
The upscale, commercial heart of the city, Dong Khoi is one of the most famous streets in the city. Along with high end boutiques and restaurants, wonderful specimens of French Colonial architecture are to be found on it. After visiting the Opera house, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Central Post Office, which was designed by Gustav Eiffel, experience Vietnamese café culture at trendy Café L'usine.