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Hotel Nikko Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$221

Hotel Nikko Saigon

235 Nguyen Van Cu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Nikko hotel"
Great hotel with very helpful staff who speak English. Room was very clean and nice food from the restaurant including god room service food.
Traveller from Melbiurne
First Hotel Ho Chi Minh - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$214

First Hotel Ho Chi Minh

18 Hoang Viet St Tan Binh Dist, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"I thought the hotel was very good "
I would stay there again in a great spot but only one thing was the buffet breakfast wasn't that good
A Traveller
Hotel Majestic Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$237

Hotel Majestic Saigon

01 Dong Khoi Street District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Excellent location in District 1 "
Stayed in a suite which I would certainly recommend ....the suite had 2 rooms, one being a sitting room and the other being the bedroom with the most comfortable king size bed. The bathroom was fab with a big bath and shower in the bath. Everything about the suite was just right. The service was great, staff very friendly and helpful. Had a seafood buffet which is expensive in Vietnamese terms, however it which was delicious and the breakfast was fantastic.
Traveller from australia
Caravelle Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$318

Caravelle Saigon

19 - 23 Lam Son Square, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Great Hotel, in great location"
Beautiful hotel with many dining and bar options right in the heart of District 1, able to walk to most attractions. Bed super comfortable and room was spacious.
A Traveller
New World Saigon Hotel - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$222

New World Saigon Hotel

76 Le Lai Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Great location with amazing breakfast"
We stayed 4 nights at New World and really enjoyed it. We loved to relax at the pool (although it was sometimes a bit too crowded and not enough sun chairs) in the middle of this busy city. The location is really central. The rooms are clean and spacious (deluxe room) and overlook the city. The staff is really friendly and helpful. Great and big breakfast with lots of fresh products - just amazing.
Traveller from Melbourne
Le Duy Grand Hotel - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$112

Le Duy Grand Hotel

82-84 Cach Mang Thang 8 St, Ward 6, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
Liberty Central Saigon Riverside - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$147

Liberty Central Saigon Riverside

17 Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Great central location"
Lovely place to stay, we were on 3rd floor so unfortunately could hear the traffic all need get, this was the only issue we encountered.
A Traveller
Aquari Hotel - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$167

Aquari Hotel

9 Thi Sach, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Very central location"
This hotel is excellent value and exceptionally good for a 3-star. Very comfortable quiet room, good breakfast and excellent location close to all attractions.
Traveller from Australia
Duxton Hotel Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$151

Duxton Hotel Saigon

63 Nguyen Hue Boulevard District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Fantastic location. Could not fault the service"
Great Hotel. Loved the fact that the busy street is closed at night on the weekends and becomes a hang out for families, friends and entertainment.
A Traveller
Rex Hotel - Ho Chi Minh City Hotels
AU$298

Rex Hotel

141 Nguyen Hue Blvd, Ho Chi Minh City - Map
 
 
"Placed well in the centre of town"
Close to all major attractions and restaurants. The staff are very helpful and it's a mix of old and new.
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia

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    Accommodation In Ho Chi Minh City

    A former French colony named after a separatist revolutionary, Ho Chi Minh City is now undergoing a different revolution. Young go-getters are fuelling an influx of new money and rags-to-riches stories that echo the city itself. From the surreal beauty of the Jade Emperor Pagoda to the various festivals and celebrations strewn throughout the year, Ho Chi Minh City hotels will put you in the fast lane to fun.

    Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City

    District 1 is aptly named: As the city’s urban centre, it’s number one in shops and attractions of all sorts, and many hotels in Ho Chi Minh City are located here. See the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, with its characteristic French red tiles, soaring white spires and granite statue that’s said to have shed a tear in 2005. Take in the scenery while sipping on du’a tu’oi (fresh coconut) and munching on fried crickets (or for the less adventurous, stuffed dumplings). Then make your way to City Hall for a nighttime viewing, when the red flag shines under the spectacular lighting.

    Accommodation near Phu Nhuan is just north of District 1 and offers the perfect respite from the crowds. Take a break in one of the themed coffeehouses to drink bubble tea in a castle or a treehouse. From there, it’s only a short ride to the enigmatic Jade Emperor Pagoda. Packed with fantastic imagery from saintly to grotesque, this eerily charismatic temple is dedicated to the Taoist supreme god and the Chief of the Underworld (he’s a hell of a good time).

    Getting To & Around Ho Chi Minh City

    Flights to Ho Chi Minh City will land at Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN). The city bus can take you from the airport to Ben Thanh Market in District 1; however, it only runs until 6:00 p.m. If you get in late, or just want door-to-door service, you’ll need a taxi. Make sure you find one at an authorised cab stand, and use local currency to pay. Once you’re checked into your accommodation in Ho Chi Minh City, adventurous travellers can take the bus or rent a motorbike. If you’ve got cash to spare, hire an English-speaking driver and live like a monarch for a day or two—or the whole trip.

    Best Time to Travel

    Thanks to the city’s tropical climate, you have two options for Ho Chi Minh City holidays: dry and wet. The dry season is between December and April, with the temperature climbing steadily up to the high 30s in late April. Visit in late January or early February for Lunar New Year and you’ll get a different take on this bustling city, as many residents head to their hometowns in the suburbs. Make sure you have plenty of cash before the banks close, however, and you’ll be as golden as the year of the dragon. Most attractions and shops in the tourist areas remain open, and this can be a great time to see the city without the crowds, as long as you’re prepared.

    Revolutionise the way you travel when you search Wotif’s selection of Ho Chi Minh City accommodation. Find your perfect hut, then listen to your holiday self and book today!

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