The best hotels in Ho Chi Minh City are found mostly in the city centre, surrounded by popular cultural landmarks and attractions. Indeed, some of Saigon’s best hotels are famous in their own right thanks to their role in novels and movies.
Vietnam’s unique blending of French colonial architecture with a more oriental style has resulted in some truly magnificent buildings in which to stay. Of course, service is paramount in the best hotels, as is a full range of top quality facilities for leisure and business.
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201 Le Van Sy Street, Ward 13, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: +84-8-3931 9393
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Ibis Saigon South is a three-star hotel located in front of the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC) and only 15 minutes’ drive from the city centre.
It is the 1st international economic hotel in Saigon and is one of the members of Accor Group.
The hotel features 140 rooms with timber floors, 1 restaurant and 3 meeting rooms.
It is just a quick walk from Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center, Global Corporate Offices, Medical Centers and Shopping Mall.
Free WIFI in Public and in guest rooms, business corner is available 24 hours for your convenience.
Ho Chi Minh
Ho Chi Minh is Vietnam’s largest and most populated city. It is the heart of the country’s commerce and the centre of culture. As the home of about 10 million people, one can expect this city to be bustling with energy. It is also the nation’s entertainment hub, where one can find amusement parks and similar attractions. With its tree-line boulevards, this city is best explored on foot.
Ho Chi Minh City is an impressive mix of the ancient and the modern. It features ancient pagodas and temples alongside old wooden shops that sell merchandise such as silk and spices. Meanwhile, the city is also home to skyscrapers, posh malls, classy restaurants and bars, as well as high-end hotels. It may be a modern metropolis, but it still exudes the history and culture of Vietnam.
Looking at Ho Chi Minh right now, those who are not aware of its history might find it hard to believe that this city has been through turmoil. Formerly known as Saigon, the city was originally a small fishing village called Prey Nokor before it became a French colony of Cochin-china and the capital of South Vietnam. These days, Ho Chi Minh is a favorite with tourists.