Ho Chi Minh City

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District 1
14 reviews
With world-class service, elegant rooms with colonial decor and wonderful amenities, a top-notch spa, and an outdoor pool, the 224-room Park Hyatt Saigon is one of the top luxury hotels in Ho Chi Minh. — Oyster
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District 1
12 reviews
The five-star Caravelle is one of the city’s most celebrated hotels. A glitzy 24-floor edifice, the original low-rise wing was famously home to foreign press corps during the American War. — Insight Guides
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7 reviews
Built like an Italian palazzo, the brand new Reverie Saigon brings in a level of luxury previously unseen in Ho Chi Minh City. — Condé Nast Traveler
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District 1
11 reviews
Located across from the U.S. and French embassies, the Sofitel Saigon Plaza is a 10-minute walk from the center of downtown. — Travel + Leisure
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District 1
11 reviews
Sheraton Hotel Saigon & Towers is 800 metres from Notre Dame Cathedral and the Saigon Centre. — Afar Magazine
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District 1
9 reviews
One of Ho Chi Minh City's best-known hotels, the venerable Rex Hotel, set on the corner of Nguyen Hue and Le Loi Boulevards, is a rambling affair dating back to the 1960s. — Star Service
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6 reviews
An ode to art and interior design and became a favorite with discerning travelers as soon as it opened at the end of 2013. — Fodor's
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District 1
10 reviews
State-run, it still radiates an old-world charm, with dapper bellboys, violinists serenading at afternoon tea and a grand marbled lobby with chandeliers and stained-glass skylights. — Insight Guides
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District 1
9 reviews
A classic Saigon landmark, the Continental provided the backdrop for much of the action in Graham Greene’s novel The Quiet American. — Lonely Planet
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District 1
7 reviews
This 21-story structure is situated at the intersection of Ton Duc Thang Street and Hai Ba Trung Boulevard, with some of the best views over the Saigon River in the entire city. — Star Service
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District 1
7 reviews
One of the newest luxury hotels in town, this place wows with a flashy lobby and world-class amenities, but the rooms are warm and inviting, with understated elegance in neutral tones. — Fodor's
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District 1
6 reviews
A fine downtown standard, and a welcome break from the city's many dull, state-owned hotels. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
Ma Maison is an elegant boutique guesthouse in a 'real' Saigon neighbourhood. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
Wedged into an old colonial storefront area between the hulking Renaissance Riverside and the wedding-cake Majestic, the Riverside is a standard budget stop. — Frommer's
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District 1
7 reviews
The notable amenities, of many here, are the quiet sitting areas and bar, and the central courtyard's small but peaceful pool area, which offers a unique escape from busy Ho Chi Minh City. — Frommer's
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District 1
6 reviews
The central location, business amenities, gym, tennis court, and pool make it a good choice for business travelers. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
Le Meridien Saigon is a four-and-a-half-pearl hotel with a great riverfront location in the heart of the city. — Oyster
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2 reviews
The eclectic design of this hotel is almost as mysterious as its name. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
The luxury Pullman Saigon Centre Hotel is popular with those on business, but its location close to major sights -- and a free shuttle bus -- makes it a firm choice for leisure travelers too. — Oyster
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Phu Nhuan
5 reviews
The headquarters of the CIA during the Vietnam War, the Movenpick looks a bit barracks from the outside but feels like a luxurious private estate inside. — DK Eyewitness
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