x The average starting price for a place to stay in Ho Chi Minh is £24 per night.
stendy_aribimo A tiny family owned guesthouse that makes you feel comfortable at all time. Really value for your money and everything in this guesthouse is clean ! One of the best place to stay in Saigon City with easy access to everywhere. However it might quite difficult to find this guesthouse at the very first time since it's located in the small alley and there's no sign in the main street for the direction.
23 Dang Thi Nhu, Ward Nguyen Thai Binh District 1Excellent 91%
140 Cong Quynh St Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1Excellent 90%
353/28 Pham Ngu Lao St., District 1Excellent 90%
tomtommmix Cat Huy - a very newly opened hotel - and it shows! Everything is bright new and clean....the rooms are nice, and with a slightly minimalistic decor, that to me feels both elegant and cosy, at the same time... The location is perfect - with most of the sights within walking distance, and right at the travellers centre, with everything you need just around the corner...but, since it is placed in a small alley, at the same time quiet and peaceful. The service is very friendly and personal... There is no doubt, that if I ever come back to Ho Chi Minh city, I will stay here again!!!!!!!
270 Bui Vien Str District 1Excellent 90%
angel_song Had a lovely time at Mai Guest House. Grandmother Mai speaks pretty good English, and so does her son. Buy the water thêre. Cheapest around! Also, get their tours. Cheaper than elsewhere, though I didn't know till I bought elsewhere. Very hospitable. Nice room with êxcellent shower with good pressure. Asian Kitchen just down the road has good and cheap food!
265/7/55 Pham Ngu Lao Street Pham Ngu Lao WardExcellent 90%
61 Do Quang Dau street Pham Ngu Lao ward, district 1Excellent 90%
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