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I loved the hotel in part because it is mentioned in The Quiet American and the classic wing we stayed in had a spacious room with balcony overlooking the river. Completely updated but with the old time charm still intact. Perfect location for most of...More
We stayed 3 nights at Hotel Majestic and really enjoyed our time. The location is great and walkable to most of the top Ho Chi Minh attractions. I particularly liked the breakfast with its nice blend of western and Vietnamese cuisine. And the view of...More
An awful stay here for 3 nights. First room had no natural daylight (see pictures) as it was blocked out by a giant advertising hoarding. When we complained we were told the hotel was full so nothing they could do about it but when out...More
Had a lovely 2 night stay at the hotel. Rooms large and clean and the hotel perfectly positioned. We loved the 8th floor bar which has spectacular views across the river, and the roof terraces. Even has a small outdoor pool
I really like the classic hotel. I was quite surprised when I saw the old phone on my room. I thought it was only for decoration, but then I found out it works !!
The hotel crew is very polite, they show us inside the...More
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So you'll have no probs plugging into the wall but Vietnam is 220 volts 50Hz. One of our hotels had a 120v pllug as well, can't remember if it was Majestic (or even Vietnam). Nearly all phone/phone chargers these days can be... More
So you'll have no probs plugging into the wall but Vietnam is 220 volts 50Hz. One of our hotels had a 120v pllug as well, can't remember if it was Majestic (or even Vietnam). Nearly all phone/phone chargers these days can be charged at 120v 60Hz or 240 volts 50Hz so should not be a problem, but maybe check your specifications. I've heard some chargers get hot if used on the alternative voltage to home, even though they do both voltages.