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This was a wonderful hotel with such history. The breakfast was absolutely amazing!! Pho at breakfast was to die for!!! Only complaint was they charged us $158 aud a night for the 2 single beds so we just joined the seats together in the lounge...More
Great place to stay and centrally located, I arrived early and as had advised arrival time my room was ready which was so welcoming after long flight, service and staff were helpful and polite. I loved staying here.
We finished our Vietnam tour with 2 nights here and were not disappointed. It’s centrally located in a very busy street so expect traffic noise, but Saigon is always on everywhere! We had a pool view room which was very quiet and away from the...More
I have just spent 2 nights at the hotel majestic. They had very friendly staff and my room was amazing. Great view along the river in district 1. Easy place to grab a taxi or a grab car. Very cool building which was built in...More
On my last day, I spent a wonderful 2 hour lunch on the 5th Floor Rooftop, followed by a quick unofficial personal tour of this beautiful hotel, built in 1920.
The food options offered by the Hotel at its Rooftop restaurant are excellent with high...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.