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Stayed here for our first three nights in Ho Chi Minh City. Great location near to all the main sights in the city. Lovely pool where we relaxed every day when it was too hot to walk around. My only gripe is that we were...More
Beautiful old Hotel fantastic entrance received with 5 star service,,
rooms sadly were tired and in need of refurbishment we were moved twice due to both rooms having unsafe baths.
Restaurant was okay but lacked sufficient seating for everyone.
We didn't stay here but felt welcomed for happy hour on the roof top bar. This is a spectacular hotel and the roof top bar offers awesome views across the river with reasonable priced cocktails and drinks, especially better during happy hour. Service is friendly...More
Perfectly located next to the river in District 1. District 1 is like the Beverly Hills of Vietnam. About a 5 to10 minutes walk to Notre Dame, Opera House. Hotel has an old world elegance that transported you back in time. Hotel lobby has a...More
from check in to check out the service better than you could have thought. Friendly helpful cheerful. have never seen so many smiles. the roof top bar was fantastic. breakfast was excellent. seafood buffet dinner was the best we have ever had. everything cooked fresh...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.