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Park Hyatt Saigon
Sumptuously decorated with traditional Vietnamese-style furniture and objets d'art, this is the jewel in Saigon's hotel crown, matching a prime location opposite the Opera House with exemplary service, fastidiously attired staff, lavishly appointed ro...
Hotel Nikko Saigon
The location is a bit stranded for sightseers, but this is one of HCMC's most supreme hotels, with roomy minimalist accommodation, faultless service and an obsessive attention to detail.
Ma Maison Boutique Hotel
Down a peaceful lane off a busy arterial route, friendly Ma Maison is halfway between the airport and the city centre, and partly in the French countryside, decor-wise...
Madame Cuc 127
The original and by far the best of the three hotels run by the welcoming Madame Cuc and her friendly and fantastic staff. Rooms are clean and spacious.
The brown-grey marble theme on the floors is weary but rooms, all with bathtub and flat-screen TV, are clean and inviting. Staff are dignified, but it's the top-floor pool (rare at this price) with its fine views that steals the show...
Overseen by very helpful staff, this popular place has spick-and-span and reasonably sizeable rooms; tasty breakfasts included. As it's off the Bui Vien nightlife drag, it's a bit quieter.
Ha Vy Hotel
Located at the western end of the district, the Ha Vy is a reliable bet thanks to well-kept rooms with a choice of air-con or fan.
One of the first luxury hotels to reopen its doors in post-war Saigon, the five-star Caravelle is a classic operation...
The epaulettes on the uniformed doormen provide a hint of what’s to come in the grand (bordering on camp) lobby, with its painted and gilded ceiling inset, giant chandelier and lush circular carpet...
An An 2 Hotel
The spotlessly clean, comfortable, compact and stylish rooms here are a good-value step into the midrange bracket. The lift-equipped hotel is in the very centre of the Pham Ngu Lao backpacking area, with panoramic views.
An An Hotel
Unassuming, unpretentious and affable, this skinny but smart midrange mini-hotel has well-proportioned, attractive rooms with showers fitted over bathtubs. Unexpected extras include safety deposit boxes and in-room computers. The hotel has a lift.
Bich Duyen Hotel
On the same slender lane as Giang Son, this spruce 15-room place follows a similar template. The US$25 rooms are worth the extra money for a window. No lift.
Hong Han Hotel
Another corker guesthouse (seven floors, no lift), Hong Han has front rooms with ace views and smaller, quieter and cheaper rear rooms plus free breakfast served on the 1st-floor terrace.
Cat Huy Hotel
Stuffed away down an alley in Pham Ngu Lao, this lovely 10-room hotel has modern, swish and chic accommodation. The cheapest rooms are windowless, others have balconies. Airport pick-up is US$15. No lift.
Pp Back Packers
Very helpful, friendly and efficient staff at this cheap and welcoming hostel where you can nab a dorm bed for US$6 or fork out a bit more for an affordable double room.
Le Le Hotel
Located at the central end of Pham Ngu Lao, this is a smart mini-hotel with wooden furnishings. Credit cards accepted.
Blue River Hotel
This welcoming and well-run 10-room place offers clean, spacious rooms, each with neat furnishings and a safe. A kitchen for guests' use is available, as is a piano (and more brand-new rooms across the way).
The Rex has recently had an overhaul, propelling it into the five-star bracket, although this may be in part down to generosity towards the government owners Saigon Tourist. Built in 1950, it was once the haunt of US army officers...
Huong Sen Hotel
Long-running government place with great location. Popular with tour groups, so book ahead.
Lotte Legend Hotel Saigon
Look beyond the overblown lobby to attractive green and cream shaded corridors and lovingly presented, light, bright rooms with a slight deco feel...
Intercontinental Asiana Saigon
Modern and tasteful without falling into generic blandness, the Intercontintental is a welcome addition to Saigon’s ever-expanding range of luxury establishments...
Sofitel Saigon Plaza
A faded, lacklustre '90s feel clings to the lobby, but rooms are spiffing at this cordial hotel and staff are particularly helpful and obliging.