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I live in the suburbs of HCMC. I like to go stay in the city sometimes to be closer to all D1 has to offer. This time, however, I wanted a place where I could chill, enjoy the hotel's amenities and room, and have everything...More
A wonderful quiet and affordable 5-star hotel, we booked with lounge packages and it was really good with quick check-in fantastic service and access to breakfast, afternoon tea and happy hour every day - can really recommend this as an end to the trip.
Our visit was not a success. We were charged USD 100 for a small extra bed to a 5 year old, when we visited the pool massive noise (techno/song) made it hard to speak together. The nanny service that should be part of the hotel...More
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The reason why we booked this hotel was for the famous seafood buffet. The staff during check in and check out was awesome, service is on point. We were so excited to try the seafood buffet on our last night in Vietnam and the main...More
I accidentally walked off and left my passport at the airport, and the concierge worked for 2 hours to figure out what happened to the passport, and how I could get it back. I was truly grateful to the hotel for saving me from myself....More
I did not check in with anybody else so I don't know that this policy exists. Can you post the exact wording? Seems hard to imagine. You mean, for example, a black woman and a white man could not check in together... More
I did not check in with anybody else so I don't know that this policy exists. Can you post the exact wording? Seems hard to imagine. You mean, for example, a black woman and a white man could not check in together? Married or not?