See why so many travellers make A25 Hotel - Nguyen Cu Trinh their small hotel of choice when visiting Ho Chi Minh City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Ho Chi Minh City, A25 Hotel - Nguyen Cu Trinh is located a short distance from Pham Ngu Lao Street (0.3 mi) and Benthanh Street Food Market (0.7 mi).
A25 Hotel - Nguyen Cu Trinh is a budget friendly small hotel offering a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The small hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and express check-in and check-out.
While visiting Ho Chi Minh City, you may want to try some oyster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Cuc Gach Quan, La Brasserie, or Le Corto Restaurant.
If you are interested in exploring Ho Chi Minh City, check out one of the parks, such as Tao Dan Park, Cong Vien Van Hoa Park, and Cong Vien 23 Thang 9.
At A25 Hotel - Nguyen Cu Trinh, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Ho Chi Minh City.
dropped by in town in Ho Chi Minh. the hotel is so comfortable. everything's has in the room and new. Receptionist can speak English and so nicely. dont need to care about anything. location of this hotel in tourism town so food, pub, bar, everything is around there.
I booked the hotel by mistake but tried to go with it once we arrived. When booking in the reception staff said they wanted to keep our passports. I said absolutely no way. Sure they can photo copy them but not keep them. Anyway they checked us in and returned our passports and we headed off to bed. The room was period Vietnam war era decor. Not so much dirty but really poorly maintained, wires hanging out of the walls etc. Anyway despite my wife's concerns we settled in and went to bed. Next the nightmare begins. I get a phone call from the night manager, about 0030 in the morning, where some loon launches at me in Vietnamese. A few minutes late I hear a walkie talkie outside the room and the phone goes again. Someone saying he wants my passport. I figure some misunderstanding so decide to get dressed and go to reception and deal with it. While waiting for the lift, I hear the walkie talkie again and looked around the corner to find some guy with skeleton keys attempting to enter my room where my wife was sleeping. I rather robustly informed him my wife was asleep in bed if he tried that again I might hurt him. I got down to reception where some idiot tried to tell me he wanted my passport or I couldn't stay. I firmly but, in the circumstances, politely, told him he cannot have it and if he didn't like it I would go elsewhere. He eventually clicked he couldn't have our passports. After returning to my room I had another phone call with a ranting nugget. The upshot was we got up the next morning, checked out and went elsewhere. Avoid this place like the plague.…
Everything is pretty much just right for the reasonable rate. No bull to put up with. No reason to complain here. Good location, kind staff, fair rate, all around pretty good place to stay. If taxi drivers (who ALL will rip you off always in Viet Nam) do not know where this hotel is, you can tell them it is directly across the street from the Pullman, a 5 star hotel. Just make sure they understand you are not actually staying at the Pullman or they will REALLY try to stick it to you.
We chose this hotel based on its central location and on that it delivered. It was an easy walk through some parks to all the main tourist attractions (such as the war remembrance museum). However, the purple under-lit floors, labelling of every object in the very compact room, and webcam gave an overall seedy impression! Overlooking a club means that the single glazed windows aren't sufficient to block out the noise.
Stayed here for 1 night at a cost of UK£12. For the price, it was exceptional value for money. However, be aware that although there seems to be lots of complementary stuff in the room (toiletries, drinks, snacks etc), you will be charged extra for every item you use. The room was very well furnished, even had a PC, DVD player as well as satellite TV. Best bonus was a corner bath with seat so you could have a shower sitting down! What was particularly helpful was that I had a midnight flight, so they let me keep the room for the whole day so that I could change/shower before leaving for the airport. The was a charge for this, but only for the extra hours' occupancy. Small extra cost, but worth it for the convenience. I'd definitely stay there again.
I've stayed here for 3 days and i love this hotel with a lot of good stuff such as: the staff is friendly, the area is so convenient , it's close to the center of the city so we can discover eveything just by walking! The room is pretty tidy, well organized but a little small! Good hotel, will come back!
This modern hotel is located very centrally in Saigon, yet one block away from the area of the tourist frenzy area, close enough to go there in a few minutes, but sufficiently far away to be quit(er). A restaurant next door with a large terrace serves an excellent breakfast.