Liberty Central Citypoint Hotel, Saigon - review by Rusty Compass
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Liberty Central Citypoint Hotel, Saigon

| 30 May 2017

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Liberty Central Citypoint Hotel, Saigon
59 Pasteur St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

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Price guide: $$$

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30 May 2017

Modern feel, small, cosy rooms - great access to Saigon's attractions, dining and nightlife.

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Location

On Pasteur St in the heart of the city. Everything's at your fingertips.  The only downside is that this is also ground zero for Saigon's metro construction.  The street is gridlocked and motorbikes tend to ride at speed along the pavement.

The Liberty Citypoint is right by our little home in Saigon, The Old Compass Cafe - also on Pasteur St.


Rooms feel and everything else

This is one of two Liberty Central hotels we like. Make sure you get the name right.

They’re nicely done - modern comfortable, well priced. And a good fit for both business and pleasure.


Rooms are on the tight side - the lead in rooms are 22sqm. Higher categories are 24sqm, 27sqm and 45sqm.

We like the views of the city from here too - across some of Saigon’s most historic buildings, as well as its newest developments and the the huge amount of construction under way.

There’re a small pool on the roof, a spa and fitness centre.


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Rusty Compass listings are always independent. We recommend the places we think you should know about. That’s it. We haven’t stayed at Liberty Citypoint, but we’ve visited on two occasions. No payment was received for this listing.

Mark Bowyer
Mark Bowyer is the founder and publisher of Rusty Compass.
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