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

| 30 May 2017
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Liberty Central Riverside Hotel, Saigon
17 Ton Duc Thang St. District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

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Price guide: $$$

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30 May 2017

Modern 4 star hotel looking over the Saigon River and its busy street life. Close by the city's best eating, drinking and sightseeing. Smallish rooms but well priced.

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Location

On the Saigon riverfront with good access to all the city’s attractions. The riverfront isn’t as romantic as it might sound - but it’s central and full of life.


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. They’re a good fit for both business and pleasure.

Rooms are on the tight side - though these are slightly larger than the other Liberty we’ve listed. Most rooms are 24sqm - 27sqm with a handful of larger rooms.

The views across the river to the developing new city at Thu Thiem are interesting - as are the views back towards the fast-changing city skyline. 

There’re a small pool on the roof, looking over the riverfront, 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 Riverfront, but we’ve visited on several occasions. No payment was received for this listing.

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