Pullman Saigon Centre, Hotel - review by Rusty Compass
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Pullman Saigon Centre, Hotel

| 04 Jun 2017
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Pullman Saigon Centre, Hotel
148 Tran Hung Dao Boulevard District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
+84 28 3838 8686

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Price guide: More than 100USD

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04 Jun 2017

Bright and modern. spacious rooms, in a 300 room tower. Located between Saigon’s downtown area and its vibrant Bui Vien - Pham Ngu Lao backpacker area.

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Location

At a major intersection that connects downtown Saigon, the backpacker area and Chinatown (Cholon). Around 5 - 10 mins from downtown by taxi. A walk to the backpacker tourist Pham Ngo Lao / Bui Vien area and around 10 - 15 minutes by taxi from Cholon.


Rooms feel and everything else

The Pullman is a large modern hotel in a large glass tower, but there’s been an effort to keep the feel cosy. The lobby is small and welcoming, and common areas have a relaxed feel.

Guest rooms begin on the 6th floor, so everyone gets a view of the fast evolving Saigon skyline. The hotel is set away from other large buildings adding to the sense of space and light.

Room sizes are generous - starting at 35sqm. Higher room categories are mostly 35sqm too - a good argument for taking a lead-in room. And they’re well priced. 

Higher room categories include bathtubs and other amenities.

There’s a nice pool area - including a small pool for the kids. The main pool is narrow but just long enough for laps.

The rooftop has great views across the city.

The whole place has a bright friendly feel.


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Mark Bowyer is the founder and publisher of Rusty Compass.
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