Majestic, Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City and The South
The Hotel Majestic is a grand, historic hotel situated in an excellent location in Ho Chi Minh City. It is steps away from many of the cities main attractions, overlooking the Saigon River.
This quaint and charming hotel was designed in a French style and was initially established in 1925. It was renovated and upgraded in 1995 to feature 122 rooms as well as new facilities like swimming pool, gym, sauna and spa. Tastefully refurbished, the rooms still retain a colonial feel with polished teak wood floors and elegant, comfortable soft furnishings. Half of the rooms overlook the serene pool area and the others overlook the Saigon River.
The hotel boasts an excellent outdoor bar called Breeze Sky Bar. The bar has panoramic views of the city and the river and has an open air, decked area, a great place to relax with a cocktail in hand!
With colonial rooms starting from as little as Å70 per room per night, this hotel represents great value for its location and standard.
Luxury - Luxury hotels would have a superb level of service, very comfortable and usually spacious bedrooms, excellent food, great design and character. For us, when we visited, these places all had the 'wow factor'. A luxury hotel should satisfy the criteria of the most discerning clients.
A good location by the river. The room was excellent. A bit stiff and formal generally but the cocktail evening in the open air bar with the live band belied that.
The Majestic hotel was brilliant; the staff was so accommodating and couldn't do enough to help us. The room we had was first class too. We thought it couldn't get any better after our stay there.
Majestic, HCMC. Excellent. Great location & ambience. Good service, well decorated, great breakfast location, outdoors on the 5th Floor. And the "M" bar on the 8th Floor: Wow! 9/10
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The highlight of the trip for us was the Bassac cruise on the Mekong Delta, met some lovely people, ate wonderful food, had a fascinating insight into life on and around the river by the Bassac guide Anh Tou.