New name, basically the same
What we say:
Formerly known as the Phan Lan Guesthouse, Seventy Hotel is the new name for the recently renovated hotel on Bui Vien. The rooms here can be pretty cosy with some single rooms making you wonder how they were able to move the bed in. Noise is an issue for the streetside rooms; the higher you go up, the worse the noise gets. Air-con, WiFi, TV and breakfast are included but room rates are high comparatively, as you can get the same room quality elsewhere for a more competitive price. The staff are friendly and offer free storage of your luggage while you go on tours.
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Contact details:70 Bui Vien St, District 1, Saigon. T: (08) 3837 9855 F: (08) 3836 9569
Email them at: email@example.com
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Standard - Single||17 USD||17 USD|
|Standard - Double||21 USD||21 USD|
|Superior - Double||22 USD||22 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 14th October, 2005
Last visited or updated on: 13th January, 2012
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Rated 3.5 out of 5
Based on 3 ratings and 3 reviews
Clean and Accommodating
I stayed here on the 30th of April 2008, which was a holiday. Cheapest room they have is $16/night. The room I got overlooks the lobby, but it was alright as long as the staff do not play music too loud. Very clean, even the bathroom was **** and span. A/C, TV, hot water, free breakfast and free internet. The staff were helpful and cheerful. They have another branch tucked in an alley off Pham Ngu Lao. Seems quiter but i did not get to stay there.
Seventy Hotel reviewed by milkfish08 (Total reviews: 5) on
Ripped us off at New Year
We prebooked this hotel at the end of December. Unfortunately our coach from Mui Ne had broken down so by the time we arrived it was too late to realistically find alternative. We were charged $35 for a room that was only worth $10. The lady there said it was because it was New Year, however, none of the hotels we enquired with the next day charged more than their normal rate. When we told her we were moving, she just smiled and offered to reduce it to $30. No thanks. We went to a hotel called the Spring House around the corner, a real gem of a find. A lovely double room with A/C, new and clean bathroom and TV for just $20 a night. If you can get a room at Phan Lan for $10 it's clean enough, but otherwise don't waste your time.
Seventy Hotel reviewed by Emanef (Total reviews: 7) on
Friendly and Clean
This family run guesthouse is linked with the other Phan Lan around the corner and all staff are very helpful and accommodating. Long climb to the top floor, but they have a lift for your pack. Nice!
Seventy Hotel reviewed by madkaw (Total reviews: 11) on
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