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One of Saigon's best known hotels

141 Nguyen Hue Blvd, District 1, Saigon T: (08) 3829 2185 F: (08) 3829 6536

Rex Hotel

One of Saigon's best known hotels, the venerable Rex Hotel is a rambling affair bringing together the best and the not-so-best of Vietnamese hospitality and hotel facilities.

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Many US officers were billeted here during the American war, and their daily press conferences — known as the Five O'Clock foibles — were held on the hotel's spacious terrace bar. Today the hotel retains a somewhat quirky charm, delivered with a generous dose of rattan and beaded curtains throughout. One of the highlights is the unashamedly over-the-top rooftop garden with its somewhat tatty bar, the hotel's epicentre of kitsch. It's certainly not to be missed — though luckily you don't need to stay in the Rex to experience it. With the recent completion of a new wing and renovations of the existing hotel, the Rex recently achieved five-star status. With 70 new rooms, a swimming pool, an executive floor and meeting rooms, and a drop in prices it is beginning to lure some of some of the business crowd away from the Hyatt, Caravelle and Sheraton.

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Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.

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Rex Hotel
141 Nguyen Hue Blvd, District 1, Saigon
T: (08) 3829 2185 F: (08) 3829 6536

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