Saigon Vinh Long Hotel

Saigon Vinh Long Hotel

Smart modern four-star digs

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Easily the flashest (and newest) digs in downtown Vinh Long, if it fits with your budget the Saigon Vinh Long is really difficult to walk past.

Travelfish says:

Enjoying prime river frontage towards the western end of Vinh Long, the hotel has at least a half dozen floors of well kitted out modern hotel rooms rising from a multi–floor dining and (we think) convention centre. Rooms are well oversized with enough space for a game of indoor cricket and the views, especially from the higher floors, are impressive. Many of the rooms—not just the pricey “river view” rooms, enjoy an outlook over the river.

The new kid on the block. : Stuart McDonald.
The new kid on the block. Photo: Stuart McDonald

Fit out includes a good sized bed (with real linen, reading lamps and bedside tables) a desk and a small lounge set from where to enjoy the view. Rooms are air-con throughout and come with typical amenities including free WiFi and a minibar. The bathroom, like the room, was spotless. The hotel also has a swimming pool, though we were unable to see it.

We found the staff friendly and very courteous (even if they seemed a bit surprised to see us wander in). The location is right bedside the night market, so there may be a little noise in the evening, but we wouldn’t expect it to be too bad. If it fits your budget and you’re comfortable in a large hotel, this is a good option.

Contact details for Saigon Vinh Long Hotel

Address: 2 Trung Nu Vuong, Vinh Long
T: (0270) 387 9988;  F: (0270) 382 6989  
Coordinates (for GPS): 105º58'8.13" E, 10º15'22.75" N
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Room rates: US$50 to 100

Room rates

What we were quoted as a walk-in.

Standard double room
City view
1,050,000 dong 1,050,000 dong
Superior double room
Park view (can see river)
1,130,000 dong 1,130,000 dong
Deluxe double room
River view
2,050,000 dong 2,050,000 dong

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Stuart McDonald co-founded with Samantha Brown in 2004. He has lived in Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia, where he worked as an under-paid, under-skilled language teacher, an embassy staffer, a newspaper web-site developer, freelancing and various other stuff. His favourite read is The Art of Travel by Alain de Botton.

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