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The Hideout Hostel Saigon

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281 Pham Ngu Lao St, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1 T: (28) 3838 9147(28) 6681 7819  hidesg@hideouthostels.asia
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The Hideout Hostel Saigon

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Looking for a party? The Hideout Hostel delivers the ubiquitous Southeast Asian backpacker hostel experience, revolving around dorms, hanging out, chilling out, fluoro paint and happy hours.

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The Hideout, along with its sister hostel The Hangout just a few doors down, are located right on Pham Ngu Lao St. It’s the place to meet fellow backpackers, exchange war stories from the road and find new buddies before your Mekong Delta tour or hostel-organised bar crawl.

Bright, warm dorms.

Bright, warm dorms. Photo: Cindy Fan

With 90 beds, it’s a busy but well oiled operation, with the front desk manned by young, friendly, helpful staff, plenty of information on tours and transport is available, and there’s WiFi, guest computers and luggage storage.

Beds are split between nine dorm rooms across five floors serviced by an elevator. While it seems like it would be cramped given that the building is the typical super-slim Vietnamese shopfront, dorms are rather spacious and space has been maximised as the metal bunk has backpack storage and lockers built in underneath. Each bed has a plug and reading light. The hostel does have a bit of an eau-de-feet, courtesy of your fellow backpackers. Glass doors open to a street front balcony. Breakfast and a beer is included in the rate.

Hide out upstairs.

Hide out upstairs. Photo: Cindy Fan

The big disadvantage is that the air-con is switched off in the daytime and this is a vital detail, given the sheer number of people we saw sleeping in the middle of the day at all the hostels. Of all the hostels we inspected in Pham Ngu Lao, The Hideout and The Hangout were the only ones to do so. We were told by staff it is turned on at 17:00 until 11:00. Stay elsewhere if you want 24-hr air-con.

Just next door is The Hideout Bar, open to those of the The Hideout and The Hangout tribe, as well as outside guests. There’s a ground floor bar, an upstairs beanbag lounge and a jungley rooftop terrace with bar and pool table.

Not your average paint job.

Not your average paint job. Photo: Cindy Fan

You can get better value in the neighbourhood—flashpacker dorms along the alley of 373 Pham Ngu Lao like Khoi Hostel, Cozy House and Long Hostel are the same price and you have a better chance of quality sleep day or night. But here is clearly not about getting decent shut eye, rather it is all about the social atmosphere, party vibe and libations which will run late. There’s a pub crawl (open to guests and non-guests) kicking off at their bar almost every night.

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Walk-in rates at The Hideout Hostel Saigon

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184,000 dong
184,000 dong
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Room: Dorm air-con, low season: 184,000 dong, high season 184,000 dong. Notes: 8-person/10-person dorm

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Where is The Hideout Hostel Saigon

The Hideout Hostel Saigon
281 Pham Ngu Lao St, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1
T: (28) 3838 9147(28) 6681 7819 
hidesg@hideouthostels.asia
http://www.hideouthostels.asia/the-hideout-hostel-saigon.html
Coordinates (for GPS): 106º41'28.91" E, 10º46'4.26" N
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