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at Saigon Amigo Hotel

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... our passports despite the fact we’d already paid for the room in advance. If we hadn’t already paid we probably would have...
... had to kick up a fuss till he was ok with it. We booked the room with the balcony, the view is literally a building opposite...
I originally booked a room without the window, as it was so small i requested the larger room with balcony which I paid extra...
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sevec90 wrote a review Dec 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom19 contributions2 helpful votes
Rooms dark and dank. Don’t let the receptionist take your passport for the duration of your stay. We had to argue with him to hold onto our passports despite the fact we’d already paid for the room in advance. If we hadn’t already paid we probably would have moved on from this hotel sooner. Rooms were really not good. Unclean (condom wrappers down the side of our bed?!) and an army of ants had made a path across the room. There were also a couple of cockroaches to keep us company. Good location is the one thing I’d say, but overall this place wasn’t good.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from amigo_sg2014, Người quản lý at Saigon Amigo Hotel
Responded 26 Jun 2020
Hi. We would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you so much for staying with us and the review. Recently we just changed a new manager so we will try our best to improve everything asap Your review is our motivation to keep improving ourself everyday. Wish you all the best and hope to see you again soon :) Best Regards!
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Jumanji wrote a review Dec 2018
London, United Kingdom66 contributions23 helpful votes
This hotel is located in an alleyway, but you come to learn that a lot of hotels are.
On arrival at check in, the receptionist insisted on holding onto our passports for safety reasons. We had to insist on keeping our own passports and had to kick up a fuss till he was ok with it.
We booked the room with the balcony, the view is literally a building opposite and an alleyway. The room was a triple room for 3 people, yet we had to ask on a daily basis for 3 towels rather than 2.
The location is great, right in the middle of district one.
No loud noises at night
Ac works fine
We found small cockroaches in the hotel room!
Staff was pleasant.
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Date of stay: December 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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242756 wrote a review Nov 2018
Sydney, Australia38 contributions48 helpful votes
I originally booked a room without the window, as it was so small i requested the larger room with balcony which I paid extra for. The room itself is larger than average but that about all and their is no privacy about the balcony as you can see through to all rooms opposite apartment, it's only for smokers.
The hotel is situated near the busy Bui Vien Street bars.
Facilities around the hotels have restaurants, bars, massage, convenience stores, illegal motor bike taxis, drug dealers, pimps, money changer, walking distance to the famous market. There was no complimentary breakfast, the hotel has a restaurant but seen no customers through out my stay.
There were no safety box at the time of check-in, requested one and a small one was handed to me, did not use as it was not made secured to a strong point by maintenance.
In conclusion, the hotel is situated in the middle of an entertainment area, noise can be an issue. If coming after 2 am, there is a buzzer to call the attendant and at that time the restaurant becomes a moto bikes parking lot. The staffs are genuinely happy and are prepared to assist when are required. {My average rating to the hotel is a 1 and a half * hotel}.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Request the balcony room as it's larger than averege
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lobstermadboy wrote a review Jul 2018
Plymouth, United Kingdom248 contributions211 helpful votes
The hotel is cheap and fairly basic but the location just couldn't be better. It's about 100 yards from "Walking street" around the corner and down the little alley, so rather than be kept awake until 3 o'clock in the morning if you are actually staying on "Walking street" you can retire early.
A standard room won't have a window and a room with balcony is 10 dollars more. The staff are friendly but it doesn't get 5 stars because there was no kettle in the room and one failed to materialise even after I had asked for it. Recommended though for an easy slide into Vietnam if you are starting in Ho Chi.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Pam_x1234 wrote a review May 2018
Cambridge, United Kingdom40 contributions14 helpful votes
We informed the hotel that we would be arriving late (as it states on booking.com there is a 24 hour reception, so this should not be a problem anyway). We arrived at 2.30am and the shutters to the hotel were down, the hotel looked shut down. We walked around to see if there was another entrance but not. We then went to a restaurant/bar to decide what to do and try and contact the hotel however no response. We walked back to the hotel and noticed that other hotels had a bell so we looked for one and luckily we found one- not in an obvious place but the shutters came on. We entered the hotel in pitch black and then a ‘receptionist’ turned on the lights (who had just woken up) and handed us our keys, with no directions to the room or anything. The room was clean but very small. Receptionists in the day time were useful. Hotel is in a good location, near to the walking street.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from amigo_sg2014, Saigon Amigo Hotel's Team at Saigon Amigo Hotel
Responded 16 May 2018
Dear Pam, Thank you for your support and loyalty our Saigon Amigo Hotel. It was an enormous pleasure to have you staying with us. We are very grateful for your time sincere sharing the recent experience , which helps us know that we need to change and innovate in more aspects. And we're sorry for the problem you encountered Please rest assured that your review has been taken seriously and we will commit to enhancing our level of service. Again thank you so much for your your feedback. We hope to have the pleasure of welcoming you back again in the future.
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