We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews opera house window shopping high end shops art galleries luxury brands majestic hotel brand shops lots of shops great street saigon river busy street notre dame cathedral street vendors nguyen hue walking street ben thanh market central post office
Our hotel was on this street.
We heard this street was busy and interesting.
But it was just a street full of hotels.
Not so much things to see.
Many massage girls on side.
I usually stay on Dong Khoi Street as it is central to most things in District 1. There are many malls close by and restaurants galore. Short walk to Bui Vien and Ben Thanh Market. Hotels are reasonably priced from mid range to 5 star....More
Plenty of hotels, bars, shops and restaurants either directly on or just off DK Street, which is great, but the biggest irritant has to be the number of Spas, and each one has somebody standing outside waving leavelets at you "Massage Sir?" I must have...More
What can I say? It is in the heart of downtown Ho Chi Minh City, a bustling metropolitan city with countless number of motorbikes and what seems to be an equal number of high end retail stores; from Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Dior, the list...More
This is the most optimum locality to stay in while visiting Saigon. Everything is a stone's throw away. Restaurants.. Chinese, Japanese, German, Vietnamese, Lebanese. One is spoilt for choice with shops and restaurants here. The historical sights are but a 10 minute walk away.
to myself, I consider Dong Khoi is the most beautiful street of the central of district 1.
the peaceful little road with many greens and buildings harmonizing modern concept with classic style. thanks to the tall buildings the street is always full of winds.