This is my first review but having used TA to research the hotel I felt it was necessary to inform others of my experience. Firstly this isn't a social option as the reception is small and often full of bags so not somewhere to go to mingle. My boyfriend and I have been traveling for six weeks around Asia but the reception staff here were the worst we've encountered. They constantly ignored us while continuing to talk/ laugh/ listen to their computer through earphones. We asked about going to the War Rememamts museum, we were told by the reception staff it was closed weekends? We quiered this having heard differently from fellow travellers. The receptionist continued watching and listening to her laptop and kept repeating that it was closed and she didn't need to check. Thankfully another guest of the hotel heard our conversation and confirmed he had just returned from the museum.
Hostel positives are a comfortable bed vs the typical Asian hard bed and close to the action in he main backpacking/bar area. Another strange issue was no new towels or room cleaning everyday which was a first in any hostel or hotel we had stayed in.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For business or vacation, Hong Kong Kaiteki is your first choice when staying in Ho Chi Minh City. We're located right in the heart of the city center, only a 30 minute taxi transfer from the airport to Kaiteki Hongkong Hotel . Our prime location is within walking distance of the business district and major sites and attractions. We offer many on-site facilities, and our friendly and helpful staff are always here to assist you. ... more less
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