Top 10 Hotels on a Shoestring Budget in Vietnam
The annual HotelClub Awards doles out recognition to a vast array of hotels in notable destinations like Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and Australia. From luxury hotels to beach resorts, boutique hotels to budget accommodations, the awards honour hotels that consistently deliver excellence in a variety of classifications.
With that firmly in mind, check out HotelClubâ€™s ten hotels on a shoestring budget in Vietnam for 2010.
The Que Huong Liberty provides tidy and comfortable accommodation to leisure and business travellers alike. In the heart of vibrant Ho Chi Minh City, the hotel is within easy pedestrian access of all the frenetic action the metropolis of over 7 million people is famous for.
The Hoang Hai Long Hotel is another notable budget gem in vibrant Ho Chi Minh City. The smart, tasteful property enjoys fortuitous proximity to some of the best points of interest in the city and boasts a terrific on-site restaurant and lounge.
A regal property between the heart of Ho Chi Minh City and Saigon Railway Station, the Empress Hotel has a touch of the exotic, with distinct room dÃ©cor, delicious on-site cuisine and a warm ambiance throughout.
Yet another standout budget option in Ho Chi Minh City, the Sen Viet Hotel is modern, chic and delightfully close to nightlife and landmarks like the Reunification Palace, Saigon Opera House, Thien Hau Pagoda and Vinh Nghiem Temple. The Sen Viet also provides fine cuisine and a state-of-the-art gym and conference rooms.
The capital of Vietnam is a world-class city, full of life, action and phenomenal cultural landmarks. Visitors to Hanoi can take it all in courtesy of the superb Charming Hotel. The modest, comfortable and casual Yen Thai Street property provides matchless access to Hanoiâ€™s best points of interest.
Enviably nestled in Hanoiâ€™s venerable Old Quarter, the Jasmine Hotel is a magnificent budget jewel. The lovely hotel is a stoneâ€™s throw from Hoan Kiem Lake and other wonderful landmarks like the Presidential Palace, Tay Ho Pagoda and Hanoi Opera House.
The beautiful Medallion Hotel deserves a medal for upscale charm and attentive service. Another Old Quarter gem for budget travellers to consider, the Hanoi property offers exquisite views from deluxe suites and convenient access to some of the best shops and historic monuments in the city.
Ideal for visitors who want to explore Ho Chi Minh Cityâ€™s busy business district, the Sanouva Hotel has plush, spacious rooms and excellent buffet breakfasts. Important points of interest like Ben Thanh Market and Ho Chi Minh City Museum are a short walk from the hotelâ€™s front door.
The Hanoi Luxorâ€™s sumptuous dÃ©cor and architecture infers that the hotel caters to a more upmarket clientele. Happily, the brilliant Old Quarter property is suitable for travellers of all budgets. Rooms offer lavish serenity and the Luxorâ€™s superlative restaurant and bar is a great place to unwind after a long day out in Hanoi.
The Hanoi Lakeside Hotel is a pristine waterfront property that offers visitors to the capital of Vietnam exclusive access to spectacular Hoan Kiem Lake and a notable ensemble of vital landmarks. The hotel is a diminutive delight, with a manageable 18 rooms and a pleasant, tranquil ambiance.