Hotel in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam: Thien Xuan Hotel

6 thoughts on “Hotel in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam: Thien Xuan Hotel

  • August 2, 2012 at 9:36 am
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    Thanks for this recommendation! Planning to travel there with the family in near future. Was your wee hours of the morning arrival a Cebu Pacific flight?

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    Jennie Reply:

    Yes, Fred. It actually was a CebuPac flight. You won’t regret staying in Thien Xuan. :)

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  • August 2, 2012 at 12:19 pm
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    I’ve been to Ho Chi Mihn to and remembered the market experience. There were really a lot of shirts to choose from. The hotel looks great.

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  • August 2, 2012 at 1:46 pm
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    Glad that you enjoyed your stay in Thien Xuan. We’re actually going to HCMC this November. But we’ve already booked at Nguyen Khang Hotel (only $20/day). We’ve been hearing good reviews of the hotel, so we opted to book there as well. Anyway, was your plane Cebu Pacific? I actually have the same predicament since we’ll be arriving in HCMC at 12 in the morning. :(

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    Jennie Reply:

    Where is HCMC is Ngyuen Khang Hotel? The deals sounds good. Did you book directly with them? I might experiment with another hotel on our next visit.

    Yes, we used CebuPac. You’re going to have to add another day to your stay because of your arrival time. It’s what we did anyway.

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  • August 3, 2012 at 7:23 am
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    The only way to know that you’re booked in a better hotel is to personally experience what a bad hotel is, so your stay in another hotel is never a mistake. =)

    I like the room in this hotel, it’s got a homey ambiance. I’ll keep this hotel in mind when I’m touring Ho Chi Mihn.

    Your little kid is very artistahin! =)

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