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Hi all, I am headed to Saigon but don't know the territory too well. I am looking for a hotel that mid-range, maybe around $25-$45 a day, has air conditioning, maybe even a bathtub.

Here is my strange request and not sure if anyone remembers from their trips - wanting a hotel that has MTV on there TV. :dance: According to my gal, only certain hotels are privilaged enough to have MTV, hahaha! But she wants to watch MTV with me while I am there, so her wish is my command! :thumbs:

Can anyone help me? Thanx

Jonas

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Hi all, I am headed to Saigon but don't know the territory too well. I am looking for a hotel that mid-range, maybe around $25-$45 a day, has air conditioning, maybe even a bathtub.

Here is my strange request and not sure if anyone remembers from their trips - wanting a hotel that has MTV on there TV. :dance: According to my gal, only certain hotels are privilaged enough to have MTV, hahaha! But she wants to watch MTV with me while I am there, so her wish is my command! :thumbs:

Can anyone help me? Thanx

Jonas

My wife and I stayed at a pretty good place in District 7. I will have to ask her the name of it. It was $12 a day and not bad at all. They had Cinemax, HBO and I think MTV. The movies were in English with Vietnamese subtitles. I was VERY surprised that they had these channels. No tub though and I don't think it had air, just a fan. I'm not sure if you would have a problem registering there though. We had just got married, but they never asked to see the papers. You can also look at craigslist. Sometimes Hotels advertise on there.

http://vietnam.craigslist.org/

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Here's a recent topic on Hotels in HCMC:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=123669

I remember now that there was Air in our room. I like it 50, Thuy likes it 100, it was 75 outside so we didn't use it! I'll be talking to her within the next 24 hours. I'll find out the name. I think it was Day Lai Hotel but I'm probably wrong. It was a reasonable distance from District 1 (Approx.100K VND/$7 to get there by taxi).

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Hotel The Sun

19-21 Nguyen Huu Cau , District 1. Tel (84) 8200909. Price : 25 USD/day . Free breakfast.

Wireless, Cable TV ( has MTV), air conditioning, bathtub.


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