Shelter in 4 super cute homestays in Saigon

14/09/2018   919  5/5 trong 8 rates 
Shelter in 4 super cute homestays in Saigon
Don’t think that homestays are only in Dalat. In the centre of Saigon, you can easily find many super-cute homestays to stay. If you do not know where to go in a boring day, why don’t you try to drop by these homestays?

  • Otro Homestay

    Otro HomestayOtro Homestay

    Otro homestay brings a strange and exciting experience for young people to retrospect about colorfully sparkling Saigon in 1970s. Otro is mixed between Vietnamese traditional and modern style. Especially, each room has a unique theme with a unique name such as the Land Room, Textile Room, Tray Room, Cotton Room, Screen Room, which create a very close feeling.
    Besides, Otro also has a large and cozy kitchen with all necessary utensils so that guests can cook and enjoy meals by themselves. Furthermore, Otro with a green space on the rooftop for you to read books, drink tea every morning or watch busy roads of Saigon from here. Not too close to the commercial center, but perhaps, its tranquil space is enough to make you forget all the worries in your life.

  • Where & How much?

    Where & How much?Where & How much?

    Address: No.16 Pham Viet Chanh, Ward 19, Binh Thanh District, HCMC
    Price: 250,000 VND – 900,000 VND per room

  • Nap Homestay

    Nap HomestayNap Homestay

    Inspired by the Japanese inns, Nap’s atmosphere is designed as sunrise land’s style. From the architecture to the small details of homestay such as straw mats, chairs, wooden cabinets are designed to be minimalist and close to nature most.
    A dorm - coffee shop located in a quiet alley near Nhieu Loc canal in District 1, Nap is considered as an ideal shelter for the young and blow all your troubles away as well. There are two parts here: the coffee shop in the downstair and the suite in the upstair.
    Staying at Nap homestay, you have chance to enjoy some Vietnamese unique foods such as Dracontomelon soda or Taramind juice or Egg coffee,etc.

  • Where & How much?

    Where & How much?Where & How much?

    Address: No.5, Lane 3, Da Kao Ward, District 1, HCMC
    Price: 200,000 VND – 400,000 VND per dorm room

  • The Common Room Project

    The Common Room ProjectThe Common Room Project

    “The Common Room Project is not a hotel or a hostel. Simply, it is just a house when you are away from home a thousand miles! "- this is what The Common describes itself. Therefore, in the first time, when you open the door and go inside, you can see a space which is full of cozy and close as your home.
    You must be very surprised with the Western style’s space inside. Its design is very impressive, modern which makes guests "love at first sight". All details, interior furniture and decorations are in harmony attractively.
    In addition, The Common also has a common living room, a kitchen and rooftop where you can gather for cooking or to play boardgames with your friends.

  • Where & How much?

    Where & How much?Where & How much?

    Address: No.8, Lane 80, Ward 3, District 5, HCMC
    Dorm room: 300,000 VND
    Personal room: 1,300,000 VND

  • The Laban Homestay

    The Laban HomestayThe Laban Homestay

    A lovely homestay, The Laban, is located on Bui Thi Xuan Street, District 1 and only takes less than 10 minutes to visit the famous destinations in Saigon such as Ben Thanh Market, Notre Dame Cathedral or Opera House,etc.
    Almost rooms at The Laban is designed with large windows, simple but sophisticated with bright white tone. The Laban’s best room, the Penthouse is suitable for a group (4-6 people) including a living room, terrace, a double bed, an entresol with a double bed. On the other hand, there are other options such as dorm rooms or double rooms with quite cheap prices.

  • Where & How much?

    Where & How much?Where & How much?

    Address: No.23, Bui Thi Xuan Street, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, HCMC
    Dorm room: 200,000 VND
    Personal room: 1,000,000 VND

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