Hotels with bicycle rental in District 6
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Ba Dat HomestayDistrict 6,District 6 - View on map
"This homestay is run by a husband wife team coupled with their lovely daughter. We loved this home so much we extended our stay from 5 to 9 days so we could take the Mekong River tour with the owner Randy. Breakfast was included in the very reasonable price and Linh is a phenomenal cook. If the meal didn't suit our fancy she just whipped up something else tasty. We ate dinner at the house 7 of the nights we stayed for $5/ per meal and they were outstanding. We went to the water park with the family, the city tour on motorcycles, the public marketplace and a cooking class. They provided laundry services, and really made us feel a part of the family. They set up an itinerary for our next stops throughout Vietnam, had a going away dinner,gave us gifts,made our reservations for the sleeper bus and saw us off at the bus station. Way above and beyond what you would expect. Highly recommend and the owner speaks very fluent English. Cleanliness, hospitality, and great value for the dollar."
Cholon Business HotelDistrict 6,District 6 - View on map
"The staff were super nice and attentive. But I must point out a few items that made our stay uncomfortable. 1. The beds are extremely uncomfortable (even for a budget hotel). Specifically, too hard almost like sleeping on the ground. 2. Mosquitos were in the room. Nothing worse than waking up to bites on your arms, legs, or face. (I've stated in other low budget hotels with no mosquitos, so I know it's definitely possible here). 3. After taking a shower the whole restroom would be wet (toilet, tiolet paper, floors and walls, etc.) While this may be ok for most locals, to foreigners this is not something we like. 4. Rooms on the street side can be quite noisy from the traffic. I would recommend this place to other traveling foreigners if.. Your're looking for a clean place to stay for a reasonable price (assuming you need a place in this area). They don't speak much (if any) English here, so don't expect it. And if you're ok with eating street food, there are plenty of great food within walking distance (one street over or a few streets down). Also money exchange is avail at a nearby jewelry store. Again, it's advisable that you can speak a little Vietnamese. "