Best hotels with nightclub in District 5
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Hotel Equatorial Ho Chi Minh CityDistrict 5,District 5 - View on map
"The Equatorial is a beautiful 5 Star (and worth all the stars!) Hotel, located on the outskirts of Chinatown in District 5, close to the central District 1. There is a free minibus shuttle service into the heart of Saigon every other hour. This is a large hotel, but the layout and staff make the hotel seem to have a very personal feel - and they remember your name and make every effort to assist you. The swimming pool is a welcome relief to the heat of Saigon, and we were able to relax there every day on the loungers. The rooms were excellent with all the trimmings you would expect from a hotel of this standard. The buffet breakfast was incredible - a veritable feast! Many a course of very tasty fresh food for all tastes. On a final note - we had a couple of incidents where I left my camera behind in the dining room, and my Dad left his wallet in a taxi - and the staff were so helpful, both items returned untouched to the rightful owners! They even offered a basket of fruit to us as my parents were upset at the missing wallet and made every effort to re-assure them and retrieve the items. And finally (again) - even though the internet is a paid for option, they give you a free cup of coffee and you have the use of a brand new Apple Mac with a huge screen, equates to approx a dollar an hour! Well worth it ... "
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Dong Kinh HotelDistrict 5,District 5 - View on map
"You are in Chinatown so it's less touristy than district 1. The management prohibits foreigners staying with Vietnamese nationals staying in the same room. However, they don't state that in the hotel policies in Agoda's listing. They tried to make me book a second room, but did not let them jerk me around so they found a workaround. I had to be thick skinned though. I booked the Deluxe room which was advertised as 33 square meters with City View. They at first tried to give me a room that was 19 square meters, but I insisted that the room I booked was supposed to be larger. Then they gave me a room that was 25 square meters, but no view. The windows look at a wall. They said they didn't have anymore rooms with windows, so I accepted it. The bathroom had no hot water so I had to take a cold shower. My devices couldn't join the wifi for some reasons so I just ran a long ethernet cable to their administrative offices down the hall. I had to tape it up properly so that that no one would trip. After resting for the afternoon, I noticed that the bedsheet was too small for the bed. The bedsheet only ran down 80 percent of the mattress, leaving the rest of the mattress exposed. I told the reception and they made the bed again with the appropriate sheets. This hotel is more of an entertainment complex for men. There's a karaoke hostess nightclub and happy ending massage parlor attached. Good for single guys and traveling businessmen, but not couples or family. Room Tip: If you booked one of the larger rooms, don't let them try to give you a smaller room."
Dong Kinh 2 HotelDistrict 5,District 5 - View on map
"nothing much to do near the hotel area. most local people in this area can't speak mandarin or english."