- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa.
- This hotel provides transfers from the airport and train station (fees may apply). To make arrangements, contact the property with arrival details 72 hours prior to arrival, using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
- Reservations need to be made in advance for massage services. Contact the hotel at the phone number listed on your booking confirmation.
- Connecting or adjoining rooms can be requested, but all rooms are subject to availability. Contact the property using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
Victory Saigon Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel allows you to leave your passport at reception. Passports may be necessary in business, and it is not suitable. I was a non-smoking room, but a cigarette was left in the trash bin of the room. The hotel is old and the facilities are minimal, but the room fee is not high, so I think that it is average level. The location is good for sightseeing. The breakfast is a buffet and the kind is average. I stayed for 2 nights, but breakfast tickets only give me one night at check-in. I bother bringing the room to the evening next evening, but it was annoying.
This hotel ruined our holiday. The hotel is waaaay too overpriced! And the rooms are nothing like the pictures online. All we got was a really small room wich smelled bad, matres of stone and a dirty bathroom. When we asked for the room where we payed for, the receptionist told us that there was no other room availble. When we walked around in the hotel, we saw several rooms wich were free. Eventually we got a other room, which was better but still nothing like the pictures. And it doesn’t have the things/service were we payed for. + still a old dirty room. The reason why we choose for this expensive hotel is because they have a pool. Later we found out we had to pay to use it. So we send a email that if we had to pay we would like to cancel it. Twice. No response. So a extremely expensive hotel wich is not even nice at all. I could have had a hotel closer to the Center, more beautifull and for 1/4 of the price of what i’m paying now!! Breakfast is only asian, which I don’t like in the morning. I am very upset because of this hotel. The staff is really unfriendly, Only the manager and one lady at the reception listen to us. All the other staff had a really bad attitude. Just when i thought this isn’t getting any worse, we wanted to use the swimmingpool wich we had to pay extra for. The man at the swimmingpool was the worst! He yelled something in Vietnamese to us. We gave him our ticket to the swimmingpool. When i shifted the bed to the only little space with sunshine, the man went crazy! He kept yelling at us in Vietnamese. I told him through Google translate i would put it back when i was done. He just kept yelling. What a awfull man. We took our tickets and left! Than when we wanted to hand in the swimmingpool tickets the receptionist said I couldn’t and had to pay for it. But when I spoke to her on the phone she said it was ok. It was just a little piece of paper, why can’t I hand it in?? I’m not going to pay for walking to the 6th Floor, get yelled at and return! This hotel is taking your Money for anything they can possibly charge you. Such bad service. Never in my life i’ve experienced such rude people and a hotel so overpriced and this bad. Victory hotel, great job ruining our holiday. I would like a response from the hotel, to explain all of this.
We stayed at the Victory on the last leg of our Intrepid trip. While comfortable enough, it was not as clean as our other hotels and the design of the shower made it impossible to avoid flooding the bathroom. On the plus side, our room was quiet and spacious, the air-conditioning worked well and the staff were friendly. The mattresses were very firm, but I quite liked that. (Interestingly, the hotel guide, which looks like it was designed in the 1950s, states the cost of replacing a stolen mattress as 18,000,000 vnd.) I would have rated the hotel as ok until we experienced breakfast. The restaurant is extravagantly decorated but instead of the usual assortment of dishes, the only edible fresh fruit was watermelon and the coffee was undrinkable. We remembered the kettle in our room, so rushed back, but there were no cups or instant coffee sachets in the room. A difficult way to start the morning. Staying at the Victory felt like being in a time warp. And a warning, there appear to be two engraved elephant tusks in the lobby. I hope they are fake!!
The rooms were okay. The poor things with this hotel is: 1. Very poor Breakfast 2. Very Poor english in reception 3. Pay to use the swimming pool. I thought it was a joke when i stood there in mu swimming suit with no cash on me. So i had to go back to the hotel room, get some money, go back to pay the man at the entrance. IF YOU want to go to your room to get something in middle of the swimming, they will not remember you when u return 10 minutes later, and therefore you need to pay one more time to enter the pool
It was good hotel 2o years back. It became quite old now. It is run by state thus most of customers are state owned organizations. It is typically hotel for state owned customers. Sometimes hotel has the tours of western visitor. It is not worth for 40 dollars price
This was the last hotel we stayed in during a family intrepid tour. Was in a good location right beside war remnants museum but hotel itself wasn't good. The pool is used for swimming lessons for the locals. The breakfast buffet was not very nice, and restaurant wasn't very clean. The rooms were not very clean and the hotel gave off a weird vibe. Wifi was good and so was air conditioning but would not recommend for families. Mini bar was very cheap but snacks were not very good.
I’ve live here about 4 days. And the facilities is ok, except the bathroom, no hot water despite the rainy. And too less towel to use for a room 2 beds But their location is near the center, it’s good for out family to walk around. And it’s also near War Remmants Museum. My friend visit me, and the security charge fee for parking. In the other hotel, maybe we are free. But the reception don’t ask about ID or anything else when my friend come. They even don’t know when my friend come *lol*
This is a state owned and run hotel. It certainly gives you an idea of the 'old days' - furnishings and hotel brilliant promotion material. It's certainly got novelty factor: from the grand decadent (and now slightly dirty and rough round the edges) dining room to reception. It's the kind of place that mid level state officials stay when in town from Hanoi and this is an interesting thing to be around. Especially breakfast or around the bar. Also small group tour groups use the hotel frequently - some love it others hate it. Nothing in between. The rooms are large and would have been considered luxurious and sophisticated - in the 1980s. Although the sleep quality is perfectly fine and wifi great, the rooms are worn and some less then spotlessly clean. The bathrooms are particularly problematic - as others mention - the showers bad design mean the floor can flood quickly. The toilets can inexplicably without a person in sight gurgle loudly, very loudly! Location: It's convenient for some central sights - for example war remenants museum is less than 5 minute walk. Whatever your view - good or bad - staying at Victory Hotel will most certainly be an experience
I stayed at the Victory hotel with my 14 year old son on the 5th and the 7th of August 2017. On the last night I woke up at 2 in the morning to find my son missing from our room without any way for me to contact him. I searched the hotel and could not find him. I asked the doorman and receptionist if they had seen him and they hadn't. I then asked the receptionist to please ring the police for me and he refused. Against my wishes he decided to ring our tour guide who by then had gone back to Hanoi. I spoke to the guide on the phone who said he would ask the receptionist to contact the police for me as he thought that was the best course of action, so I handed the phone back to the receptionist. Fortunately at that point my son walked back into the hotel. I then asked the receptionist to tell our guide (who was still on the phone) that my son was safe. He spoke a few words of Vietnamese and assured me he'd told him. However the next morning our tour guide rang and was very concerned. Apparently the receptionist had repeatedly refused to agree to inform the police saying it wasn't his job and when I'd asked the receptionist to inform the guide that my son was safe he didn't tell him and put the phone down on him. The guide then tried ringing several times in the night to find out how we were but the night receptionist would not answer the phone, so it was only in the morning that the guide found out that we were safe. The hotel very much has a tired, slightly tatty Communist government owned hotel feel about it, but the rooms are very clean as with every hotel I stayed in Vietnam. There was an iron burn on the carpet in my room which I don't think would have been tolerated in a better hotel. I would have given a 2 or 3 star review if I hadn't had such a bad experience with the receptionist.
The facilities are fine, and it is a great location - very central; & convenient But the hotel is unloved: it is clean, but faded and in need of some repairs & touching up. The staff are grumpy. This is the only place I ate in Vietnam where the food was not delicious. Not actively bad, but not recommended
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Located within a 5-minute walk of War Remnants Museum, Victory Saigon Hotel is within a 15-minute stroll of Independence Palace. This 160-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central District 3 and also a short walk from 30-4 Park and Golden Dragon Water Puppet Theatre.
Enjoy a bite to eat at Victory restaurant, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 9 AM.
All of Victory Saigon Hotel's 160 rooms are recently renovated and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. 32-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also standard.
At Victory Saigon Hotel, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for VND 700000 per vehicle one way. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, 4 meeting rooms, and a conference center.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
50.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 306 reviews