In the heart of Ho Chi Minh City's entertainment and business district, Hotel Gk Central is only an eight minute walk from The Independence Palace and a ten minute walk from Saigon Opera House. Guests can enjoy sitting areas in the rooms and a 24-hour business centre.
Warm rooms with stylish decor and wood floors feature flat-screens, tea and coffee makers, and en suite bathrooms with rainfall showerheads. Some rooms add electronic safes, balconies with city views and/or stocked mini bars. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
The 24-hour front desk can arrange for airport transportation, ticketing or concierge services. There's also laundry and a gift shop. Parking is free.
The on-site Ninety Nine Lounge restaurant serves local Vietnamese cuisine and offers breakfast options.
Hotel Gk Central is a four minute walk from Ben Thanh Market, an 11 minute walk from Tao Dan Park and three kilometres from Phuoc Hai Temple.
WiFi in lobby
92-94 Ly Tu Trong, Ben Thanh Ward,District 1, 700000, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
The rooms were found to be modern and clean
by guests. They were happy to have warm and cosy accommodations with most of
the necessary amenities. These are relatively new and in good shape with
working facilities. The space available is also of good size.
The hotel is located in a strategic location to explore the city. It is within walking distance from a famous market, as well as various eateries. Guests were also walking distance from an opera house, museums and religious attractions.
The free breakfast was a big plus by guests
who enjoyed having the morning meal in the hotel. The available choices were
plenty and the quality was fresh. The breakfast was good for western tastes as
Guests had negative experiences with the
reception. They didn't seem to help much with tours and with good information.
They were not quick with requests and their English is below average. They seem
to be not interested in their hospitality.
The on-site restaurant advertised is only open for breakfast. It was confusing for guests who wanted to have their lunch or dinner there but figured too late it was not open. The opening hours were confusing and not expressed openly.
Guests found the windows in the rooms to be
very small and to not have particular views. The windows did not do a good job
of letting in some natural light and some guests also lamented the rooms with