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Where to stay in District 5

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Ho Chi Minh City's District 5 is more popularly known as Cholon, the largest Chinatown in all of Vietnam. It's a colourful, vibrant neighbourhood, home to historic buildings showcasing classical Chinese architecture, large markets, and of course, all manner of Chinese food. The peak season for tourism occurs in the dry months from December to April -- late January and early February being the most chaotic and priciest times because of Tet or Chinese New Year celebrations. The monsoon season, between May and September, is the best time to travel in District 5 if you want fewer crowds and lower hotel rates.

What are the Top Hotels in District 5

The Hotel Equatorial Ho Chi Minh City is one of the top luxury hotels in District 5, that also happens to be very popular among visitors to the area. In addition to chic, modern guestrooms, the hotel is also home to 2 restaurants and an outdoor pool. A casino and a nightclub within the premises means you won't lack for entertainment. The Windsor Plaza Hotel is another highly regarded 5-star establishment. It receives plenty of praise in District 5 reviews, particularly for its cleanliness and friendly service. The 3-star Valentine Hotel gives great value for money by offering free perks such as Wi-Fi, parking, and buffet breakfast.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in District 5?

There's a good selection of hotels scattered throughout District 5, close to historical and cultural sites. Consider a hotel in the heart of the district. Here you'll find the An Dong Market, a large building where shops sell everything from cheap clothes, shoes, furniture, and local handicraft. You might also want to try looking at hotels along Nguyen Trai Street. Head to the west and you'll reach the 18th-century Thien Hau Pagoda, dedicated to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu. Hotels in the eastern part of the street are close to the Saigon Culinary Arts Centre, where you can enroll in courses to learn how to cook authentic Vietnamese dishes.

What are Hotels like in District 5?

While hotels in District 5 are nowhere near as plentiful as those in neighbouring District 1, there's still a good selection for you to choose from. They offer many of the usual amenities, such as free Wi-Fi, found in urban hotels. Large luxury hotels feature roomy, beautifully furnished suites, outdoor pools, full-service spas, and restaurants and bars offering Chinese, Vietnamese and Western cuisine. Some mid-range and budget hotels tend to give you the most bang for your buck, offering freebies such Wi-Fi and parking; some even throw in breakfast for free. Serviced apartments are also available, featuring fully equipped kitchens and self-service laundry facilities.

How much do Hotels typically cost in District 5?

You'll find that accommodations in District 5 register on various points on the pricing scale. In Ward 9, for example, there are upscale hotels that charge about S$108 for a suite, and close by, budget-friendly hotels where you can rent a room from S$33 to S$54. Tran Hung Dao Street is lined with mid-range hotels, where rooms can cost anywhere from S$29 to S$51 a night. You can also find some cheap District 5 hotels along Nguyen Trai Street in Ward 14, where a clean, no-frills room can go for as low as S$15 per night.