FV Hospital VIP Suite

Last April 17, I gave birth via Caesarean Section at FV Hospital.  This wasn’t the first time I had an operation in this hospital as I’ve had a cyst removed from my leg, a couple of years ago — although I was just an outpatient.

Lots of foreigners have misgivings on hospitals in Ho Chi Minh City and luckily, my most recent experience with FV has been good.  Actually, I think at times, the staff can be overzealous.  Hehe!

We stayed for 5 days in their VIP Suite (thanks to our HMO).

It was spacious and I had some privacy on my part of the room especially when I had to breastfeed.

The room also had a pull out sofa bed for hubby and Sam.

The thing is though the toilet was far from my bed so it was really an ordeal when I first got up to use it after my operation. 😦

Sam loved the changing table —

This was the view from our room.

Parkson Paragon and Crescent Mall —

Of course this room is expensive but having everything in order makes for a stress-free hospital stay.

Will share our experience on the next entry.

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4 Responses to FV Hospital VIP Suite

  1. Kathleen says:

    Congratulations on your new arrival! Looking forward to seeing some baby pics soon. 🙂

  2. Diep Lecoq Tran says:

    Hlelo and congratulations!
    I plan to go to FV too, would you mind hsaring the price of the VIP room too? I would like my husband to be with me too after I deliver 🙂

    thanks for sharing all this, this made me feel more reassured about all of this, 1st kid 🙂

    • Lyra says:

      Hi! You’re welcome.

      The VIP suite is 4,080,000 VND per day. FV has a normal delivery / Caesarian delivery package — you might want to check that out first.

      I wish you a safe delivery!

      • Diep Lecoq Tran says:

        thank you very much Lyra 🙂 and thanks for the blog, you are so active on it, love it!!!

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