I love hotels. I guess I just love the fact that I don’t have to clean, do the laundry, and cook. So that the boys can view the fireworks, we checked in Pullman Saigon Hotel. It’s a relatively new hotel in Saigon — may be just around 2 years.
We booked our room accommodation a month ago and asked for a corner room facing the fireworks area.
The legs on the wall baffles me. I wonder who the installation artist is. 😛
Our room was in the 20th floor and Sam and Rafa were both smiling from ear to ear upon seeing our cozy room.
I guess spending a week with mom and dad for a week was getting to them and needed a change of scenery. 😛
Of course both boys had to check out how all the switches work. I firmly believe that kids are all you need to do QAs.
The bathroom is airy and has a 180 view of the city.
My only complaint is that there is no door to the bathroom. The kids can freely walk in and climb in the tub. Thankfully, the shower and toilet had separate cubicles.
Been experimenting with no poo, but of course I had to make an exception when staying in hotels.
Here’s a view from the entrance of the bathroom —
We also tried the pool on the 6th floor (if I remember correctly) and there was also a play area for kids. It was also right next to the spa and gym.
What I liked about the pool is that it has a separate area for kids so kids can play in the water without the adults worrying to much about the depth.
The breakfast buffet was composed of both Western and Asian dishes. I have to admit I just had to have a Nutella crepe.
Found at one corner of the dining area is a kiddie corner when kids can play while of course the adults eat.
Overall, we had a pleasant stay in Pullman and would recommend it to friends and family visiting.