The accommodation is set next to Opera House, 1.6 km from War Remnants Museum. 15 minutes' walk away there is Reunification Palace.
Guests can visit an opera house, a museum and a tower as well as a market and commercial centres set nearby.
The non-smoking rooms are equipped with individual climate control, a writing table and sound-proofed windows, while the bathrooms come a hairdryer, a rainfall shower and complimentary toiletries. Liberty Central Saigon Riverside Hotel offers a magnificent view to its guests. Every room includes a dishwasher, coffee/tea makers and a toaster.
The lounge is daily open for breakfast. Central restaurant prepares a wide selection of Western dishes. There is a garden bar onsite. Guests can enjoy a meal at Tous les Jours and Cuc Gach Quan located nearby.
Tan Son Nhat International airport is 10 km from the excellent property.
The accommodation has 24-hour security, concierge service and room services, as well as parking, a beauty salon and a barber shop.
It also features an outdoor pool fitted with a sauna, sun loungers and parasols. The onsite fitness facilities include a gym and a fitness centre.
Travel - CCCIS 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City, also known by its former name of Saigon, is the most populous city in Vietnam with a population of 8.4 million as of 2017. Located in southeast Vietnam, the metropolis surrounds the Saigon River and covers about 2,061 square kilometres. From 1955 to 1975, Saigon was the capital of the Republic of Vietnam, commonly known as South Vietnam.
Notre Dame Cathedral
Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, built in the late 1880s by French colonists, is one of the few remaining strongholds of Catholicism in the largely Buddhist Vietnam. Located in Paris Square, the name Notre Dame was given after the installation of the statue ‘Peaceful Notre Dame’ in 1959. In 1962, the Vatican conferred the Cathedral status as a basilica and gave it the official name of Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica. Measuring almost 60 metres in height, the cathedral’s distinctive neo-Romanesque features include the all-red brick façade (which were imported from Marseille), stained glass windows, two bell towers containing six bronze bells that still ring to this day, and a peaceful garden setting in the middle of downtown Ho Chi Minh City District 1.
Opening Hours: Daily 08:00 – 17:00
Address: 1 Cong Xa Paris, Ben Nghe, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Central Post Office
The Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh is a beautifully preserved remnant of French colonial times and perhaps the grandest post office in all of Southeast Asia. Located next door to Notre Dame Cathedral, the two cultural sites can be visited together and offers visitors a chance to imagine life in Vietnam during the times of the Indochinese Empire. The building was designed by Alfred Foulhoux and features arched windows and wooden shutters, just as it would have in its heyday in the late 19th Century.
The Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh was constructed between 1886 and 1891 and once inside, the looping arches, intricately designed marble floors and antiquated telephone boxes all serve as a reminder of the importance the post office played in days before email and mobile phones.
Opening Hours: Daily 07:00 – 19:00
Location: 2 Cong Xa Paris, Ben Nghe, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Reunification Palace was the base of Vietnamese General Ngo Dinh Diem until his death in 1963. It made its name in global history in 1975. A tank belonging to the North Vietnamese Army crashed through its main gate, ending the Vietnam War. Today, it's a must-visit for tourists in Ho Chi Minh City.