By Mario Ng
When it comes to hotel room service, we generally have a couple of things to look out for in determining if that particular hotel’s room service is worth it. First, we do expect the prices to be quite high, as with most five-star (or otherwise similarly-ranked) hotels. Correspondingly, in terms of taste, the food should be similar to what one can find in good restaurants in the country. Based on the above, we rate Sofitel Saigon Plaza’s room service!
We attempted to order a set of dishes that we thought best represent a starter, main, and dessert. Hence, we ordered three local dishes that we thought would represent Vietnam well!
By Mario Ng
Réhahn's pictures greet you at Sofitel Saigon Plaza
When we headed down to Ho Chi Minh City, we stayed at Sofitel Saigon Plaza for three nights. We previously stayed at Sofitel Sentosa Singapore & Spa and enjoyed our time there. We thought that Ho Chi Minh City’s version should provide us with a similar experience, if not better! Moreover, there is a club lounge available here, something Sofitel Sentosa Singapore & Spa does not have. This makes perfect sense for us to check this hotel out. We managed to secure three nights at the Prestige Suite, translating to 65 square metres of space!