Hotel Nikko Saigon is a 5 star luxury hotel with 388 rooms / suites and apartments. Conveniently located near the center of District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City. Rooms here are built with serenity in mind. They’re super-sleek, with a clean design characteristic of Japanese minimalism, and feature lavish white bedding, creamy loungers, and serious views of the city. Our room featured a deliciously deep soaking tub that I often used twice daily (my New York City apartment doesn't afford such luxuries), and each evening, truffles were placed upon the bed at turndown. At the Hotel Nikko Saigon, guest-rooms are luxuriously appointed. Spacious and sleek, they are decorated in rich tones with flourishes of Japanese inspirations. King-sized beds, 42-inch LCD televisions and free WiFi feature in the luxury bedrooms and spacious sitting areas, inviting guests to truly relax. As night falls, guests can choose from Japanese or Chinese cuisine at the hotel’s restaurants, followed by a drink at The Lounge. Local laws may restrict unmarried guests from sharing rooms. Guests are responsible for providing proof of marriage, if requested by the hotel. Under Vietnamese law, a guest who is not a Vietnamese citizen cannot share a room with a Vietnamese citizen without proof of marriage to each other. Otherwise, a second room must be booked in advance.