Boulevard Bonard was originally a nearly 1km canal, one end to the Saigon River, the other end to the Olivier canal to drain water. Around 1880, the canal was completely filled to build Boulevard Bonard. After the Opėra de Saigon (the Municipal Theatre) and Ben Thanh market were established in 1914, and the Saigon - My Tho Railway Station was moved from De La Somme Boulevard (Ham Nghi Street) to Cuniac Square (Quach Thi Trang Square), and the automotive era started booming in Indochine, Boulevard Bonard became economically superior to other roads such as Catinat (Dong Khoi Street) or Charner (Nguyen Hue Boulevard).
Embrace the soul of Saigon in our Bonard Junior Suite rooms, where generous balconies provide captivating views of local street life. Refresh under the outdoor rain shower, relax in the standalone tub or catch up on work with full connectivity and generous workspace. Beautifully appointed and exquisitely furnished in Indochine style, our spacious Bonard Signature rooms strike the perfect balance between classic comfort and modern living.
Room features: Air conditioning; 24-hour room service; Complimentary Internet access; IDD telephone; Hair dryer; Bathrobe / towels / slippers; Bathtub and shower; Complimentary mineral water, coffee and tea; In-room safe; Laundry service / dry cleaning; Mini bar; Flat screen satellite / cable TV; Toothbrush / shampoo / soap; Working desk