Saigon’s Notre-Dame Cathedral (or Basilica of Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception, as it is officially called) is a twin-towered cathedral and one of the most prominent architectural landmarks in the city. Built from 1863 to 1880 with materials imported from France, it now stands between two busy streams of traffic. While the streets outside are always bustling with tourists, locals and street vendors, inside is an austere oasis of peace and calm. It does, however, comes alive as a church during services.
Great location, near many restaurants and cafes. Breakfast was excellent and so was the service. We stayed at two different kind of rooms during our three night stay and they were both very clean. The staff was super helpful.
Our stay at Silverland Hotel was great. Starting with the breakfast which was very good and diversificated, very beautiful and clean rooms, and the rooftop and jacuzzi make the difference. At 10 th floor you could enjoy a beautiful panorama.