Experience: B&B, The Key to a Deeper Travel Experience

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Forego the big hotel. Immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture by staying at a B&B.

BedandBreakfast.com offers hundreds of room choices in over 20 cities in Vietnam. Choose a fully furnished apartment in the heart of Saigon, a trendy room in upscale Hanoi, a quiet cottage in a beach city, or a no-frills room in the mountain foothills. You will find one thing in common with every Bed and Breakfast property; a safe, clean, friendly place to stay and a wonderful morning meal.


Complimenting your trip by staying at a B&B offers you all of the basic amenities such as of choice of bed size, internet access, shuttle and transportation assistance as well as some nice extras from innkeepers who know their cities well, and enjoy meeting new people. You can expect coffee, tea and snacks without the room service charge, expert advice on planning day trips, nightlife, mapping a bike or hiking trip, optional meals in the evenings of home-cooked regional food, wine and beer happy hours, and great conversation with locals and your fellow travelers.


BedandBreakfast.com has been the worldwide leader in B&B reservations since 1995, through their parent company HomeAway, who partners with over 14,000 properties around the globe. Luxury estate managers, exclusive unadvertised rental properties, boutique hotels, apartment owners, specialty tour operators and hostels all participate to enhance their local economies. These cultivated relationships give travelers a variety of carefully chosen room options at every price point.  Book for a day, week, month or longer.

Make your visit to Vietnam a deeper travel experience by joining the B&B crowd.  Search here for B&B offerings throughout Vietnam.

Discover the New Vietnam!

Go to Expedia.com to start your Vietnam trip.

Did you know there’s a Sheraton in Saigon? For all available hotels in Vietnam, take a look at Hotels.com. 

Want to make your friends envious? Tell them “I stayed in a Bed & Breakfast at Ho Chi Minh City.”

Last of all, don’t forget Travel insurance.  Like glue, boring but necessary.

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