From $26 per night

Spacious room on top of a bookstore

Ensuite bathroom

Stylish furniture

Accommodates 3 (queen size bed + sofa bed)

Central location

Quiet neighborhood

A lot of shared common area in the house (please see photos):

- Balcony

- Kitchen

Outside is the famous Domino bookstore and coffee bar. You could enjoy a cup of Vietnamese coffee there.

My place is near:

- Many shops, restaurants, spas, tour agencies

- Many attractions

- Pham Ngu Lao st.

- Ben Thanh market

- Museums

You'll love it!

Your space

Accommodates: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 2
Check In: After 1PM
Check Out: 11AM
Property Type: Private room in house
Room Type: Private room

The room is spacious, but I try to make it cozy so you feel like a home away from home. It has an attached bathroom, chairs and space to sit and relax. It even has a desk for working.

Guest access

There is a chill balcony; in the morning you should come here, grab a coffee and listen to the city waking up.

Right downstair is the famous Domino bookstore and coffee bar (they only have Vietnamese books, but English books are coming soon).

Interaction with guests

I'm Phung. Me and my husband (Viet) stay in the house sometimes. When we are not around, our family or friend will show you around and give you the key.

We're on the phone 24/24, so please call us or message us on airbnb if you need any help.

The neighborhood

The house is in a small alley, in a quiet residential neighbourhood. However it is right in the centre of HCMC. There are many shops and many cheap, good restaurants around. Most attractions are nearby. Pham Ngu Lao backpacker street, Bui Vien, Ben Thanh market, museum, tour agencies, super market, Nguyen Trai shopping street, local wet market... You will save a lot on transportations.

Getting around

My place is within walking distance to the bus stop at Pham Ngu Lao backpacker street where you could catch many buses to other cities in Vietnam and Cambodia.

Other things to note

Please note that electricity in Vietnam is 220V so make sure your chargers can work with this.


House rules

Please help us to keep Domino at Bookstore a great place:

- Please lower your noise level after 10pm not to disturb the neighbours.

- Please keep quiet in the common area and bookstore.

- Smoking area: balcony. Please do not smoke indoor.

- If you need more towels or room cleaning please let me know.

- Illegal activities are not allowed: illegal drugs (including marijuana), prostitution, etc. It will get us into BIG trouble. When in doubt please ask me.

- If you plan to invite friends over, please let me know before hand.


278 Reviews on Airbnb

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Great location, super friendly and helpful staff, very clean place.

I will definitely recommend it to anyone who is visiting the city.

Thank you very much for having us!


Domino is a sacred gem in the Airbnb world, and really reminds me of why I initially fell in love with Airbnb. Down an unassuming alley way in the heart of Saigon district 1, you’re two blocks away from backpacker/tourist central but you might as well be on another planet. The bookstore and cafe are so serene and peaceful... there’s always people around reading, drinking coffee and having beautiful conversation. The staff were so helpful and went above and beyond to communicate and facilitate. The rooms were clean with a vintage feel, but very efficient ac unit, and without imposing the staff offered clean towels and bedding at any time we wished. The library is maybe the best part.... so many books in Vietnamese and English to browse. They’re serious about their coffee too and have it for sale in the cafe downstairs. The one note to travelers is quiet time is 10 pm-6 am, so if you’re looking for late night/late rising party hostel, this might not be your cup of tea. We can’t stress enough how perfect this place was for us and definitely aided in our falling head over heels for Saigon. Thank you Domino team!!


great value


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