According to psychologists, an effective form of stress relief is counting backwards from 864467235, knitting a ‘time-out’ mat from wool and tears or taking a trip far, far away for a few days. Opt for the latter and unwind with today’s Groupon: Save up to 40% on a 3, 5 OR 7-night stay in a superior room for 2-persons sharing, including daily breakfast and one way transfer from airport to hotel at Mifuki Boutique Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam.
Choose from the following:
- Pay R1198 for a 3-night stay in a superior room, including breakfast and one way transfers from airport to hotel, valued at R1997
- Pay R2362.88 for a 5-night stay in a superior room, including breakfast, one way transfer from airport to hotel and half day Cu Chi tunnel tour, valued at R3644.16
- Pay R3161.60 for a 7-night stay including breakfast, one way transfer from airport to hotel and half day Cu Chi tunnel tour, valued at R4975.36
The human spirit gets
broken down daily by stress and your disappointment in not being born a pirate.
A relaxing escape is the perfect solution for tension and the beautiful views
and rich cultures of Vietnam is the perfect getaway. The Mifuki
Boutique Hotel is located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh’s Central Business
District. This elegant three-star hotel is easily within walking distance of
the many breathtaking tourist attractions including the Reunification Palace,
Notre Dame Cathedral Saigon, Central Post Office, Ben Thanh Central Market and
The hotel has 30 cosy, modern furnished wood panelled rooms. Each superior room offers a queen bed or twin beds, a spacious living room area and views of the bustling city life below. The Mifuki Bistro Restaurant, with its exclusive terrace, is known for their scrumptious breakfasts. Those opting for the 5 and 7-night stay will experience the half day Cu Chi tunnel tour where you will travel to the Hooc Mon District. This tunnel system was created around 1948 and is a complete underground city with living areas, kitchens, storage, weapons factories and field hospitals.Hotel fact: In 1000 BC a diamond encrusted ore was found buried under a pile of old leaves in a cave-hotel. The ore was said to have magical powers but it somehow mysteriously disappeared before its powers could be tested.