About this listing
The Common Room Project is a 48-bed boutique accommodation/social club that offers a social atmosphere, luxury bedding, and designer home comforts, along with friendly hosts who can show you a more authentic local insider view of Saigon.
For the solo traveler or a group of friends traveling together, we offer a beautifully designed super single bed in a shared room with ensuite bathroom. We believe sleep is divine so we offer all dorm guests 100% cotton hotel linen, feather pillow, feather duvet, and plush towel.
We have 4 spacious bespoke dormitory rooms each offering:
- 50sqm, en-suite bathroom, balcony, some with kitchenettes
- 9 to 14 beds depending on room design
- A/C, WiFi, Personal Lockers
As part of staying in our space, we offer all guests access to over 200sqm of shared communal space including chef's kitchen, rooftop bar and terrace, dining hall/workspace, and our garden courtyard that offers a haven from the hustle and bustle of the city. The kitchen is fully stocked with spices, pots/pans, plates and utensils, and purified drinking water - let us know if you are a foodie and want to cook, or just join one of our communal dinners.
Interaction with guests
Room assignment is given on arrival depending on your group size and dates of stay. If you have special requests, just mention it and we'll try our best to accommodate.
If you find this listing is not available during the dates you request, please click on our profile to see all of our listings and select one of our duplicate listings, or message us with what you need and we'll sort you out.
We send you instructions on how to get here after you book. Look forward to hosting you!
Please share this space respectfully and pick up after yourself.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.
We’re travelers just like you and have stayed in all sorts of accommodation from budget hostel dorms to luxurious 5 star hotels. For us, especially when travelling alone, there was always something incomplete about the overall experience. TCRP was created with all these incompleteness in mind.
We loved the comfort that hotels offer, yet we also loved the social elements of what a hostel provides. It’s the little things that make THE difference. So why not bring the two worlds together and create something in between?