The creativity of entrepreneurs leads us to live new experiences: Coffee in Bed … Working while relating while having a good cup of coffee, eating lightly and taking a nap Well … Why not! #MustSeeInVietnam Editor
These three cafes with beds in Ho Chi Minh City provide private space for customers to work and relax without distraction.
Chidori is a familiar cafe for young people and office workers in HCMC with its “coffee-in-bed” experience.
The shop is designed in a Japanese minimalist style, with each room separated by a wooden wall. Inside are small beds, mattresses, pillows, lamps, fans and tables. The main material used in the cafe is wood, adding a cozy and gentle atmosphere.
The shop has many service packages for customers to select, priced from VND70,000 to 350,000 ($2.93-14.66). An hour in bed with a drink or cake costs VND70,000. Opening time is from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Address: 134 Pasteur Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1. The shop has other branches in Districts 10, Tan Binh and Phu Nhuan.
The Daily Coffee is also a suitable place for those who need a space to study or work in groups with both public and private spaces. The café has a large space with two floors, open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
The private space can accommodate about four people, with cushions, tables and lights inside. The shop doesn’t charge hourly, customers just need to buy a drink to use the service for as long as they want. The menu here is diverse with 50 types of drinks including coffee, fruit tea, milk tea, hot tea and ice blends priced from VND45,000 to 69,000.
Address: 42 Tran Minh Quyen Street, District 10.
D.O.M Coffee Capsule is also an idea place for people to work, study, relax or simply take a quick nap between working hours. The shop boasts Japanese minimalist design and uses bright-color wood as main material.
The cafe opens from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Customers can rest for two hours here for VND100,000 to 250,000 per person.
Address: 213/23 Nguyen Gia Tri Street, Ward 25, Binh Thanh District.
Written By Huynh Nhi for E.VnExpress.net and a special touch by #MustSeeInVietnam
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5 thoughts on “#Coffee in #Bed : A New #Experience in #Saigon”
Wow ! A try !
A Must Try !
Ps looks like opium den but healthy and legal 🙂