Welcome to Bunker Bed, Breakfast & Bar.
We're a three room B&B located in the laid-back Da Kao neighborhood of District 1, a 20 minute walk or 10 minute cab ride to the center. We're not just a bed and breakfast. We are food lovers, coffee enthusiasts, seekers and appreciators of good design and culture. As such, we aim to curate an immersive experience of life in the modern iteration of Saigon. As our guest, even if you're here for only a day—you are living, not visiting.
- Please do not smoke inside the room. You're free to smoke in the common living area.
- Please turn off Air Conditioning when you're going out. Let's make our Earth greener.
- No shoes inside. We will provide you with indoor slippers.
- Have fun and chat with our bar staffs for travel insights.
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My name is Mike Pham and I'm the co-founder of Bunker, a newly opened bed, breakfast and bar located in the laid-back Da Kao neighborhood of District 1.
We're not just a bed and breakfast. We are food lovers, coffee enthusiasts, seekers and appreciators of good design and culture. As such, we aim to curate an immersive experience of life in the modern iteration of Saigon. As our guest, even if you're here for only a day—you are living, not visiting.
We have all three of our rooms listed here on AirBnb: The Studio, The Writer's Loft and The Suite. You can find them in my host profile.
BUNKER'S PRESS RELEASE:
To live and to dine in LA.
Bunker is a bed, breakfast, and bar. It’s inspired by the real, irreverent, and sometimes run-down neighborhood haunts of Chinatown, Los Angeles, where some of us grew up.
Designed to reflect not just the look, but the mood of such a space and time. The idea was to capture what an immigrant family would create in Los Angeles in the early 1990s, with no resources, no design sense, no Pinterest, no English skills, but a lot of love for food and the neighborhood where they make a living. (Bunker’s neighbors are invited to grab a free coffee every morning.)
While paying homage to that era, Bunker wanted to bring the quality of the food to today’s standards. Hot dogs and burgers are made using freshly baked buns from a local bakery. Hamburger patties and potatoes wedges are homemade and hand cut, respectively. Even the coffee is extracted from single-origin beans from Da Lat, Vietnam.
The bedrooms keep their French colonial structure (we are in Ho Chi Minh City after all), but the interior decor is an irreverent mix of neon, aged wood, open bathtubs, books, and kitschy souvenirs collected from around the world — reminiscent of lodgings above Chinatown storefronts.
79/2/1 Phan Ke Binh, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City