A large complex of 8 towers of 13 floors each. A city within a city, with shops, cafes, barbers, kindergartens, was a sort of village self in autarky.
Built in the late '60s, it was hired by the American army during the war.
Rich in history, it is now disused. The remaining 130 families (out of 600 that used to live there) are rearranged into new apartments nearby.
Before being rehoused or compensated, the last inhabitants of President Hotel tell their tale. And unravel the last thread of a story that merges with Vietnam’s history.