The Reverie Saigon to Open in Downtown Ho Chi Minh City

  • A view of the Reverie Saigon's lobby.

    A view of the Reverie Saigon's lobby.

  • Bathrooms at the Reverie Saigon will come equipped with Hermes or Chopard spa amenities.

    Bathrooms at the Reverie Saigon will come equipped with Hermes or Chopard spa amenities.

  • The hotel boasts a total of 286 guest rooms and suites.

    The hotel boasts a total of 286 guest rooms and suites.

  • Intricate details fill every inch of the hotel, from floor to ceiling.

    Intricate details fill every inch of the hotel, from floor to ceiling.

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Vietnam’s busy capital Ho Chi Minh City will soon welcome  the city’s much-anticipated new luxury hotel, The Reverie Saigon, which is making its debut on September 1.  Located at the Times Square building (which also houses The Reverie Residence serviced apartments), the hotel will feature 286 guest rooms and suites that take full advantage of the sweeping views of the Ho Chi Minh city and the Saigon River. Elaborately designed with intricate details, the property oozes the sort of elegance that bring to mind aristocratic residences.

Guests at The Reverie Saigon will also enjoy an expansive range of sumptuous facilities that include a two-floor spa with, a beauty salon, and a gym overlooking the hotel’s pool. Fifteen function spaces are available at the property, including the La Scala Ballroom that flaunts its onyx-lined walls and Swarovski crystal chandeliers, and culinary endeavors are made easy with the hotel’s 3 notable restaurants: The Royal Pavilion, R&J, and Café Cardinal serving Chinese, Italian, and French cuisine respectively. Coupled with the irresistible allure of the world-class hospitality is the property’s strategic location, which puts travelers at easy distance from the city’s historic Lam Son Square, Notre Dame Cathedral, Reunification Palace, and the Museum of Ho Chi Minh City.

“With this hotel, we have tried to create an experience of accommodation that is so singular, so splendid and so unexpected in the one-time Pearl of the Orient that the hotel becomes a place that stays with guests long after they’ve checked-out,” The Reverie Saigon general manager Herbert Laubichler-Pichler said.

For more information, visit the Reverie Saigon.

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