“Nestled along the meandering curves of the Saigon River, lies a city like no other: where the old and the new mingle side by side, where time-honoured traditions and cutting-edge modernity merge, and where one of the world’s most fascinating cultures awaits.”
The highest hotel in the metropolis, located at one of its most esteemed addresses, and offering an unparalleled experience, The Reverie Saigon is poised to introduce a bold, all- new brand of luxury to Vietnam for the first time.
With sweeping views of Ho Chi Minh City, amongst the 27th through 39th floors of Times Square, the 62 luxury suites and 224 luxury rooms of The Reverie Saigon are sure to be the place to be seen. Featuring a top-shelf bar, European and Indochina inspired fine dining, a luxurious spa and world-class facilities, this iconic hotel will transform the way you look at Vietnam.
The Reverie Saigon. A member of The Leading Hotels of the World.
On the Dong Khoi front – an elegant street once known to the French as rue Catinat, and to a later generation as Tu Do –upscale local boutiques and charming coffee shops trade sidewalk space with some of the world’s most glamorous brands. On the Nguyen Hue front, the city’s brand new, tree-lined pedestrian boulevard accentuates the intermingling of the old and the new in Saigon, running between the picturesque riverfront and the 1908-built Hôtel de Ville – now the People’s Committee Hall.
And within walking distance are some of the city’s most notable attractions – the French colonial Opera House, the neo-classical Central Post Office, the historic Reunification Palace and Ho Chi Minh City Museum.
The hotel is located in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City with entrance on Dong Khoi Street and Nguyen Hue Boulevard.
For directions to the hotel from Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN), please visit: Google Maps
A fleet of 12 luxury automobiles, including a Bentley, a Rolls-Royce limited edition Phantom Dragon, a Maybach and various classes of Mercedes (including custom-outfitted vans) offers the finest means of transport in the city.
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