Quite simply Saigon's best hotel
Quite simply, the Park Hyatt is one of Saigon's best hotels.
Opened in 2005, the Saigon Park Hyatt was a decade in the making and it was certainly worth the wait. Everything from the wooden plantation shutters to the subdued Vietnamese art oozes elegance. The gleaming ivory 10-storey hotel melds classic French colonial styles with the atmosphere of a Vietnamese residence, and you're but a short walk from both Saigon's many attractions and its vibrant nightlife. The sophisticated rooms are immaculate throughout and tastefully furnished with lovely faux antique desks, firm comfortable lounges, and bedding so lush you could happily snuggle the day away. Other facilities include large flat screen TVs, in-room safe, complimentary tea and coffee and mini-bar. Flourishes of style are evident throughout the rooms, including decorative pillows with earthen prints and simple yet fine art. The majority of the rooms are superiors, with only nine deluxe rooms. Staff are outstanding. If the Hyatt is in your budget, look no further — though be sure to look out for an internet rate.
By Stuart McDonald
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.