Park Hyatt Saigon
Inspired by the colonial traditions of the French, this stylishly chic 259-room hotel built in 2005 is the premier address in Saigon, centrally located near the Opera House. High standards of service, elegant decor and fine amenities are the trademarks of this hotel. The large and well-equipped fitness center covers 397 square feet and features modern Life Fitness cardio equipment with personal LCD television screens and headphones. A 66-foot outdoor swimming pool with a special water feature is located next to a beautifully landscaped tropical garden. Fitness classes are also available. All public areas have wi-fi, and there are wired Internet connections in the guest rooms.
Why We Love This Hotel
Location: This elegant property is centrally located, overlooking the Opera House on Lam Son Square and within walking distance of most tourist spots.
History: Though it's new, the Park Hyatt echoes the colonial grandeur of old Saigon. Historic buildings are within steps of the property.
Service: 24-hour butlers, concierge and room service ensure round-the-clock care for guests.
- Saigon, Vietnam
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- Business Center
- Coffee Shop
- Disabled Facilities
- Family Room
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- Poolside Bar
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Smoking Area
- Steam Room
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
In keeping with the colonial ambience of Lam Son Square, the Park Hyatt Saigon pays tribute to French Saigon with elegantly decorated interiors. Each room features tall French windows, with black and white photographs on the walls and plush furnishings offering superlative comfort. Bathrobes, slippers and boutique bathroom amenities are provided.
Park Deluxe King Room
These 495-square-foot rooms on the third floor feature French doors that open up to a private terrace with pool access. Terraces feature outdoor seating and views of the pool or the property's landscaped gardens. Rooms also include work desk with internet access, king bedding, tea and coffee-making facilities, phone, LCD TV, minibar, safe and hairdryer. Bathrooms feature marble bathtub with separate shower.
Park Suite King
Offering 754 square feet of space, these suites feature a separate living room and bedroom, with king bedding and luxurious sofa seating and chaise longue. Views extend over the city or garden through tall French windows, while plush carpeting and period detail lend a cozy colonial ambience. Suites also include work desk with internet access, tea and coffee-making facilities, phone, LCD TV, minibar, safe and hairdryer. Bathrooms feature marble bathtub with separate shower.
Standard Park Room
Measuring 365 square feet, these rooms feature wood floors, work desk with internet access, king or twin bedding, tea and coffee-making facilities, phone, LCD TV, minibar, safe and hairdryer. Bathrooms feature marble bathtub with separate shower and each room offers city or pool views.
The Park Hyatt Saigon is fully-equipped to deal with the needs of corporate travelers, with a business center that features fax, copy and computer services, full connectivity, a 24/7 business concierge and workstations.
Open 24 hours a day, this modern gym features Life Fitness equipment, LCD TVs, headphones and personal trainers available for personalized routines. Towels and water are provided.
A 25-meter swimming pool is located within the property's courtyard garden. Towels are provided and shaded poolside sun loungers are available.
This luxurious facility is themed around "spring" (xuan) and offers a host of renewing and rejuvenating therapies. Traditional Vietnamese rituals feature the healing properties of four spring blossoms, with seven treatment rooms, garden views and a Vichy shower room. The spa also offers salon services hair styling, manicure and pedicure.
2 Lam Son
This stylish modern bar features low sofa seating, and illuminated glass bar and DJs every Friday and Saturday. 2 Lam Son is a smoke-free bar that offers an extensive list of cocktails and vintage wines, plus international bar snacks.
This award-winning al fresco restaurant is open all day and offers views over the Opera House and Lam Son Square. The trattoria-style menu includes wood-fired pizza, pasta and hearty Italian home-cooking with Vietnamese pho and selected international dishes also on offer. The Sunday brunch is a hit with travelers and locals alike.
This cozy colonial-style venue provides the perfect setting for traditional afternoon tea, with live music provided in the evenings. The menu encompasses local and international foods, including bahn mi baguettes and French pastries.
Open for lunch and dinner, this venue offers award-winning Western and Vietnamese cuisine. Using the freshest ingredients and local and imported meats and seafood guests Square One offers indoor and terrace dining, plus a selection of 1,500 bottles of wine. Specialties include aged beef, catch of the day seafood and bamboo chicken.
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