The Reverie Saigon
The Reverie Saigon commands the upper and lower floors of the iconic and modern 39-storey Times Square development in Ho Chi Minh City. With unreserved grandeur that epitomizes the best of Italian design, the hotel transcends expectations of space to deliver a modern-day exploration of classically inspired splendor. And the striking visuals of the hotel interiors are complemented by the expansive and arresting views of the metropolitan skyline, including the colonial French architecture on the streets and the dramatic twists of the Saigon River. From its many opulent rooms and suites to the cutting edge design of the restaurants, bars and extravagant public areas, The Reverie Saigon bears the indelible mark of being created by some of the best craftsmen, designers and artists in the world.
Why We Love This Hotel
Location: This elegant property is centrally located, mere steps from heritage museums, iconic landmarks, charming cafes, and contemporary art galleries.
Design: The Reverie’s over the top lavish design makes an attention-grabbing statement in a rapidly developing city.
Food: The Reverie brings world-class fare to the plate, serving artful culinary work, from casual to sophisticated, that caters to all diners.
- Saigon, Vietnam
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- 24hr Room Service
- Banquet Facilities
- Business Center
- Coffee Shop
- Cribs/infant Beds Available
- Fitness Center
- Meeting/conference Facilities
- Multilingual Staff
- Outdoor Pool
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Steam Room
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
- Yoga Classes/instruction On Site
Evoking European-style extravagance, The Reverie's 286 guestrooms are sumptuously-styled with rich palettes and custom trimmings that suit to the taste: from classic and opulent to sleek and modern, from whimsically romantic to fanciful and sophisticated, the rich design details throughout deliver an aesthetic unique to this side of the world. All rooms offer a Nespresso machine, high speed internet access and WiFi, walk in wardrobes, floor to ceiling windows overlooking the city and Saigon River, marble-clad bathrooms and plush period-style furnishings. Bathrobes, slippers and boutique bathroom amenities are provided.
The 89 apartments are resident-style living spaces for guests who prefer to have access to a kitchen. Available in one and two bedroom units, all come outfitted with kitchens designed by Snaidero and fully equipped with modern appliances, cookware and crockery. Located within the landmark Times Square Building in District 1, The Reverie Residence comes replete with its own private entrance and lobby, 24-hour guest service, and a chic Residence Lounge designed by Giorgetti.
Guestrooms come in three categories, from 43 square meters to 53 square meters, and are outfitted with walk-through closets, separate tubs and showers, and stylish chaise lounge and desk. Grand Deluxe and Panorama Deluxe guestrooms feature window-side tubs paired with premium Chopard bath amenities.
With a wide selection of 11 categories of suites, ranging from 63-313 square meters, guests have a wealth of choice between the designer spaces. Each elegantly appointed suite features separate living and sleeping areas as well as spacious master baths with soaking tubs and showers. The largest of them – the bi-level Saigon and Reverie Suites – each include a guestroom with ensuite, as well as a butler’s pantry with separate entrance. Beds are dressed in 600-thread count Frette linens and bath amenities include a choice of Hermès or Acqua di Parma. All suite accommodations come with exclusive access to The Reverie Lounge, a sky-high perch at which to enjoy a leisurely breakfast, afternoon tea or evening cocktails & canapés daily.
The Spa and Fitness Center at The Reverie spans two floors, encompassing 1,200 square meters of space. The business center is equipped with printer/photocopier/scanner and has three fully-equipped private workstations. Highly personalized 24/7 butler service is available on request (complimentary with Designer, Saigon, and Reverie Suites). The Reverie Lounge is offers breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails and canapes daily, and complimentary use of a private meeting room, exclusively for suite guests.
Located on the 6th floor, the fitness center is equipped with TechnoGym's latest line of ARTIS cardio equipment with Wi-Fi enabled console for connectivity to smartphones and iPods. The fitness center is open 06:00-10:00, after-hours access is available upon request. A trainer is available for guests looking for personalized training.
Offering a comprehensive menu of holistic therapies, The Spa caters to guests seeking Southeast Asia spa traditions as well as Western-inspired aromatheraphy treatments to relax and rejuvenate mind, body and soul. There are ten private treatment rooms, separate men's & women's steam and sauna facilities, a beauty salon and hair salon, spread between the 6th and 7th floors.
Also on the 6th floor, on a spacioius, open-air deck are two Jacuzzis and a 24-meter long, free-form pool designed with exquisite mosaic tile artistry by Sicis of Italy. An underwater sound system streams a custom playlist, and beginning at 18:00 each evening, swimmers and poolside visitors can enjoy an underwater light show.
The Reverie has four restaurants: all-day continental, home-style Italian, authentic Chinese, and classic Italian casual trattoria fare, in addition to a homemade to-go Deli.
Cafe Cardinal is the all-day dining restaurant with continental buffet or a la carte for breakfast and lunch, and switching to fine dining for dinner, serving contemporary French. In addition, afternoon high tea is available every day, while on Sundays, roast carving and seafood stations are rolled out for brunch.
Romeo & Juliet, or 'R&J,' serves home-style Italian fare -- from Wagyu ossobucco to home-made pasta -- in two private intimate dining room furnished with vibrant Italian mosaics, candelabras and a collection of differently styled dining chairs.
The Deli offers dine-in or take-away for guests seeking light meals or gourmet bites, such as croissants and Vietnamese coffee in the morning, a gourmet sandwich or salad at noon, and pastries, smoothies and ice cream all day long.
The Long @ Times Square
With marble-topped tables stretching between Dong Khoi and Nguyen Hue Boulevard, this sidewalk-style dining outpost offers an eclectic menu of trattoria-style fare of both Asia and western selections from tangy green papaya salad and tiger prawns with Vietnamese herbs, to barbeque pork ribs and a glitzy gold leaf beef burger. The eatery also serves authentic artisanal pizza and a gelato bar with 32 homemade flavors. Live music can be enjoyed every evening.
The Royal Pavilion
Enjoy fine Chinese dining at The Royal Pavilion's 9 dining rooms, with signature dishes including braised imperial bird's nest soup, honey-glazed barbecued pork, and Peking duck. It is especially known for its dim sum, serving favorites like steamed red rice roll wrapped with crispy bean curd & shrimp, and mango pudding with sago & pomelo.
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