Park Hyatt Saigon
At a Glance
The most luxurious property in the heart of Saigon
245 beautifully appointed rooms and suites
Peaceful pool area that is ideal to come back to after a busy day sightseeing
Two outstanding restaurants
Central location in the heart of downtown Saigon
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
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Hot all year round and December to April is the dry season with occasional rain. May to November is the wet season with showers almost every day and flooding in the Mekong Delta can occur. December is the coolest month, while April and May tend to be the hottest months.
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One of the most beautiful buildings in the city, set in Lam Son Square at the cultural heart of Saigon, the stunning Park Hyatt is a luxury colonial property and is the perfect base to start exploring one of Vietnam's most fascinating cities.
The Park Hyatt is located across the street from the city’s graceful French-built opera house and within walking distance of the city’s main tourist attractions, shopping and entertainment. With its impressive façade, elegant and traditional rooms and stylish restaurants, this is the ideal setting to relax after a day of sightseeing in Ho Chi Minh, or Saigon as it is more commonly known.
Rooms at the Park Hyatt have stunning city or pool views and are contemporary, light, spacious and elegantly furnished with colonial touches. Every creature comfort has been thought of from white marble baths to the finest quality bedding and modern amenities. Rooms are spacious enough to enjoy the fantastic in room dining available, or enjoy the fabulous Italian cuisine at the relaxed Opera Restaurant overlooking Lam Son Square or Vietnamese and Western food prepared in the open kitchens of Square One. The bars here are also worth a visit, with 2 Lam Son offering a contemporary setting complete with DJs and an illuminated glass bar for the buzzing Saigon crowd.
The Park Hyatt Saigon boasts an impressive spa, a fitness centre and a beautiful 20 metre outdoor swimming pool set in a landscaped tropical garden. It is no surprise that the hotel itself has become one of the new landmarks in this dynamic city.
There are 245 Rooms (standard and deluxe) and Suites all with wooden floors, marble bathrooms and fabulous views of the pool or the city. The Deluxe Rooms have a private terrace with steps leading down to the pool and the Suites are double the size so great for those wanting additional space and a warm residential feel. Stays in all rooms include the luxury of a 24 hour butler service. Since the recent renovations there are new and exciting suites; Park Room Garden View, Park Deluxe Suite and the Lam Son Suite. There are new amenities that have been added to include nespresso coffee maker, mini ipads with extensive list of newspapers and magazines available, smart sensored AC, Bose Bluetooth speakers and Smart TV.
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at the Park Hyatt Saigon and families will enjoy the convenience of the central location and the wonderful swimming pool. There are no specific facilities for children but babysitting can be arranged on request.
There are two restaurants at the Park Hyatt Saigon - Restaurant Opera offers wonderful Italian cuisine overlooking the square in a laid back trattoria-style setting and Square One is a stylish restaurant offering Vietnamese and Western food with five different open kitchens. There is also The Park Lounge and 2 Lam Son bar for drinks. There is a 20 metre outdoor swimming pool in a lovely tropical garden setting, a fully equipped fitness centre, tranquil Xuan Spa with a whole host or rejuvenating and relaxing treatments, steam and Jacuzzi.
The hotel offers cooking classes for guests interested in learning the secrets of the delicious Vietnamese cuisine, from picking the produce in the market through to cooking and sampling a range of native dishes. It is easy to explore the temples, shops, museums and markets of the city either independently or with a guide from here and half day and full day trips out to points of interest such as the Cu Chi Tunnels or Mekong Delta are easily arranged.
Cordelia Nicholls (Staff)
Park Hyatt in Saigon is a great retreat from the busy city. Lovely colonial French design, spacious rooms and great food - you can't go wrong! Large pool area and jungle like gardens in which to relax, perfect after a busy morning in the city.
Jack Mace (Staff)
Having just undergone a major refurb in 2015, the Park Hyatt is looking better than ever before. The work has taken it to another level in Saigon and I can now say it's one of the most tastefully decorated hotels I've ever had the pleasure in staying in. The designers have got the perfect mix of sophistication whilst keeping the underlying traditional values throughout. It has really lightened the whole place up! The staff are unbelievably friendly and professional on equal measure. The rooms are light, bright & airy and the pool area is one of the best in Saigon, a great place to put your feet up after a hard day on them!
Sophie Jones (Staff)
The Park Hyatt has the most amazing pool and relaxation area in the middle of the hotel. I walked in here and felt that I was in a resort not a city hotel surrounded by tropical trees and flowers with the pool surrounded by sun beds and cabanas. It was bliss coming back here after days exploring Saigon.
Sarah Baxter (Staff)
This grand, French colonial style hotel could not be better located in the city. It is situated in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City, right opposite the Opera House. It is a very well designed hotel and offers a luxury retreat in a lively, bustling city, with incredibly helpful staff.
While I was there they were about to do a big renovation on the whole place, maintaining the traditional colonial French style, but making it lighter, brighter and even more luxurious. The mock up bedroom I saw was stunning and will bring a fresh, modern look to the hotel.
This is definitely the hot spot to stay in the city. Notably there is the fashionable martini bar and trendy restaurant Square One offering superbly put together Vietnamese dishes among other things. The swimming pool is the biggest of all the city hotels and the restaurants are arguably some of the best. This is definitely one of my favourite stops offs in the city.
Victoria Douglas (Staff)
Elegant, beautiful and understated luxury at its finest. This is the place to stay when in Saigon!
Everything here is crisp and beautifully presented without being over the top and what was so noticeable here was just how much natural light there is pouring though into the rooms and the public areas. The swimming pool area is a lovely haven to relax after a day of exploring chaotic Saigon. Some of the rooms have a small terrace out onto the pool area and I would highly recommend one of these.
I think the management here have got it right and all the staff look very happy to be working here which creates a lovely atmosphere. Even in the restaurants the chefs are very interactive with guests creating more of an experience for you. Highly recommend.
There’s Christian Louboutin-standard luxury, too. We find it later, when we reach Ho Chi Minh City - which everyone still calls Saigon - at the Park Hyatt, with its five-star service and Micheline-starred restaurant. It’s a city selling French-designed linens, embroidery and fine silk clothes., where Vietnamese contemporary art goes for international prices. Perhaps the city has gone full circle and once again fancies itself to be Paris.
Evi-Elli La Valle (Staff)
The Park Hyatt offers so much more than a typical city hotel, with excellent restaurants, a delightful pool and a spa that seems out of place as just on the other side of the walls are the busy streets teeming with motorbikes. The location of the Park Hyatt could not be better, within easy walking distance of all that Saigon has to offer including the main sights such as the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Opera House as well as the smart international shops. If you are into art, either viewing or collecting then ask the Concierge for their map of local galleries. There is some excellent art to be found in town and they will be able to point you in the right direction of all the best places.
A Morning like a Local Saigonese
Spend the morning exploring the local side of Saigon, winding your way through the alleys, stopping off to sample local snacks, chatting with traders and visiting colourful markets. This is a great introduction to Vietnam's most lively city.
A O Show, Saigon Opera House
Experience the richness of Vietnamese culture in the A O Show using bamboo cirque, acrobatic acts and theatrical visual drama at the historic Saigon Opera House.
Dinner at Former US Ambassador’s Residence in Saigon
If you are looking to experience a slice of history first hand, you cannot beat the home-hosted dinner at the former US Ambassador’s Residence in Saigon, otherwise known as Ho Chi Minh City.
Foodie Walking Tour of Saigon
This morning tour explores Saigon's fragrant street food on foot with a local expert. Explore markets, try authentic Banh Mi, enjoy Vietnamese ice tea and sit down to lunch at a local canteen.
Retracing The Past; Saigon's Wartime History
This half day tour will take you to some of the key sites connected to Saigon's wartime history, including the Reunification Palace, the former residence of 1960s US Ambassador Mr. Henry C. Lodge Jr, and the rooftop of the famous Rex Hotel.
Saigon Food Tour by Vespa
Saigon is one of the most exhilarating cities in Southeast Asia and this immersive tour, on the back of a Vespa, is one of the best ways to enjoy the city and its food.
Tour of Saigon
Our city tour allows you to marvel at Saigon's historical landmarks including the Notre Dame Cathedral. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Central Post Office, designed by the French architect, Gustav Eiffel.
Best of Indochina
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- Experience many of Asia's best UNESCO World Heritage Sites all in one trip, including Angkor Wat and Luang Prabang
- Stay in a variety of fine boutique, historic and luxurious hotels- each town has something to suit everybody.
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- is an all-encompassing tour taking on five countries. Tailor-made to meet your preferences, we handcraft all our holidays to give you an true insight into the cultures, local life and history of each destination with our expert guides and personalised experiences. Whether its your first time in Asia or your fifth, this trip is set to really impress.
- Enjoy a four-night stay winding your way down the magical Mekong river
Highlights of Southern Vietnam and Cambodia
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Location & directions
Situated at Lam Son Square in Ho Chi Minh City centre. Steps from Saigon’s main tourist attractions as well as the exhibition centre and business district in District 1.
How to get there
15-hour international flight (one change) to Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City. Park Hyatt is 30-minutes from the airport.
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