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 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
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.
When to visit
A meal at Square One is not to be missed. I would recommend getting a table at one of the five show kitchens, for an entertaining experience at this award-wining restaurant.
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.
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