Set right in the heart of historic Saigon, the colonial-style Park Hyatt has a storied history as a US military base during the war. After a recent renovation, it remains one of the city's grand dames. Gleaming chandeliers and works from local artists hang in the lobby, while rooms and suites are steeped in old-world charm with polished wooden floors, four-poster beds and louvred windows. Some have private terraces with direct access to the large outdoor pool, ensconced by tropical greenery.
The understated Xuan Spa draws inspiration from the verdant, fertile land around the Mekong Delta, and the lively Square One restaurant is one of the city's top tables, serving Vietnamese and French-inspired cuisine from a series of theatrical open kitchens. Opera is a relaxed, trattoria-style restaurant with a splendid terrace boasting views of the Saigon Opera House. In the Park Lounge, afternoon tea morphs into cocktails, or you could join the city slickers at the 2 Lam Son martini bar.
Couples & families
Spa and wellness enthusiasts
THINGS TO DO AT THE HOTEL
Take a refreshing morning swim in the outdoor pool
Retreat to the spa and sample treatments incorporating herbal ingredients from the Mekong
Feast on afternoon tea with French patisserie, or enjoy live music and evening cocktails in the Park Lounge
THINGS TO DO NEARBY
Marvel at the Notre Dame Cathedral and Gustave Eiffel’s Central Post Office
Discover Hi Chi Minh’s intriguing alleys and backstreets with an expert local guide
Buzz through the city by night on a vespa tour
Explore the wealth of art galleries located just steps from the hotel
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