My last stop during my trip to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam was at the Park Hyatt Saigon. This hotel is well known in the city and often regarded as the city’s best hotel but I will be the judge that! The property is located right in the center of the high-end shopping district. Out of all of the hotels I’ve stayed at in the city, this would have to be the most conveniently located property.
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Walking into the front door of the hotel is quite impressive. The Park Hyatt has an extravagant lobby which is great for meetings as well as having a drink at their bar. After checking in, I headed up to the fifth floor to check out my suite with a pool view.
The suite was spacious and had a traditional design. The living room had a great seating area and I appreciated the bottle of wine and complimentary snacks. It’s always great to see a nice espresso machine as well!
Stepping into the bedroom, the first thing I noticed was the headboard of the bed. The bedding was quite comfortable and just like the living room, the bedroom had a pool view.
I must say I’m really a fan of the styling in the bathroom. White marble everywhere. There was both a shower stall and a large bathtub to get squeaky clean.
The Park Hyatt Saigon offers several high-end facilities including a gym and spa on the third floor. I really enjoyed the changing room, which featured a lively hot tub and steam room.
The gym was large and had two separate rooms. Lots of free weights and high-quality machines could easily be found for your use. The gym has a street view. On the same floor as the gym and spa was there incredible rooftop pool. Lots of vegetation gave this area a very zen feel.
After enjoying the property and its facilities for the first day, it was time to go to sleep and look forward to breakfast the following morning. The breakfast is located on the first floor and has both a la carte as well as buffet options, as you would expect from such a property. I’m always torn on what to order, whether to go with the traditional Vietnamese food, or something more Western. For the first morning, I went for the Vietnamese beef soup. I also enjoyed a few items from the buffet which was quite extensive. The dining room had a great design but was a bit too dark for my tastes.
What you get when you stay at a hotel of this grade is great quality throughout. The staff and the property itself are held to a very high standard. That is definitely where this property excelled would be the look of everything. I would say if you’re looking for high-end service as well as high quality and a luxury feel, I would recommend you to stay at the Park Hyatt in Saigon, Vietnam.
2 công trường Lam Sơn, District 1, Hồ Chí Minh, 700000, Vietnam
Phone: +84 8 3824 1234