The Reverie Saigon: A Lavish Taste of Italy in Vietnam

Entering The Reverie Saigon is like stepping into an extravagant Italian palazzo, with its marble-clad lobby, glittering Swarovski crystals chandeliers, and custom-made couture pieces decked out in precious stones.

The Reverie Saigon

Opulent lobby

Large lobby with Baldi watch

Located in the hip and happening District 1, right in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, the hotel brings an unprecedented level of luxury and sophistication to Vietnam’s most exiting metropolis.

Baldi piano

Dressed in a shimmering earthy palette, rooms blend urban sophistication with a touch of glamour, while the generous designer suites are a tribute to Italian artistry and craftsmanship.

Traditional Italian craftsmanship

Designer Suite by Giorgetti

The Designer Suite by Visionnaire

Units vary greatly in style and size, but all swathe guests in exquisite textiles, swank amenities, and expansive panoramic views of the city below. The sumptuous king-sized beds throughout the property wear white Frette linen, and bathrooms – lined in marble and striking tiled mosaic – come with sleek window-side tubs, heated Japanese-style toilets, and luxurious beauty products by the likes of Hermès, Chopard, or Acqua di Parma.

Bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows

Bathtub with TV

Spread across the hotel’s two top floors, the 313-square-meter Reverie Suite is lavishly decorated in classic Italian style, with period-style Provasi furnishings and opulent regal fabrics in rich tones of green, gold, and burgundy. Draped silk curtains and intricate hardwood details add a royal touch to the decor, whereas amenities range from private butler and shoe-shine service to complementary round-trip airport transfers in the limousine of your choice.

Two-floor suite

Room with stunning views over Saigon skyline

Home to four distinct restaurants and a lovely deli, Reverie Saigon is, unquestionably, a foodie paradise. Indulge in home-style Italian cuisine at the stylish Romeo & Juliet (R&J), or embark on a memorable culinary journey through China at The Royal Pavilion, famous for serving some of the most scrumptious dim sum in Vietnam.

The Royal Pavilion

Private dining at Romeo & Juliet

Dinner is an opulent event at Café Cardinal, where decidedly French cuisine is served in atrium inspired surroundings, decorated with Visionnaire leather furnishings and spectacular hand-laid mosaic art installations.

Café Cardinal

For a more casual affair, head to Long@Times Square – a lively eatery featuring a tantalizing trattoria style menu, along with a dazzling selection of 32 lip-smacking gelato flavors and the longest bar in Ho Chi Minh City.

Long@Times Square

Comprising ten private treatment rooms, luxurious beauty/hair salons, as well as individual men’s/ women’s steam & sauna facilities, the two-floor Spa at The Reverie Saigon is a palatial escape from the hustle and bustle of Vietnam’s largest city. Treatments combine ancient Southeast Asian traditions with innovative Western-inspired techniques and luxurious organic products for a memorable wellness experience.

The Spa at The Reverie Saigon

Steam & Sauna

Manicure and pedicure area

Hair salon

A state-of-the-art 120-square-meter fitness center and a fabulous free-form swimming pool overlooking the skyline round out the long list of amenities at this grandiose high-rise retreat in the center of Saigon.

Open-air deck with pool

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