The Reverie Saigon – World Class Architecture Inside the City

Have a look at Vietnam’s leading luxury hotel

After seven years of construction, The Reverie Saigon opened in 2015 and ever since has been a popular luxury destination for travelers to Vietnam. In July, the Reverie Saigon was included in the Top 100 Hotels in the World by Travel + Leisure. “Rooms and common spaces are over the top,” writer John Wogan said in the magazine’s list. This hotel has also been featured several times in magazines such as the Elite Traveler, Harper’s Bazaar and Destinasian.

Featuring Italian architectural design with high-end furniture from premium brands, including Baldi, B&B Italia and Colombostile, every room is a piece of art. The large

floor-to-ceiling windows allow guests to observe the bustling beauty of sleepless Saigon. There are 224 guestrooms, 62 suites and 89 residential suites. Prices for rooms per night range from US$350 while suites start at US$530.

The Reverie Saigon’s amenities include five restaurants. The Spa at The Reverie Saigon on the sixth and seventh floor beckon with pampering treatments.

Address:
Time Square building,
22-36 Nguyen Hue Street and 57-69F Dong Khoi Street,
Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Saigon.
Website: thereveriesaigon.com

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