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I still dream about the Park Hyatt Saigon
If you're going to spend about than $150-$200 a night in Saigon, why stay anywhere else?!
I am a frequent business traveler and was on my honeymoon in Vietnam. Saigon was the last leg of our trip. We had actually spent one night at the Park Hyatt en route to Cambodia when we first landed in SE Asia. And we were supposed to stay at the Rex during our stay in Saigon. The Rex was so bad, the lure of the Park Hyatt so strong that we actually forfitted the money we had already paid to the travel agency for the Rex, and moved back ot the Park Hyatt.
Don't miss the Vietnamese restaurant. AH-MAZING! The western restaurant was also excellent, but the Vietnamese meal we had was truly special.
The spa was totally overpriced. I would recommend exploring your options elsewhere prior to booking a massage at the Park Hyatt. I'm sure you can get treatements of the same quality for a lot less.
While this hotel doesn't have the charm of some of the older hotels, it smells new, has an understated but clearly present luxury, and sets a new benchmark for hotels in SE Asia.
In a league of its own!
We treated ourselves to one night at The Hyatt on our last night in Vietnam and it was really worth it. From the moment we arrived we received excellent service - check in was done by the receptionist in comfort in our room and the bags appeared effortlessly at our door when the receptionist had finished. We'd been travelling for 2 weeks and my husband's case had been damaged - the bell boy offered to take it away and fix it! We then had a butler knock at the door to let us know he was the floor butler and if we needed anything, we only had to ask. Nothing was too much trouble! The location is great - easy walking distance to lots of good restaurants and shops, right in front of The Opera House and a short walk to Notre Dame Cathedral, The Rex Hotel, The Post Office and other sights. The pool is an oasis to return to after a busy day sightseeing - there are plenty of comfortable sunbeds and the pool is set in a large, green area at the back of the hotel away from all the street noise, in the sun all day. The bathrooms are large with a great 'rain' shower and all the ameneties are beautifully presented. We would definitely stay here again - you really feel as if they're pleased to have you rather than you're doing them a favour to be there!
This is a fantastic hotel. The staff are charming and very efficient, the interior stylish, the food to die for (especially breakfast), the rooms tasteful and it is well situated. All in all one gets the impression that everyone at the hotel wants to help. If going to Saigon again I would not consisder anywhere else.
Impeccable... oasis in Saigon!
So it's the Park Hyatt -- would you expect any less? Not only is it a gorgeous hotel with elegant service, It's a steal of a price for a Park Hyatt (we paid $144) and it's certainly priced lower than the other hotels in the area (Sheraton etc).
The hotel has a graceful lobby with beautiful Vietnamese artwork, and you definitely see the manager out and about ensuring guests are well tended to. The concierge was fabulous, booking and delivering our airplane tickets, calling our hotels in other cities to confirm bookings and even tracking down various sources to locate the best international phone cards for us.
The rooms were heavenly - a mix of tasteful colonial furniture in dark wood (a huge 4-post bed!) and modern luxury. The white marble-encased bathroom was sprawling with a rainshower and tub ... the toiletries are decadent too.
It's also an extremely central location - we walked everywhere: Reunification Palace, Ben Thanh market etc.
PS: Try the spa as well!! You won't regret paying in the $30 range for luxurious body wrap or massages in their serene treatment rooms. (They apply 20% discount from 11am-3pm) .
Wonderful Saigon Hotel
Very central and such a lovely hotel. Done in the fashion of the Mandarin in Bangkok. Cannot say enough good things. Service was excellent.
We stayed at the Park Hyatt Saigon from 25-27 March 2006 and absolutely enjoyed every minute of our short stay. The feeling one gets upon entering the superbly-located hotel is like you were invited to the very plush home of a dear friend. The hotel is small enough for the staff to treat you with utmost warmth and graciousness. We stayed in the hotel's standard Park Deluxe King room and although a bit small in size, the decor made up for this shortcoming. The bathroom layout is superb and one can only hope that other hotels with rooms of this size can manage to be inspired by the room design/layout of Park Hyatt Saigon. The Opera restaurant were breakfast is served is fabulous, the fitness center well-equipped and the pool a welcomed retreat from the heat of downtown Saigon. The public areas of the hotel are furnished elegantly against a backdrop of soothing color schemes. This is perhaps the greatest hotel in Saigon for the moment.
The rooms are very nicely and tastefully furnished and are not your general generic hotelroom. The bed was very comfortable. The bathroom area was nicely done and original (with different types of shower-heads). The pool-area is very nice and comfortable and they bring around fruit-sticks and cooling face-sprays, which adds a nice touch. The breakfast (served in the Opera-restaurant, which is very nicely decorated) is excellent. The staff were all very friendly and helpful and the location is very central, right near the Operahouse, with lots of shopping and toursit attractions within walking distance. Have a cocktail at the trendy Q-bar under the operahouse: makes for good people watching! Also at $160 a night we found it to be an excellent deal. We very much regretted not staying here when we flew into Saigon, but only on our last night in the country.
I love the park hyatt chain and thought i would never be disapointed....but it happened, the rooms in this hotel do not have double pane glass (heavy single pane is used which transmits noise)and so the noise of the street comes into the rooms...and this is a noisy street. If an inwardly facing courtyard room is chosen you get the pool party noise at night...so forget about going to bed at eight.
I would be remiss in pointing out that the staff at the hotel is the best I have ever encountered ranging from the general manager who prowls around making sure all is well to the receptionist and the wait people. This is truely run like a top of the line hotel
Furthermore the two restaurants there ie the opera and the square one rank among the best restaurants I have eaten in nyc or sf. They are also visually beautiful..so even if you dont eat there ...take a look at them
The rooms at the caravelle are much quieter. It is across the street. Stay there and eat at the Hyatt. This would be the best of both worlds.
Lovely hotel in HCM
The Park Hyatt is a lovely hotel right in the heart of HCM. You can eat breakfast on the pavement overlooking the main square and watch the fascinating world go by. The quality of the food at breakfast was excellent and the restaurant was stylish. Service was very attentive although a little inexperienced. The lobby and bars in the hotel were very attractive. The room (a suite) was very spacious and extremely good value. There was a complimentary bottle of wine, fruit and biscuits plus plenty of magazines and other nice little touches. I didn't get a chance to use the pool but it looked good. A lovely hotel in a very interesting and frenetic city.
Brilliance in the Heart of Saigon
I think its important to give a background on the writer of any review; so let me say that I am one of the most discerning travelers in the world. I was quite impressed by the Park Hyatt Saigon--an amazing hotel for this city. I don't know how they pulled it off. Service was above par for Vietnam, the spa was incredibly cheap and the service, barring a few minor details, oustanding. Restaurants were undeniably outstanding for lunch and dinner, though breakfast could have been a little better. After visiting Saigon several times, I would not stay anywhere else in the city.
This hotel maintains a definite Vietnamese feeling without pushing the very American "hyatt" touch at all. We loved our stay and will return many many times over. I could not have been happier with the rates, service and superior quality that I experienced during this stay. Very very impressed.