Information pertaining to our club members in light of the COVID-19 pandemic
A privileged location close to the city’s main attractions make the Park Hyatt Saigon a top HQ for sightseeing tours of local landmarks ( The Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral and Ben Thanh Market are only minutes away) but a major part of Vietnam’s history can be found right within these walls. The hotel was once a US military base and DJ Adrian Cronauer - the inspiration behind the Hollywood flick “ Good Morning Vietnam - made his broadcast from there every day… but that’s the past. Time to move on. The recently renovated Park Hyatt Saigon is a modern hotel that’s a playground for the city’s every growing New Money demographic and a discerning international clientèle that’s falling in love with Vietnam all over again. The designs are timeless and capture the essence of colonial era Vietnam like few hotels can. In the rooms, louvered windows, silent ceiling fans and four poster beds set the scene. In the common areas, original paintings from local artists, floor to ceiling windows and glittering chandeliers mark the Park Hyatt Saigon as one of the most storied - and opulent - buildings in the city. At the Italian restaurant Opera, settle down for an Al fresco meal out on the terrace and watch modern Saigon life unfold before your eyes. At the award winning Xuan Spa, experience exotic treatments like the Vietnamese papaya body polish and essential oil massages that’ll wind back the years like nothing else. Kindly note that there will be some works happening in the hotel from June 1st to August 2nd.