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{{Infobox building | building_name = Park Hyatt Saigon image = | caption = | location = Saigon, Vietnam | coordinates = {{}} | start_date = | completion_date = | building_type = Hotel | architectural_style = Modernism | antenna_spire = | room_count = 244 | unit_count = | elevator_count = | cost = | architect = Damansara Architects and EDC Design from Malaysia | engineer = | main_contractor = | developer = | owner = | management =

Park Hyatt Saigon was opened in 2005, occupying a prime position overlooking the elegant Opera House, and is within easy reach of the international airport and business district. It is also within walking distance of cultural and historical sites such as the Reunification Palace, the HCMC People’s Committee, the Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon and the Ben Thanh Market.

Designed by Damansara Architects and EDC Design from Malaysia, Park Hyatt Saigon combines the nostalgic feel of the city’s French colonial history with 21st century technology and comfort. The bright ivory-toned building features an elegant and stylish French façade, while the lobby exudes an elegant residential atmosphere, enhanced by an original antique glass ceiling panel, inspired Indochine furniture, teak wooden floors and Oriental rugs. Guests enjoy a wonderful view from the lobby into the Park Lounge, with its high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling louvered French windows, and have access to the ballroom, Opera restaurant and the colonial-style staircase that leads to the mezzanine floor.

The hotel’s 244 guestrooms, including 21 suites, were designed to feel like a Vietnamese residence. Nine Park Deluxe Rooms and a Park Suite have direct pool deck access and private terraces, and all guestrooms feature insulated louvered windows and ceiling fans for a cosy residential feel. Park Hyatt Saigon has a Lounge, a bar and two restaurants – Opera and Square One – both decorated by the well-known Japanese interior design firm, Super Potato, which was commissioned to bring a contemporary accent to each of them. Both restaurants offer dining venues and feature large floor-to-ceiling wine libraries with a wide selection of international wines. 2 Lam Son bar is the newest addition to the Park Hyatt Saigon, stylishly designed by internationally renowned interior design firm Super Potato from Tokyo. 2 Lam Son is the city's latest social venue, designed to appeal to those who live and enjoy a modern lifestyle.

Xuan Spa, which means “spring” in Vietnamese, is located on the third floor and offers seven treatment rooms, each with private showers, changing areas and natural light, as well as one Vichy shower area. Three treatment rooms also include a private terrace overlooking the tropical garden pool area. The spa features award-winning Comfort Zone products from Italy and a hair salon that also offers manicure/pedicure services. The fitness centre covers 120 square metres (397 square feet) and features the latest Life Fitness cardio equipment with personal LCD television screens and headphones. A 20-metre (215 square feet) outdoor swimming pool with water features is located next to a tropical garden.

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  • [www.saigon.park.hyatt.com]

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