Review: The Reverie Saigon


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The Reverie Saigon in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, is a flamboyant, unconventional, sparkling hotel.


The hotel is located in the 39-storey Times Square building in the center of District One, Ho Chi Minh City’s business and tourist center.

Style & Character

The Reverie Saigon invokes dreamy contemplation of palaces and chateaus, and the public spaces dazzle. Furnishings have aristocratic designs, and fine linens and walls are textured with Italian silk. 

Serene views over the Saigon River are overrun by this Italian extravagance, and fine Italian decorators have individually appointed each of the rooms and suites. The interiors are like marmite, but love them or hate them, it is worth taking a trip to Saigon to take a look.

Service & Facilities

The Spa spans 1,200 m² on two floors, with ten treatment rooms, a beauty salon, and luxurious designs. The hotel also has a 120 m² gym and a 24-meter pool.

Food & Drink

There are three restaurants, The Royal Pavilion (Chinese), R&J (Italian), and Café Cardinal (French), and The Long @ Times Square is a ground-floor café with a 48-meter bar counter that vaults the distance between Dong Khoi Street and Nguyen Hue Boulevard.


The Reverie Saigon has set a  glorious stage. The blend of colors may well make your eyes water and your brain hurt, but in a world where homogeneity seems encouraged, it is uplifting to find an outlandish hotel that makes you go “wow.”

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