Mövenpick Hotel Saigon offers business and leisure guests all the comfort and convenience of a contemporary five-star hotel.
Having stayed at a couple of Mövenpick hotels in Europe, Mr. Chris Ngo was curious about their presence in Vietnam. The answer came as soon as he stepped inside the Mövenpick Hotel Saigon. The hotel is located in the heart of the city, between the city center and Tan Son Nhat Airport, close to business hubs and historical attractions. The proportions, Mr. Ngo was to learn, are carried throughout the facilities, a refreshing departure from the grandiosity especially prevalent in new hotel design.
And the five-star Mövenpick Hotel Saigon is a new hotel, with 278 well-equipped modern rooms sparkling in natural daylight from floor-to-ceiling windows. Rooms are enhanced with artworks reflecting Vietnamese culture and all are equipped with LCD flat screen TVs with a wide selection of international cable TV channels. A mini-bar, individual safe, and tea and coffee are standard amenities, and wi-fi is available throughout the hotel.
Ranging in size from 30 to 70 square meters, Mövenpick’s rooms come in three sizes that share a chic, uncluttered aesthetic but are otherwise individualized. Situated on the top floor of the hotel, the Grand Executive Suite offers a separate bed and living room area. The room features a bathroom with a full glass panel, a magnifying mirror, and rainforest showers.
The Mövenpick Hotel Saigon has five food and beverage outlets offering a variety of international cuisines: Cafe Saigon, Iki, Lotus Court, Cay Da Café and Slate. The hotel has a several transport options, with Mercedes Benz and Toyota vehicles. It also provides a complimentary shuttle bus to the business district a short ride away.
Mövenpick Hotel Saigon is also a unique venue for successful events, as the hotel has six conference spaces, a pillar-free Grand Ballroom and five meeting rooms with capacity ranging from 6 to 450 guests, including large pre-function areas along with complimentary wi-fi access.
The Kinetic Gym has state of art equipment and is complemented by an outdoor, saltwater swimming pool. The wellness area has three well-appointed treatment rooms with a range of relaxing treatments to choose from.
Secrets of Beauty is located at the entrance to the hotel, with attentive hair stylists and beauty therapists. Comfortable loungers ensure relaxing and trendy manicures and pedicures.
Club 21, a popular e-gaming centre located on the Ground Floor with modern gaming machines, is open 24 hours a day.
After a two-night stay at the Mövenpick Hotel Saigon, Mr. Ngo remarked: “The hotel has a dedicated team of employers, motivated about doing their very best to ensure that guests experience genuine Vietnamese hospitality combined with Swiss efficiency.”
The Mövenpick brand was established in Zurich in 1973 and now has 78 properties in 24 countries, with 16,000 employees, but is focusing on expansion in its core markets of Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.