The Park Hyatt Saigon, the rebirth of grandeur in Vietnamese life
The coast of Vietnam is a tropical place, where the low Annamite Mountains send countless rivers down from their highlands. The Mekong River wanders around the southern end of the range, through the jungles of Cambodia and into Vietnam, where it forms the rich and verdant Mekong Delta, one of the great rice basins in the world. Most of this rice will find its way to Ho Chi Minh City, where the Saigon River will take the rice and high tonnages of other materials to the ocean and the rest of the world. Located in the heart of the city’s most lively downtown district, the Ben Nge, is the Park Hyatt Saigon, a deluxe hotel with a distinguished name and a well-earned five-star rating, prospering in the setting of a revitalized city.
Ho Chi Minh City is the largest urban area in Vietnam, an economic engine that creates most of the nation’s wealth, and it attracts travelers from all of over the world with its exotic combination of Asian and French Colonial culture, its history of conquest in the 60’s, and its beckoning vitality as a place for investment. With its French Colonial architecture and location across from the Saigon Opera House, the Park Hyatt could be a grand old luxury concourse of Europe. The Hyatt can provide interested guests with dozens of lavish amenities, such as limousine service, personal butler accommodations, a Technology Concierge for event planners, and many other bespoke offerings.