The Reverie Saigon Featured In Renowned International Travel Magazine

In a recent article by Travel + Leisure, the Saigon Suite at The Reverie Saigon was listed in the’12 Penthouse Perches to Swoon Over’. The Saigon Suite was listed amongst 11 other hotel suites from around the globe.

Mr. Kai Speth, the General Manager of The Reverie Saigon, had this to say regarding the recent listing by Travel + Leisure, “To have the Saigon Suite featured alongside some of the world’s most luxurious hotels is truly an honor for The Reverie Saigon. The recognition is also a testament to the changing of tourism trends in Saigon and even Vietnam. For international media and luxury travelers alike, the country is transforming into a destination with remarkable and luxurious travel experiences.”

Travel + Leisure describes the Saigon Suite as follows:

The one-of-a kind suite designed by Cassina and Poltrona Frau, two Italian design houses, is an homage to 20th-century design. With stunning views of the sprawling city and the Saigon River, the suite's furnishings include Frank Lloyd Wright wooden barrel chairs, a Le Courbusier lounge chair and a vintage wooden trunk repurposed as a minibar in a sitting room. The nearly 3,000 square foot suite comes with dedicated butler service, something that seems like a pre-requisite among the best accommodations in the world these days, and guests should take time to appreciate the Veliero bookcase in the living room. The nine-foot tall piece with glass shelves that suspend off an inverted v-shaped pillar is so technically advanced it wasn’t produced until ten years ago even though it was designed in the 1940s. Rates from $12,000 a night.

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Travel + Leisure is the preeminent voice for the sophisticated, insatiable traveler, serving up expert intelligence and the most immersive, inspiring travel lifestyle content anywhere.

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Updated: Feb. 20, 2017

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