Hotels & Resorts


One of Saigon’s Grande Dames Celebrates Its Fifth Anniversary

The Reverie Saigon has represented the height of glamour in the Vietnamese city since 2015.

Dec 8, 2020

WHEN THE REVERIE SAIGON FIRST OPENED ITS DOORS IN 2015, it set a new standard of unparalleled luxury in the bustling metropolis. From the glittering decor and custom objets d’art, the stately grande dame exudes opulence with an Italian accent. Five years later, it remains the toast of the town. 

To celebrate, this September, the hotel launched the Quintessential Reverie Experience, a truly extravagant stay for the sophisticated, urbane traveler. Guests who book a stay in either the Saigon Suite or The Reverie Suite, the stateliest accommodations in the city, will receive a complimentary two-hour sunset cruise down the majestic Saigon River on The Reverie, the hotel’s private 60-foot Monte Carlo 6.

Since The Reverie Saigon is no ordinary hotel, it should come as no surprise that The Reverie is no ordinary yacht. Renowned Italian yacht designers Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard lent their signature touch to the design, while Pierangelo Andreani fashioned the plush interiors decked out in teak wood and rich leatherwork. The 32-ton yacht is spacious enough for 10 guests to chat comfortably on the deck, yet intimate enough for exclusive excursions down tributaries to lush mangroves and picturesque local villages. Passengers can dine al fresco on the deck and enjoy the creations of a private chef.

During this dreamy sunset cruise, guests aboard The Reverie can toast one another with champagne while nibbling on gourmet canapés and enjoying private butler service. It is truly an iconic way to experience this beguiling city and its abundant charms.


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