Park Hyatt Saigon confirms its luxury redefinition

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Park Hyatt Saigon confirms its luxury redefinition
A year has now passed from the day when Park Hyatt Saigon first announced in September 2013 its luxury redefinition to transform the hotel, strengthening its positioning as Ho Chi Minh City’s premier address.
The anticipation is finally over. The hotel is proud to announce the new commencement date set in early March 2015.
To accommodate the increase in scope of work that prompted the original postponement of this project, whilst preserving guests’ comfort levels and luxury, Park Hyatt Saigon will now close for a period of approximately 13 weeks, commencing on March 3, 2015.
The projected completion date is currently scheduled for early June of the same year, with the fitting out of the remaining guestrooms continuing until November 2015. The project also focuses on sustainability, with the integration of modern technology to reduce the hotel’s ecological footprint.
Over the past nine years, Park Hyatt Saigon has crafted a reputation for itself as the premium destination in the city by consistently exceeding guests’ expectations, and thus, building a loyal clientele of returning guests.
Whilst still maintaining its french colonial feel, guests will see an increased emphasis on Indochina decoration and the addition of more dramatic elements combined with classical luxuries, such as crystal chandeliers, silver leaf white-paneled walls, lush gardens and an eclectic mix of artisan furniture pieces.
Guestrooms and suites will be redesigned combining traditional comforts with the contemporary. Further enhancements include state-of-the-art technology, redefining the overall guest experience and providing the ideal destination for today’s traveler.
Experience the essence of redefined luxury at Park Hyatt Saigon!
For more information about Park Hyatt Saigon, please visit www.parkhyattsaigon.com or call us at +84 8 3824 1234. The hotel is located at No.2 Lam Son Square, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.

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