Reverie Saigon voted excellent hotel for establishing new luxury level in Vietnam

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The lobby at the Reverie Saigon. The lobby at the Reverie Saigon.
The Reverie Saigon, a member of The Leading Hotels of the World in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City’s central business district, has been voted excellent hotel for “Establishing a new level of luxury in Vietnam” in the prestigious annual awards of The Guide, Vietnam's leading tourism and hospitality magazine, published by Vietnam Economic Times.
Presented in a formal ceremony at the GEM Center last Saturday, September 19 2015, The Guide Awards, in cooperation with Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and Vietnam Economic Association, aims to honor the best products and services in Vietnam’s tourism and hospitality sector.
The Guide certificate for the Reverie Saigon
Commenting on the award, Mr. Herbert Laubichler–Pichler, the hotel’s General Manager and Vice President of Operations for WMC Group, said: “We feel honored to be voted for The Guide Award this year. I am very proud of the hard work and dedication of the team at The Reverie Saigon since our soft-opening at the end of 2014. The award is a reflection of the unique experience we provide to our guests through our exquisite interiors, innovative dining and incomparable service. It is a great pleasure to see that the hotel raises the bar on hospitality in Vietnam.”
The Reverie Saigon, which is managed by Windsor Property Management Group Corporation, features 286 luxurious rooms and suites alongside The Reverie Residence, with 89 fully furnished serviced apartments.
With interior designs from world-renowned Italian decorators and Italian-crafted furniture throughout, the hotel offers five food and beverage outlets, a 1,200 square meter spa & fitness center, an extensive outdoor swimming pool, and 16 versatile and elegantly decorated function spaces; all of which are housed in the 164-meter, mixed-use development building Time Square that includes eight stories of prime office space and high-end retail.

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