Located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), overlooking the elegant Opera House on Lam Son Square, our hotel is within walking distance of the city’s most popular attractions, from famous landmarks such as Notre Dame Cathedral, the Central Post Office and the Reunification Palace to the boutiques on Dong Khoi street. Discover the cultural and historic areas that await just outside Park Hyatt Saigon.
One of the most popular things to do in Saigon is enjoying Saturday afternoon tea, which offers a sumptuous buffet selection of traditional scones, served with generous portions of homemade jam and cream; decadent classic pastries; fruit tarts; and mini desserts.
Have a relaxing Sunday by waking up a little late and indulging in the authentic Italian flavors of delicious seafood dishes, pasta, roasted meats, and delightful desserts. Plus, enjoy free-flowing, ice-cold Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Brut.
Live DJ performances with a colorful array of music that mixes old school, electro, jazz, R&B, reggae, hip-hop, and more. Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday: 9:30 pm to 12:30 am. Thursday and Friday: 7:00 pm to 12:30 am. Sunday: 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
Park Lounge Piano Performances
For those who love the graceful sound of classical and contemporary piano, Park Lounge is the venue of choice in Ho Chi Minh City. Our resident pianist performs every night from 7:00 pm to 11 pm with a refined playlist that spans different genres to suit all listeners.
Art & Design
Housed in a beautiful French colonial building, Apricot Gallery welcomes visitors to a diverse collection of artwork by renowned artists, from masters to upcoming stars such as Bùi Hữu Hùng, Hoàng Hải Anh, Công Quốc Hà, and many others.
Discover the work of numerous award-winning Vietnamese artists in paint, sculpture, and mixed media at Craig Thomas Gallery, which showcases a range of classic art genres, particularly oil paintings, as well as contemporary work that involves installations or video art.
Founded in 2000 by Vietnamese-American art critic Quỳnh Phạm and Robert Cianchi from Great Britain, this gallery is known internationally for its consistently focused programming that ranges from drawings and paintings to videos and installations.
The largest post office in Vietnam was built by the famous architect Gustave Eiffel. This is a working post office where visitors can buy stamps, books, souvenirs, and collector coin sets. Be sure to check out the hand-painted maps on either side of the post office’s interior walls.
Built at the beginning of 1897 under an original architectural design by French architect Ferret Eugene, the Opera House was restored and renewed in 2005 to celebrate the 407th anniversary of the foundation of Saigon. Visitors here can enjoy singing, music, dancing, and traditional and modern dramas.
Established in 1975, this museum focuses on the war with the United States and is filled with amazing exhibits from that era. A highlight is the “Requiem Photographic Exhibition” of pictures taken by photojournalists who lost their lives during the war. Outside, visitors will find an interesting collection of tanks and captured U.S. fighter planes.
This must-see cathedral was built between October 1877 and April 1880. With the approval of the Vatican, it was named Notre Dame at ceremonies held on December 7 and 8, 1959. Its Neo-Romanesque architecture and two 40-square-meter (431-square-foot) bell towers crown the Paris Commune Square where it is located.
Along , visitors will discover luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Hermes, as well as several shopping centers such as Parkson Plaza and Vincom Center.
Discover an array of familiar luxury items, from appliances to fashion. The top floor has a large entertainment area with video games and a bowling alley, making it a good place to bring the kids for a dose of quarter-plunking entertainment when they tire of touring the busy city.
This modern one-stop destination is a great place to browse for electronics, clothing, and accessories. Visitors can also find Takashimaya and many Japanese brands, which recently opened in the same building. After exploring, enjoy a refreshment at one of the center’s chic coffee and pastry shops, or dine at one of the amazing restaurants located throughout the building.
This park connects the Reunification Palace with Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office. 30-4 Park is the perfect place for a post-shopping walk, with plenty of spots to sit and unwind amid lush greenery.