Opened in September 2015, The Reverie Saigon is luxuriously decked out with bespoke European designer furniture.
Among the decorations are Murano glass chandeliers, an ostrich leather sofa, a 19th-century Bechstein grand piano and a Baldi clock weighing 1000kg.
There are Brazilian-designed wall lamps, reproduction Frank Lloyd Wright Barrel chairs and a Veliero bookcase originally designed in 1940. The designers really had a ball.
From the list of furnishings, it seems the designers were attempting to recreate the opulence of the European salon.
Were they successful? Here’s what the LA Times had to say about the hotel. These photos will give you more of a feel for the hotel’s interiors.
Is The Reverie Saigon large or boutique?
The Reverie Saigon occupies part of the 39-storey Times Square Tower in downtown Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). The hotel has 286 rooms. By Asian standards, it isn’t a large hotel.
Are the rooms plush?
Rooms follow the theme of the lobby and are decked out in Italian silk, mosaic tiles and chandeliers. There are 12 room categories.
There’s a 10-room spa with steam and sauna facilities as well as beauty services. The fitness centre has an outdoor deck with a couple of Jacuzzis and a 24-metre long swimming pool.
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