The new-build hotel is located in the centre of the city and has been designed in a French Indochinese style, with a focus on art.
“Hotel de Arts Saigon provides guests with a uniquely modern twist on Saigon,” said Patrick Basset, AccorHotels’ chief operating officer for Upper Southeast & Northeast Asia. “We’re proud that it’s the fifth MGallery in Vietnam and the fifth AccorHotels property in Ho Chi Minh City.”
Hotel de Arts Saigon offers 168 rooms and suites, all with free Wi-Fi. There are four F&B outlets, including the 23rd floor Social Club which was designed by Super Potato, plus the Saigon Kitchen which serves “street food-inspired” dishes from open kitchens, and Café des Beaux-Arts, an art-focused cafe which is directly accessible from the street. The hotel will also host regular art exhibitions in its ground floor space, the Art Room.
Other facilities include a spa, fitness centre, a rooftop infinity-edged pool and two function rooms. In addition, a new glass-bottomed sky bridge has opened connecting the top floor of the hotel with the neighbouring Centec Tower.
“At every turn, guests are immersed in the romance and elegance of a bygone era, while maintaining comforts and amenities that are exquisitely modern,” said Julie Anne-Marie Bruley, general manager of Hotel des Arts Saigon. “Our staff is key to creating an authentic, refined experience, with a bespoke approach that integrates the most extraordinary aspects of ‘East meets West’ hospitality.”