Caravelle Saigon offers 333 deluxe accommodations including deluxe rooms and suites. The hotel is divided into two wings: the Opera Wing – the modern wing where the majority of the rooms are located and the Heritage Wing, which is the original wing where the suites are located. The rooms and suites range from over 400 to 1,500 square feet and have amazing views of the Opera House and the city of Ho Chi Minh.
Caravelle Hotel accommodations offer new furnishing, deluxe linens and the technology to ensure guests have a wonderful experience.
Six distinctive dining options and bars offering world-class cuisine.
flagship restaurant Nineteen, named after our address at 19 Lam Son Square, has grown a reputation in Saigon for its unparalleled seafood buffet and five-star dining experience. The seafood is caught fresh from Vietnam’s waters in the East Sea and off the tropical holiday island of Phu Quoc in the southwest.
But Nineteen isn’t just about the seafood buffet. Everyday there are breakfast and lunch buffets that include the freshest and best quality produce that can be sourced in Vietnam and from abroad, including mouthwatering roasts, ribs, vegetables and salads.
Whether you prefer soup or sushi, pho or pancakes, both Asian and Western options are available for the most discerning eaters to mix things up a bit, all of course, topped off with an indulgent spread of delicious desserts.
Offering Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner menus.
Contemporary corner on the ground floor of the hotel. Great Spot for a quick bite and to pair it with a classic cocktail or a special glass of wine.
Open throughout the day
Cafe de L’Opera is quite possibly in the best location in our city, that’s if you enjoy your views with a dash of history and a slice of modernity all rolled into one.
The cafe is located on the ground floor of the hotel on the corner of historic Dong Khoi Street and Lam Son Square, just metres across from Saigon’s iconic municipal theatre, better known as the Opera House.
During the day, as temperatures soar and the heavens threaten to open, Cafe de L’Opera becomes a refuge for travellers and the like, just as it always has been since the hotel doors opened in the 50s.
Over high-tea, things slow down, friends catch-up, business associates meet and lovers hold hands. By night, things become lively again with tapas, cocktails and wine to the sounds of jazz and the excited chatter of guests enjoying an extended Happy Hour as the city comes alive again.
Open from 7:00 AM to Midnight
A fine-dining restaurant with a cosmopolitan outlook, Reflections’ award-winning team is dedicated to serving creative dishes from around the world to diners in the heart of Saigon.
Guest chef appearances, wine dinners, and workshops are a few of the ways Reflections advances the city’s culinary ambitions. Every two months the restaurant drafts a new menu of specials starring the best seasonal produce sourced from around the globe. While taking inspiration from international cooking styles and techniques, Reflections’ gives an unmistakable nod to its Vietnamese setting, using local, organically grown fruits and vegetables.
Claiming a discreet perspective above one of the city’s most prominent intersections, this third-floor restaurant is a fitting space to reflect on the changing faces of Vietnam. Photographs on the walls pay tribute to Saigon’s heritage, and patrons have a front-row view of the lights of Lam Son Square and the Saigon Opera House. Enhanced by the warm, intuitive service the Caravelle is known for, Reflections aims to create a magical, memorable dining experience every time.
If only these walls could talk. Saigon Saigon Rooftop Bar on the top floor of the hotel is one of the few remaining bars in our rapidly-developing city with such a long and colourful history to tell.
Way before sky bars, craft beer and social media became ‘things’, drinks flowed uninterrupted at Saigon Saigon Rooftop Bar from the very first moment the hotel opened way back in 1959. Not even a war could prevent thirsty politicians, journalists and soldiers from risking a sneaky happy hour beer on the patio and balconies that overlook the city and along one of its most famous and historical streets.
These days, of course, the risks for guests are nowhere near the same and many things have changed. But one thing that hasn’t, is Saigon Saigon Rooftop Bar’s exceptional service and its special places in the heart of our city where modernity and history continue to collide.
Offering light snacks fro 11:00 Am till late in the evening.
Offering light fare and cocktails.
A tranquil 750 sqm sanctuary overlooking the bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, offers a wide variety of high-quality health and wellness therapies, plus beauty treatments.
Equipped with the latest imported machines and is complimentary for all hotel guests.
While visiting Ho Chi Minh City don’t miss the opportunity to visit the famous historical, cultural and architectural sites, including the Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Post Office, as well as sample traditional cuisine during a typical Vietnamese lunch.
Independence Palace, also known as Reunification Palace, built on the site of the former Norodom Palace, is a landmark in Ho Chi Minh City. It was designed by architect Ngô Viết Thụ and was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. It was the site of the end of the Vietnam War during the Fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975, when a North Vietnamese Army tank crashed through its gates.
The Ho Chi Minh City Post Office or the Saigon Central Post Office is a post office in the downtown Ho Chi Minh City, near Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, the city’s cathedral. The building was constructed when Vietnam was part of French Indochina in the late 19th century. It counts with Gothic, Renaissance and French influences. It was constructed between 1886-1891 and is now a tourist attraction.
Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon, officially Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception is a cathedral located in downtown Ho Chi Minh City. It was established by French colonists who initially named it Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Saïgon, the cathedral was constructed between 1863 and 1880. It has two bell towers, reaching a height of 190 feet.
General Manager – Mr. Michael Robinson
Director of Sales & Marketing – Ms. Alexandra Hepworth
Tel: + (84) 28 3823 4999
Hotel website –www.caravellesaigon.com
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