Hotel Des Arts Saigon Mgallery Collection
What We Love
- The rooftop pool bar lets you savor the sights and sounds of Saigon the right way: in the water, with a cocktail in hand
- Dine at the all-day restaurant that serves Vietnamese specialties
- Splurge on a treatment at the spa
What To Know
- Opened in August 2015
- Central location just outside District 1
- Free WiFi
- The buzzy restaurant and bar is on the 23rd floor
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Just outside District 1, Ho Chi Minh City’s central hub, the Hotel des Arts is a stylish newcomer to the city’s luxe hotel scene. The beautiful lobby features birdcage chandeliers, mammoth floor-to-ceiling windows and a soothing cream and jade color scheme. Fuel up for a day of exploring at the breakfast buffet in the Saigon Kitchen, an all-day restaurant that serves Vietnamese specialties. In the afternoon head back to your sleek white guestroom, decked out with dark furnishings and parquet floors. The chunky windows and plentiful mirrors spread the natural light around. Cool off with a dip in the rooftop pool, or splurge on a treatment at the spa, before dinner on the 23rd floor at the Social Club, the hotel’s buzzy restaurant and bar.
In the Area
Two things dominate Ho Chi Minh City: delicious food and motorbikes (it’s estimated that some 6 million scooters cruise the city). Experience both on a Back of the Bike Street Food Tour. Young, talkative locals (who speak excellent English) will strap you to the back of their bikes — which are bright red, so other drivers are sure to see you — and zip through the sea of motorbikes to find some of the city’s best street food (Vietnamese pancakes, grilled pork skewers and crab soup are all on offer). Countless tailors in the city custom-make clothes in just a couple of days; H&D Tailor is reliable for suits and shirts, while Phi Phi is a good bet for dresses. After that, get pampered at My Spa; it’s well known for soothing hot stone massages and attentive service (at bargain basement prices).
How to Get There
Good food, good service, warm space, especially be okie with Birthday cake and Birthday song from Filipino band. Happy birthday to my wife and Thank you to MGallery Team, especially to Mr. Danh.
(Shellgas /Nhien Lieu Xanh Gas)
I had the chance to visit the Hotel de Arts Saigon a couple of weeks ago as part of a group of hospitality professional and really enjoyed the hotel. The staff was welcoming and professional and everyone we came across greeted us with a smile. The rooms and facilities are tastefully decorated and very well appointed, everything was spotless. We ended the visit with a drink on the outside rooftop bar and it was very pleasant at the end of the afternoon when the air gets cooler. The panoramic view on Ho Chi Minh City is fantastic. All in all, I definitely recommend this hotel.
This is not our first time stay at this hotel thus i highly recommend if you prefer full service. Thus is all we want for a holiday. Best services, friendly and helpful staff. A worth for second stay in HCM.
The Hotel is small but still have all service you need, spa, gym, excellent bar and restaurant. The breakfast have everything you want also a healthy option. The staff are very helpful and always with a smile.
We had a thoroughly enjoyable stay at this hotel, upgrading to a suite that was magnificently appointed and spacious with great views over the city. The staff, especially those in the Sky Bar where we had afternoon tea and evening cocktails, were lovely, friendly, very helpful and we engaged in many interesting conversations with them over the course of our stay. This hotel is in an excellent location for the sights of District One - all tourist locations are within easy walking distance. We did not dine at the hotel, but the breakfast is difficult to fault - excellent quality.
The swimming pool was a bit disappointing, however. It's on the roof, which sounds great, but the area around it is very small and there is absolutely no shade, ie no roof cover and none of the recliners have umbrellas. Even for a sun worshipper like me this was just too hot and exposed, so I did not use the pool at all.