JAL Hotels Opens Hotel Nikko Saigon

Japan’s JAL Hotels has opened the new Hotel Nikko Saigon, its second property in Vietnam after the Hotel Nikko Hanoi. Part of the mix-use Royal Centre development in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1, the property is located near local attractions including Ben Thanh Market, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Reunification Palace.


334 guestrooms and suites are amongst the most spacious in the city. Each features minimalist design and earthy colours characteristic of the brand’s Japanese heritage, with modern amenities including luxury bedding, marble bathroom, 42-inch flatscreen television, high-speed internet access, voicemail telephones, in-room safe, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities promising a comfortable and pleasant stay. The property also boasts 53 serviced apartments with separate kitchenettes and living areas for long-stay guests.


Dining options at Hotel Nikko Saigon comprise of the all-day dining restaurant, La Brasserie, offering an international and Asian buffet selection, as well as the Ming Court Chinese restaurant. The latter serves classic Cantonese cuisine with a Taiwanese touch paired with one of Vietnam’s most extensive collections of teas and rice wine. For relaxing afternoons, The Lounge is an ideal venue for socializing or informal business meetings over light meals and refreshing beverages.


At 613 square meters, the Origami Grand Ballroom is the second largest venue in the city and is designed to meet the varied requirements of corporate meetings, banquets and social gatherings. The hotel also offers 7 meeting rooms to accommodate smaller events, supported by a fully-equipped business center. For recreation, guests can head to the Ren Spa for signature treatments using organic ingredients, or enjoy a refreshing swim and workout at the outdoor swimming pool and Nikko Fitness Club.


Hotel Nikko Saigon joins Nikko Hotels International’s Asian portfolio outside of Japan, which includes hotels and resorts in Bali, Beijing, Dalian, Guam, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Palau, Qingshan, Shanghai, Taipei, Tianjin, Wuxi and Xiamen. The brand is also developing 2 new hotels in the Chinese cities of Suzhou and Guangzhou.


For more information, visit www.jalhotels.com.

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