It's a great place to retreat to after a day of discovering the tree-lined avenues, coffee shops, street food, and pagodas of the city. The owner's art and antique collection will intrigue those interested in the history. As well as huge picture windows in each room, the rooftop infinity pool that looks out over the city is a great selling point. In the evening, the rooftop bar is a wonderful spot to sip on a cocktail whilst taking in the twinkling lights of Saigon. The hotel also has a French-style cafe and a restaurant with seafood and steaks on the menu. Breakfast is very impressive, with a huge selection of western and traditional options.
In the rooms, you'll find parquet floors, artisan-crafted furniture and gleaming white walls and marble bathrooms. We recommend upgrading to one of the higher-category rooms for as much space as possible and the best views from those floor-to-ceiling windows. The Sky rooms come with additional benefits, including access to the Sky Lounge, where you can enjoy complimentary high tea and evening cocktails.
In a nutshell, Hotel des Arts is ideal for those looking for a boutique hotel experience in the heart of the city. It has character that is often missing in city hotels in Vietnam. The only thing to note is that in the lower category rooms, the bathroom is only separated from the bedroom by a curtain; this might not suitable for visitors who prefer more privacy.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
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