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Hyatt Hotels: Coming to Saigon
12 December 2019 | Written by dtnweb

Hyatt Hotels has confirmed Vietnam will welcome the launch of its first dual-branded Hyatt Place and Hyatt House project in Southeast Asia, following a deal signed between a Hyatt affiliate and Xuan Mai Sai Gon Construction Investment Joint Stock Company. According to a recent statement from Hyatt Hotels Corporation, two brand-new builds will open to the public in 2023: Hyatt Place Saigon, District 7; and Hyatt House Saigon, District 7.

Designed for short-stay holidaymakers and corporate guests, the new the 300-room Hyatt Place will feature a café, bar and lobby lounge, along with three meeting rooms and an outdoor pool and fitness centre. Hyatt House will provide a total of 250 rooms and be geared more towards long-term accommodation, comprising 250 rooms divided into studios and one-bedroom suites.

“Whether guests are looking for short term or extended stay accommodations, the location of Hyatt Place Saigon, District 7 and Hyatt House Saigon, District 7 will put them in the heart of an up-and-coming residential, commercial and entertainment district that is well connected to Ho Chi Minh City’s Central Business District,” says David Udell, group president, Asia-Pacific, Hyatt Hotels.

The new hotels will form part of a mixed-use project veering 13 hectares in the city, named Eco Green Saigon. The development will also include residential units, office space, event space, and a primary school.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation is an American multinational hospitality company that manages and franchises luxury hotels, resorts, and vacation properties in 54 countries worldwide. Hyatt Place hotels are mid-sized hotels catering primarily to families and business travellers. Hyatt House (formerly known as Hyatt Summerfield Suites or Summerfield Suites by Wyndham and Hotel Sierra) properties are extended-stay residential hotels and smaller-to-mid-sized modern hotels in urban and suburban locations.

The company has said it is likely to triple its presence in Vietnam over the next few years.