The Reverie Saigon Launches the “Suite Dreams” Package

The Reverie Saigon

As demand increases for residential-style accommodations, The Reverie Saigon is repositioning eight floors of The Reverie Residence’s luxury serviced apartments as alternatives for leisure and business travelers.

Where the apartments used to require a minimum three-night stay, The Reverie Residence is now opening the door to travelers who might seek just a single night of accommodations in a home-style suite.

To mark this new opportunity, the property has rolled out a “Suite Dreams” package that unlocks a one-bedroom apartment and comes with a daily credit of approximately $250 to spend on airport transfers, butler service, spa treatments, meals, laundry or access to the hotel’s lounge.

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For business travelers, the hotel imagines guests taking advantage of the entirely separate living and dining areas as alternative spaces in which to entertain clients and host meetings in the privacy of their “home away from home” — its butler-manned kitchen on call for refreshments and the culinary talents of professional chefs being an elevator ride away.

For leisure travelers, the hotel is catering to the increase of locals wanting to splurge on weekend stays in the city for special occasions, as well as those who simply want an elevated accommodation experience as opposed to the basic fare and limited service offered by standard long-term stay properties.

Like the hotel itself, the home-style suites of The Reverie Residence are a culmination of a collaboration with several Italian design houses. Interiors vary from contemporary to classic, with design touches such as handmade porcelain chandeliers by the 70-year-old Florentine company Le Porcellane, as well as furnishings by the likes of Cassina, Medea and Grifoni.

In addition, each apartment’s fully equipped kitchens are designed by Italian kitchen manufacturer Snaidero, known for its collaboration with Pininfarina on the design of a Ferrari-inspired kitchen.

Guests of The Reverie Residence also enjoy a separate entrance, lobby and lifts, 24-hour guest service, use of the Residence Lounge – which is furnished by Giorgetti and includes a private gym – and access to the hotel’s swimming pool as well as all of its restaurants & bars.

Rates for the ‘Suite Dreams’ package start at approximately $550 for a one-bedroom residential-style suite — with near half of this value being returned to guests in the form of an approximately $250 daily credit (single or double occupancy).

The in-house credit can be used on a number of services, including:

  • Airport transfers in guests’ choice of luxury house cars, which includes a limited-edition Rolls-Royce Phantom Dragon, a Bentley, a Mercedes-Benz S-Class, a BMW 7 Series and several Mercedes-Benz E-Class
  • Access to The Reverie Lounge – daily afternoon tea and cocktails & canapes
  • Meals at any of The Reverie Saigon’s restaurants & bars
  • Spa or beauty treatments at the spa
  • Dry-cleaning & laundry
  • Butler service

 “Suite Dreams” is available for stays through February 28, 2019.

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