Hilton, which is one of the 10 most luxury hotel brands in the world, is operating a series of five-star Hilton hotels in Vietnam. Of which, Hilton Saigon will be the first one in HCMC meeting all expectations of enterprises active in the tourism and hotel sectors in Vietnam and the world as a whole.
High-end hotel in terms of position…
When golden land lots in downtown HCMC are counted on the fingers of one hand, the five-star Hilton Saigon Hotel stands out, being located at a prime site.
Located in the area of Cong Truong Me Linh roundabout in District 1, Hilton Saigon, developed by Sai Gon Cuu Long Business Production Investment Corporation, will almost enjoy the quintessence of HCMC. It is within the walking distance to the Saigon Port, Thu Thiem New Urban Area, Ben Thanh Market and Nguyen Hue Walking Street.
… of scale
The five-star hotel project, Hilton Saigon will be the tallest five-star hotel in HCMC.
The hotel project features 312 rooms, gym center, spa, swimming pool and conference room with a capacity of 1,200 people. It is also home to commercial center highlighting the world’s popular brands of fashion, culinary and entertainment which are expected to attract many guests. Hilton Saigon is scheduled to be put into service in the first quarter of 2021.
And of architecture
Besides position, the luxury of five-star hotels in the world is assessed based on their architecture. At Hilton Saigon, the highlight of the project is its high-end façade. According to the façade contractor BM Windows, the façade of Hilton Saigon is of high sophiscation as it will be made of 1,755 modules associated with sun louvers. The low-emissivity insulating glass meeting the United States’ standards will help save energy. Especially, the façade of Hilton Saigon will be capable of resisting blazes and earthquakes of up to 6 on the Richter scale. The roof of the building, which is designed like a crown, and the lighting system, which is being completed by BM Windows, will also make the building more impressive.
With strict criteria of the Hilton brand, the investor has set high requirements for consultants, contractors and suppliers.
Roger Karl Schaerer, project director at BM Windows, said the investor has chosen a local glass and aluminium contractor to execute such a challenging project, proving the rapid development of the local façade sector and the technique and execution ability of Vietnamese enterprises, which can compete with foreign rivals. In addition, domestic contractors with their strengths, including a deep understanding of the local market, a strong connection with partners and local resources, can help the investor maximize the added value of the project.
When in place, Hilton Saigon and other office and hotel buildings which have existed in the Cong Truong Me Linh roundabout for decades will create a spectacular skyline of the city.