In Vietnam, luxury hotels are now held to a higher standard—literally.
In Ho Chi Minh City, the country’s tallest building, Landmark 81, is now home to the brand-new Vinpearl Landmark 81, Autograph Collection.
It is 461 meters (1,512 feet) high and overlooks the Saigon River in Vietnam’s largest city’s eastern section.
The sky-high views are a big draw, which is not surprising.
The property is comprised of 223 rooms and suites. The 68th-floor penthouse suite is the most expensive of the group. The hotel describes it as the largest and highest presidential suite in Vietnam.
The 488-square-meter suite has two marble restrooms, dozing space for up to five individuals as well as a confidential culinary expert and mixologist on demand. There are floor-to-ceiling glass windows in every room, including the suites, so you can get the most out of your surroundings. In the meantime, wagyu beef is used in the ph, the noodle soup that is arguably the most well-known dish in the nation, at the Oriental Pearl restaurant in the hotel.
Traditional Vietnamese coffees and chocolates made in the area can be found at the appropriately titled cafe The Cloud.
The Vinpearl has three venues for events. Each of the three have open air porch regions, and one of them is sufficiently large to drive a vehicle into, as indicated by the inn.
In addition, there is a spa that is called Akoya because it is named after a traditional pearl from Vietnam that represents beauty. Spa treatments like massages and facials are available to guests, as is time spent in the sauna, steam room, or infinity pool.
Goetz Bauer, the general manager of the Vinpearl, said in a statement, “We look forward to elevating the level of hospitality for local and international business and leisure travelers in this vibrant Vietnamese metropolis.”
He continued: We desire to turn into another signal of light on the horizon, cultivating significant associations between our esteemed visitors and the quintessential soul of this convincing city.”
The hotel, the first of Marriott’s Autograph Collection in Vietnam, is located on 34 of the 81 floors of the skyscraper.
The remaining portion of Landmark 81 is made up of both private homes and public attractions. The 81st-floor observation deck and the ice skating rink, movie theater, kids’ play area, and shopping mall are all accessible without leaving the building.
A Vietnamese legend says that a three-year-old boy named Thanh Giong was able to fight off an enemy with just a bundle of bamboo. This inspired the design of the building.
Vinpearl Milestone 81 is situated around 11 km (7 miles) from Tan Child Nhat Worldwide Air terminal, Vietnam’s greatest and most active air terminal.