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Enjoy the view this September at Caravelle

When I arrived at Caravelle in 2016, one of the first things I noticed - after all the traffic and wonderfully warm welcome to my new home - was the blue hoarding outside the hotel entrance. Put there ‘temporarily’ as part of the metro works, now, 2 and a half years on, I am finally seeing the beautiful green park that has been hidden from view all this time. Complementing the view from Café de l’Opera why not spend an afternoon or evening gazing into Lam Son Square, taking in the sites of the Opera House and it’s now luscious surroundings?

What better way to enjoy our upgraded view than with a signature G&T or two, mixed right at your table by our talented bartenders. As the worldwide Gin phenomenon hits Saigon, we have worked with our distributors to create our very own Gin trolley, one which is sure to entice even the most selective gin connoisseurs. Whether it be Japanese, Australian or British gin that whets your palette, we have it all paired perfectly with top quality tonics and fresh botanicals to elevate the traditional G&T to the next level. 

For those of you that haven’t visited our third floor restaurant, Reflections, you are in for a treat. Boasting one of Saigon’s top menu’s, Reflections dishes catch the eye of Michelin star chefs and food critics around the world, and this months menu is no different. We offer a la carte choices or for those who can’t decide, try our three or four course tasting menu’s of Chef Darren’s culinary selections. 

Whilst enjoying your meal, we have an extensive wine list and wine pairing options to match each dish, oh, and did I mention the view in the evening over the Opera House and bustling Lam Son Square are a great topic for conversation?


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The names of very few hotels evoke such fond, romantic images, and indeed such anticipation, as Caravelle. Its breezy sound recalls its inspiration: the Iberian caravelas, or as the French called them, caravelles; fast, light 15th-century sailing ships that explored the world in search of foreign trade, adventure and new horizons. And perhaps it’s no coincidence that Air France, which held a stake in the original building, and had its offices there since its opening, had also recently begun operating a fancy new jet airliner of the same name.

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