April has arrived, right on time. While Saigon hums, beeps, and sails along outside the Caravelle, inside our comfy rooms and inviting spaces, harmony reigns. And speaking of harmony, there’s one place where you’ll find it more than anywhere else: Our new evening yoga class.
Now for some people, yoga is simply deep stretching. But for many others, yoga is a lifeline: a lifeline to a calm mind in a stressful week, to extra energy on a trying day, to a youthful outlook at any age. We’ve recently launched one- hour classical yoga classes at our Fitness Centre. They start at 4:45 pm or 6:00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and are led by the engaging Ms. Tuyen who has taught yoga for more than 10 years.
You don’t have to be a yoga practitioner to join these classes or reap their benefits. If you’re interested, visit the Fitness Centre to find out more.
We’ve recently launched one-hour classical yoga classes at our Kara Spa. They start at 6:00pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and are led by the engaging Ms. Tuyen who has taught yoga for more than 10 years.
You don’t have to be a yoga practitioner to join these classes or reap their benefits. If you’re interested, visit Kara Spa to find out more.
Also on the 7th floor, we have an all-new menu of whey protein smoothies available at the Pool Bar and spa reception. Whey offers heaps of value for the body, and helps preserve muscle and support the immune system.
Our bartenders have whipped together several smoothie varieties you’ll love drinking before or after a workout.
One last note for April: It’s officially ‘Taste of Australia’ month in Vietnam, and the Caravelle is teaming up with top suppliers to bring you all that is most delicious from ‘down under’.
We kick off with a gourmet Aussie BBQ on April 2nd at Saigon Saigon, and finish with a menu of tempting Aussie sliders. I confess I have a weakness for a good crisp slider. If you do too, I’ll see you at Café de l’Opera.
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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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