Tucked away on the hotel's 3rd floor adjoining Reflections Restaurant, Martini Bar is a hidden gem for those looking for a relaxed afternoon and evening drink after work or exploring the city. The space was the home to the CBS news bureau during the 1960's and the walls are adorned with images of the past for all to take in.
Not surprisingly, Martinis with various combinations of premium spirits and other fresh flavours will figure prominently in the drink menu and our team will ensure your favourites are available.
4:00pm – 9:00pm: 50% off the total beverage bill excluding champagne, full bottles of wine and spirits
3rd Floor. 16:00 - 23:00
For more information, please contact 0906900523 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Karnow is a National Geographic photographer (based in San Francisco) and has been shooting in Vietnam since 1990. After twenty-five years photographing this country, Vietnam has become her defining body of work, with iconic and soulful photographs gracing the publications of Smithsonian, National Geographic, the book Passage to Vietnam, the Ford Foundation and others.
A dark yet hopeful 1990 gave way to the mid-nineties and a country buzzing with the excitement of a promising future. Twenty years later, changing the face of Vietnam are the returning Viet Kieu, who are bringing a whole new kind of energy. The images also remind us of the legacies of the U.S. War, both sad and also uplifting.
There are moving, tender images as well as beautiful stories of healing and forgiveness with the extraordinary humanitarian work done by American veterans in the country where they once fought. The images also show her unique story of a 20-year friendship with General Vo Nguyen Giap and his family.
A selection of Catherine Karnow’s work is now part of the hotel art collection and available for public viewing at the Martini Bar from 16:00 to 23:00 daily.