Welcome to Mia Saigon
A private urban sanctuary where space, style and luxury meet. Set on the banks of the tranquil Saigon River in trendy Thu Duc city known for its happening arts scene, chic eateries, and fashionable shopping, Mia Saigon is just minutes from Ho Chi Minh City’s dynamic downtown while feeling like a blessed world away.
Ensconced in dreamy palettes inspired by precious jewels, Mia Saigon’s 35 spacious rooms, 17 lavish suites and 25 meter pool by the river are dedicated to the art of leisure. Prefer to spend the morning in? Order a leisurely, late breakfast served in your room at no extra charge or simply sip an espresso on your private balcony overlooking the serene Saigon River.
The boutique luxury hotel rooms feature signature touches including fine linens, premium amenities, original Vietnamese artwork and furniture and state-of-the-art technology, all while maintaining our commitment to green, environment-friendly services.
Cuisine inspired by
the Past, Present and Future
Dining at Mia Saigon offers a gastronomic journey through time and space for a truly unique culinary experience. Our cozy-chic Kitchen by the River invites guests to experience the joys of eating in a home kitchen and elevated foods from around the world.
A floating dock makes Mia Saigon or Kitchen by the River available to guests cruising the Saigon River who want to escape the sun and current and savour food or drinks.
Our Saigon fine dining venue L’âme – The Dining Room, reinvasions childhood meals through modern cuisine that celebrates Italy’s rich passion for food and vibrant lifestyles.
An oasis for the body and soul, Mia Saigon’s commitment to the art of wellness resonates throughout the hotel. From serving healthy, organic food in our restaurants to creating environmentally friendly spaces, we want to help our guests treat themselves and the planet kindly. The well-equipped gym and secluded spa make tending to your wellness will staying in a luxury hotel a great pleasure.
The Saigon Scene
Home to over 8 million residents, Saigon is divided into 24 districts, each with its own distinct style and character. Most first-time visitors to the city will likely find themselves exploring downtown District 1 with its collection of museums, elegant colonial-era buildings and iconic city landmarks. However, just across the Saigon River, Thu Duc city boasts a unique suburban charm that compliments the five-star luxury hotel.
Favoured by expats and affluent Vietnamese Thu Duc city is no longer “up-and-coming” but is now an epicenter for arts and culture. Within a 10-minute drive of Mia Saigon, you can visit a number of excellent contemporary art spaces and galleries, shop at chic boutiques that feature emerging designers that blend Vietnamese aesthetics with sophisticated global styles, and dine at restaurants and street-side eateries that serve authentic, family-style Vietnamese food as well as refined fine dining venues presided over by Michelin-starred chefs.