The survey was of frequent travelers worldwide that make at least 14 trips annually to or within Asia. This is the 14th year the magazine has conducted the survey, which is done without nomination fees or voter inducements.
Kai Speth, Vice President Operations and Business Performance of the WMC Group, which operates The Reverie Saigon, said the award was acknowledgement of the unique experience the hotel presented and its commitment to providing superior service and luxury.
“Opulence and luxury in a hotel must be backed by exquisite service if you are going to create a truly memorable experience. This is what we do here and I believe it is why we have been recognized as one of the best hotels in the region, if not the world,” he said.
The Reverie Saigon offers an astonishing hotel experience, showcasing extravagant European opulence in a storied Asian setting.
The latest luxury addition to the country’s flourishing hotel scene features 286 rooms and suites alongside 89 fully furnished serviced apartments, all of which are among the largest in the city and feature incomparable views of the winding Saigon River and the city skyline.
The property features five distinctive food and beverage outlets, a 1,200-square-meter spa and fitness center, an expansive outdoor swimming pool and 16 versatile and elegantly decorated function spaces.
The hotel and residences are located in the 164-meter tall Times Square building, a mixed-use development, which includes eight storeys of prime office space and the showrooms of some of the high-end Italian furniture brands whose pieces are featured throughout the hotel.