Welcome to INNSiDE by Meliá Saigon Central, the first hotel operated under the INNSiDE by Meliá brand in Vietnam, introducing a chic urban lifestyle to the region.
With the brand’s evolving philosophy of “Stay Curious” and its undertaking to sustainability, the contemporary INNSiDE by Meliá brand is specifically designed for modern “bleisure” travellers, with thoughtful touches, flexible services, wellness facilities and cultural activities to blend their professional and personal lives seamlessly, as they seek to meet, unwind and be inspired.
Nestled in District 1, the soul of Ho Chi Minh City, the hotel is surrounded by rich local culture and prominent streets, and is within walking distance of key historic attractions, such as The Opera House and Notre Dame Cathedral.
The hotel is pitched as the “go-to lifestyle hotel” for those who are seeking the freedom and flexibility to seamlessly switch from work to leisure.
The concept of ‘bleisure’, the practice of combining business travel and leisure travel into one trip, is a marketeer’s dream.
Hotels can offer all manner of incentives for business guests to stay a few extra days, providing they are located in areas of interest.
Saigon Central lends itself perfectly to this and the hotel has worked hard to ensure that its amenities and facilities are geared accordingly.
According to their marketing it is “the holistic lifestyle hotel that connects business and leisure with its contemporary design and smart amenities”.
The hotel boasts 69 modern and comfortable rooms and suites, strong environmental credentials (essential for today’s Millennials) and a 24-hour fitness space, for those who seek a well-balanced lifestyle.
Yoga lessons, among other activities, are available for guests around the clock.
For the remainder of 2019 and 2020, Meliá Hotels International (MHI) will continue a robust expansion in the Asia Pacific region, with 21 properties currently in operation and 22 properties in the pipeline.
And in the UK INNSiDE hotels will be opening in Newcastle and Liverpool.
The Group has committed to becoming a global leader in sustainability, pledging to remove all single-use plastics from all properties and making sustainable tourism a key focus for the Group.
By 2020, the Company aims to reduce water use per stay by 8% and to achieve 70% overall green energy use.
MHI will look to achieve sustainability certification for 52% of its hotels, generalise sustainability clauses and codes in agreements and relationships with suppliers, ensure 90% of suppliers are local, and reduce CO2 emissions by 18.4% per stay.