INNSiDE by Meliá Saigon Central Opens in Vietnam

Courtesy of Meliá Hotels International

Meliá Hotels International is launching INNSiDE by Meliá Saigon Central, the first hotel operated under the INNSiDE by Meliá brand in Vietnam.

INNSiDE by Meliá Saigon Central is located near one of the city’s oldest markets and is within walking distance to tourism hotspots like The Opera House and Notre Dame Cathedral. It is equipped with 69 rooms and suites in total, along with a host of amenities and services, including an upcoming 24-hour fitness space.

This hotel is made with the “bleisure” traveler in mind, in accordance with Meliá’s rebranding initiative. All INNSiDE by Meliá properties will have open lobby spaces for meetings, along with creative meeting room spaces including a cinema, wellness studio and recording studio. This move specifically targets Millennials who are blurring the line between work and leisure, the company said.


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INNSiDE by Meliá  is the third brand to open in Vietnam following Meliá Hotels & Resorts and Sol by Meliá, Joining the group’s portfolio in Vietnam, this new hotel is the seventh property operating in the region, with five more in the pipeline.

In 2019, Meliá Hotels International will continue expanding into the Asia Pacific region, with 21 properties currently in operation and 22 properties in the pipeline.

In other INNSide by Meliá news, the brand launched INNSiDE Calviá Beach. The property is equipped with 270 guest rooms, along with a rooftop area with restaurants, bars, and transparent floating pools.

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