This beautiful hanging garden, babylon-esque towering hotel is waiting for you to slip into a seamless blend of history and modern comfort.
As you walk through the doors of The Myst Dong Khoi, you enter another time. One where jasmine-scented air cools your skin and genuine smiles make you feel at home. Hushed modern spaces provide a calm retreat, a welcome oasis in the heart of the city. Xin chào, you hear – welcome. Each space at this property mixes contemporary design with rich history – an ode to Saigon then and now. A city of memories, Of subtle murmurs and gentle hums; Find a slower, calmer rhythm of life In faded rituals and familiar charms. Every space at The Myst flaunts unique beauty. Stained-glass details, wrought iron roses and objects from Ba Son shipyard, true relics of Saigon. Here, you feel the heartbeat of this charismatic city – the scents, the scenes, the sounds and the tastes. Immerse yourself in authentic local life and discover the lush essence of Saigon’s soul.
The Myst inspires a sense of nostalgic intrigue, weaving history into modernity, a new expression of Saigon. Their rooms tell a historic tale through art, crafts, relics and artefacts, while the service offers true Saigonese warmth – intuitive, personal and kind. Peaceful, calm and warmly familiar, The Myst envelops you in the luxury of carefully crafted spaces, of relaxed indulgence and familiar charms.
The Myst inhabits tree-lined Ho Huan Nghiep Street, near the mighty waters of the Song Saigon, and is mere steps away from famous Dong Khoi Street. From here one can meander along the riverfront, or head to the Opera House, Notre-Dame cathedral or the Reunification Palace. Heed the call of Nguyen Hue Walking Street with its bevy of bars and boutiques. Venture into Ho Chi Minh City’s various districts to experience all of the contrasts Vietnam possesses. Colonial architecture and verdant avenues, the hustle of peak hour traffic and the bustle of Ben Thanh Market. See the rich red hues of Chinatown and the verdant greens of towering dau trees. Or just search the city’s sidewalks, through the calls of street vendors, the whiz of bikes and the welcoming waft of coffee.