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Celebrate Your Valentine's Day in Style and Comfort

Experience Chocolate, Wine, and All Things Divine at the Renaissance Riverside

HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM -- (Marketwire) -- 02/13/13 -- A worldwide celebration of love and romance, Valentine's Day is the perfect opportunity for an escape from the cares of everyday life. To provide that escape, Vietnam's unique and striking Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon is proud to offer a sweet, special offer at its on-site Riverside Café.

From 6PM to 10PM on February 14, 2013, the Renaissance Riverside is offering a free-flowing Valentine's deal that includes wine, sparkling wine, beer, soft drinks, special Valentine's cocktails, and a delectable "Couples Cupcake" for every couple. This libation-filled evening starts at just 1,100,000 VND per person.

Overnight accommodations are also available by contacting the hotel directly at 84-8-3822 0033, or booking last minute Ho Chi Minh City Hotel deals online at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/sgnbr-renaissance-riverside-hotel-saigon/.

Conveniently located in the heart of Saigon's business and entertainment district, Renaissance Riverside, one of the premier Saigon hotels, offers warm hospitality, first-class amenities and panoramic river views. Famous landmarks such as the Reunification Palace and the beautiful Opera House, along with numerous sellers of Vietnamese arts and crafts are within strolling distance of this Ho Chi Minh business hotel's front door.

At this five-star hotel, Saigon guests can pamper themselves in a newly refurbished club room and after a day of meetings or sightseeing. Guests can also take a dip in the hotel's rooftop pool, or relax at this exotic property's sun-soaked poolside terrace. Alternatively, enjoy a drink in the Atrium Lounge, a leisurely dinner at Kabin Chinese Restaurant or Western and Vietnamese culinary delights at Riverside Cafe.

For guests seeking a modern Saigon hotel for an event or meeting, this Ho Chi Minh City hotel's meeting facilities include natural daylight and river views. Discover the magic of this historic Asian city when with a stay at the Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon.

About the Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon
This modern Saigon city center hotel provides spectacular Saigon river views and expansive, panoramic views of Saigon. It features exquisite dining options such as the Riverside Café, Kabin, Atrium, Lobby Lounge, and a rooftop pool and terrace bar. The Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon was also voted one of the top 10 five-star hotels in Vietnam by the Vietnam Tourism Association, and offers nearly 2,400 sq. ft. of beautiful yet flexible meeting and convention space; plus 319 rooms and 17 suites on 21 floors.

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T: 84-8-3822-0033
Name: Piali Bhanot
Website Address: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/sgnbr-renaissance-riverside-hotel-saigon/

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