As Ho Chi Minh City’s first international serviced apartment and office complex, The Landmark has been setting standards of excellence in service and management since its opening in 1994.
Managed by Peninsula Properties, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited, the 16-storey mixed-use complex offers a combination of elegant, high quality residences and workspaces in the heart of the city’s commercial district, overlooking the Saigon River. At The Landmark, we provide a truly personalised experience and endeavour to make all our guests feel at home.
Within reach of popular shopping and dining areas, The Landmark’s serviced apartments are ideal for a range of guest needs, from solo travellers to families. We offer studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments as well as office space totalling over 10,000 square metres. A dedicated 24-hour reception is available at your service to fulfil requests at any time.
The Landmark Health Club features a well-equipped gym, a rooftop swimming pool and deck, multiple saunas, a yoga studio, the city’s only squash court, and Rock Out – the city’s only rooftop rock-climbing facility.
As one of Ho Chi Minh City’s most prestigious properties, we aim to delight our guests with personalised service and we hope to welcome generations of guests for years to come.
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Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Programs
As part of a wider commitment to our community, The Landmark is proud to partner with a charitable organization each year, providing financial aid and supportive action to those in need. Our staff frequently volunteer in development projects, and we often welcome the participation of our residents and office tenants in these activities.
Supported Dieu Giac Pagoda (D2-HCMC), Dieu Phap Pagoda (Dong Nai Province) with cleaning, hair cutting, cooking, repairing activities, etc.
Collaborated with Heartbeat Vietnam (Vinacapital) to support children in heart surgery. We successfully supported 14 cases (USD1,000/case).
Collaborated with Christina Noble’s Children Foundation (D3 – HCMC) to support Girls Home (D10 – HCMC) with many helpful activities: Understanding Hospitality at The Landmark, Fire and Safety Training, Junior Exciting Race, etc. Total actual expense from The Landmark CRS fund in 2016 is VND47.260.051.
Collaborated with Ma Da Secondary School and the Chairman of Hamlet 4 – Vinh Cuu District, Dong Nai Province to support students and community in Floating Village by these activities: giving scholarship/rice/fishing nets/sport uniforms/solar panels, repairing furniture at Ma Da Kinder Garden, creating a Summer Festival for 100+ students etc. Total actual expense from The Landmark CRS fund in 2017 is VND64.212.701.
Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Activities in 2018
This year, we’ve partnered with the Eye Care Foundation (ECF), a non-profit based in the Netherlands whose mission is to improve eye care quality services around the world. We’re working closely with the ECF’s Vietnamese division to provide cataract operations to the elderly living in the Mekong Delta and have been able to cover the expenses of 24 operations from January to May 2018. As well as this, we support the Eye Care Festival where underprivileged students and teachers from around the region are invited to take part in games relating to eye care, enjoy free eye screening and free glasses if necessary.