Home to premium lifestyle experiences and top international luxury brands

Shaping the future of Vietnam through culture, artistry, and authenticity. Discover the latest in fashion, cuisine, lifestyle, and hospitality here at Union Square.

Located in the heart of Saigon's District 1 and surrounded on four sides by the most well-known avenues in the city, Union Square remains one of the most revered buildings in the growing metro's history.

Union Square has always been an iconic landmark in Vietnam, with its rich history and preserved culture alongside a stunning French colonial architectural façade and beautifully modernised interiors. Now, it is also an experiential lifestyle centre.
Our History
1880s - 1900s
1900s - 1950s
1950s - 1970s
1970s - 2010
2010 - Present
Madame Hermann opens Hôtel and Café De La Musique
New owner, André Pancrazi, commissions construction of 65-room Hôtel des Nations at 70 Boulevard Charner, on the opposite end of the block
Building is demolished to make way for the six-storey Liên Seng; Hôtel des Nations reopens
Renamed Eden Building, central location makes it a popular hangout amongst international press corps, elite politicians, and military officers
Renamed in 2012 as Union Square, the shopping mecca and eatery reopened in 2021, becoming the city’s favourite landmark destination, and home to world-renowned hospitality offer, Mandarin Oriental Saigon


Union Square is a luxury mall that offers a new shopping experience across six curated floors, setting a world-class standard right in the heart of Saigon. Vietnamese and international guests to the mall enjoy a selection of the best international brands, ranging from premium to luxury, each visit is unique.

Also home to delicious cafés and restaurants, Union Square's collection of eateries appeals to a variety of senses. Saigon's first metro line will connect to the shopping mall, providing seamless access for businesspeople, tourists, and locals, alike.