Hanoi, the charming capital of Vietnam has a lot to offer: from shimmering lakes, majestic pagodas to friendly locals, tasty street foods and last but not least, luxury hotels. Let us introduce these 5 Hanoi luxury hotels that will amaze you with its finest hospitality service.
Considered by many travelers as the best hotel in the city, this 113 year-old property is truly an exotic oasis in the middle of the hustle and bustle center of Hanoi. Located just a few minutes of walk from Hoan Kiem Lake, the hotel can satisfy the most fastidious guests.
With the combination of the historic Metropole Wing and the contemporary Opera Wing, Sofitel Metropole Hanoi provides 364 spacious rooms, all fully equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Make sure to experience the gastronomic “Le Beaulieu” restaurant because you won’t find any better French dining place in Vietnam. Have a unique “Pho” cocktail at the Bamboo Bar while overlooking the pool. Having welcomed the great Charles Chaplin and the former President of France, Jacques Chirac, the Metropole is setting the standard for top-notch hospitality service in Hanoi.
Not too far from the Metropole is the Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi, a member of the luxury boutique hotels collection by Accor. Each of the 107 rooms is carefully decorated with silk and wood elements, along with an odd but unique selection of colors.While having a Vietnamese lunch, you will be astonished by the beautiful atrium inside the hotel. Spend your afternoon at the outside pool right above the famous Trang Tien Street before having dinner at the Mediterranean-themed “Café Lautrec”. The Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi is a more affordable alternate to the luxurious Sofitel Metropole Hanoi, plus, you will not find a better boutique hotel in the city. Both hotels are featured in our Vietnam Luxury Tours.
More like a resort rather than an urban hotel, the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake is the first floating hotel in the city. Right above the water of the fabulous Westlake, a total of 377 graciously appointed rooms and suites feature contemporary local design, large bathtub and private balcony.
Don’t be afraid of having to walk across the hotel to your room because the tuk tuks are always ready for service. Dining options at hotels are abundant. While the “Milan” restaurant and “Café du Lac” restaurant offers an authentic Italian and French menu respectively, “Saigon” restaurant bring you all the freshest and finest of Vietnamese cuisine. Having an afternoon tea with your friends and colleagues at “Diplomat Lounge” is quite relaxing but perhaps the most memorable moments you will have during your stay at the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake is spending your afternoon with your beloved ones and enjoying the magnificent sunset over the lake at the “Sunset Bar”. Days or nights, summer or winter, it is always a good time to visit and stay at the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake. We would highly recommend it for couples and families.
Not too far from the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake is the Sofitel Plaza Hanoi. Featuring one of the best views in Hanoi on the “Summit Lounge”, you will be inspired by the spectacular panoramic picture of the Truc Bach Lake, Westlake and the Red River. If you are a fan of Chinese cuisine, you will certainly savor your dinner at the “Ming Restaurant”. All 273 rooms and suites are designed with elegant furnishings and some delicate Vietnamese touches. The hotel also features a soothing and a well-equipped fitness center, along with expert golf recommendations.
One of the latest members of the Hanoi luxury hotels collection, the JW Marriott Hanoi officially began to welcome guests since November 6th 2013. Located in the future business and administrative center of Hanoi, the hotel design resembles “The Legendary Dragon” next to the long seashore. The hotel was recently awarded “The Best New Hotel Construction and Design” in the Asia-Pacific region at the 2014 International Property Awards.
Inherited the latest hospitality technologies and facilities from Marriott International, the hotel offers 395 rooms, 55 suites, a Presidential and a Chairman’s Suite. Come and dine at the “French Grill”, the No.1 restaurant in Hanoi (according to TripAdvisor ranking, September 2014). After spending a day exploring through the busy streets of Hanoi, treat yourself well with a memorable dinner at the best fine dining restaurant and a good sleep on the most comfortable bed. That is exactly what these 5 Hanoi luxury hotels is able to offer.