Most luxurious hotels in Hanoi

25/02/2019   1.140  5/5 trong 1 rates 
Most luxurious hotels in Hanoi
Hanoi is a big city filled with all types of accomodation, from simple yet elegant homestays to fancy 5-star hotels. If you are looking for the most luxurious ones in the capital of Vietnam, check out what this article offers.

 
  • Intercontinental Ha Noi Westlake

    Intercontinental Ha Noi WestlakeIntercontinental Ha Noi Westlake

    The InterContinental Hanoi Westlake is located next to the peaceful waters of the largest lake in the city. It is adjacent to the famous 800-year-old Golden Lotus (Kim Lien) Pagoda – perfect for Instagram shots – and it is situated just minutes away from the Old Quarter.

    With the combined comforts of the ever-tranquil West Lake, spacious accommodation, luxurious facilities, and warm Vietnamese hospitality, guests will discover that the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake is the perfect place to stay, whether traveling for business or leisure. Staying here will turn a visit to the City of Peace into an unforgettable experience.

    Address: 5 Tu Hoa street, Tay Ho district, Hanoi

  • Apricot Hotel

    Apricot HotelApricot Hotel

    Located at the historic Hang Trong Street, Apricot Hotel is set in a prime spot for travellers to explore the quintessence of Vietnamese art and culture. Shrouded in neo-classical designs blended with artistic Vietnamese touches, Apricot’s 123 elegant rooms exude luxury in an inviting and intimate atmosphere.

    In addition to the hotel’s 5-star service, guests can enjoy a cozy breakfast at L’Artiste Restaurant, indulge in a luxurious dinner at Palette Restaurant, be immersed in the delicious afternoon tea at A’telier Lounge, relax at the peaceful Spa L’Art, swim in the Rooftop Pool or sip on a cocktail while adoring a sweeping view of the historic Hoan Kiem Lake at Rooftop Bar One36.

    Address: 136 Hang Trong Street, Hoan Kiem District

  • Ha Noi La Siesta

    Ha Noi La SiestaHa Noi La Siesta

    Using neutral colours and hues, an Asian-inspired interior with colonial touches creates a sense of harmony and balance. Warm lighting and elegant furnishings give off a calm and a tranquil ambiance.

    The hotel is located at central Old Quarter along Ma May Street – a road that is loaded with history. Centuries ago artisans along the southern half of the street sold paper-based products for worship, while the northern end specialized in hemp-based handicrafts.

    Add: 94 Ma May St., Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam.

  • Hanoi Marvellous Hotel & Spa

    Hanoi Marvellous Hotel & SpaHanoi Marvellous Hotel & Spa

    Hanoi Marvellous Hotel & Spa has 50 rooms – all are equipped with a private balcony and fitted wooden flooring. In addition, this hotel also provides guests with complimentary internet access, babysitting services, airport shuttles, and they also have their own money changer for absolute convenience. Grab a refreshing drink at the bar,or if you truly want to indulge, book a session at the hotel’s spa centre.

    In addition to all the great amenities, Hanoi Marvellous Hotel & Spa serves up a full range of Asian, European, and traditional Vietnamese food – you can get all these via the hotel’s in-room dining service.

    Address: 55 Duong Thanh Str, Hanoi

  • Oriental Suite Hotel & Spa

    Oriental Suite Hotel & SpaOriental Suite Hotel & Spa

    Located in a central location of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, Oriental Suite Hotel & Spa is beautifully designed with an emphasis on luxury and comfort. Only 50 metres from the majestic Hoan Kiem Lake, this hotel’s outlook is made out of a unique combination of traditional décor and modern facilities.

    There are 40 standard rooms at Oriental Suite Hotel & Spa; each one comes with free Wi-Fi connection, a private bathroom, refrigerator, shower, telephone, alarm clock, hair dryer and a flat-screen TV. The juxtaposition of chic wooden furniture and warm hues of the room walls will give you a cozy yet luxurious atmosphere.

    Address: 58 Hang Dao Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

  • Somerset Grand Hanoi

    Somerset Grand HanoiSomerset Grand Hanoi

    With commercial centres, restaurants, shopping and entertainment outlets nearby, Somerset Grand Hanoi will be great for business and leisure travellers. The 25-storey high building holds spacious and luxurious rooms that are managed by a team of well-trained staff to meet guests’ individual needs. Apart from first-class amenities that include a fully equipped business centre, dry sauna, laundry and babysitting services, Somerset Grand Hanoi is home to some of the country’s culinary experts – guests have the opportunity to dig into world-class meals while staying here.

    Address: No 49 Hai Ba Trung Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

  • Lotte Hotel Hanoi

    Lotte Hotel HanoiLotte Hotel Hanoi

    For beautiful views of the city – 61 storeys high – Lotte Hotel Hanoi is the place to be for travellers visiting Vietnam for the first time. Conveniently situated mere minutes away from the hottest tourist destinations, it wouldn’t take long to check off places to visit on your itinerary.

    There are 318 rooms in this swanky hotel, and to make sure you have a fulfilling stay, its equipped with a spa as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Be sure to check out Top of Hanoi restaurant, Delica-Hans, a bakery and coffee shop, and Pharaoh’s Bar & Upper to complete your stay.

    Address: No. 54, Lieu Giai Street, Cong Vi Ward, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi

  • Crowne Plaza West Hanoi

    Crowne Plaza West HanoiCrowne Plaza West Hanoi

    Crowne Plaza West Hanoi is a 30-minute drive from Noi Bai International Airport, located in the west of Hanoi City. With the needs of business travellers in mind, the hotel’s entire second floor is designed exclusively for events and meetings – fully decked with audio-visual equipment and high-speed Internet access.

    The hotel has 393 rooms, including 40 suites with full service and amenities. These high-end rooms are great for travellers who prioritise privacy and/or those staying in the city for extended periods of time. There are swimming pools, bar with an extensive cocktail menu, a fitness centre and even a spa. What truly stands out is the Lackah restaurant that will entice you with its view of a peaceful garden.

    Address: 36 Le Duc Tho Street, My Dinh Ward, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi

  • O’Gallery Premier Hotel & Spa

    O’Gallery Premier Hotel & SpaO’Gallery Premier Hotel & Spa

    Located in the heart of Hanoi, O’Gallery Premier Hotel & Spa is billed as one of the most luxurious and modern hotels by its guests. All its 70 rooms are fitted with a private bathroom, flat-screen TV, safety deposit box, mini bar, and a wardrobe, but what makes this place special is the hotel’s attention to the smallest details. The classic and elegant outlook is a crowd favourite, on top of its extensive list of amenities. These include a spa, arranged tours, airport transfers and restaurants serving up cuisines from all over the world.

    Address: 122 Hang Bong Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

  • JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi

    JW Marriott Hotel HanoiJW Marriott Hotel Hanoi

    If the name itself doesn’t give it away, JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi is one of the best hotels known for its high-quality services. There 450 rooms, 55 of them are suites, and the hotel’s unique architecture that combines nature and traditional construction is something you should see to believe. JW Marriott Hotel is also ideal for conferences, seminars, and exhibitions with 17 meeting rooms, including two large conference rooms. The standout feature that most guests have been raving about is the food. This hotel prepares traditional dishes from France, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, and Italy. If that is not enough, you can indulge in some quality wine at the Antidote Bar.

    Address: No 8 Do Duc Duc Road, Me Tri Ward, South Tu Liem District, Hanoi

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