5 BEST HOTELS FOR INCENTIVE IN HANOI

Hanoi buzzing streets and chaotic traffic are part of its charm. From historic charm to slick efficiency to budget hole in the wall accommodations, you will find what you want in Hanoi. Amenities and cleanliness levels are high across the board, and your dollar, yen or euro… goes quite far so indulge in an upgrade. Most hotels will have a phone, air conditioning, in room safes and hair dryers. Children 11 and under usually stay free…. And it holds to take it many big events and meetings

 

1. Intercontinental Hanoi Westlake

Address:  1A Nghi Tam Tay Ho District Hanoi

The InterContinental Hanoi Westlake is located on the peaceful waters of the largest lake in the city and is adjacent to the famous 800-year-old Golden Lotus (Kim Lien) Pagoda. Ideally situated just minutes from the Old Quarter.The InterContinental offers a sweet resort like atmosphere in busy little Hanoi. The hotel is Hanoi’s newest and best five star. For a romantic treat, splurge on a suite on one of the island pavilions connected to the main building via Venetian style bridges. All rooms come with private balconies, and most have fabulous views of West Lake. Rooms on the top floor have high, sloping ceilings, giving the space a cozy cabin feel. Located about a 20 minutes cab ride away from Hanoi’s Old Quarter, this hotel is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life. The outdoor Sunset Bar is a popular destination for hip locals and expats alike

Intercontinental Hanoi Westlake at Sunset. (Source: The Internet)

ACCOMMODATION

Our 293 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites are cloaked in a tranquil residential setting. Of these rooms, 132 are located on two unique Island Pavilions set just above the picturesque waters of West Lake. Contemporary Vietnamese design meets spacious intimacy with cream-colored walls and dark timber floors and furniture, complemented by rich textures and vibrant colors. Each room and suite feature a private balcony with a superb view of either West Lake or the Hanoi skyline.

2. Hilton Opera Hanoi

Address: 1 Le Thanh Tong St. Hoan Kiem District Ha Noi

The Hilton is a reproduction colonial that makes an elegant arc around the perimeter of the splendid Hanoi Opera building. The inside matches the fine facade, with a lobby done on a grand scale. Rooms are outfitted with richly colored carpet, unique cushioned wallpaper subdued lighting, and faux Chinese lacquer cabinets. Those on the fifth floor have balconies. Suites are much larger and nicely appointed. Daily newspaper delivery, voice mail, and in-room broadband Internet access keep business travelers up to speed. Leisure travelers can enjoy the inviting courtyard pool, get tips from the helpful concierge, and take advantage of in-house tour services.

Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel – Hotel Exterior “by” night. (Source: The Internet)

ACCOMMODATION

Multi award-winning landmark hotel in historic French Quarter of Hanoi

Less than 45 minutes from Noi Bai International (HAN) Airport

268 fully equipped guest rooms and suites, with internet access

Elegant meeting rooms for up to 500 guests

Vietnamese and International specialties in 5 food and beverage outlets

Walking distance to Old Quarters and Hoan Kiem Lake.

3. Melia Ha Noi

Address: 44B Ly Thuong Kiet St, Tran Hung Dao, Hoan Kiem, Ha Noi

Beautifully located in the heart of Vietnam’s capital, Meliá Hanoi welcomes all who are looking for splendid accommodation, first-class facilities, and warm service.Luxurious rooms and a wide array of facilities, from a state-of-the-art business center to an outdoor swimming pool, make the hotel a perfect choice for business or leisure. The Meliá Hanoi also offers diners a world of culinary delights to explore, from the international themed buffets of El Patio to the local flavors of El Oriental. Strategically located in Hanoi, the hotel stands a short distance from many key districts and major attractions such as the Hanoi Opera House, Old Quarter, Temple of Literature, and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Celebrating the nation’s rich culture and traditions, including the natural wonder of Ha Long Bay, the hotel tour desk offers guests many ways to explore Vietnam. With spectacular views in every room, dedicated staff, and outstanding facilities, the Meliá Hanoi is perfect for anyone looking to melt the city’s hustle and bustle away and experience the ultimate in rest and relaxation. Meliá Hanoi is remarkably located. Major business, government and diplomatic centers are all within a 5 km radius and Hanoi’s Old Quarter, known for the allure of its cultural heritage and shopping, is footsteps away

TAKE EVENTS TO NEW HEIGHTS

Melia Hanoi is the perfect place to meet, boasting 2 gorgeous ballrooms and a range of stately meeting rooms. The Grand Ballroom is Hanoi’s largest and accommodates up to 800 people. For conferences that will require private access, the Thang Long Ballroom is perfect and accommodates up to 360 guests. The Melia Hanoi has flexible meeting spaces for hosting small- to medium-sized meetings. The hotel is also equipped with state-of-the-art conference technology to take each event to a new level of grandeur—be it a moving celebration or dynamic meeting.

Melia Hanoi Hotel, Luxury Hotel in Hanoi. (Source: The Internet)

ACCOMMODATION

Melia Hanoi has 306 well-furbished rooms and the largest pillarless Ballroom in Vietnam. From its 22 stories, guest can enjoy the view of the city which boasts many parks, rivers, and lakes. Melia Hanoi offers excellent services with a touch of Vietnamese to make your stay satisfying and memorable.\r\n68 of which are elegantly decorated Executive Suites. All our rooms and suites are furnished with full-length windows, air-conditioning, large working desk with executive chairs, IDD telephone and fax line, spare connection line, Wireless Broadband Internet outlets and power points for your computer, voice mail and message light, alarm clock, remote controlled colour satellite television, in-room safe, bathroom with bathtub and shower, bathrobe and slippers, hairdryer, well stocked mini bar and refrigerator and complimentary tea/coffee making facilities, local English newspaper. Wireless Broadband Internet access is available in the lobby area, hotel restaurants, ballrooms, function rooms and all guest’s rooms.

Bathroom with hair-dryer

Individually controlled air-conditioning

Color TV with satellite channels

Dial direct telephone

Internet Wi-Fi (at charge)

Coffee/tea making facilities

Medical Clinic

4. JW Marriot

Address: 8 Do Duc Duc St, Me Tri, Tu Liem, Hanoi

2015 : It’s so excited to greet Manchester City team in JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi

Superb new hotel with excellent service. Stayed here for a couple of nights whilst in Hanoi and whilst it is not right in the center (30 min taxi = £5) it is nice to get out the hectic area of the old quarter to relax after a visit their. The Lounge on the 6th floor is great and would highly recommend this hotel if staying in Hanoi.

ACCOMMODATION

450 rooms Our lodging in Hanoi has 48-square-meter guestrooms with wood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. All rooms have wireless high-speed Internet and spacious work desks ideal for business travelers. Each of our striking hotel rooms in Hanoi, Vietnam offers separate marble shower and bath units.Our luxury Hanoi hotel rooms feature aromatherapy amenities to promote relaxation and enjoyment. Rooms have 42-inch flat panel TVs, international cable and Bose sound systems with iPod docks. Fully stocked mini bars and 24-hour room service are readily available at our hotel rooms in Hanoi.

JW Marriott Luxury Brand Makes its Mark in Hanoi. (Source: The Internet)

5. Crowne Plaza Hanoi

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

The Crowne Plaza is exactly what you would expect: clean, modern, and well-staffed. The staff at this hotel were fantastic. So cheerful and helpful. Excellent customer service ethic. Good restaurant and bar. Only small complaint is that the pool area does not appear welcoming. Some distance from city, but it is easy to get there from this tranquil oasis.

Crowne Plaza West Hanoi: Hotel Exterior. (Source: The Internet)

ACCOMMODATION

The hotel has 393 rooms including 40 suites with full services and amenities at Club floor. For customers who have the need for privacy, or long term accommodation needs, the premium condo is the top choice. Not only that, the 2nd floor of the hotel is designed exclusively for events and meetings.

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