Melia Hanoi

Hanoi, Vietnam

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About the hotel

Melia Hanoi occupies a central location right in the heart of Hanoi’s business, government and diplomatic district, and is close to cultural and tourist attractions, entertainment and shopping. Heads of states such as the Prime Minister of Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra, Spain’s Queen Sofia de Borbon, HR Princess Anne of the UK and members of the Brunei Royal family have chosen to stay and hold meetings at Melia Hanoi. The hotel has a heliport on its roof, which enables guests to arrive in style. A warm welcome and entertaining stay awaits guests at Melia Hanoi. Welcome activities include a Dragon Dance or a Vietnamese drum display by children.

Hotel Facilities

The hotel can organise themed events in which guests can immerse themselves in Vietnamese culture. For example, during the mid-Autumn festival in September, a themed dinner includes traditional Vietnamese singing and dancing displays as well as lantern decorations and authentic food.

Room options

Guests are promised a comfortable stay as all rooms feature a luxurious bathroom, minibar and satellite TV. This five-star hotel features the largest ballroom in Vietnam, with an impressive capacity for up to 1,200 guests, and another ten function rooms that can accommodate between 60 and 800 guests each. This is an ideal venue for meetings, conferences, conventions and seminars.

Dining

Groups are well catered for with a range of themed events and dinner parties such as ‘Hanoi in the 1930s’. Other themes include the Puppet Dinner, an event in which guests are entertained by Vietnamese craftsmen who use a traditional mix of music and puppetry. Melia Hanoi boasts two restaurants including El Patio that serves a range of international cuisine during the day. For an Asian dining experience, select the Lotus restaurant with its mix of Chinese and Thai dishes.

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Things to Do & Local Attractions

Hanoi is rich in culture and political history, and is sometimes referred to as ‘the Paris of the Orient’. The city’s broad tree-lined boulevards, lakes and parks, belle époque villas and beautiful temples reflect a blend of Indo-Chinese and French colonial influences. This bustling city has a population of nearly three million and covers a considerable area of more than 20,000sq km. Melia Hanoi’s location makes it a first-rate choice for business and leisure travellers. The hotel is within walking distance of Hanoi landmarks such as the Grand Cathedral, the Grand Opera House, Hoan Kiem Lake and the Temple of Literature.

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Getting there

Melia Hanoi
Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi International Airport: 45 mins. Hanoi Central Railway Station: 10 mins walking distance.

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Business Facilities

Business centre facilities include four computers with Internet access, a photocopier, fax machine, scanner and secretarial services. In-room business facilities comprise telephone and fax line as well as a large desk with executive chair.

Top Incentive Attractions

Hanoi is rich in culture and political history, and is sometimes referred to as ‘the Paris of the Orient’. The city’s broad tree-lined boulevards, lakes and parks, belle époque villas and beautiful temples reflect a blend of Indo-Chinese and French colonial influences. This bustling city has a population of nearly three million and covers a considerable area of more than 20,000sq km.

Melia Hanoi’s location makes it a first-rate choice for business and leisure travellers. The hotel is within walking distance of Hanoi landmarks such as The Grand Cathedral, The Grand Opera House, Hoan Kiem Lake and the Temple of Literature.

The hotel can organise themed events in which guests can immerse themselves in Vietnamese culture. For example, during the mid-Autumn festival in September, a themed dinner includes traditional Vietnamese singing and dancing displays as well as lantern decorations and authentic food.

BUSINESS FACILITIES
Business centre facilities include four computers with Internet access, a photocopier, fax machine, scanner and secretarial services.
In-room business facilities comprise telephone and fax line as well as a large desk with executive chair.

Unique Selling Points

• Located in Hanoi’s business and diplomatic district
• Largest grand ballroom in Hanoi with no pillars and 1,200 capacity
• Eight function rooms of various sizes and two boardrooms
• State-of-the-art audio/visual equipment
• Three Thai and Chinese chefs
• Halal food

Meeting Facilities

Room Metres sq. Max. Capacity
Grand Ballroom10001200
Grand Ballroom (sections 1,2 & 3)350 each
Function Room150
Thang Long Ballroom544700

Hotel bookings and reservations

Booking Support:

UK: 020 7380 3658
US: +1888 222 8859
Int: +1 972 894 1182
E: Send an Email

Meeting and Incentive Groups:

T: +44 (0) 20 7380 8557
E: mis@ghotw.com

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