Hanoi welcomes first Hyatt Regency hotel
One of South-East Asia’s largest hospitality schemes, the 519-key Hyatt Regency West Hanoi, has opened its doors – marking Hyatt Hotels Corporation’s debut in the Vietnamese capital.
Following an extensive renovation and rebrand, an existing hotel has been transformed into Hyatt Regency’s latest outpost. The property, which is spread across two towers, is ideal for business travellers in particular.
Hyatt lands in Hanoi
Hyatt Hotels Corporation is celebrating the opening of the Hyatt Regency West Hanoi, a vast hotel in Hanoi’s Nam Tu Liem district. The new commercial and corporate centre promises to be the ideal spot for the Chicago-headquartered hospitality company’s third property in Vietnam.
Louis Low, general manager, Hyatt Regency West Hanoi, said: “We are thrilled and grateful to be debuting the very first Hyatt hotel in the capital city of Vietnam alongside ownership company Tran Hong Quan Trading Co. Conveniently located in a bustling business district, the hotel’s tranquil ambiance and modern accommodations, dynamic dining venues and elevated event spaces help ensure guests have a relaxing time when visiting Hyatt Regency West Hanoi.”
New-look guest rooms and suites
As part of the hotel’s reinvention, the 519 guest rooms – among them 114 suites and 129 extended-stay serviced studios – have all been refreshed. Its modern rooms are designed to be the perfect place to rest and relax with their neutral palette or get some work done with their flexible furniture arrangements. They also benefit from floor-to-ceiling windows, offering expansive views of the city.
During their stay, business guests can avail themselves of 823 sq m of flexible meeting and event space, which includes a ballroom and several meeting rooms. There’s also a 24-hour fitness centre and a state-of-the-art spa, perfect for indulging after a hard day’s work.
In addition, there are a number of F&B outlets onsite, from the skybar to the Market Cafe restaurant, which serves up local and international cuisine. And for those wishing to venture out into the city, the hotel is handily located close to a number of attractions, such as the My Dinh National Stadium and the Formula 1 grand prix racetrack. Plus, a road currently under construction will link the new district to the highway, which then provides access to Sapa, Ninh Binh and Ha Long Bay.
Let’s take a look at some ongoing hotel projects in Vietnam:
Empire City Hotel
Dusit Tu Hao Palace Hanoi
Le Meridien Cam Ranh Bay Resort & Spa