Hilton Hanoi Opera – Hanoi
Ideally located in the midst the capital’s fascinating blend of East and West, Hilton Hanoi Opera is nothing but a short stroll away from the famous Old Quarter and the city's bustling business district.
The property sets the trend for high class accommodation in the country, evident by its Best Business Hotel in Hanoi 2010 award and being recognized as Vietnam's Leading Hotel for five consecutive years by the World Travel Awards. For a memorable stay in the heart of the city, Hilton Hanoi Opera is an obvious choice.
The rooms and furnishings at Hilton Hanoi Opera blend in subtle Asian touches with traditional Vietnamese art as well as a generous dose of rich and warm tones that truly reflect the city's cosmopolitan nature. A large desk is included as well as an expansive marble bathroom with a separate shower. All rooms are inclusive of fine and uninterrupted views of the city, with some directly facing the Opera House. For a step up in luxury, a stay in one of the suites comes highly recommended. All in-room equipment, facilities and comforts are of first class quality.
The facilities at this property are also of high standard. The impressive facade of the hotel and the Opera House overlooks the swimming pool and is one of the hotel's best hangout spots, popular with the kids and adult guests. A fully equipped fitness center should impress any active or exercise savvy guest. The hotel is popular with business guests for a reason, and its meeting rooms, business centers and other related services are testaments to that claim.
Hilton Hanoi Opera also boasts an impressive array of atmospheric restaurants and bars. Ba Mien specializes in Vietnamese, with favorites like beef baked in bamboo and grilled lobster satisfying hungry guests in a glass-enclosed exterior setting. Chez Manon offers an extensive breakfast buffet along with Japanese and Asian specialties as well as international a la carte menus. The Lobby Lounge is the ideal place for some downtime, with candle-lit tables and soothing evening music accompanying drinks and light snacks. JJ's Sports Bar is a great place to enjoy a drink and catch the big game, with two huge flat screen televisions along with pool tables and dart boards for further entertainment. Relax on the terrace overlooking the Opera House at Café Opera and enjoy a nice cup of tea or coffee or some fresh baked pastries.
Quick responsive service, cozy rooms, impressive facilities and an endless choice of dining options; this is what one comes to expect from a worldwide brand name like the Hilton. Guests rooming here have made the right choice and are in good and reliable hands.
Ba Mien - serving Vietnamese specialties in a glass-enclosed exterior setting
Chez Manon - Japanese and Asian specialties as well as international a la carte menu and fresh seafood
Lobby Lounge - teas, coffees, drink and light snacks in a candle-lit setting
JJ's Sports bar - drinks and snacks showing live sports as well as pool table and dart board
Café Opera - breads, cakes, snacks and teas on a terrace overlooking the Hanoi Opera House
King Hilton Deluxe Room
Twin Hilton Deluxe Room
King Hilton Executive Suite
King Hilton Executive Room
Twin Hilton Executive Room
The hotel is located in the French Quarter in downtown Hanoi. The Opera House is just a stone's throw away. Noi Bai International Airport is 35 kilometers north of the city center.
Hilton Hanoi Opera address: 1 Le Thanh Tong St, Hoan Kiem Dist, Hanoi, Vietnam 10000
Who should go?
Travelers who yearn the luxury and expectations of a big name international hotel brand should definitely not miss out on Hilton Hanoi Opera. Its facilities list will impress families while couples and honeymooners will relish in the hotel's high standard of service. The hotel's city center location should bode well for busy business travelers.
When to go?
Hanoi is most comfortable from February to April and September to November. During these periods the temperatures are pleasant and the skies are clear. December and January can be cold and rainy while May to August see temperatures soar as high as 33°C and beyond. It is recommended to avoid visiting the capital during Tet, the local New Year, which takes place in late January or early February. Most restaurants and many tourist sites are closed during this time.
Where is it?
The hotel is located in the French Quarter in downtown Hanoi. The Opera House is just a stone's throw away. The Red River is a short stroll east from the hotel while Hoan Kiem Lake is walking distance northwest of Hilton. Noi Bai International Airport is 35 kilometers north of the city center.
What's not to be missed?
A morning walk around the lake. A dip in the refreshing swimming pool. Dinner with panoramic views of Hanoi at Summit Lounge. Witnessing Tai Chi classes in the early morning hours at nearby Hoan Kiem Lake. Shop for bargains in the