Melia Hanoi Hotel – Hanoi
The Melia Hanoi Hotel is a fine, western style property situated in the hub of the capital city, just about a 10 minute walk from the main tourist sites of Hanoi.
Combining the International brand standards, exceptional facilities and warm hospitality, the property offers a suitable choice for leisure and business travelers looking to base their Hanoi exploration from the city center.
The Melia Hanoi Hotel has 306 spacious and well-furnished rooms designed in a modern contemporary style. Each guestroom features large king-size beds, spacious working desks with executive chairs as well as full-length windows for unprecedented views of the Hanoi horizon. Why not upgrade to The Level floors where guests have access to The Level Executive Lounge and can enjoy breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails with scenic views of Hanoi as backdrop.
A wide range of pampering services is available to guests at Melia Hanoi. After a day exploring the city, guests can cocoon themselves with healing therapies and body treatments at Oasis Spa. The swimming pool is an inviting spot for a refreshing afternoon dip or to catch some of Hanoi's rays. The fitness center offers a wide variety of cardio and resistance machines for a complete workout.
The Melia Hanoi Hotel is home to a fine selection of gourmet restaurants and bars: El Patio Restaurant offers International buffet breakfast, lunches and dinners whilst El-Oriental Restaurant is home to authentic Vietnamese cuisine. The cozy Cava Lounge serves snacks & drinks with live music in the evening and the city's first authentic tapas bar, Latino is found at the hotel. Melia Deli is home to the tempting aromas and tastes of homemade breads, cakes and other delicious pastries.
Melia Hanoi is a good quality and reliable hotel, suitable for those looking for International standards in central Hanoi's hospitality scene. Its fully furnished and spacious rooms, extensive facilities and fine selection of bars and restaurants blend well to create a comfortable and well priced central accommodation choice.
El Patio Restaurant - spacious modern restaurant serving international and local cuisine
Oriental Restaurant - serves authentic Vietnamese dishes
Cava Lounge - comfortable area to unwind with snacks and drinks
The Level Executive Lounge - serves breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktail on the 20th floor for The Level room guests
Latino Bar - Latin themed bar and restaurant with live music
Melia Deli - serves homemade breads, cakes, ice creams and other pastries
Melia Hanoi Hotel Address: 44B Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Situated in the hub of Central Hanoi, Melia Hanoi Hotel is right next to Quan Su Pagoda (100 meters). Hanoi Grand Cathedral (500 meters), Hoan Kiem Lake (500 meters) and Hanoi Grand Cathedral (1.5 kilometers) are close by. Noi Bai International Airport is 28 kilometers away from the hotel.
Who should go?
Our advice: travelers looking for a top class hotel in the middle of the city should certainly consider Melia Hanoi Hotel. Each guestroom is spacious and contains a large working area, ideal for business guests. The Melia Hanoi Hotel also boasts outstanding facilities, restaurants and bars, perfect for couples and family 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 very 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?
Located in the heart of Hanoi, Melia Hanoi is close to many of the city's attractions and highlights. The hotel offers easy access to Quan Su Pagoda (100 meters), Hanoi Grand Cathedral (500 meters), Hoan Kiem Lake (500 meters) and Hanoi Grand Cathedral (1.5 kilometers). Noi Bai International Airport is 28 kilometers away from the hotel.
What's not to be missed?
Awake early to watch locals practicing Tai Chi on the shores of the lake. Visit nearby art galleries and cafes. Visit one of the dozens of fascinating museums. Attend a performance at Hanoi's water pupp