Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel
Hanoi is more than Vietnam’s capital city. October 2010 marked 1000 years since the city was established, and as the country’s second largest city nestled along the Red River, Hanoi has much to offer to both its residents and its visitors.
A Location That Can’t Be Beat
The hotel is located in Hanoi’s elegant French Quarter, is just one of the city’s many offerings. The hotel is a few short minutes from the world-famous Old Quarter as well as the city’s fast-paced business district.
Hanoi’s Old Quarter is known for its local food specialties, as well as many clubs, bars and restaurants. Many silk shops, including many small shops run by local merchants and artisans can also be found.
Accommodations & Amenities Fit for a Royal
The accommodations at this Hilton hotel are nothing short of luxurious. Guests may choose from a variety of different rooms, including king and twin deluxe rooms as well as many suites, which are known to serve as a home away from home for guests lucky enough to stay in one.
The hotel also provides a full business center, where guests may rent cell phones and audio/visual equipment and take advantage of photocopying, express mail and secretarial services, as well as meeting rooms.
Guests can expect bright, spacious and comfortable rooms, exceptional cleaning services and fresh towels and amenities on a daily basis. Guests may also enjoy the delicious array of buffet food served every morning at breakfast.
Guests who are traveling with their families may find the babysitting service helpful, as well as the children’s menus at all hotel restaurants. Other hotel facilities include a beauty salon, barber shop, ATM, airline desk, gift shop, florist, news stand, laundry and valet service and of course, room service, among many other offerings.
The Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel is a grand and elegant hotel with a gorgeous exterior, complete with tall graceful columns. Perhaps its most coveted feat is the hotel’s proximity to all of the must-see sites of Hanoi. Most everything is within walking distance, but guests won’t feel smothered amid the hustle and bustle of a big city. Instead guests will love the mix of modern-day amenities with the old world charm of Hanoi long ago.