Let me start with my husband's trip to Vietnam last December 2019, this was a tiring trip because he visited Saigon and Hanoi in a span of one week so Manila - Saigon - Hanoi - Manila. Not only that, he also stayed in three different hotels. I already blogged about Sheraton Saigon, Le Meridien Saigon and this time let me share Movenpick Hanoi.
Movenpick Hanoi is the third hotel that he tried in Hanoi, Vietnam, he previously stayed at Sheraton Hotel Hanoi and JW Marriott Hotel. If I remember it right, he had a hard time looking for a hotel during that time so good thing Movenpick Hanoi has an available room for him.
This hotel is located in the heart of the central business district so it is ideal for both leisure and business travelers. It is 40 minutes away from Noi Bai International Airport and 5 minutes away from the Old Quarter and city center.
The 30 sqm room is decorated in contemporary French Style with city views. It has a working desk, a comfortable leather armchair, and LCD TV.
The bathroom has a full glass panel, magnifying mirror, and rainshower.
24-hour room service is also available, my husband arrived late so he chose room service for his meal.
The room package includes a complimentary breakfast at Mangosteen, it is an all-day-dining restaurant where you can order a mix of Vietnamese and international flavors. Open from 6AM up to 11PM.
Guests have access to their Kinetic Gym and Wellness Studio and if you want to relax, they also have massage and sauna facilities.
For leisure travelers, you can explore these attractions which are located a few minutes walk or drive from Movenpick Hanoi.
Quan Sun Pagoda
Friendship Cultural Palace or Huu Nghi Cultural Palace
Hanoi’s Train Station
Mövenpick Hotel Hanoi
Hoan Kiem District, 83A Ly Thuong Kiet Street