"Hotel de l’Opera features the best of Hanoi – colonial accents, theatrical interior design and contemporary spaces for entertaining".
All the glamour and anticipation of a night at the opera is captured within every experience, from the decadence of the guestrooms to the opulence of Satine restaurant.
The 107 rooms and suites are a sanctuary of comfort, with handpicked luxurious amenities and 21st Century technology. Restaurants, a bar and complimentary Wi-Fi combine to deliver memorable operatic moments. During the day, Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi is the place to meet whilst enjoying Mediterranean inspired cuisine at Café Lautrec or alternatively Satine, at the heart of hotel’s dramatic 8 storey atrium for Vietnamese specialties. For a cool place to enjoy cocktails and convivial company La Fee Verte Bar. The hotel enjoys a central location, close to Hanoi's Operal House, the Old Quarter and Hoan Kiem Lake.
With just over one hundred rooms & suites, Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi is truly a boutique hotel, the first in the heart of Hanoi. Each guestroom is a carefully considered sanctuary of Sumptuous comfort, with every lavish amenity and connected convenience handpicked for its quality. Cool wooden floors compliment the finest Asian textiles and silks which add sparkle to the room with vibrant colours. Not only do all rooms and public areas at Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi feature free Wi-Fi, but laptops can be connected to wide-screen LCD, right from the bedside, making working or surfing a comfortable pleasure. Bathrooms are generously proportioned, and feature exquisite and exotic details designed to delight.
The hotels leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool with open air terrace, in-room massage treatment, gym, sauna and a business centre. The pool is the only heated indoor/outdoor pool in the city. The business centre and conference facilities are state-of-the-art, with full secretarial and translation services available.
- Swimming pool
- Fitness centre
- Business centre
Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi delivers its cuisine through lavish gastronomic venues – Café Lautrec offers `a la carte and buffet dining throughout the day; Satine offers classic Vietnamese cuisine with many local favourites; and the exclusive La Fee Verte (or the “Green Fairy”) a hotel bar with a twist with choices to satisfy discerning purveyors of beverages with aged spirits, extensive cocktails and imported wines.
Hanoi enjoys the typical weather experienced in Northern Vietnam, with a hot season from April through to October, and cooler winter weather from then on. The wet season mirrors the hot season, producing humid months with an average temperature of around 30°C. The weather is very changeable however, so don't be surprised to see temperatures, rainfall and sun hours vary from day to day. Generally the best time of year to visit is during April and May, with comfortable temperatures and still relatively low rainfall.
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"Hanoi has everything for the urban adventurer: rich history, colonial architecture and fast-paced streets."
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