September 15, 2023 | 16:15 GMT+7

Meliá Hanoi unveils renovations for new experience in luxury

Diep Linh -

Extensive makeover completed recently to raise the bar on gastronomy in the heart of Hanoi and the property’s leadership in bleisure.

Garbo Interior. Source: Meliá Hanoi
Garbo Interior. Source: Meliá Hanoi

As Meliá Hotels International continues to expand its presence in Vietnam, Meliá Hanoi, the group’s first hotel in Vietnam, recently completed an extensive makeover, renovating and revitalizing several key areas of the hotel, including the top suites, meeting and function areas, and fitness spaces. One of the most significant changes was a complete overhaul of all the property’s gastronomic offerings and restaurant interiors.

“The launch of our new dining concepts has positioned our hotel as a gastronomic hub in Hanoi,” said Mr. Santiago Cabre, General Manager of Meliá Hanoi. “Given our Spanish roots, stellar cuisine and a just as impressive atmosphere to enjoy a meal or a drink are essential. With our new design and restaurant concepts, we have created just that.”

“Meliá Hotels International brings a wealth of leisure expertise to Meliá Hanoi to create the ideal bleisure hotel in the heart of this busy metropolis,” said Mr. Ignacio Martin, Meliá Hotels International Managing Director for Asia Pacific. “With the hotel’s unique location in the heart of the city and considering the growing interest in Hanoi as a tourist destination, Meliá Hanoi is positioned to be the perfect hotel for travelers looking to explore the capital’s culture and history while also experiencing all the comforts of a 5-star international hotel.”


The Grand Ballroom
The Grand Ballroom

New concepts include Garbo Bar, with is inspired by the golden era of ‘50’s Hollywood with a sleek gold and emerald green bar counter and a selection of classic cocktails, and Mosaico, an all-day restaurant that deepens the hotel’s European heritage with Mediterranean cuisine on offer throughout the day and with designs on becoming one of the best international breakfast buffets in the city.

The former El Oriental Restaurant is set to emerge in October as Cham Restaurant, serving sophisticated Cantonese dim sum and Asian noodle dishes in a hip, modern space.

Previously, The Ministry of Men (part of the House of Babaard group), a new concept that combines the best of a sophisticated cocktail bar and luxury barbershop, was launched in May. The masterfully mixed beverages and exquisite ambiance provide the perfect place for cultivating connections and networking.

In terms of accommodation, the top two keys, the Grand Suite, an opulent 135 sq m space and the Presidential Suite, an elegant space coming in at 168 sq m, have both been reimagined with more contemporary, regal furnishings, a fresh color palette of soft gray, taupe, cream, and gold, new state-of-the art entertainment systems, and floor-to-ceiling windows that make the most of the impressive city views.

Meliá Hanoi has some of the largest meeting facilities in the city, with two ballrooms and 10 function rooms and a total capacity of up to 1,200 guests. The Level Meeting Room, available exclusively for The Level guests, has completely new furnishings, along with more ergonomic chairs and artwork. The larger MICE areas, including the Grand Ballroom and the Thang Long Ballroom, were also renovated with a new interior design. The Function Room space, ideal for intimate meetings, now features an entirely new interior with nature-inspired paneling framing the space.


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