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Mvenpick Hotel Hanoi Opens Rooms Designed for Female Business Travellers

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The new Mvenpick Hotel Hanoi is offering women travellers guest rooms which were conceived, furnished and situated specifically with the female business traveller in mind.

Travelling on business used to be a largely male-dominated activity, said Knuth Kiefer, general manager of the Mvenpick Hotel Hanoi, and women have generally been treated accordingly. Part of our determination to be better than the rest lies in our greater sensitivity to guests needs, and the female business traveller a segment of our customer base thats increased tremendously seems like the ideal expression of our approach to service.

At the Mvenpick Hotel Hanoi, concessions to feminine sensibilities include both the tangible and the invisible.

  The new female business traveller rooms are located on the same floor as the health club and spa facilities, eliminating a long commute dressed in a robe or workout attire.

In-room features include an extra make-up mirror: In addition to the usual location, in the bathroom, another is placed at the working desk, for women who prefer applying make-up in natural light. Other gratis amenities conceived with womens preferences in mind include ultra-high-powered hairdryers, padded hangers (for silk blouses), and make-up removal kits.

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