Marriott has expanded its portfolio of JW hotels
in Asia, with the opening of the JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi.
The 450-room, 75,000 square meter (800,000
square foot) JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi is a 'reverse skyscraper'
designed by acclaimed architecture practice Carlos Zapata Studio.
The impressive structure was inspired by
the country’s magnificent coastline and evokes characteristics of
a dragon – a modern interpretation of a symbol from Vietnam's
The hotel is located in Hanoi’s new central business district
and is adjacent to the National Convention Center.
JW Marriott Hanoi features a total of six restaurant
and bar outlets. Dining venues
include the French Grill, a French inspired outlet serving fresh
seafood and prime cuts of steaks along with a variety of premium
wines and spirits; and a Chinese restaurant specializing in
Cantonese fare (open in January 2014). Guests can also
sample fare from across the globe throughout the day at JW Café.
Meanwhile, Antidote Bar is aiming to become one of the most sought
after nightspots in the city.
With over 3,600 sqm (38,750 sq ft)
of flexible meeting space built for large corporate and
association events, JW Marriott Hanoi is well placed to cater to
the flourishing market for MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences
and Exhibitions) in Vietnam. The hotel has a total of 17 meeting
rooms including two Ballrooms of 1,000 sqm (10,763 sq ft) and 480
sqm (5,166 sq ft) with extensive public foyers. All meeting
facilities are located on the ground floor with a
dedicated entrance and parking.
“Hanoi has earned itself a coveted spot as a
must-visit destination for travelers and we are thrilled to join
the city in this exciting time,” said Mitzi Gaskins, Vice
President & Global Brand Manager for JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts.
“Of the 30+ hotels in our current pipeline, 50% are in
Asia, which speaks to our commitment to investing in dynamic
markets like Vietnam.”
The General Manager of JW Marriott Hanoi is Bob Fabiano.
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