Hanoi Daewoo Hotel joins SRS-WORLDHOTELS Deluxe Collection

Travel News Asia 21 June 2004

Hanoi Daewoo has joined SRS-WORLDHOTELS as a Deluxe Collection member.

Conveniently located in the heart of Hanois diplomatic and new business district, Hanoi Daewoo is a short stroll from the Giang Vo Convention and Exhibition Centre, within walking distance of most embassies and diplomatic compounds, and only a 45-minute drive from Noi Bai International Airport. 

Overlooking Thu Le Lake, it is a sanctuary from the bustling city in the Daeha Business Centre Complex, which also comprises a 15-storey apartment building and 15-storey office tower.

With 411 rooms including 33 suites, the 5-star hotel is renowned for one of the richest Vietnamese painting collections in the country. More than 1,000 paintings worth nearly US$1 million are exhibited throughout the property.

To serve its many business guests, Hanoi Daewoo has a sophisticated Business Centre along with a Grand Ballroom which can handle conferences for up to 800 people, and 15 function rooms.

Three designated Executive Floors are a hotel within a hotel served by an Executive Lounge offering an array of services such as speedy check-in/check-out, complimentary breakfasts, cocktails, 24-hour concierge and room services, and business support services. Among the 33 suites are elegant Presidential and Senator Suites.

There are eight F&B outlets, including four excellent restaurants Caf Promenade (international cuisine), Silk Road (Chinese restaurant), La Paix (Italian restaurant) and Edo (Japanese restaurant).

Recreation and fitness facilities include an award-winning Fitness Centre, outdoor 80-metre swimming pool and a golf driving range.

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