Mövenpick has opened its second Vietnam hotel in Hanoi, following an extensive renovation to the property. The management of the first to open, Mövenpick Hotel Saigon in Ho Chi Minh City, was taken over in July.
Andreas Mattmüller, senior vice president Middle East and Asia for Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, commented that Vietnam is a key location for the future. “We are pleased to be represented with a second hotel in Vietnam, the most booming hotel market in Asia,” he said.
“Gaining a foothold in Vietnam’s largest city will help us to consolidate our brand in the region.”
The 154-room hotel, decorated in “warm earth-tones” and featuring modern furniture combined with typical Vietnamese elements, is situated in the centre of Hanoi.
It has two restaurants – an all-day dining venue, Mangosteen, and Lounge 83, which has an integrated wine cellar.
The gym and wellness studio, Kinetic, has cardiovascular equipment, a sauna, massage rooms and a VIP treatment room with a spa bath.
Four multifunctional conference rooms are available, with state-of-the-art facilities for between 10 and 110 people.
Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts has more than 90 hotels operating or under construction in 26 countries.
Report by Sara Turner