Located right next to Hanoi’s National Convention Center, the JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi has 450 rooms and a total of 75,000 sqm of space across its “reverse skyscaper” design, created by Carlos Zapata Studio.
There are six restaurants, including the French Gril serving seafood and prime steak cuts with a French twist, and a Chinese restaurant that will open its doors next month. JW Café, meanwhile, serves international fare and Antidote Bar is fast becoming a hip venue for a nightly tipple. There’s also 3,600 sqm of meeting space, including 17 meeting rooms and two ballrooms measuring 1,000 and 480 sqm. The property also features an indoor swimming pool, gym and free wifi throughout.
The brand has opened another two properties in Asia in the past two months – one in Bengaluru (see here) and the other in New Delhi – which is reflective of a significant investment in the region. “Of the 30 plus hotels in our current pipeline, 50 per cent are in Asia, which speaks to our commitment to investing in dynamic markets like Vietnam,” says Mitzi Gaskins, vice president and global brand manager for JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts.
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