Fortuna Hotel Hanoi

Located a half-hour drive from the tourist attractions of Hanoi, right in the middle of the city’s business and financial center, Fortuna Hotel has been operating since 1998, serving business and leisure travellers from around the world.

With the Ministry of Health as well as many embassies and offices all within close proximity, the 4-star hotel offers comfort and convenience for individuals and groups coming to Hanoi to work or to experience the city, away from the tourist crowd.

Come to Fortuna Hotel and you will enjoy traditional Asian hospitality at its best, with facilities on par with Western standards, and services catering to all your needs during your stay.

You can choose from 350 well-furnished rooms in four classes, Deluxe, Grande, Premier and Suite, with the room size ranging from 28 m2 for deluxe rooms to 60 m2 for suite rooms.

If you book a room with Capital Lounge Privileges, you can enjoy exclusive benefits, including access to the Capital Lounge on the fifth floor, early or late check-in and check-out services, freshly made to order breakfasts and evening cocktails, as well as complimentary use of any meeting room for one hour per room per stay, subject to availability. This is ideal for corporate and business guests who will find all the amenities they need under one roof.

Fortuna Hotel also boasts two multi-functional ballrooms, six meeting rooms, all equipped with cutting-edge technology and managed by a dedicated, professional team for meeting and event purposes. The business centre on the first floor offers guests meeting rooms for rent as well as secretarial services, including translation, printing and international fax and courier services, available 24 hours.

At Fortuna Hotel, not only can you work hard, you can also play hard. The hotel’s basement comprises excellent venues for entertainment, such as the Boss NiteClub.KTV, open from 6 p.m. until midnight, for drinks and dance, and the Millionaire Club, open from 10.30 a.m. to 6 a.m., for gaming enthusiasts.

Those who prefer quiet relaxation can head to the fifth floor for the Fitness One gym or the outdoor swimming pool. The Sen Spa and Beauty Salon, also on the fifth floor, provides massage, skincare and hairstyling services, and the bigger Spa de Palace on the top floor has a Jacuzzi and chilled pools, more massage and sauna services, and a coffee lounge with complimentary coffee or tea.

To satisfy your stomach, Fortuna Hotel has three restaurants that feature Chinese, Japanese, Southeast Asian and Western cuisines.

The Tiffin All Day Dining on the first floor is where you will have your buffet breakfast, and even late night supper, served until 3 in the morning. The chefs from Singapore will guarantee all Singaporean signature dishes here taste just like they were made in their own country. Also boasting a selection of Vietnamese, Japanese and Western favourites, Tiffin is a fulfilling choice even for sophisticated palates.

May Man Restaurant and Emperor Restaurant on the second floor ensure that your cravings for Chinese and Japanese delicacies are properly satisfied. Dim sum at May Man is said to be among the best you can find in Hanoi, while traditional Japanese flavours await you at the Emperor Restaurant. Both restaurants have private dining rooms for groups and families to allow them to enjoy their lunch or dinner with more privacy.

There is also the Coffee Lounge in the hotel lobby for more casual meetings. The homemade cakes go well with your coffee, and after 6 p.m. you can enjoy a 50 percent discount on selected cakes.

 

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