The Ann Hanoi

Whether you are a first-time traveller to Hanoi, or you’ve grown tired of small hotels in the crowded Old Quarter, The Ann Hanoi is the place to stay. Just a half-hour walk away from Hoan Kiem Lake, and even closer to the business and office streets south of the lake, the 4-star hotel offers the perfect combination of convenience and relaxation you are looking for.

What’s most impressive about The Ann is the abundance of light and greenery in and around the hotel. From the moment you walk into the hotel lobby, sunshine surrounds you and gives you a warm welcome, just like the smiles of the staff. A welcome drink eases the stress after the long journey.

The hotel offers 101 guest rooms and 7 cosy suite apartments. The guest rooms, each at least 30 m2, couldn’t be better for the price offered. Classy furniture with harmonious colours will soothe your eyes after a day out in the vibrant city, while the extremely comfortable mattress and pillows will help to relax your body and mind, ensuring a restful stay. Little thoughtful amenities such as the sensory reading light or the iron and ironing board show just how much of an effort the hotel puts into providing the best hospitality experience possible.

Be sure not to miss out on the breakfast buffet at The Onyx House downstairs, and have a coffee or a cocktail at the A Lounge overlooking the lobby. A pianist will show up every Friday night at the lounge to kick off your weekend in the most relaxing way.

On the top floor of the hotel is a sunlight-filled gym with a trainer always available to assist you in using the latest equipment, a rooftop area where you can chill and even have a small party with your friends, and an outdoor pool with impressive view over the city centre. There is also a sauna, a Jacuzzi and shower room with secure lockers.

Corporates and event planners will not be disappointed when choosing The Ann Hanoi’s well-equipped meeting rooms with flexible arrangement options for different numbers of participants. Global companies such as Google, H&M and Zara have organised meetings here. The business centre with Internet-connected computers and printers ensures all needs are met during the event.

 

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