Rice-inspired Grand Mercure Hanoi opens

Grand Mercure Hanoi, a new premium hotel in which Indochinese style, Western neoclassical beauty and world-class amenities blend harmoniously to reveal Vietnam’s rich cultural heritage to visitors, has opened its doors.

Positioned in the heart of the city, close to the Temple of Literature and within walking distance of the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long and Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, the hotel allows guests to explore Hanoi with ease.

Executive lounge serves guests staying in the hotel’s premium accommodation

It is a treasure trove of arts and crafts, with lacquerware from Hạ Thái lacquer village, Chu Dau pottery from Hai Duong province and Bat Trang ceramics on display throughout the hotel.

The interior is inspired by rice, with shimmering water-filled fields and hillside terraces and the colour and shape of individual grains showcased in many elements throughout the hotel.

Guests have a choice of 181 rooms and suites. The 11 suites feature separate living areas while the Executive Lounge provides an exclusive space for guests staying in the hotel’s premium accommodation to relax in comfort and privacy.

Grand Mercure Hanoi offers four restaurants and bars with originally curated culinary concepts – LỘC-ALLY, which promises contemporary all-day dining with international flavours and local favourites; Cat Vi, a signature 15th floor Asian brasserie that blends regional gastronomy and Vietnamese soul food with spectacular city views; Van’s lobby lounge; VIVU Rooftop Sky Bar.

There are three flexible venues that can host a wide variety of business and social functions. The grand ballroom offers 324m2 of sophisticated, soundproof space with integrated screens and a state-of-the-art sound system.

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