Meliá Hanoi completes overhaul; reimagines MICE spaces

Melia Hanoi's Grand Ballroom

The 306-key Meliá Hanoi has recently renovated and revitalised several key areas of the hotel, including the meeting and function areas, top suites, and fitness spaces.

The Level Meeting Room, available exclusively for The Level guests, has completely new furnishings, along with more ergonomic chairs and artwork. The larger business events areas, including the Grand Ballroom and its dedicated pre-function area along with the Thang Long Ballroom, have new carpets, furniture, and a new interior design with a crisp white colour palette.

Melia Hanoi’s Grand Ballroom

The Function Room space, ideal for intimate meetings, now features an entirely new interior with nature-inspired panelling framing the space. Meliá Hanoi’s meeting facilities comprise two ballrooms, 10 function rooms and a total capacity to host up to 1,200 guests.

The top two keys, the 135m2 Grand Suite and 168m2 Presidential Suite were both re-imagined with more contemporary, regal furnishings, a fresh colour palette of soft greys, taupe, creams and gold, new state-of-the art entertainment systems, and floor-to-ceiling windows that make the most of the city views.

Elsewhere in the hotel, the open-air swimming pool has a new deck, while the fitness centre has been remodelled with new cardio equipment.

One of the most significant changes was also a complete overhaul of all the property’s gastronomic offerings and restaurant interiors.

In the lobby area, Garbo Bar draws inspiration from the golden era of 1950s Hollywood with its new gold and emerald green bar counter and selection of classic cocktails, tapas, and Meliá’s signature Spanish-inspired afternoon tea.

Mosaico, Meliá Hanoi’s all-day restaurant offers a breakfast buffet ranging from pastries baked in-house to a healthy juice bar, and new live cooking stations.

The former El Oriental Restaurant is set to emerge soon as Cham Restaurant serving sophisticated Cantonese dim sum and Asian noodle dishes in a hip, modern space. The new chef de cuisine, Lê Minh Thái, has 27 years of experience in dim sum and Cantonese cooking.

Finally, a new concept that marries a cocktail bar and luxury barbershop, The Ministry of Men (part of the House of Babaard group), also launched in the hotel in May.

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