The Fairmont Hanoi will open in the Vietnamese capital come 2024, making it the first Fairmont brand in the country.
The 241-room luxury hotel will take design inspiration from the art of lacquer with the traditional colours of Vietnam, the Indochinese style from the French colonial period, and draws motifs from Vietnam’s dynasties.
Positioned as an urban resort, guests will be able to enjoy a wide range of offerings such as six dining and bar venues including a rooftop restaurant, as well as two indoor and outdoor swimming pools, an extensive gym, wellness spa and bathhouse. For corporate groups, the hotel will offer a 1,000m2 grand ballroom as well as nine meeting rooms, making it an outstanding destination for meetings, conferencing and events.
The hotel will sit close to governmental and business districts of the city.
Garth Simmons, CEO of Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea, said: “The signing of the first Fairmont city hotel in Vietnam is a significant step forward in Accor’s development within the country. Our ambition is to debut a greater collection of premium and luxury offerings to meet the rapidly growing demand for high-end hospitality in the market.”