Accor has celebrated the opening of Grand Mercure Hanoi, offering travelers more options in accommodations when visiting the capital city of Hanoi.
The hotel has 181 rooms and suites reflecting the soul of this 1,000-year-old city, with authentic interior design, arts and crafts, cuisine, and wellness.
The hotel’s interior design concept is inspired by rice, the iconic grain that symbolizes the spirit of Vietnam’s villages and its people. From the shimmering water-filled fields and hillside terraces where rice is grown to the color and shape of the individual grains, this iconic symbol is showcased in many elements throughout the hotel, including the walls, ceilings, and tapestries.
“Discover Hanoi from our new city hotel, with a visionary design that uniquely combines traditional Vietnamese culture with contemporary flair. Modern yet timeless, matching the lifestyle of modern-day travelers, Grand Mercure Hanoi is the perfect base from which to explore Vietnam’s captivating capital and its rich heritage,” said Andre Erasmus, general manager of the new Grand Mercure Hanoi.
Accor is one of the leading hospitality companies in Vietnam, with 40 hotels and a strong pipeline of 40 projects across the country. Grand Mercure Hanoi is the group’s eighth hotel in Vietnam’s capital city.