Hanoi Daewoo Hotel

Boasting the largest room inventory in Hanoi, Daewoo Hotel blends contemporary decor and traditional Vietnamese art into luxury. The hotel of choice for famous visitors such as Bill Clinton, Vladimir Putin, Miss Universe 2008 and other foreign dignitaries and royalty, every guest receives the same unparalleled service. Facilities include meeting rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, indoor driving range, three dining venues and complimentary shuttle buses to downtown.

Hanoi Daewoo Hotel overlooks Thu Le Lake and provides guests with a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of central Hanoi. With 411 rooms including non-smoking rooms, every business or leisure traveller is sure to be well-catered to at Hanoi Daewoo Hotel. Enjoy conference and banquet facilities and fine dining at Silk Road Chinese Restaurant and Cafe Promenade. Work out in comfort at the state-of-the-art fitness centre and aerobics studio. For an elegant room with a view by the lake, choose Hanoi Daewoo Hotel.

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