Phu Nhuan Hotel New

Situated in a quiet area in Hoang Cau, Phu Nhuan Hotel New is 5 km from the Old Quarter. The hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout its premises.

What's Nearby

Ao Ta Restaurant

Located in a crowded Hanoi neighbourhood crackling with energy, Ao Ta has been serving traditional Vietnamese food since 2009. Their goal is to int...

Com Chay Ha Thanh

This vegetarian restaurant in Hanoi offers vegan and faux fish and egg selections. For carnivorous appetites Com Chay Ha Thanh specialises in mock ...

Ngon Pho

The concept behind Ngon Pho is a simple one: take the best that Vietnamese street food has to offer and recreate it to the highest possible standar...

Ren

Recommended by Japanese expatriates, Ren is a small and delicious Japanese restaurant near Hanoi's Temple of Literature. Established by a former ch...

Grill 63

With fine cuts of steak and a premium wine list from all around the world, Grill 63 satisfies even the pickiest eaters. Located on the 63rd floor o...

Tim Ho Wan

The world famous dim sum house in Hong Kong has finally arrived in Hanoi. Try the famous baked bun with BBQ pork or steamed dumpling with shrimp. L...

Mercure Terrace Café

Previously know as Brasserie le Pavillon Restaurant, Mercure Terrace Café has one of the best corners in Mercure Hanoi La Gare. Near th...

Thien Phat Vegetarian Restaurant

This restaurant takes vegetarian cuisine to another level altogether. They take their passion for healthy, decorative and tasty cuisine and combine...

Au Lac Do Brazil

Serving Hanoi’s first and only authentic Brazilian BBQ, this centrally located restaurant serves a real Churrascaria with traditional meat cu...

Ionah

Star Galaxy Theater and Convention87 Lang Ha, HanoiEvery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p.m Ionah is the name of the current production runni...

Winner's Club

Are you game for an exciting night out at one of the biggest slot centres in the capital city? Then head to Winner's in Hanoi Hotel Club. The v...

Hanoi Star Bowl

An unabashed tribute to the bowling alleys that once dominated Western culture, Hanoi Star Bowl has the lanes, the tunes and the decor to transport...

Observation Deck at The Lotte Center Hanoi

The Lotte Center Hanoi is a relatively recent addition to the Hanoi skyline, opened in 2014. Standing at 272 metres, it dominates the area of Ba...

Menard Spa

With locations all throughout the city, guests have access to a variety of high quality products and services. What separates Menard Spa from its c...

Win's Club

The newest casino slot centre in Hanoi, Win's Club in Moevenpick Hotel boasts two sparkling roulette machines where you can test your luck and ...

Cheo

Cheo is a form of satirical musical theatre traditionally performed in the countryside of northern Vietnam by travelling touring companies, though ...

Stardust E-Gaming Club

Las Vegas in Hanoi! Stardust E-Gaming Club is an authentic casino-style gaming arena located in Melia Hanoi Hotel. It features casino gaming, lucky...

Amadora Wellness & Spa

The architectural and design themes of Amadora Wellness & Spa in Hanoi, showcase a combination of Champa artistry and Western modern styles. In...

Hanoi Night Club

Looking for somewhere to party the night away or enjoy a few delicious cocktails? Head to Hanoi Night Club in Hanoi Hotel, the most exclusive night...

Top of Hanoi

The highest open air brasserie & bar in Vietnam, Top of Hanoi, is located on the rooftop of Lotte Hotel Hanoi. Breathtaking 360 degree views of...

Pharaoh's Bar & Upper

Located on the 63rd & 64th floor of the newly opened Lotte Hotel Hanoi, this Egyptian themed bar offers a unique panoramic city view. Together ...

The Rooftop Hanoi

Tucked away just outside the backpackers’ area of Hanoi, on a street lined with five-star hotels and office buildings, The Rooftop on the nin...

The Hanoi Social Club

This eclectic bohemian cafe is a haven for Hanoi’s creative types. Order an I.P.A. beer or a craft cocktail and head to the green leafy beer ...

Starbucks Coffee

With 3 locations in central Hanoi, Starbucks offers a wide range of coffees, teas, Frappuccino® and juices. Each store also has freshly baked p...

Pasteur Street Brewing Co.’s Hanoi Tap Room

New Location for Craft Brews in Hanoi Since Pasteur Street Brewing Co. started crafting its innovative brews in 2014, it has developed more than 5...

WannaWaffle?

This is the first chain in Hanoi to focus on serving delicious waffles. Crisp outside, soft inside, these waffles pair great with gelato and oth...

Joma Bakery Cafe

Established in 2009 Joma offers a slice of North American cafe culture in Hanoi. The coffee bar is passionate about serving heavenly coffee and fre...

Contemporary Art

It would not be an exaggeration to say that Hanoi's contemporary art scene has exploded in recent years, with galleries popping up faster than ...

Maison Marou Hanoi

Vietnam is full of surprises. In 2011, two friends, both from France, came up with a simple, yet brilliant idea during a trip in the jungle: to use...

Apricot Gallery in Hanoi

Featuring works by some of the most prominent modern artists in Vietnam, Hanoi's Apricot Gallery holds a diverse collection spread over three floor...

Ipa Nima Hanoi

Ipa-Nima Hanoi, now an international fashion label, originated in Vietnam. Their products feature eye-catching bags and accessories adorned with un...

Kana

From simple silk dresses to brightly printed headbands, Kana in Hanoi has something for every size and taste. The line of flattering basics arrange...

Mekong Quilts

Specialising in high-quality, hand-stitched bed covers, baby quilts, accessories and giftware, Mekong Quilts' products are handmade by rural women ...

Silk

Originating from the cocoon of the silk worm, this luxurious fabric was once reserved for those of noble blood. Luckily, nowadays anyone can pick u...

Ginkgo T-Shirts Hanoi

Ginkgo has been producing and selling high-quality clothing from their fashion stores in Vietnam since 2007. Established in Ho Chi Minh City, they ...

Huong’s Jewellery

Huong has been in the business of jewellery making since she 18 years old, when she took over the family shop in Hanoi. Before the the showcase ...

Temple of Literature

Vietnam's first university, the oldest sections of Van Mieu date from 1070, but only four of the interlocking courtyards survived French bombin...

My Thuat Museum

A good introduction to Vietnamese painting, lacquer and ceramics, the collection inside Hanoi's My Thuat Museum includes everything from 1,000 year...

Ho Chi Minh Museum

Dedicated to Vietnam's founder, this museum in Hanoi is worth a visit mostly for its hallucinatory third floor exhibitions which include everything...

One Pillar Pagoda

The original Buddhist pagoda was built in 1049 by Emperor Ly Thai Tong to mark the birth of his heir after a dream in which a goddess gave him a so...

Cot Co Tower

The flag tower, or Cot Co, was a later addition to the Hanoi Citadel complex, built by Emperor Gia Long with the help of French engineers in 1805. ...

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

Silence reigns as visitors file by the preserved body of Vietnam's revered leader, Ho Chi Minh. The long lines and quick glimpse are worth it; ...

Quan Su Pagoda

The headquarters of the Buddhist Church of Vietnam, Quan Su Pagoda doesn't boast a long history or impressive architecture, but it is one of Hanoi'...

Ba Dinh Square

All men are created equal! On September 2, 1945, Ho Chi Minh read Vietnam's Declaration of Independence from the spot where the mausoleum now s...

Ho Chi Minh's House

Built as a representation of a traditional stilt house in 1958 for then-president Ho Chi Minh, who preferred the gardener's hut to the opulent Pres...

Contact

07/68/34 Hoang Cau, Hanoi, Vietnam