Vietnam – Last week saw the opening of JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi, an impressive reverse skyscraper structure gracing the Vietnamese city’s skyline.
The hotel, designed by Carlos Zapata Studio and evoking characteristics of a dragon, houses 450 rooms, six restaurants and bars offering a variety of cuisines from French and Cantonese to international.
It offers over 3600 sqm of flexible meeting space, with a total of 17 meeting rooms including two ballrooms measuring 1000 sqm and 480 sqm respectively with extensive public foyers. All meeting facilities are located on the ground floor, with a dedicated entrance and parking.
JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi is located in Hanoi’s new central business district, adjacent to the National Convention Center.
“Our goal is to offer consumers the world-class luxury choice of accommodation in Hanoi. In doing so, we want to be part of a growing contingent of hotel options helping to leverage hospitality standards in the city,” general manager Bob Fabiano said.