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Accor reveals the first Fairmont city hotel to debut in Vietnam

Accor reveals the first Fairmont city hotel to debut in Vietnam

Accor, the leading international hotel operator in Vietnam, is readying to welcome the iconic Fairmont brand to the capital city, with the signing of a 241-room luxury hotel.  The Fairmont Hanoi is slated to open in 2024 and will be situated in the city centre, adjacent to Ly Thai To and Tran Nguyen Han streets.

Designed by the renowned Perkins Eastman and Aston Design, the architecture and interior design of Fairmont Hanoi is the result of extensive research into the culture and history of Thang Long. The hotel takes 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.

Located in the heart of Hanoi, only a 10 minute walk to Hoan Kiem Lake and the Old Quarter, Fairmont Hanoi offers close proximity to some of the most important governmental and business districts of the city. The hotel will feature extensive leisure and event facilities and is certain to become a favourite destination for both business and leisure travellers visiting the capital of Vietnam.

“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. A stay in any Fairmont hotel is truly unforgettable - our guests love to visit this collection of grand, awe-inspiring properties and appreciate the thoughtful service they receive each and every stay. Fairmont Hanoi will offer an experience that is steeped in local culture and is sure to become intrinsic to the local neighbourhood. The signing of this iconic address demonstrates our appreciation for Vietnam’s development of tourism and its ability to provide leading hotel standards,” said Garth Simmons, Chief Executive Officer of Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea.

Source: accor