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The Lotte Observation Deck is on the 65F, 267m high from the ground with large space.We have the Photo Zone in B1F, the Photo Counter and the Photo at Skywalk in the 65F so you can taking and buying photo, including photo frame. The Media Gallery is...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
54 Lieu Giai Street, Cong Vi Ward, Ba Dinh District | Lotte Centre, Hanoi 10000, Vietnam
A very good way to spend half an hour, and also very convenient since it’s on top of a shopping centre.
Amazing 360 degree view around Hanoi. Can see everything. The glass floor is also a fun challenge if you are up to it. Much...More
It was a very rainy day so we were looking for indoor things to do and spotted the Lotte Observation Deck on Tripadvisor.
The Lotte building is part of a huge complex, comprising a hotel, shopping mall and the observation deck, located on the 65...More
The Lotte building itself is very nice and modern, we went to the supermarket and the food court before going to the observation deck. You get an amazing 360 view of Hanoi! There are many photo opportunities with ‘love’ theme set ups. If you’re brave...More
A very impressive building in any country, this is the best view of the city, weather permitting, although our night time photos were not any good. Korean owned, the boss of the company was in the news for money fraud, but no word of that...More
I guess here is the only place where you can view the city from the top. View at night is more stunning compare in the evening/morning. We spent couples of hours until 8 where the light of the city is clearly bright. price of the...More
If you want a great view of Hanoi, this is the place!! Although it was slightly far from the Old Quarters which is where most tourists would be at, it was not bad a trip! This place would be good for seeing the sunset- hopefully...More
Went at night and the views of the city are great and was only 230k dong. Well worth a visit.
Only downside was when trying to take a picture, the reflection of the windows was constant which was a little annoying.
No you don't need a ticket to the roof top bar. You enter via the Lotte Hotel lobby and get the lift to the 63rd floor. You generally done need a reservation but it might be a good idea if you are having dinner there.