Stayed here one night in March 2012 due to a change in plans. It's a JAL owned hotel and appears to be aimed at the Japanese business visitor. We arrived late and because the regular rooms had all gone we were upgraded at no cost. The hotel is clean, well equipped and the restaurant breakfast provided a good choice for most people. It is a little remote from some of the tourist areas but if you are on an organised tour this makes no difference and if you need to move around the City the taxi service is good and cheap although there is the usual language problem best dealt with by writing down your destination or better still get the hotel team to do it for you. Carry a hotel card to get back again. As ever the staff in these hotels do try to please.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Conveniently located in downtown Hanoi, Hotel Nikko Hanoi is close to prominent office locations, historic sites and popular shopping areas. Set amongst parks and lakes the hotel is a quiet retreat of serenity and comfort from the city’s vibrant streets.From the moment you are welcomed into the Hotel’s spacious Lobby, you will be surrounded by Vietnamese charm and traditional Japanese hospitality.The hotel features 257 generously sized and beautifully decorated guest rooms and suites with Hanoi City or Thong Nhat Park views.Whether your travel plans include meetings, conventions or leisure, the hotel can accommodate you in style and comfort - while offering a variety of amenities to make your stay a most rewarding one. ... more less
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