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Hotel De L'Opera is Unveiled in the Heart of Hanoi

11-16-2011 10:51 AM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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Hotel De L'Opera Hanoi

Hotel De L'Opera Hanoi

Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi is the latest member of the MGallery Collection of unique hotels in downtown Hanoi. Located just steps away from the iconic Hanoi Opera House within the historical precinct of Hanoi, the hotel takes guests on a journey to the past and into the charm and allure of ‘A Night at the Opera’.

“We are delighted with the addition of the Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi to the MGallery Collection,” says Patrick Basset, Vice President of Operations for Accor Vietnam, the Philippines, Japan and South Korea. “This recently opened hotel is sure to become a favourite with guests seeking individual and personalised experiences in an exceptional location in the historic capital of Vietnam. This is a boutique hotel in every sense and the first for the city of Hanoi.”

The 107 meticulously-designed guestrooms and suites, four of which are l’Opera Grand Suites with stunning views of the opera house, have an ambiance which blends a touch of French décor with the luscious operatic settings and the plush comfort of a sumptuous hotel of the 21st Century. Each guestroom has lavish amenities hand-picked for its quality, while its wooden floors compliment the finest Asian textiles and silks contributing to the room’s vibrant colours.

Olivier Delangre, General Manager of Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi, emphasizes that “Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi is a sophisticated reflection of the city. Striking colours, reflections and lush fabrics adorn the public spaces and accommodation rooms that isolate guests from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi. The service rituals in the hotel have been created to evoke all the glamour and anticipation of ‘A Night at the Opera’ within each experience.”

Operatic glamour in the heart of Hanoi
The hotel distils the best of Hanoi – colonial accents in the architecture and theatrical interior design of jewel tone accents and classic opera motifs juxtaposed with contemporary spaces for dining and entertaining. Contrasting the colonial exterior and entering the hotel through the atrium lobby, summons a feeling of a grand theatre foyer where artists and personalities might mingle while brushing shoulders with stars. Ball gowns and sequins do not feel foreign in this refined and glamorous space where a sense of fame befriends visitors.

Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi delivers its cuisine through lavish gastronomic venues - Café Lautrec offers `a la carte and buffet dining throughout the day as well as sumptuous Sunday Brunch; Satine, the hotel’s fine dining restaurant spills into a grand atrium within the heart of the hotel, serves Mediterranean dishes – classic cuisine with a contemporary twist with paired flights of wine; and the exclusive La Fee Verte (or the “Green Fairy”) a hotel bar with a twist with choices to satisfy discerning purveyors of beverages with aged spirits, extensive cocktails and imported wines.

The hotel’s meeting facilities of four rooms mimic elegant French salons with exclusive and flexible tailor-made services to facilitate small-to-medium size conferences, product launches and private events. The hotels leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool with open air terrace, an extensive day spa, gym, and a business centre.

MGallery is a collection of exceptional upscale hotels selected through their individualistic personality and characteristics. MGallery hotels are categorized according to four themes - vision, design, history and exceptional location. Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi is categorised under MGallery’s “exceptional location” and “design” hotels.

About Hanoi
Hanoi, which means “within rivers”, is an enchanting city with hundreds of serene lakes, scenic boulevards, a colonial heritage and communities with histories that go back over a thousand years. Located in the heart of Hanoi, the hotel is a walking distance to several city attractions, such as the Hanoi Opera House, the city’s Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Lake and the Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre.

MGallery is a collection of upscale hotels notable for their personalities, which will appeal to individual travellers seeking distinctive services or looking for a place with more soul. In the city centre as well as in tourist hotspots, each hotel in the collection offers a distinctive environment in which to fulfil an authentic experience that revolves around a philosophy of pleasure. Launched in September 2008 by Accor, it now covers five continents and will grow to over 150 locations by late 2015. Everything you need to know about MGallery hotels can be found at the website.

Accor, the world's leading hotel operator and market leader in Europe, is present in 90 countries with 4,200 hotels and more than 500,000 rooms. Accor's broad portfolio of hotel brands - Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery, Novotel, Suite Novotel, Mercure, Adagio, ibis, all seasons/ibis styles, Etap Hotel/ibis budget, hotelF1 and Motel 6 - provide an extensive offer from luxury to budget. With 145,000 employees worldwide, the Group offers to its clients and partners nearly 45 years of know-how and expertise.

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