Sofitel Plaza Hanoi Debuts New Look, Polished Service


Overlooking two legendary lakes and the Red River, Hanoi’s Sofitel Plaza on West Lake now embodies contemporary French elegance and Vietnamese charm. Architect Victor Loh brought a new energy to the hotel with polished marble floors, dark wood furniture and Oriental décor. The hotel’s most sought-after Luxury Club Rooms are more open and spacious, with spectacular views, larger minibars, a built-in connectivity hub, and a palette of earth tones, pale yellow, and vibrant purple accents. An added perk - those staying in Luxury Club Rooms on the 15th to 18th floors have access to Club Sofitel, a business and social venue with tropical décor and iMacs for guest use. 

The hotel's fine dining venue, Ming Restaurant, is newly outfitted with silver-detailed seats, a line of potted bonsai, and a charming tea lounge. The breath-taking Summit Lounge also boasts a new look, with an illuminated arched ceiling and lush sofas, all in deep purples, blues, and reds. Venture to the outdoor wooden deck for mesmerizing views of the Hanoi skyline. A lengthy bar, culinary cocktails, and a dedicated DJ booth ensure a good time at this lofty penthouse haven. Those visiting on business can head to one of the hotel's nine meeting rooms, including the Library, which holds a six-person board table, sofa setting, and a 50-inch television.

To top it all off, the Sofitel Plaza Hanoi carried out a fresh round of service training for all levels of its staff.

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