What is special about Hanoi ?
The unique romance character of the capital of Vietnam lies in the gentle pace and the antique structures. The city personifies the spirit of Vietnam history in its fascinating blend of East and West, of Chinese influence and French colonization in the architecture of ancient temples, unspoiled monuments, modern museum, French-styled villas, and pockets of ancient culture along the narrow streets of the Old Quarter. Hanoi is fit for strolling and sitting, for reverence and reflection, for visiting and conversing.
One-Pillar Pagoda was built by Emperor Ly Thai Tong, who ruled from 1028 to 1054. After being repaired many times, the pagoda was destroyed by the French colonists in 1954. In 1955, the government has the pagoda rebuilt. The present wood pagoda is in the shape of square with each side of 3m and a curved roof. It was designed to resemble a lotus stretching up out of the square pond and placed on a big stone pillar including two blocks which are connected together skillfully. This stone pillar is approximately 4m high (excluding the underground section) and 1.2m in diameter.
Meeting Room Capacity
HANOI DAEWOO HOTEL *****
Total room number : 441 rooms & suites
01 ball room (559 m2 for max 550 pax in theatr style)
13 function rooms (57 m2/70 pax – 138 m2/120 pax max)
INTERCONTINENTAL HANOI WESTLAKE *****
Total room number : 359 rooms & suites
01 ball room (364 m2 for max 240pax in theatr style)
03 function rooms (54m2/48pax – 91m2/70pax max)
SHERATON HANOI HOTEL *****
Total room number : 299 rooms & suites
01 ball room (570 m2 for max 550 pax in theatr style)
03 function rooms (66 m2/45 pax each)
SOFITEL LEGEND METROPOLE HANOI *****
Total room number : 364 rooms & suites
03 function rooms (48 m2/32 pax – 80 m2/ 80 pax max)