A charming city with a diverse culture and active lifestyle, Hanoi is embracing its county’s efforts to create a sustainable travel experience to protect its people, natural environment and the economy.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts operates two properties in the capital city of Vietnam, with a local team that will ensure you make the most of your visit. About a two-and-a-half hour drive towards the coast, you will find the UNESCO World Heritage listed Ha Long Bay, where Wyndham has recently opened Hotel Sol Halong, Trademark Collection by Wyndham. The hotel provides the perfect launch pad to discover the idyllic emerald waters, limestone peaks and lush rainforests.
Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi
With views for days, the hotel’s guest rooms, restaurants and infinity pool provide luxury at its best, overlooking the beauty of Hanoi, where distant rolling hills meet the city’s vibrant skyline. The hotel is located on Giang Vo lake in the central district of Hanoi so start your active travel experience by taking a stroll or a bike ride around the picturesque lake.
Keep strolling to nearby local restaurants and food stalls to sample the delicious array of local Vietnamese cuisine while meeting some truly amazing locals who work hard every day to support themselves and their families, and of course provide you with delicious tastes unlike anywhere else.
Speaking of local cuisine, spoil yourself with dinner at Dolce by Wyndham’s Majesty All Day Dining restaurant which offers crafted local Vietnamese dishes guaranteed to inspire your journey through the country. (Dolce by Wyndham Hanoi Golden Lake pictured below...)
You can’t go past one of the most iconic cultural experiences Vietnam has to offer – water puppetry. Thang Long Water Puppet theatre, also located close to Dolce by Wyndham, is the best place to witness this traditional art form. The Vietnamese tradition of water puppetry dates back to the 11th century when the rice fields flooded and the villagers stood in water performing with puppets. Make sure you book in advance as tickets sell fast.
Water puppetry is a long standing tradition of Vietnam
Once you’ve explored the Old Quarter, head to Wyndham Garden Hanoi to check in for the next two days. This inviting hotel is located near My Dinh National Stadium, Van Phuc silk village, and Hanoi Museum, all very popular cultural attractions to get you in touch with the locals and their way of life.
Wyndham Garden’s Silk Garden restaurant offers a la carte fusion menus with themed buffets and lively music completing the welcoming atmosphere, providing the perfect spot to unwind with delicious food and good company. (Wyndham Garden Hanoi pictured below.)
What better way to stay active on your holiday then by trekking through the mountain ranges, marvelling at the diversity of ecosystems and relics from centuries ago. There are botanical gardens, natural spring baths and caves, just to name a few attractions.
Finish your evening with drinks in our indoor lounge and rooftop terrace, Twilight Bar which offers great drinks, luxury furnishings, fabulous views, and a relaxing atmosphere. The rooftop offers a magical 360-degree view of the city skyline, while you enjoy signature cocktails and more.
Northern Vietnamese spring rolls are just one of the many local dishes you must try
Plan your long-awaited getaway across the Asia-Pacific and enjoy savings on our Best Available Rate. For a limited time, get 10% off one night, 15% off two consecutive nights, or 20% off three or more consecutive nights at participating Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. Plus, earn Wyndham Rewards points for your stay. Book and complete your stay by 30 September 2022.