IHG opens Vietnam’s highest hotel in Hanoi

A new luxury hotel in Hanoi has set a record as the country’s highest.

nterContinental Hanoi Landmark72 is opened at the Keangnam Landmark 72 tower in Hanoi on September 21. (Photo: I​HG)

nterContinental Hanoi Landmark72 is opened at the Keangnam Landmark 72 tower in Hanoi on September 21. (Photo: I​HG)

Perched atop the iconic tower Keangnam Landmark72, InterContinental Hanoi Landmark 72 – a property of the international luxury InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) - held its grand opening ceremony on September 21. 

The hotel occupies the 62nd to 71st floors. Located in the new central business district of West Hanoi, the hotel features 359 sophisticated and luxurious rooms – all with unparalleled views of the city skyline.

The hotel’s 71st floor is home to one of the largest Club InterContinental spaces for guests to enjoy exclusive privileges.

Its four vibrant restaurants and bars, including a steakhouse, are the perfect place to relax or entertain while enjoying unique views from the height of 346 metres above the city.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, General Manager of the InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72 said: “The InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72 is one of the most impressive InterContinental hotels in the region. Our position at the Landmark72 lets us offer the finest facilities and amenities for both business and leisure travellers to truly experience the glamour of the InterContinental life and we are confident that the hotel will soon become one of the city’s icons of modern luxury travel.”

The Hive Lounge features beehive-inspired design and architecture.

To celebrate the grand opening, guests who book from now until October 31 can enjoy the promotion rate at 2,484,000 VND (108 USD) per night.

The wider Landmark72 complex comprises retail, commercial, and entertainment offerings, including a variety of meeting spaces ranging from 70 to 920 square metres.


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