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Hanoi hotels

Hanoi has a far different feel from its decadent southern cousin, Ho Chi Minh City. It's more serious, and more staid. Given its status as the nation's capital, its hotels cater as much to diplomats, consultants, and business executives as they do to tourists. Although security, tech offerings, and room service are top-notch, hotels in Hanoi generally favor function over form. Spas and swimming pool are an afterthought, and you usually have to look outside of your hotel for aesthetic fulfillment. Thankfully, Hanoi is Vietnam's center for fine arts, so you've got countless muesums, galleries, restaurants, and shops all just outside the lobby.

More than a half-century of Communist control has left Hanoi without a grand-hotel legacy, with the exception of the Metropole. But since the mid-1990s, when the Metropole was the only tourist-worthy inn in town, Hanoi has experienced a hotel building boom that shows no signs of stopping. In June 2008 InterContinental announced plans for Vietnam's tallest hotel, the 1,102-foot Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower. The 70-story structure, to rise in west Hanoi adjacent to the convention center, is expected to open in 2011.

For now, international-standard hotels are clustered in the French Quarter south of Hoan Kiem Lake or along the eastern shores of West Lake. With a few exceptions, most of the self-styled "boutique hotels" are actually upmarket backpacker places. Budget accommodation is concentrated north and west of Hoan Kiem Lake.

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Church Hotel, Hanoi

One of the few Hanoi hotels to live up to its boutique billing, this 26-room property appeals to independent travelers seeking style and location on a moderate...more

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De Syloia, Hanoi

A ten-minute stroll south of Hoan Kiem Lake, this 33-room hotel appeals to travelers who want the feel of an urban boutique hotel in a neighborhood that hasn't...more

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Hilton Hanoi Opera, Hanoi

This luxurious property, adjacent to the Opera House, has an impressive faux-colonial exterior and a sumptuous lobby. The hotel offers five-star accommodation...more

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Hotel Nikko Hanoi, Hanoi

This hotel is Japanese owned and feels it, with a minimalist design and a pocket-size Japanese garden next to the light-filled lobby. The rooms are simple but...more

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Melia Hanoi, Hanoi

The likes of Princess Anne of the United Kingdom and members of the Brunei royal family have rested their crowned heads in this slick, 22-story hotel....more

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InterContinental Hanoi Westlake, Hanoi

Sublime settings among city hotels are rare, and none outdoes this site: Overlooking the 800-year-old Golden Lotus Pagoda on Hanoi's largest lake, it is ten...more

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Sofitel Metropole Hanoi, Hanoi

Despite fierce competition from new luxury rivals, the ideally located Metropole remains the most prestigious address in Hanoi for diplomats, celebrities, and...more

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