Photo: Hanoi Aqua Central
Hanoi Aqua Central on Yen Phu Street launched in the capital.
Hanoi’s hotel and commercial apartment sectors have recently welcomed a newcomer in the form of the Hanoi Water Tower JSC, which has introduced the Hanoi Aqua Central five-star hotel and apartment complex.
The complex boasts a contemporary design and an elegant style, developed on 6,800 sq m at 44 Yen Phu Street in the capital.
Hanoi Aqua Central comprises one five-star hotel and one 21-storey apartment tower, offering a full suite of modern facilities: a shopping center, a supermarket, an indoor swimming pool, a gym, an outdoor play area, a kindergarten, and cafés and restaurants.
The apartment tower has 238 apartments and penthouses, all of which are meticulously designed to embody a sense of luxury and range from three to four bedrooms and 117 to 146 sq m, with interiors imported from Europe, Japan and the US.
The conceptual design space is a highlight of Hanoi Aqua Central. With a unique built-in garden, each apartment features an internal green space connected to an outdoor patio, maximizing natural light and ventilation.
The project developer has appointed Savills Vietnam as its lead sales and property management partner. Hanoi Aqua Central is expected to attract a considerable number of purchasers interested in high quality residential property in Hanoi’s city center.
Located near the Old Quarter, Hanoi Aqua Central has spectacular views overlooking the ancient streets, West Lake, Truc Bach Lake and Hoan Kiem Lake, and the Red River and Long Bien Bridge. Key locations in Hanoi are within easy reach and Noi Bai International Airport is only 30 minutes away.
Hanoi is still regarded as a market of potential for hotel developers. According to the Hanoi Statistics Office there were approximately 2.05 million international visitors to the capital in the second quarter, up 34 per cent year-on-year.
Among others, Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG) has also recently announced the launch of the Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts brand in Vietnam in the fourth quarter of this year with the introduction of Pan Pacific Hanoi.
The property, already a city icon, was acquired by PPHG in 2001 through a joint venture with the Hanoi Construction Corporation and has been operating as the Sofitel Plaza Hanoi in a prime location by West Lake.
“Having a brand-defining hotel in Hanoi is part of our strategy to establish our presence in key gateway cities in the Asia Pacific region,” said Mr. Bernold Schroeder, CEO of Pan Pacific Hotels Group. “We are committed to Vietnam as a strategic growth market as it ushers in a new phase of exciting developments in travel and tourism.”
Thirty-three projects are planned to enter the market from the third quarter onwards, of which 15 will supply approximately 4,700 rooms, according to Savills Vietnam.