Theatrical Splendor: This glamorous hotel turns a stay into an experience. Over a thousand pieces of operatic memorabilia and thematic interiors ensconce guests in Bill Bensley’s vision of opera’s golden days passed.
Location: Just a mere steps away from the iconic Hanoi Opera House, the Capella Hanoi sits in the prestigious Hoan Kiem quarter, offering guests convenient access to cultural highlights, shopping, and restaurants.
Curated Culture: Capella Hotel Group’s focus on cultural experiences is a cornerstone at each of its properties. From intertwining local culture in the property design to bringing local cuisine to its house restaurant and bar menus, Capella’s Culturists further enhance guests’ stays with complimentary Rituals and Programming curated to furture explore the local culture.
There are 15 Premier Rooms measuring 377 square feet (35sqm), each with an elegant iron-wrought French balcony to enjoy the residential courtyard view. Striking art-décor interiors, hand-painted murals displaying scenes of an era long forgotten as well as artworks celebrating Opera vibrant characters decorate the room. Furnishings include a plush king-sized bed, marble bathroom with bathtub and shower, mini bar, and other modern conveniences.
The four Junior Suites measure 635 square feet (59sqm), each stylized with bold geometric patterns and fitted with a separate living room, bedroom with work area, and French balcony facing the Hoan Kiem neighborhood.
The four Premier Suites measure 721 square feet (67sqm), fitted with a separate living room, dining room with elegant pantry, and bedroom with King-size bed. Views from the french balcony look over the Hoan Kiem neighborhood.
Similar to the Premier Suites, the 16 Deluxe Suites also measure 721 square feet (67sqm) and offer views overlooking the Hoan Kiem neighborhood. It is also fitted with a separate living room, dining room with pantry, and the bedroom has twin-size beds.
The four Capella Suites are each nestled in the corner, offering ultimate seclusion for guests seeking intimate luxury and privacy. This spacious suite measures 893 square feet (83sqm), encompassing a living room, dining room, and bedroom with King-bed. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the bedroom let in natural sunlight while commanding views of the surrounding greenery.
The property’s top floor is home to its four Opera Suites, all boasting an expansive alfresco terrace and each uniquely-styled in tribute to specific opera starlets. The Terrace Opera Suite is 797 square feet (74 sqm), dedicated to the Prince of Tartay. This spacious suite is fashioned with a living and dining room, bedroom with King-bed, and private alfresco terrace with views of Hoan Kiem neighborhood and its verdant foliage. The adjacent Classic Opera Suite, a tribute to Turandot, is slightly more spacious at 1023 square feet (95 sqm). The lavishly-appointed suite includes a full-sized bar in the dining room, a separate living space, bedroom with King-bed, and private alfresco terrace also with views of Hoan Kiem neighborhood. The Royal Opera Suite is an ode to famed storyteller Scheherazade, a refined space of 1324 square feet (123 sqm) which fits two bedrooms, living and dining areas, and full-sized bar stocked with Capella Hanoi’s handcrafted tipples. A custom-made marbled bathtub is perched on the private alfresco terrace for soaking under the stars. The Capella Hanoi’s largest and most exceptional suite is the Grand Opera Suite. Dedicated to Madama Butterfly’s tragic tale between East and West, the suite’s decor fuses Vietnamese accents overlaying French art-decor interiors. The extravagant space of 2088 square feet (194 sqm) features an open-plan living and dining room that can fit 10 guests. Perfect for entertaining, the suite comes with a well-equipped kitchen and a lavish outdoor bar. The private alfresco terrace is fitted with a rooftop jacuzzi for late-night revelry.
Auriga Spa delivers ultra-indulgent pampering fit for any stars. Spa treatments are designed following a celestial rhythm based on lunar phases. Each Auriga signature treatment is carefully crafted to take into account the impact these different cycles have on our physical and emotional well-being.
The stylized indoor pool features signature Bensley black-and-white striped marble flooring, plush lounges, and mirrors on the ceiling and walls to accentuate the space.
This 24-hour space invites guests to help themselves to famous literary titles and light refreshments, as well as partake in complimentary curated cultural experiences such as making Do paper fan, creating cocktails, and bubble tea.
Capella Hanoi’s signature restaurant, Backstage, features Vietnamese and international cuisine. Inspired by quintessential northern Vietnamese dishes, the region’s authentic flavors are infused with modern touches. The menu also includes Josper-grilled meats and seafood and vegan dishes.
An intimate bar serving hand-crafted 1920’s cocktails and Vietnamese-inspired tapas, the Diva’s Lounge is a glamorous drinking den invoking elegant art-deco days of yore. The bohemian cocktails and ambrosial sweets can be enjoyed bar-side or on the adjoining outdoor terrace.
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