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Novotel Suites Hanoi Opens

AccorHotels launches a new hotel in Hanoi, opening its very first Novotel Suites in Asia. Novotel Suites Hanoi delivers comfortable stays for both short and long term guests, especially designed for business clients. Additionally, the hotel provides personalized features, including further supporting Novotel's well-known family program offered by the brand.

Novotel Suites Hanoi is positioned on Duy Tan Street, a fast growing and developed economic area surrounded by business buildings and found close to industrial zones. Novotel signed a management contract at the end of 2014 and brought forth accommodations in the first quarter of 2016. The hotel offers 151 comfortable units including the contemporary "Live N Dream" studio rooms and one to three bedroom apartments. Each studio comes fully equipped with a kitchenette within at least 32-square meters of space. Additionally, each apartment offers ergonomic comfort to guests including a walk-in closet, separated living area, and more.
"Here our guests are able to create their own special world, blending a warm and friendly feel of home," said Mr. Thierry Le Ponner, General Manager of Novotel Suites Hanoi. "This hotel is opening a new horizon of living experience for clients who come to Hanoi for business purposes and also for their families in long term."

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