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Paloma Hotel Hanoi Vietnam

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The historic city center is within a five minute ride of the newly built luxury hotel. The Three Star Paloma Hotel is ideally situated on the most beautiful and serene bank of West Lake (Ho Tay Lake),

known as a location where many foreigners stay (Foreign Quarter). Next to our hotel are two of the most luxurious international Five Star hotels in Hanoi, the Sheraton Hanoi Hotel and the Intercontinental Hotel. From our location one can enjoy the beauty of the 800 year old Golden Lotus pagoda on Hanoi's largest lake, as well as other places of interest. One of the focal points of the Paloma Hotel is the view from both sides of the hotel, which overlook the spectacular scenery of the two surrounding lakes, and the roof top features a relaxing reading area facing the lake.

With twenty-three well appointed luxury rooms, plus the West Lake Lotus Conference Room on the roof top, the boutique Paloma Hotel offers our guests the most relaxing and comfortable accommodations in Hanoi. All rooms are elegantly decorated and feature state-of-the-art facilities and amenities such as free in-room DSL and wireless internet access, cable TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer, safety box, etc. From our two restaurants we serve both Vietnamese and Western Cuisine.
It is the ideal place for both leisure travelers and business visitors. We are looking forward to welcoming you at Paloma Hotel.
Come to us as guest, leave as family!

Accommodation:

  • ┬áSuperior Room
  • Deluxe Room
  • River View Deluxe Room
  • ┬áLake View Deluxe Room

Please contact us for the best price.

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