Situated in the beautiful Hoan Kiem District, Silk Queen Grand Hotel provides one of the most unforgettable staying experiences in Hanoi, Vietnam. The hotel offers unmatched hospitality and grace of the country to ensure a memorable stay during your visit. Since the hotel is near Hanoi’s Old Quarter, you’ll stay luxuriously while fully embracing historic Vietnam. The hotel also commits to providing you with an extensive range of amenities and modern room options.
Consisting of 88 elegant guestrooms, you’ll get a pleasant sleep experience, spacious bathrooms, and enthralling Asian-inspired décor. In addition, each room is furnished with the standard facilities: IDD telephone, 48-inch flat-screen TV, digital safe deposit box, minibar, and fridge. The offered room types are:
● Deluxe Room
Available in 23 units, Deluxe rooms offer ten doubles with one queen-size bed and 13 twins with two single beds. The place is suitable for you who wish for tranquil and quietness.
● Premium Deluxe
Premium Deluxe rooms come in 12 doubles and 18 twins, making it 30 units in total. Available with windows, you can wake up and look outside to the sky for the rising sun every morning.
With a total of 20 units, Executive rooms consist of 8 double bedrooms and 12 twin rooms. Situated from the fifth to the ninth floor of the hotel, This room choice has an exceptionally fine view of the Hanoi panorama.
● Premium Executive
Only available in 5 units, you can choose to book Premium Executive either in 2 doubles or 3 twin rooms. Greet the lively vibe of Hanoi from your window in this spacious 40 square meter room
● Family Room
If you’re travelling with the whole family members, you can book a Family Room from any of the 7 available units. According to your choice, you can choose a room either with one twin and one double or three twin beds.
● Silk Queen Signature Suite
It is the most spacious room in the hotel. It features a king-sized luxury bed, complete with private balcony and terrace facing the Hoan Kiem Lake. With only three available units, the room strives to provide you a whole experience in Hanoi with both contemporary designs and bright colours.
Every room in Silk Queen Grand Hotel is well-equipped with a couple of wooden chairs, a coffee table, and a marble bathroom that comes with a high-pressure shower. You can ask for a maximum of one extra bed in a room with US$17 (approximately S$24). Baby cots are also available.
Enjoy other benefits like complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access, welcome fruit upon arrival, daily complimentary buffet breakfast and two bottled waters, and 24-hour power backup. All rooms have also been equipped with a work desk with lamp, coffee and tea maker, weighing scale, hairdryer and toiletries, shaver outlet (220 volts), security peephole, electronic key card system, and electrical adaptor.
Silk Queen Grand Hotel doesn’t just provide comfort within their rooms, but they also strive to please the guests and visitors in public areas with excellent facilities! You can enjoy a year-round outdoor pool, restaurant, and spa centre. Services provided include a 24-hour front desk, laundry, dry cleaning, airport transfer, fitness centre with gym and workout room, a business centre with Internet access, and meeting rooms. The rooftop pool, bar, lounge, and rooftop terrace shouldn't be missed either.
To get to the hotel, you can book a flight to Noi Bai International Airport (airport code: HAN) in Hanoi. The airport consists of two terminals (T1 and T2). The two serve domestic and international routes, welcoming 15 million passengers annually. Additionally, this is the second-largest transport hub in Vietnam after Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City. You can expect to arrive at the hotel after a 40-minute drive (28km) from there.
For local attractions near Silk Queen Grand Hotel, you can kickstart your adventure from the city's famous tourist destination and business hub, Hanoi Old Quarter (Hoan Kiem District). Visiting Hanoi Old Quarter is always a classic topic among travellers. In context, Hanoi experienced French colonial rule from 1883 to 1945, and this destination is one of the few in Hanoi itself filled with French-colonial architecture and a rich cultural and culinary heritage. All it takes to reach the Old Quarter is a short 7-minute long drive (2km).
Another picturesque attraction is the Temple of Literature, a well-preserved site initially constructed as a university dedicated to Confucius, scholars, and sages in 1070. You can find the traditional-style of Vietnamese architecture and literature here, like those from Ly and Tran dynasties, the Well of Heavenly Clarity, and passageways once used by the royalty. It is also a relatively short 11-minute drive (3km) from the hotel.
Activities-wise, you can consider shopping at Dong Xuan Market, the largest indoor market on the edge of the Old Quarters. You only need to drive for about 7 minutes (2km) to get here. Standing since the late 19th-century, you can find a wide selection of souvenirs, fabrics, and electronics on sale, as well as a specific section dedicated to local ingredients produces, like seafood, meat, vegetables, and plants.
Another must-see destination is the beautiful Hanoi Opera House, a building wrapped in Hanoi-European ambience, a short 5-minute drive (1km) from the hotel. Its breathtaking beauty is a piece of neo-classical French architecture established in 1911. Here, you’ll see the classical performance of actors, dancers, and musicians entertaining 600 audience, which mostly recounts the cultural and historical story of Vietnam under French rule.
You also shouldn’t miss watching Water Puppet Show in Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre. About a 3-minute drive (850m) from the Silk Queen Grand Hotel, watch this unique theatrical experience of eight puppeteers controlling their puppets with a pool of water as the stage. This show used to be entertainment among Hanoi villages back when the rice fields got flooded. While working hard to re-grow the rice, they would play the puppet show over the flood surface to bring a little joy in the dire situation.
Situated in an excellent location in the heart of Hanoi with accessibility to many interesting places, it’s no wonder that Hanoi travellers are going back again to this hotel. The rooms are thoroughly cleaned, and the bathrooms are well equipped as well. The hotel is near to the lake, markets, local restaurants, and the centre of the old quarter. The staff is friendly and helpful with every request, so feel free to ask them for anything. What you pay will exceed your expectations once you arrive here!