Veshia Hotel opens in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, with shared kitchen & 2 restaurants

PUBLISHED Dec 2, 2022

Lobby of Veshia Hotel

On November 5, the Veshia Hotel (377 Hong Ha, Phuc Tan, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi) opened in Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.

The hotel is located in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, with an easy access to various tourist attractions such as the Long Bien Bridge, Thang Long Water Puppet Theater, and Night Markets. The modern interior, with a touch of Indochinese architecture, features a design based on brown and white tones. The hotel’s name derives from the Roman goddess “Vesta.”

The hotel has a total of 48 guest rooms. Room types include Deluxe with Window, Deluxe with Balcony, and Premier with Window with a city view. Prices range from 1,000,000 to 1,300,000 VND per night, depending on the time of year. Senior Suites and Family Suites are also available. All rooms are equipped with a refrigerator and Internet TV.

It also has a 24-hour shared kitchen and a business center. The front desk will provide information on tours and activities and offers airport transfers and visa extension services.

Two restaurants are located on the first and seventh floors. Veshia Restaurant on the first floor serves a breakfast buffet to guests and is open for lunch, dinner, and tea. Although the menu centers on Vietnamese dishes such as pho and bun cha, it also offers Western-style dishes such as salmon and Australian rib-eye beef steak. The seventh-floor Little Garden is an open space with a panoramic view of the Old City. In addition to tea time, customers can enjoy cocktails and local beer at night while admiring the city lights below.

  • The exterior of Veshia Hotel

  • Example of a guestroom at Veshia Hotel

  • Example of a room with a window at Veshia Hotel

  • Rooftop open space of Veshia Hotel