Serviced apartments for Japanese in Hanoi – 8-story building with cafe and tea room

PUBLISHED Mar 10, 2021

Inside the guest room at LE Apartment

It has been a month and a half since the opening of LE Apartment, serviced apartments for Japanese people in Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi.

LE Apartment opened on January 21. It was named LE after the last name of the company’s president and it is also “compact and stylish in appearance, and above all, easy for customers to remember,” said Truong, a sales representative of LE who speaks Japanese.

The building is eight stories high, with a construction area of 90 square meters and a total floor area of 1,000 square meters. It has a cafe on the first floor that serves coffee and sweet treats such as Baumkuchen, and a tea room, or Chashitsu, on the second floor that is open to all guests. The guest rooms are situated from the third floor upwards, and each floor has two rooms, with a total of 12 rooms. The rates are 800,000 dongs per night and 14 million to 18.4 million dongs per month.

The rooms are minimalist-style studios with white and brown tones, each with an area of 30 square meters. “Each room faces south, so there is natural light and good ventilation,” said Truong. All the rooms are equipped with a private bathroom, balcony, furniture, TV, washer/dryer, appliances, and dishes, and are cleaned three times a week. The bed linen is changed every week.

“LE apartment is located in the second most sought-after serviced apartment area in Hanoi, overlooking Reunion Park and Thien Quang Lake, a popular recreational area for residents. There are many restaurants, Japanese supermarkets, and shopping malls within walking distance, and the Old Quarter and the city center can be reached by taxi for around the cost of .the initial fare. We look forward to seeing you.”

Reception hours: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

  • The exterior of LE Apartment

  • The guest room of LE Apartment

  • The bathroom of LE Apartment

  • The balcony of LE Apartment

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