A stay at the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi enables one to step into history and experience the timeless character, romance and elegance of Hanoi’s most storied 5-star hotel.
Located steps from the Opera House in Hanoi’s French Quarter, this hotel has been a prominent fixture in the city since 1901. The Sofitel Métropole is the work of two French entrepreneurs, André Ducamp and Gustave- Émile Dumoutier and was the first place in Indochina to present cinema screenings.
The Hotel Metropole Hanoi has a long tradition as a luxury venue for prestigious events and a popular location for business and leisure travellers such as playwrights, ambassadors and heads of state.
The hotel includes 364 rooms. The historic Metropole wing has 106 guestrooms and three Legendary Suites. The suites are named after famous residents and visitors to the hotel (Graham Greene, Charlie Chaplin, Somerset Maugham) and have access to the Club Lounge.
The contemporary Opera Wing offers 236 guestrooms and 18 suites, and one Grand Prestige Suite spans 176 square metres. Each room in the Opera Wing has been individually furnished and decorated in a neoclassical style.
The fifth, sixth and seventh floor are the Club Metropole Floors, and home to the Grand Premium Rooms, six Prestige Suites, and the Grand Prestige Suite – with exclusive luxuries and services such as a personal butler, afternoon tea, and evening cocktails.