Launched 20 years ago, the royal room at a hotel in Hanoi has been used by over 70 heads of state and senior leaders of many countries.
Hanoi’s Royal Room that served over 70 chiefs of state
Part of the room for heads of state at the Daewoo Hotel (Kim Ma Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi). This is one of the first 5-star hotels in the capital, inaugurated in 1996.
This hotel used to welcome many international high-ranking politicians such as former US President Bill Clinton, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Hu Jintao and President of Brazil Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva …
The Royal Suite is the most luxurious room in the hotel and it is also honored to serve more than 70 heads of state, and senior politicians of countries worldwide.
Located on the 17th floor, the penthouse has big glass windows and a large balcony faces three sides. One side is the bustle of the city, the other is the peace and tranquility of the green park and the lake of Thu Le.
Inside the room
The 288 m2 room has two living rooms, three bedrooms, a modern bathroom, a kitchen, a dressing room with many wardrobes.
The desk is next to the living room. A large bedroom decorated in royal style. The furniture was imported from South Korea in the 1990s. The dressing room with many wardrobes adjoining the main bedroom. The modern bathroom.
The kitchen. It still uses the old technology from the 1990s such as electric stove matchng the interior design of the room. The bedroom for assistants, bodyguards or secretaries of politicians. The second living-room can also be used as a meeting room, or a dining room for 8 to 10 people.
The lounge at the main entrance. It is considered one of the most luxurious hotel rooms in Hanoi.