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Oozing with charm

Vietnam’s capital is one of Asia’s most beautiful cities and the perfect starting point for any Vietnamese journey. While Hanoi may be considerably quieter than Ho Chi Minh City it has an engaging atmosphere and is an amazing place to experience with its array of broad boulevards, elaborate temples, ornate pagodas, glistening lakes and colonial buildings.

Why visit Hanoi?

  • Wealth of history
  • Colonial buildings
  • Unique theatre
  • Cultural monuments
  • Great food
  • Good base for SaPa, Ninh Binh and Halong Bay
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Sofitel Legend Metropole, Hanoi

The Prestige Collection - for those who demand the ultimate in luxurious accommodation

Located in the heart of Hanoi, near Hoan Kiem Lake and the magnificent Opera House, this famous French colonial-style hotel, is one of the region's few remaining hotels of its era.

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The facts:

Getting there: Hanoi is approximately 11.5 hours flight (non-stop) from the UK.

Best time to travel: Hanoi has four seasons. Temperatures from December to February can be chilly (yes really – jumpers and light jackets are required!) with temperatures around 20ºC, however humidity is low and rainfall is lower. April and May bring warmer temperatures, with a slight increase in rainfall. June through to August are the hottest months with temperatures averaging 33ºC with high humidity and regular downpours. September to November as well as March see the temperatures and humidity start to decrease.

Hanoi climate:

Hanoi Climate Chart