The three-star Sunny Hotel Hanoi III in the city's opened in 2010. The hotel has exclusive decoration and quality of service.
Hotel built in 2010,
Number of floors: 11
Total number of rooms: 50
Number of single rooms: 10
Number of double rooms: 40, of which have 2 separate beds: 18, of which have a double bed: 23, of which are suitable as three-bed rooms: 4,
Number of suites (separate rooms): 5
Sunny Hotel Hanoi III consists of 50 rooms and suites. Each of them has a nice view, tasteful decoration, air-conditioner, cable TV, mini bar, IDD telephone, safety box. There are 30 Deluxes, 10 Executives, 05 Deluxe Suites, and 05 Sunny Suites which reflect the different styles of room for guests’ multiple requests at any level with an array of quality options depending on guests’ owned budget.
For business clients, there is also a business center on the first floor with ADSL internet access, facsimile, printing & photo copying services for any urgent business demand.
The SkyView Restaurant on the 11th floor serves both international and special Vietnamese cuisines from 06 AM until 10 PM daily. The Lobby Lotus Bar at Ground Floor is an ideal spot to sip a cocktail and to unwind after a busy day.
From the moment you are ushered to the Sunny Hotel III to the moment you bid farewell, you would be surely experienced in the best quality of services that’s so hard to leave.
It is located in the city centre, just 3 minutes by taxi to other surrounding businesses, and withing walking distance to main attractions as restaurant & bar,shopping centre & monument.
It takes you 35 minutes from Noi Bai Airport, 10 minutes from Hanoi Railway Station, 20 minutes from Luong Yen Bus Station, 15 minutes from Yen Phu bas station.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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