If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in Hanoi, look no further than Wyndham Gardens. Staying at Wyndham Garden Hanoi Vietnam will give you access to all the very best facilities you can possibly imagine on your holiday to Hanoi.
- Where is Wyndham Garden Hanoi?
- What was check-in like at Wyndham Garden Hanoi?
- The rooms at the best hotel to stay in Hanoi at
- Facilities at Wyndham Garden Hanoi
- Best features for families staying at Wyndham Garden Hanoi Vietnam
- The food at Wyndham Gardens Hanoi
- What other facilities does the Wyndham Garden have?
- Things to do in Hanoi with kids
- How to get to Hanoi
- Author bio:
A family holiday to Vietnam is high on many travelling parents wish lists and finding the perfect place to access all the amazing sights in Hanoi is absolutely simple when you are staying at Wyndham Garden Hanoi Vietnam. Below we have reviewed our stay at Wyndham Garden Hanoi for you.
Where is Wyndham Garden Hanoi?
The hotel is located in a progressive area outside the Hanoi City Centre. The hotel runs a shuttle bus a few times a day into the city for your convenience to access all the best things to see in Hanoi when you are staying at Wyndham Garden Hanoi Vietnam. This makes the hotel the best place to stay in Hanoi for families.
From Hanoi, Airport head South on AH 14, over the Nhat Tan bridge to Lang Rd. Turn right onto Thang Long Avenue. Turn left onto Cuong Kien St. Turn left onto Trung Van St. Turn right onto To Huu St. Hotel is on the right side of the road.
Wyndham Garden is one of the newer players on the block as far as hotels in Hanoi go. The Wyndham Hanoi hotel has been open for just over 2 years. It was built brand new from the ground up with all the latest modern features you would expect from Wyndham.
What was check-in like at Wyndham Garden Hanoi?
The staff greeted us as we arrived at the front door after getting out of our van from Halong Bay. Entering Wyndham Garden Hanoi I was struck by the open plan, the pops of colours, the bright and airy concept that a lot of reception areas are lacking. The big, long soft sofa’s and casual cafe “The Terrace” makes the lobby feel warm and welcoming immediately.
The kids were greeted just as the adults were, with the same welcoming smile. We love hotels that acknowledge the kids because we believe their opinion on where we stay is just as important as ours.
The rooms at the best hotel to stay in Hanoi at
The Wyndham Garden Hanoi has 112 rooms ranging from Deluxe Rooms to the Presidential Suite. We were located on the 17th floor in family-friendly joining rooms. Joining rooms are amazing for families and not all hotels feature them. We love it when we do find a hotel that does as we are then only separated by a door.
The rooms at Wyndham Garden features a massive king size bed for the parents. The adjoining kid’s room had 2 singles which the kids loved. We have stayed in hotels before where the adjoining family room was also a double bed. I know our kids love their own space, especially a bed.
The room featured a desk, big screen TV, safe, wardrobe, and suitcase rack. At Wyndham Garden Hanoi, the rooms had power boards on the wall with multipower adaptors. I was able to plug my Aussie power cords straight in, which allowed us to leave the adaptors in our bags. This awesome Hanoi hotel would be great for business travellers who need to work in their rooms. The board’s features were amazing, they included:
- HDMI to TV
- Audio to TV
- USB to TV
- Two universal power points
- Computer to TV
This was so handy for the kids who carry hard drives with their favourite movies and an HDMI port that we were able to use our Amazon Fire Stick in. This is one of the best things for families when staying at Wyndham Garden Hanoi Vietnam.
Facilities at Wyndham Garden Hanoi
- 24-Hour Reception Desk
- Airport Shuttle
- Fitness Center
- Laundry Service
- Room Service
- BBQ Grills
- Buffet Breakfast
- Currency Exchange
- Hot Tub Onsite
- Indoor Pool
- Tour/Ticket Assistance
- Near Public Transport
As you can see, Wyndham Garden really has everything a visitor to Hanoi needs. The hotel also runs a shuttle bus into the Hanoi Old Quarter a few times a day, which is a brilliant service when you are staying at Wyndham Garden Hanoi, Vietnam. It is free, and you just book it with the amazing customer service staff at the front desk.
A spa treatment at Wyndham Garden is a great mother-daughter activity. You can choose from a range of different options.
Best features for families staying at Wyndham Garden Hanoi Vietnam
The indoor pool and spa area were amazing. Located on the 6th floor the indoor location meant there is no need to worry about sunburn. Towels are located on the ends of the sun chairs for you to use and there are showers there as well so you can rise off. The pool has great views of the city.
The in-room TV has multiple channels for kids including MTV, Cartoon Network and National Geographic. If your kids travel with computers or tablets, there is a comfortable desk and chair to use while having fun on the internet or catching up on school work.
The food at Wyndham Gardens Hanoi
Wyndham Hotel Silk Garden Restaurant on floor 3 is open for all-day dining including breakfast, lunch and dinner. You will find the restaurant featuring booths, tables and chairs and even family booths with half bench seats and two lounge chairs. The area is big enough for families to sit together but not feel crowded at mealtimes.
We were lucky enough to be at the hotel on the weekend when they had their amazing seafood buffet on. We had lobster, prawns, oysters and more. The food was incredible and cooked fresh at times while we waited. One of our kids is fussy, so you can also order off the À la carte menu if the buffet is not for you.
The hot chocolate dessert in the Silk Garden Restaurant is all kinds of taste explosions in your mouth. A chocolate saucing pudding topped with your choice of flavoured ice cream
Breakfast was of a high standard at this top hotel in Hanoi, with cereal fruits, bread, fruits, hot foods both Western and Asian on offer. Not to forget the hot coffee on the free pour. Room service can be ordered 24 hours a day and the Terrace Café in the lobby has cake, ice cream and drinks.
What other facilities does the Wyndham Garden have?
On the 20th floor of the Wyndham Garden Hanoi Hotel, you will find the roof terrace Twilight Bar. It gives you a 360-degree view of the Hanoi city skyline. Open from 4 pm, you can sit either indoor or outdoor. Soft drinks, beers and cocktails are on the menu for you.
In the Wyndham Garden Hanoi twilight Bar, you can sit outside to keep the little ones cool, or you can enjoy a drink outside. Twinkling Fairy lights with the views over Hanoi on dusk was a beautiful way to end our days.
Probably the most popular thing was the New Zealand Natural Ice cream served in the Terrace Café. It is a delicious, smooth ice cream that is lovely on a hot day in Vietnam. This is the sort of thing that family friendly hotels in Vietnam must have for kids in Asia.
The Van Phuk Silk Weaving Village is located just around the corner from Wyndham Garden. They have been weaving silk since the 16th century. Today you will still see and hear the silk looms working as they did centuries ago.
Throughout our travels, we have stayed at Wyndham Group properties in Australia and Asia before. We have always found them to be of excellent quality, but most of all warm and welcoming to families who stay with them. You will find Wyndham garden locations all around the world waiting for you to stay at.
Things to do in Hanoi with kids
Hanoi, Vietnam is a fascinating city with rich history and culture. From the ancient temples to the bustling market streets, there are so many things to explore in this wonderful place. If you are planning a trip with your children, there are also plenty of Hanoi activities that will keep them engaged and entertained.
Children in Hanoi will love the waterpuppet show
Hanoi water puppet show is one of the most popular Hanoi attractions. This type of traditional Vietnamese theatre dates back to the 11th century and offers an entertaining way for kids in Hanoi to learn about local culture and customs.
Fun things to do in Hanoi – Vinpearl Land Water Park
Vinpearl Land Water Park is a large water park in Hanoi, Vietnam. This Hanoi water park is in the underground Vincom Mega Mall Royal City, the park has 14 different attractions. You can have fun in Hanoi on the twisted tube slide, superfast tube slide, superhighway slopes, diving pool, wave pool, surf pool, sports pool among others. Vinpearl is a great option to escape the heat of summer in Vietnam.
Hanoi hop on hop off Bus
Walking around Hanoi can be hot and taxing for children. The hop on, hop off bus gives you a chance to take in the sights of Hanoi in a double-decker bus. You can choose to sit in air-conditioned comfort at ground level or in the open-top section of the bus. Kids in Hanoi will enjoy the ride.
How to get to Hanoi
Noi Bai International Airport is your doorway to the best Wyndham hotel in Hanoi. It is the biggest airport in Vietnam and the 2nd busiest after Ho Chi Minh City. The airport is the main hub of Vietnam Airways, and a major hub of carriers Bamboo Airways, Jetstar Pacific and Vietjet Air.
Vietnam has an extensive train network that runs along the coast of Vietnam for Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi and on into China. Taking an overnight train is a popular way to travel to Hanoi from the south.
A network of sleeper buses traverses the country daily from north to south and beyond. This type of transport is popular with travellers on a budget. A bus from the central Vietnam city of Da Nang to Hanoi will take around 16 hours.
What currency do I need for my trip to Vietnam?
The official currency you need to use in Vietnam is the Vietnamese Dong. We recommend that you get a Revolut travel money card, that can be loaded with multiple currencies and has nearly non-existent withdrawal fees to save you money on your family trip to Vietnam.
We hope this post from us here at Wyld Family Travel has given you all the best information on choosing to stay at the Wyndham Garden in Hanoi when you visit Vietnam.
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Father, husband, traveller, and chief destination manager here at Wyld Family Travel. When Mark is not talking about travel or planning travel you will find him working in disability support. Mark is a family travel advocate, having travelled to over 45 countries with his kids from 10 months old, through to their teenage years. You will find his work here and on other popular websites.