Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Hanoi

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Hanoi has been chosen especially for those travelling for business. Enjoy a cosy and convenient stay in our Hanoi accommodation with a kitchen, comfy bed, and private space. Our serviced apartments in Hanoi are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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Hanoi has grown in recent years to become an economic powerhouse. The city also offers a great mix of historical attractions and great nightlife.

About Hanoi

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Hanoi?

If you’re a business traveller who wants their own private space and something that’s different from your average hotel, Situ’s range of serviced apartments in Hanoi could be just what you’re looking for. Unlike standard hotel rooms, our serviced apartments offer a level of comfort, security, and independence that you are unlikely to experience in other forms of accommodation. We really can offer a genuine ‘home from home’ experience with a level of amenities more akin to a boutique hotel in Hanoi.  

Guests can expect apartments to have their own fully-equipped kitchen, defined living and dining spaces, washing facilities; and access to free wi-fi. Linens and weekly cleaning comes as standard. In many cases, there will also be allocated parking.

'Choice' really is the keyword here – you choose accommodation in Hanoi that offers what you want.  For example, some business travellers prefer a quieter apartment away from the city centre, while others want a central location that might be close to the office. Unlike hotels in Hanoi, the choice of serviced apartments here offers the corporate traveller far more flexibility in terms of location and property type.

Where Is Hanoi?

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and the country’s second largest city. It’s located in the north of the country, around 90 miles west of the South China Sea coastline. 

The country’s largest city is Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, where nine million people are resident in the city’s metropolitan area. This city is located 717 miles south of Hanoi, but the journey might be closer to 1000 miles if you go overland and remain within Vietnam’s borders, as the straight-line journey takes you over much of the country of Laos. Thanh Hoa, Vietnam’s third largest city, is 85 miles south of Hanoi. 

Hanoi’s transformation into a thriving and modern economy has been accompanied by a surge in building, without the new construction overshadowing the city’s rich historical charm. The skyline boasts a fusion of contemporary skyscrapers and classic architecture. As Vietnam’s capital and second-largest city, Hanoi’s growth has not diluted its cultural identity; rather, it has blended the old and new into a unique urban tapestry.

The official language here is Vietnamese, but English is perhaps the country’s second language. Many people within the larger cities speak more than acceptable English. 

The country’s currency is the dong. Some establishments in the larger cities also accept the US dollar. 

It is possible to fly to Hanoi from a number of European and Asian cities. 

Business and Economy

Vietnam’s national economy grew rapidly in the late 2010s, allowing the country to claim a place in the list of the 50 largest global economies. Historically, it might have been a communist state, but the country has now wholeheartedly embraced the concept of a market economy. Hanoi contributes around one-sixth of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product.  

Principal industries in Hanoi include the manufacturing of metal and textiles, technology, agriculture, retail and wholesale, and tourism. Business process outsourcing, retail banking, and renewable energy are also recognised as sectors which have great growth potential in the city. 

Well-known employers with a presence in Hanoi include HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, Unilever, Deloitte, KPMG, Samsung, and SAP. 

Things To Do

Hanoi's famous Old Quarter has small streets with unique shops, diverse markets, and delicious street food. This area also houses the beautiful Bach Ma Temple, which dates from the eleventh century. Older still is the sixth-century pagoda of the Tran Quoc Temple, located on an island in West Lake. 

For a great view of the Old Quarter and the rest of the city, take the lift to the viewing platform on the 65th floor of the Lotte Tower. 

If you’re interested in Vietnam’s history, do take time to visit the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology and learn about the country’s diverse ethnic groups and cultural heritage. Hanoi also has a thriving arts scene and interesting contemporary art galleries, such as the Manzi Art Space and the Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts.

Or for a unique cultural experience, watch a traditional water puppet show at the Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre next to the Hoan Kiem Lake, a fascinating art form that dates back to the 11th century.

The Temple of Literature complex showcases some of the country’s finest architecture. Here you’ll find old temples and shrines, pavilions and courtyards, amazing gardens, relaxing water features and outdoor pools.

Some of the other fine historical buildings in the city include the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum – the resting place of the former President of that name – and St Joseph’s Cathedral. 

Hanoi is home to some unique local delicacies, and you shouldn’t leave without trying an egg coffee or a banh mi sandwich. Restaurants in Hanoi serve mouth-watering local food, as well as excellent international fare, including French and North Indian cuisine. Of course, choosing to stay in a serviced apartment in Hanoi also allows you to cook at home.

Selecting a place to stay with Situ unveils a world of possibilities, allowing the discerning traveller to curate their stay in a way that is precisely tailored to everything needed during a business trip. Whether you opt for a tranquil retreat, or work best in the bustling city centre, your serviced accommodation in Hanoi will allow you to make the most of your working as well as leisure time in this vibrant city.

Whatever you choose to do here, staying in a serviced apartment in Hanoi will give you a private, secure, and serene place in which to work as well as to re-charge.


By Air

Noi Bai International Airport is around 15 miles north of Hanoi city centre. You can fly to here from Paris and Moscow, and from Dubai and Doha in the Middle East. However, most of the cities with direct flights to Noi Bai are in East Asia, such as Tokyo, Seoul, and Singapore. The airport also serves a number of internal destinations, including Ho Chi Minh City and Thanh Hoa.

By Rail

Vietnam has an extensive inter-city passenger rail network, with mostly air-conditioned sleeper trains travelling up and down the country.
There are typically six departures a day from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, via Dong Hoi, Hue, and Danang, with the journey taking around thirty-three hours. Advance reservations are usually required on this service. Meals can be ordered for delivery to your compartment.

Several overnight trains leave Hanoi each day for the eight-hour trip to Lao Cai in the north-west of the country. There are also a few departures each day for Haiphong, with the journey taking two-and-a-half hours. Trains on this route leave from both Main Station and Long Bien Station in Hanoi, and the two terminals are connected by the famous Train Street, where trains travel along a narrow city street.
Another fantastic scenic route is the journey from Hanoi’s Yen Vien station to the stunning coastal resort of Halong Bay. There’s typically one departure per day, taking eight hours.
Finally, you don’t need to stay within Vietnam when taking a train either, provided you have the right visa to cross the border. On two days each week, Hanoi has direct connections for the 36-hour journey to Beijing in China. On other days, you can get to Beijing by changing at Nanning.

By Bus

Hanoi has no city metro or subway rail system, but there is an extensive bus network of more than 100 routes serving the city and surrounding areas. There are two routes connecting the city to Noi Bai Airport and you can also get a bus to areas such as the Old Quarter and the main railway stations.

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