The glamorous Bensley-designed hotel will open in Q4 2020 and relives the exuberant lifestyle that shaped the opera scene of the 1920’s.
Opening in December 2020, Capella Hanoi is a 47-bedroom boutique hotel designed by Bill Bensley, the illustrious architect behind Capella Ubud, Bali, the No. 1 Hotel in the World in 2020.1 A celebration of Opera, Capella Hanoi was conceptualised to be a Petite Auberge during the halcyon days of opera. Just mere steps away from the iconic Hanoi Opera House, this coveted palace of revelry is, what could have been, the rendezvous spot for opera’s greatest artists, singers, composers, stage and costume designers after the final curtain call.
Each suite within the spellbinding property is individually designed to reveal tales of the mischievous opera society – told through over a thousand pieces of operatic memorabilia and custom portraiture art by prolific artist Kate Spencer. Guests can expect to find a curation of set designs, opera costumes and vintage tableware decorating the hotel, including its signature restaurant, Backstage, as well as the sophisticated art-décor salon, Diva’s Lounge.
Located in a tranquil neighbourhood in Hanoi’s prestigious Hoàn Kiếm quarter, Capella Hanoi has been developed by one of Vietnam’s most renowned real estate investors, Sun Hospitality Group. For Capella Hotels and Resorts, choosing Hanoi was a strategic decision as the destination’s centuries-old architecture, fascinating history and distinct cuisine are very much aligned to the group’s visionary curation of culture and experience.
Capella Hanoi is a stone’s throw away from some of the most impressive historic landmarks including “Temple of the Jade Mound” and the French Quarter, with the Hanoi Opera House in its centre. Celebrating the hotel’s privileged location and its community are our Capella Culturist who will orchestrate a unique Capella Curates programme that offers a glimpse into the soul of Hanoi.
For more information about Capella Hotels and Resorts, please visit www.capellahotels.com