Hotel in Hanoi by architect ‘witch’ Bensley on American newspaper

HANOI – Capella Hanoi recreates a boutique hotel in the heyday of opera art, recommended by Time magazine.

Capella Hanoi is located on Le Phung Hieu Street, a few steps from the Opera House. This is a work honoring the art of opera, recreating a boutique hotel in the heyday of opera and chamber symphony art. The hotel was designed by world-renowned architect Bill Bensley, the father of Capella Ubub in Bali, who won the title “World No. 1 Hotel 2020” voted by Travel and Leisure magazine. This is also the first hotel in Hanoi of this talented architect, after the chain of resorts in Da Nang, Sa Pa, and Phu Quoc.

Time magazine (USA) suggested this place as a place to visit when coming to Hanoi. The hotel’s classic character provides a balance to the fast-changing Hanoi over the years. Capella is like a palace of luxury entertainment, in the spirit of being an ideal rendezvous of the last century for the artists, composers, stage and costume designers of opera art to come after each performance. when the stage was closed.

The hotel has a total of 47 rooms with areas ranging from 35 m2 to 194 m2 and all have balconies. Each room in the hotel reveals the legendary stories of the world of opera artists through architectural details, décor and stage costumes, and custom portrait art from the artist. talented artist Kate Spencer.

You will be impressed by the costumes of the opera artists, the unique classic tableware decorated in the hotel. The exquisitely decorated, artful salon is called Diva’s Lounge. At Diva’s Lounge bar, guests enjoy sophisticated cocktails, bearing the imprint and stories of world-famous female divas in the 20s.

The next highlight is a luxurious restaurant called Backstage with red velvet details like real theaters. The decorations here are chests, costumes, antiques, furniture reminiscent of a lavish space where artists gather, apply makeup and relax, prepare for their explosive performances in the golden age of opera art.

The works inside the hotel are influenced by Art Deco architecture. The indoor swimming pool is designed like a paradise for opera singers’ voices to rest after performances.

Auriga Spa is a place for tourists to relax and soothe the senses. Here, guests experience a blend of modern spa techniques with natural ingredients, combined with an assessment of the impact of the lunar cycle on the visitor’s health to provide a relaxing and effective treatment. .

A night stay here costs from about 6.5 million. The property features a 24-hour front desk, room service and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can read newspapers and use fax machines, photocopiers… at the hotel. Follow vnexpress/

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