Accor, the largest international hotel operator in Vietnam, announced today the opening of Mercure Hue Gerbera. The hotel is now open and welcoming visitors from all over the world to the former imperial capital of Hue.
“The Mercure brand is well-known for its comfort and uniqueness, with the hotel design and personality in harmony with the destination. Hue is a strategic tourist draw card and has been in need of quality mid-scale international hotels to accommodate its increasing visitor arrivals for some time. The launch of Mercure Hue Gerbera in this city is a strategic move for Accor in strengthening its presence and commitment to the city and to Vietnam,” says Mr. Patrick Basset, Accor’s Vice President for Vietnam, Philippines, South Korea and Japan.
Mercure Hue Gerbera is a 110-room contemporary newly built hotel, located conveniently in the centre of the city on Le Loi Street, adjacent the Hue ferry terminal. With a superb setting by the river, the hotel provides panoramic views of the city, the picturesque Perfume River and Trang Tien Bridge from guest rooms, and an especially stunning view at night from the Sky Bar, the hotel’s lounge bar on the roof top.
All of the hotel’s 110 rooms are designed to reflect the identity and heritage of Hue while embracing the contemporary style of Mercure. Each room is equipped with premium in-room amenities, en suite bath and shower, satellite TV and internet access. The hotel also has an outdoor swimming pool and fitness centre.
Le Bordeaux restaurant offers set menus and a la carte cuisine comprising of international and local Hue delicacies for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with an al fresco terrace area extending to the poolside.
Offering two conference/meeting rooms, the hotel can host up to 500 guests for conferences, weddings and events in the banqueting facilities.
A one hour flight from Hanoi, Hue is famous for its historic monuments as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites and a renowned destination with a long history traced back to the 18th century, as the nation’s former capital under Emperor Gia Long. The cities main attractions include the Royal Tombs of past emperors, Thien Mu Pagoda – the largest pagoda in Hue and the official symbol of the city, Citadel and the Forbidden City, where reconstruction efforts to restore this ancient city continue.
Mercure Hue Gerbera is third Mercure hotel for the brand in Vietnam, following Mercure Hanoi La Gare and Mercure Dalat.