Fraser Suites Hanoi celebrates 10 years of hospitality, friendship

Monday, Dec 09, 2019 16:31

Tan Weiming, Singapore’s Deputy Ambassador to Viet Nam (third from left), leaders, friends, guests and partners of Fraser Suites Hanoi celebrate the anniversary. — Photo courtesy of Fraser Suites Hospitality
Viet Nam’s leading serviced apartment provider has continued to enjoy steady occupancy rates as tourism industry boasts strong growth as Fraser Hospitality, a member of the Fraser Property Group, celebrated the 10th anniversary of Fraser Suites Hanoi on Saturday.

To mark the occasion, guests, corporate clients, business partners and staff came together to enjoy a celebratory evening of friendships built over a decade. The epitome of modern city living within a tranquil enclave, Fraser Suites Hanoi has grown to become a well-known and loved brand by travellers to Viet Nam’s leading luxury serviced apartments.

Ao dai performance at the anniversary.

With efforts made to develop the country’s tourism sector over the years and upward projections for international tourist arrivals, Fraser Suites Hanoi is poised to become the first-choice serviced apartment service for visitors to the capital city.

Since its opening in 2009, Fraser Suites Hanoi has won several prestigious regional and global awards, including the recent Viet Nam’s Leading Serviced Apartments 2019 at the World Travel Awards, and Luxury Brand 2019 by the World Luxury Hotel Awards.

A performance by the staff of Fraser Suites Hanoi.

Located in Tay Ho District, within the Syrena Tower and directly linked to the Syrena Shopping Centre, Fraser Suites Hanoi is well positioned next to key commercial buildings and ideal for those seeking to explore Ha Noi’s Old Quarters.

The winner of the grand lucky draw prize walked away with a pair of return flight tickets from Hanoi to Singapore, sponsored by Singapore Airlines, and a complimentary 3D2N stay at Fraser Residence Orchard, Singapore.

Luxuriously-furnished serviced apartments are complemented by a wide range of leisure and business facilities to meet the different needs of travellers. — VNS

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