Accor opens MGallery Hotel de la Coupole

Amy Horsfield Amy Horsfield Uploaded 14 December 2018


Vietnam: The MGallery Hotel de la Coupole has opened in Vietnam.

Designed by the luxury resort designer Bill Bensley, the hotel has views of Sapa Valley and rice paddy fields.

The hotel features 249 modern rooms and suites with six room types that overlook the Sapa valley.

Patrick Basset, chief operating officer for AccorHotels Upper south-east and north-east Asia, said: "This year marks the 27th anniversary celebration of AccorHotels' presence in Vietnamand the launch of Hotel de la Coupole, an ideal hideaway with design and style inspired by the French Indochine era of the 1920s and 1930s, is our latest addition in the luxury and upscale segment. Our first MGallery hotel in Vietnam opened in 2009 and this new opening adds to our existing portfolio of six MGallery properties in Vietnam, which signifies our continuous growth in the country."

The hotel features a restaurant, a bar and a patisserie.

Leisure facilities include a heated pool named Le Grand Bassin, fitness centre, Nuages Spa and Bobbins kids club.

As the only international luxury hotel in Sapa, the resort offers a 435 sqm ballroom that can host up to 570 guests in theatre style, four meeting rooms and two board rooms for small meetings and conferences.

Jean-Pierre Joncas, general manager of MGallery Hotel de la Coupole, said: "I am excited to launch the first international luxury hotel in Sapa that fuses high-fashion glamour with colourful hill tribe style. Renowned for its picturesque beauty, Sapa is famous for its fine rugged scenery and rich cultural diversity. Guests staying at the hotel can bask in the picturesque Fansipan mountain with a ride up the Fansipan cable car which offers enthralling sceneries of Muong Hoa Valley and the Hoang Lien Son Mountain range."

Located near several tourist attractions, the hotel offers direct access to Fansipan cable car station.


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