Hanoi’s New Social Venue
Fraser Suites Hanoi, the award-winning serviced residence in the heart of Vietnam’s vibrant capital city, has announced the opening of a spectacular restaurant and Hanoi’s new social venue which showcases the timeless art of Japanese cuisine, culture and breathtaking views of Hanoi’s West Lake.
Designed by Philip Pond, the award-winning international architect and founder of hospitality specialist Atelier Pond, Mizumi is three chic destinations in one. On the 13th floor, diners can discover a contemporary restaurant, Teppanyaki Room and Omakase Bar. Rising to the 14th floor, guests will find the Sky Lounge and an al fresco event space, next to the sparkling swimming pool. Finally on the 15th floor, KUMO can host chic cocktail parties and private dinners, overlooking the city.
“We are very excited to unveil Mizumi, our breathtaking new Japanese restaurant, rooftop lounge and event space. At Fraser Suites Hanoi, we always strive to raise the bar for hospitality. Following the opening of our new tower late last year, with our trademark Gold Standard accommodation and exceptional leisure facilities, this outstanding new three-level dining destination will further elevate our positioning as the city’s leading place to stay, dine and unwind. We look forward to introducing all guests and local residents to this exciting new era of Japanese dining and socialising in the heart of West Lake,” said Tonya Khong, Senior Vice President, Head of Asia Pacific, Frasers Hospitality.
Mizumi’s main restaurant and terrace is an authentic izakaya that embodies the elegance of Japanese cuisine. With a focus on natural textures and rustic modernity, blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors, diners can discover a mouthwatering menu of creative, handcrafted dishes. In harmony with its lake views, the design concept is based on the power and symbolism of water. Guests will be immersed in an elegant ambience, surrounded by exquisite Japanese kintsugi art and pottery.
For a dramatic dining experience, the Teppanyaki Room features two traditional tables, with seats for up to 16 people, who will be thrilled by the chef’s theatrical performances. Exclusive Japanese wagyu cabinets and a refined wine list will elevate every occasion. Alternatively, the casual Omakase Bar will allow guests to see highly-skilled sushi chefs expertly slice the freshest seafood, accompanied by a signature sake selection.
Mizumi Sky Lounge is set to become one of the city’s hottest new nightspots. Inspired by the Japanese concept of karesansui, also known as a contemplation garden, this chic al fresco space lets guests unwind in style by the pool as DJs spin upbeat tunes and mixologists blend cool drinks. Eight signature cocktails have been crafted especially for this venue, based on the Seven Japanese Aesthetic Principles that are designed to stimulate the senses and alter perceptions. This contemporary setting will also serve as a viewing platform, overlooking West Lake and the Hanoi skyline. For intimate occasions, the Sunken Lounge allows groups of between five and 10 revellers to chill out together in comfort.
Event planners seeking a sensational setting for a special occasion can head to KUMO, a sophisticated 15th floor rooftop space, with a blend of comfy sofas, intimate tables and social dining areas. KUMO means cloud in Japanese and this elevated venue is a truly stunning setting for private dinners, high above the city streets and featuring a delectable menu of Japanese cuisine.
The launch of Mizumi marks the culmination of Fraser Suites Hanoi’s dramatic recent transformation. In late 2021, this five-star serviced residence announced the opening of a new apartment tower, which caters to both the extended and short stay market, and is complemented by a resort-style rooftop pool and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. Mizumi crowns the new tower, creating a spectacular new lifestyle venue for urbanites and international travellers alike.
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Source: Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd.