Within the same complex as the Keangnam Landmark Tower 72, there are two shorter residential towers: the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Tower 1 and the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Tower 2.
Having fewer levels than the complex’s main tower, both the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Tower 1 & 2 have 49 floors, all of which feature luxury apartments.
Standing tall over Hanoi, the Keangnam Residences are both a part of the Landmark 72 complex.
The complex features a trio of towers, located in Hanoi’s South Liem District on the Pham Hung Boulevard, with the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers providing its residences with a balanced mix of opulence and comfort.
Here are some quick stats:
- Developer: Keangnam Enterprises, Ltd.
- Construction: 2008-2011
- Opened: October 2011
- Height: 696 feet
- Observatory: None
- Floors: 49
- Floor Area: N/A
- Features: Private residences
The two building’s designs use glass and reinforced concrete to complete the structures. The unique triangle shape gives these buildings curved sides, while the oversized windows provide every resident with an incredible view of Hanoi.
There are 922 suites in each tower with varying levels of premier features. While every apartment has an intelligent design, the upper floors of the buildings are reserved for penthouses.
The building’s management system uses the latest technology which includes backup power, high-speed lifts, fire alarms, and security as well as full-service to the apartments to ensure they are maintained.
Unlike the Landmark 72 main tower, there is not an observation deck included in the design of the residential towers. All floors are private and the upper levels are often residences for Vietnam’s upper-class families. Due to this, access to these buildings is limited to protect the residents.
While both the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers 1 & 2 may not have a public observation deck, visitors to the complex can explore the view from the top of the Landmark 72 tower instead.
Located within the same area as the Landmark 72 skyscraper, residents don’t have to travel far to get an amazing view of the city. Though, it’s safe to assume that the view from the private residences is breathtaking too.
What to Do
Within the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers and complex, there is a mix of public and private services available to all residents. Highlights in the buildings include an outdoor swimming pool, gym, garden, tennis court, and playground.
The swimming pool and gym are for residents to use, while the rest of the facilities have more public access.
Shop Near Home
Being that both of the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers are for, as the name suggests, residences, those living within the buildings won’t have to travel far for a little retail therapy.
At the base of the three towers is a podium, which connects the buildings together. Inside the podium, there is a shopping mall that provides entertainment for guests and includes luxury brands, restaurants, and a cinema.
Some parts of the shopping mall are still under construction, though the majority of the complex has been completed.
The central location to downtown Hanoi means that visitors can also explore nearby shopping areas as well. There are plenty of options in Hanoi for visitors who are on the hunt for souvenirs.
Luxury in the Clouds
The Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers were designed to serve residents in Hanoi. The architects made sure that anyone investing in the building would be provided with elite homes and top-notch services.
With 922 suites in each of the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers, the buildings can accommodate a few thousand residents. The floor layouts within the towers vary in size from 1,000 sq ft studios to 4,600 sq ft penthouses. Several different layout designs guarantee that residents can pick a home that they will love.
Although most visitors will choose to stay at the InterContinental Hotel (affiliate link) in the Landmark 72 skyscraper, guests can book a day at either of the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers, if desired. Plenty of owners will lease their homes on a short-term or per night basis.
While the residences at the towers are full-service, unfortunately, that doesn’t include all the amenities of a hotel, though, management would be happy to assist guests to the best of their ability.
With a more independent setup, the apartments are an excellent choice for travelers who want to have a full kitchen during their stay.
Being residential buildings, there is not a hotel inside of the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers. Owners of apartments may rent their homes for short-staying guests, however, those who want to stay in a hotel should look at the complex’s 5-star hotel.
Next door to the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Tower 1 & 2 is the Landmark 72 skyscraper. On the upper floors of Landmark 72, there is an InterContinental luxury hotel.
This is the closest hotel to the residential towers, and because the buildings are within the same complex, they share many of the same public amenities and services.
Restaurants and Bars
Similar to the hotel and shops, all of the restaurants and bars are located within the greater complex. The Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers do not have their own restaurant, so instead, residents can walk to other areas in the complex to grab a bite to eat.
The shopping mall in the podium at the base of the towers has several eating establishments. These restaurants range from casual to fast-food chains, with many of the establishments offering in-house dining options great for lunch or dinner.
The Landmark 72 skyscraper also has several restaurants and bars that are within the InterContinental Hotel. On the 62nd floor, there are 5 eating establishments.
The Hive Lounge, Stellar Steakhouse, Stellar Teppanyaki, and Q Bar are all places that are full restaurants with a bar. Focused mainly on dining, the 3 Spoons is the hotel’s last restaurant, which is open all day.
See for Yourself
As a part of Hanoi’s newest and tallest skyscraper, the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Tower 1 & 2 have both become popular tourist destinations in the city. Fueled by international travelers, the buildings also serve Vietnam’s most elite families.
With everything you need for a luxury stay or life, the Keangnam Hanoi Residential Towers are one of Hanoi’s best-rated destinations that can’t be missed.
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